• Crumble:
  • 75g butter, diced
  • ½ cup flour
  • ¼ cup thread coconut
  • ¼ cup rolled oats
  • ½ cup brown sugar

  • Fruit Base:
  • 12 ripe feijoas, peeled and sliced
  • 2 apples, peeled and sliced
  • 1 tsp Gregg's Ground Cinnamon
  • ½ cup Cottee's Maple Flavoured Syrup
  1. Preheat the oven to 180°C.
  2. To make the crumble place all ingredients into a food processor. Blend or pulse until combined.
  3. Mix together feijoas, apples, Gregg's Ground Cinnamon and Cottee's Maple Flavoured Syrup. Transfer to a soufflé or baking dish.
  4. Top with the crumble mixture. Bake for 35-40 minutes, until fruit is cooked and crumble crisp and golden.

Top Tips

  • Double the crumble mix and then freeze the leftovers. Great to have on hand for a speedy dessert.
  • Replace maple syrup with ¼ cup of sugar if wished.

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24 Ratings

Reviews (24)

katrina lambert's Review | Rating

my friend donna makes this for her big family its yummy my daughter gave up apple pie cream and custard one night to have this pudding i was tempted to try it myself looked good smelt great

Andrea Kerr's Review | Rating

Yummy! Mum used to make a variation on this when we were kids, this one wasn't quite as good as hers (of course) but pretty close! I would mash the apple and feijoa together rather than having them sliced, but other than that, very very good.

Laura McPherson's Review | Rating

Very easy to make and tasted great although I had to double the crumble quantities to cover all the fruit (but more topping is never a bad thing)

tracey ann herbert's Review | Rating

man i just made one myself and my family loves it yummy.

Katie Cameron's Review | Rating

This is amazing! I tried a different recipe a few weeks ago and this one was much nicer!! the coconut is great in there. I actually used tinned peaches instead and it was beautiful!

Lynette Chesley's Review | Rating

Loved this, my mum made me her version of this but I thought this was much better the coconut gives it a nice texture. I use the crumble mixtures on various combo's of fruit crumbles yummy.

rachael houston's Review | Rating

Love love love this recipe, super easy and incredibly delicious!!!

Ruby's Review | Rating

I leave out the flour and use almond meal/flour. and like others doubled the crumble ingredients. The almond meal gives a better flavour. I didn't use maple syrup flavour either but coconut sugar. It's not as sweet. In another recipe I used quinces & apple. That was so yum

Pam's Review | Rating

This recipe does not state the amount of Feijoas needed?

Reply from The Food in a Minute team

Hi Pam,

Our apologies, thanks for picking this up! We've updated the recipe - you'll need 12 feijoas for this recipe :)

Thank you
The Food in a Minute team

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Samantha's Review | Rating

This is a fab recipe! I made it last night for friends and it was devoured! So quick and easy too! Delicious with french vanilla ice cream!

Pam's Review | Rating

Can this be made with just Feijoas?

Reply from The Food in a Minute team

Hi Pam,

Yes you sure can! To make this crumble with just feijoas you will need 15-20 feijioas :)

Thank you
The Food in a Minute team

maureen's Review | Rating

I used 1/4 cup sugar instead of maple syrup and it was delicious.

Lorraine Patricia's Review | Rating

really delicious just what we needed in this damp weather

Christine's Review | Rating

Loved it! And so did the family! I used sugar instead of the maple syrup and doubled the recipe. Yummo!

kate Ellenbroek's Review | Rating

It's very yum, and nice and easy.

Natalie Phillips's Review | Rating

Had no apples - used feijoa said only - didn't have rolled oats either used 1 weetbix instead.

Jess's Review | Rating

Delish! I had peeled and frozen some feijoas so were perfect in this recipe.

Shirleyanne's Review | Rating

Feijoa & Apple Crumble made this tonight it is absolutely DEVINE AAA+++ & so easy

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Karena's Review | Rating

I can't use coconut. Do I substitute something else it or just leave it out?

Reply from The Food in a Minute team

Hi Karena, you can omit the coconut and add and extra 1/4 cup rolled oats instead :) Hope this helps! Enjoy! The Food in a Minute team

Sharon Moore's Review | Rating

Have made this twice now. Easy, tasty and great dessert for this time of year.
Freeze your excess feijoa pulp and make this anytime!

Gemma Williamson's Rating