Boozy Apricots in Amaretto

Delicious marinated apricots with a hint of almond liqueur. Perfect on their own, or as a dessert with cream.

Tasty Tips

Makes the season special

Lay the apricots on an apple tart or cut them up and mix them into the apple, use the juice to pour over the tart.

Serve with with a cheese board



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Apricots and almond Amaretto.

Alliteration never tasted so good.

Christmas is a time of indulgence, so it's perfectly acceptable to just grab a spoon and eat these on their own.

Alternatively, use them in tarts, with cheese, or as a simple dessert with ice-cream or yoghurt.

Apricots [Sulphites] (38%), Sugar, Amaretto (6%) [Amaretto, Colour E150a: Caramel], Lemon Juice Concentrate.
Suitable for vegetarians.

Allergy advice: For allergens including cereals containing gluten, see ingredients in bold.

Prepared in premises where mustard, egg, milk, soya and gluten are also used.

Other Warnings

May contain fruit stones.

Nutritional Information Typical Values per 100g

Energy (kJ) 751
Energy (kcal) 177
Fat (g) 0.2
of which saturates (g) 0
Carbohydrate (g) 47
of which Sugars (g) 43
Protein (g) 1.2
Salt (g) 0.01

Refrigerate after opening and consume within 5 days.

290g ℮

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Time:50 mins

Apple and Apricot Crumble

Preheat your oven to 200⁰C, gas mark 6. Core your apples and cut them into quarters. Place the apples in a pan and add the tablespoon of water or apple juice. The the apples are a little sharp sprinkle some sugar over them to taste. Cook for about 5 minutes or until the apples begin to soften. While your apples are cooking blend the flour and butter together in a food processer for a few seconds. Stir the oats and sugar into the flour and butter mixture. Place the apples in a shallow ovenproof dish and layer with the apricots. Place an even layer of the crumble mixture over the apple and apricots and cook in the oven for 30 minutes or until golden.

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