What you'll need:
- One batch of banana bread, cinnamon rolls, cake, etc that didn't quite turn out as hoped
- 80-100g unsalted butter
- 4 baking apples
- 1 tbsp flour (of your choice)
- raisins or sultanas to taste
- 1 tsp ground cinnamon (optional)
What to do:
First I crumbled the decidedly un-fluffy cinnamon rolls onto a cookie sheet and lightly toasted their crumbled remains in the oven.
Let the toasted pieces cool for 5-10 minutes before combining them with 80-100g unsalted butter (depending on how dry your original baking disaster was...). If the oven is not already heated to 170C/350F, then start to preheat it now.
Next, knead the butter into the toasted crumbles until you have a firm cookie-dough-like consistency. Set aside for a moment.
For the apple filling, I followed a very similar recipe to what I did for my Almond Apple Berry Crumble. Roughly chop 3-4 cooking apples. Then mix the apple chunks and raisins (if desired) in a mixing bowl and toss lightly with 1 tablespoon of flour. If you'd like, also toss with 1 tsp ground cinnamon. I didn't do that with this batch, since I was already using the remains of cinnamon rolls!
Divide the apple filling evenly into the four ramekins, then press 1/4 of the dough mixture on top of the apple filling. The filled ramekins should look like this:
Pop into the oven for about 30 minutes, let cool for 5, and enjoy!