Sbricciolata di Mele e Lamponi al Disaronno
(Apple and Raspberry Crumble Pie with Disaronno)

Suitable for Freezing

Step 1


Shortcrust Pastry

3 Bramley Apples

150g Raspberries

250g Plain Flour

150g Caster Sugar

50g Light Brown Sugar

120g Butter

40g Rolled Oats

Flaked Almonds



Pasta Frolla

3 Mele Bramley

150g Lamponi

250g Farina

150g Zucchero Semolato

50g Zucchero di Canna

120g Burro

40g Fiocchi d'Avena

Fiocchi diMandorle Tostate


È ora di cucinare

  • It's up to you whether you want to make your own shortcrust pastry or buy ready made. Cover a loose bottomed pie tin with your chosen pastry and blind bake until lightly golden. Set to one side to cool.

  • Peel 2 of the Bramley apples and dice into small chunks. In a saucepan on medium heat cook the raspberries and apples with 80g of the caster sugar. When the fruit begins to soften add a splash of Disaronno.

Step 2

  • Allow the fruit mixture to cool

  • Peel the remaining Bramley apple and cut it into thin chunks as shown.

  • Pour the mix into the partly baked pie and scatter the fresh apple on top.

  • Use a spoon and gently mix the fresh apple into the cooked fruit. Take care not to puncture the pie crust

Step 2

  • Sift the flour into a bowl.

  • Add the remaining sugars and rolled oats

  • Use your hands to knead the butter into the mix work it well until the mixture becomes crumbly

  • Layer the fruit with the crumble mixture. Press down around the edges as this will help prevent the fruit spilling out in the oven

  • Sprinkle the top with some flaked almonds, brown sugar and dot some butter around.

  • Bake in a preheated oven at 180°C for 30-35 minutes

È Pronto!

I consigli di Melissa

  • Follow my crema pasticcera recipe for a delicious lemon custard to serve with your sbricciolata.

  • If you don't like apples or raspberries why not experiment and try different fruits.

  • The pastry base makes the sbricciolata easy to cut into slices but you could always leave out the pastry and make a simple crumble with it instead

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