I spent quite a bit of my childhood cycling around all day with my bestie, scaling the sides of roads, banks, hills and ditches hunting for fruit trees (mainly apple trees but we also found the occasional pear and plum), I think it was more the thrill of finding the fruit, than eating it, which was the greatest appeal of the hunt. I use to get some horrible tummy aches...
When I was in the Hawkes Bay at the weekend a lot of my old hunting spots were fruiting, so apple picking I went.
It turns out that Eilidhs sling has many uses! It came in very handy.
When we got back to Wellington I just sliced them up, made some easy pastry (I just used the same recipe that I post a couple of weeks back, see below), piled the sliced up sprinkled some coconut sugar over the top then baked at 180 for about 15 mins.
I reheated it for pudding and drowned it in cream. Perfect Autumn pudding!
3 Tablespoons firm Coconut Oil
1 Cup of Plan Spelt Flour
Zest of one small Lemon
Mash the Coconut oil into the Spelt flour, once mashed in slowly add the chilled water until it comes together and forms a dough. It should be a firm dough, not wet. You're now ready to roll!