I don’t have much of a sweet tooth and you can probably tell that by the dearth of dessert recipes on here. I do appreciate a good pud though and when I have them, it tends to be something like this.
To be fair, I guess you could eat this for breakfast too, but as I mentioned previously, mornings are not my natural environment and the likelihood of knocking this out on a weekday morning is about the same as Miley Cyrus turning out to be a Mormon.
I liked this though – it’s a nice balance of smooth tangy yoghurt and mango, super-sweet maple syrup, and crunchy oat crumble.
It was only after putting it all together, in a nice pot, that I realised what I’d done. It’s a bloody Muller® Crumble Corner.
So, 0/10 for originality, but this is hand-made and uses fresh fruit so take that Muller.
- 1 Mango, peeled, stoned and cubed.
- About 6 heaped tbsp of plain yoghurt (3 in each)
- Maple syrup
For the crumble:
- 20g Rolled oats
- 50g Plain flour
- 1/4 tsp cinnamon
- 20g Sugar (or to taste)
- 40g Butter
Mix all the dry crumble ingredients into a bowl and then rub in the butter to make a crumble.
Lay it out on a baking tray. Bake on a high heat in the oven for about 10-15 minutes, but being careful not to burn it.
Set aside to cool
Add the mango pieces and yoghurt to a pot, and swirl in some maple syrup.
Sprinkle over the crumble topping and tuck in.