Experimental apple crumble recipe
Can you put Jack Daniel's in an apple crumble?
If you saw my unbagging/unboxing/unpacking video you will have seen that I bought a bottle of Jack Daniel's Tennessee Fire, their cinnamon liqueur. And it's dire. I don't like it at all. Neat or with Coke, it's way too much. So in a bid to not waste it, I wanted to see what I could do with it. And what better way of doing that than in a crumble? Probably?
Watch how I did it here, or scroll to the bottom for the video.
- 5 large cooking apples
- 250ml Jack Daniel's Tennessee Fire
- 330ml Coke
- Ground nutmeg
- Granulated sugar
- Crumble mix
- Mixed dried fruit (if you so wish)
- Ice cream (or other creamy accompaniment)
Prep Part 1
- Peel and slice the apples.
- Whack them into the slow cooker and mix in with some sugar, nutmeg and the JD and Coke.
- Add in dried fruit as well.
Cooking Part 1
- Cook away on high for 6 hours until you have a soft blend of stewed apples. Enjoy the smell.
Prep Part 2
- Dish the apples out into a baking tray and top with crumble mix. Top with more sugar if you want.
Cooking Part 2
- Bake in a 220ºC oven for about 40 mins? Until the crumble bit goes golden.
- Put in a bowl. This way, you can pair with ice cream, custard, cream... or whatever else you'd put on a crumble.
Frankly I'm surprised this worked...
I made it up as I went along (which is concerning).