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Peach grumble


Grumble is not a mistype for Crumble. A grumble is my humble invention to create a new dish based on something similar. As you may know by now, I hate substitutions, so instead of calling my grumble "healthy-delicious-vegan-friendly-wheat-free-crumble-yay", you can understand I had to make something up. On the plus side, the grumble being an entitiy of its own now, can grow and develop into a healthy adult, trying and testing life's lemons, and adapt to all the fruits that come its way. So think strawberry or multi-berry grumble, with all the nuts thrown at it (life experence) and hey, why not mute into a savory version: the leek and hazelnut grumble? 

I'm excited. The gates of grumble have now opened. Enjoy.

PS: Watch the video recipe of this peach grumble on my IGTV! 

Super easy
Make in 8 minutes, bake in 20.
Serves 2 greedy people for dessert, 2 hungry chewers for a hearty snack or 3 polite people at the table for dessert. 

Preheat your oven at 180 degrees C.

In a mixing bowl, mix together the granola, chocolate chunks, lemon zest and 2 tablespoons of the olive oil or ghee.

Lightly oil the bottom of an ovenproof dish with the remaining olive oil.
Place the peach halves cut side up in the dish.
Fill the peaches generously with the granola filling, extra filling is always welcome.

Bake the peach grumble for 20 minutes. 

Enjoy warm!

2 Peaches, ripe, sliced in halves, pit removed
3/4 Cup granola, use your favorite plain or fruity/nutty and lightly sweetened (with maple syrup or so)
3 Tbsp mild extra-virgin olive oil / ghee optional
1/2 - 3/4 Cup dark chocolate at 70%, roughly chopped
The zest of 1/2 or 1 lemon

recipe tip: 
You can use the stone fruits of your choice, from apricots to nectarines or even plums, simply making sure they are at peak season, juice and fragrant!
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