Tropical Fruit Crumble Recipe
Healthy group dessert
Tropical Fruit Crumble is essentially a fancy and more elaborate version of oatmeal that is easy to share and great for feeding a big group. All you have to do to make this dessert is:
- Boil Water
- Soak dried tropical fruit
- Add oats and dry seasoning
- Cook on low for 5 minutes
- Top with granola and serve to hungry friends
The best gear for cooking
We used a Sea to Summit X-Pot on a JetBoil Base Camp Half Gen Stove. The X-Pot folds small to fit in a pack, but expands to a large sturdy bowl that works perfect for executing this recipe. The lid on the X-Pot brings the water to a boil faster so you’re not wasting precious fuel. The Half Gen’s temperature control allowed us to boil and simmer, plus it is durable enough to support the weight of the full X-Pot.
Backcountry fruit crumble featuring dehydrated tropical fruit, coconut, oats and granola. Easy to make, one pot meal.
- 1 cup Dehydrated Apricots chopped
- 1 cup Dehydrated Mangoes chopped
- 24 oz Water purified
- 4 cups Old Fashioned Oats
- 1/2 cup Unsweeted Coconut Flakes
- 1/2 cup Powdered Chai Latte Mix
- 1 tbsp Cinnamon
- 2 cup Granola
Using one medium size pot, bring water to a boil, then turn stove down to medium heat.
Add dehydrated fruit, and let cook for 3 minutes, stirring occasionally
Pour in powdered Chai latte, cinnamon, oats and unsweetened coconut. To save pack space measure out ingredients at home and store in one container. Stir occasionally and let cook for 4 minutes.
When oats are fully cooked, turn burner off. Top with granola and serve in cooking pot.