This crumble was so easy to make. Five minutes tops, minus the cooking time. All you do it cut up the fruit and place it right into the skillet. Mix up the topping in a small bowl, pile it on top of the fruit and then bake. You can even eat it right out of the skillet once cooked. I think I dirtied 3 dishes in the process.
This month I have teamed up with the folks over at DOLE to bring you a heart-healthy, heart-inspired recipe for American Heart Health month. It also just so happens to be Valentines Day this weekend, so if you're looking to make something healthy, delicious, and sweet (and in the shape of a heart!), this recipe is for you.
These little waffle sandwiches bring me back to my childhood. Each summer we would visit the CNE, and I would get a waffle sandwich. At that age, I thought they only existed at the CNE, which made it even more special. When I got a bit older, I tried to recreate them at home with frozen Eggo waffles, and surprise, it wasn't the same.