So my good friend and I went to the market over the weekend ( I LOVE the market!) and I picked up a bunch of rhubarb! I put a shot out on my facebook page for rhubarb ideas as well as scoured the internet for ideas!
I settled on 2 different things Rhubarb, Apple and Strawberry Crip and a Rhubarb, Apple and Strawberry chutney!
When I googled recipes for Crisps I was shocked at all the butter, sugar and oil etc.… I decided I needed to do a makeover.
To save time I cooked all the rhubarb (8 stalks) and apples (2)together, along with 1/3 cup sugar and a weeeeee bit of cinnamon (1/4 tsp).
I put about 1.5 cup of the apple/rhubarb mixture in a bread pan. Then I covered it with about 6 fresh strawberries sliced up!!
For the “crumble part” I used 1 cup of oats, 1/3 cup flour and 1/3 cup brown sugar. 1 tsp vanilla, 1 tbsp oil, 1 tbsp chia seed and some of the liquid from the apple rhubarb mixture.
Placed it on top of the fruit and baked at 350 for about 45 mins!
Mmmmm… it was drool worthy!
Especially with some vanilla soy ice cream
Do you have any good rhubarb recipes?
That looks fantastic!! I've only ever had rhubarb with strawberries in pie, so not any new ideas over here! ;)ReplyDelete
I love rhubarb!! I just saw some at the store... plan on cooking with it when I return from vacation!ReplyDelete
this looks great!
Wow, you always have such great recipes to share! This looks os yummy :)ReplyDelete
I like your lightened up version much better!ReplyDelete
Looks amazing! I hated rhubarb when I was a kid, but now I love it---my mom makes the best rhubarb pie, but this looks even better :)ReplyDelete
I was looking for a recipe like this all last summer. Thank-you! Now this summer I know where to look!ReplyDelete
I LOVE rhubarb. I wish it was used more.
This is so sweet and perfect and lovely! I've never cooked with rhubarb...not even sure if I've eaten it before. But I always love the look of it, especially the bright pink color it gives everything. Just beautiful!ReplyDelete
Yes - definitely droom worthy! I've never used rhubarb before - this looks great!ReplyDelete
Can't go wrong with crisps/crumbles! I made one last year with 2 tbsp or coconut oil to make it more 'crisp' like and it was seriously incredible!ReplyDelete
I just stumbled upon your blog last week and made this rhubarb recipe. It was fantastic so I blogged about it too and linked your blog. Thanks for sharing:) http://midwestgreenliving.blogspot.com/2012/06/rhubarb-apple-strawberry-crisp.htmlReplyDelete