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You Can Now Make Biscoff Apple Crumble

Hannah Van-de-Peer

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You Can Now Make Biscoff Apple Crumble

Featured Image Credit: TikTok/@sylvestersweenypt

You can now add Lotus Biscoff to an apple crumble, and frankly we're wondering how we didn't think of this earlier!

TikTok fitness guru and foodie, Sylvester Sweeney (@sylvestersweenypt) went viral for combining the signature sweet dessert with the indulgent snacks.

This bake makes for a perfect bitesize snack, and only contains four ingredients. Where do we sign up?

You can watch a video of how to make below:

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How Do You Bake The Biscoff Apple Crumble?

You only need four ingredients to make this recipe, which provides sweet relief for our bank accounts!

Here's a rundown of what you'll need - feel free to increase if you fancy making more batches:

  • Half an apple, roughly chopped
  • Cinnamon powder, to taste
  • Maple syrup, 1 tbsp or to taste
  • 2 lots of Lotus Biscoff (or as many as you like!)
Adding Biscoff instantly livens up any dessert. [Credit: Unsplash]
Adding Biscoff instantly livens up any dessert. [Credit: Unsplash]

Achieving this dish is super simple in four easy steps. Firstly, you need to cut half an apple, before chopping it up into smaller pieces. Sprinkle some cinnamon powder over your fruit portion and 'chuck it in the microwave for 45 seconds'.

After the apple is nice and heated up, squeeze some maple syrup over the chunks. Then - and this is the crucial step - crush a couple of Lotus Biscoff biscuits into a ramekin before assembling each part together.

Place it under the grill for around a minute or two - et voila!

Liven up your apple crumble with some syrup and Biscoff! [Credit: Unsplash]
Liven up your apple crumble with some syrup and Biscoff! [Credit: Unsplash]

The comment section was filled with impressed bakers, some even trying the recipe out for themselves. User Christine Bissett (@christinebissett381) said: "Made this, it was amazing".

"I'm so making this tonight," another commenter said.

Several users simply said, "omg". Same, huns. Same.

In other food news, last week, we showed you how to re-create TikTok's no-bake Biscoff cookie dough - aka the chocolatey dish with absolutely no heat required whatsoever. We just can't get enough of it!

Topics: Food and Drink

Hannah Van-de-Peer
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