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Apple Crumble-challenged

Makbed gave me this link for an Apple Crumble recipe. You might notice that whenever I do bake my 'specialty' is Apple Crumbelito. Why? Simply coz it's the easiest, least messiest and least confusing dessert recipe I've ever encountered. Seriously, some of my friends and family think it's hard, but it really is not. I am sure that if any of you were to take a look at how I do it, you'd be able to make your own personalised Apple Crumbelito in an instant.

But this apple crumble recipe is unique. It takes an additional step of cooking the apples together with the butter and cinnamon and sugar. Oooh... I can just imagine the richness! And the crumble, it looks more oaty than the 'bread-crumby' type that I always make. I sense an Apple Crumble challenge is afoot! So, since I'm feeling inspired, mm.. I wonder when I can hijack my mum's oven to bake this morsel? We'll see how my level of 'chiwi-ness' is when am in Hippo this weekend. :D

On to the recipe.. (Actually I'll just put the link here). Nyahahahaha!!!!


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