How to Make a Quick, Healthy Rachel Dillon Microwave Apple Crumble with Just 4 Ingredients

HOW TO MAKE YUMMY APPLES IN MICROWAVE – The 4 ingredient recipe is only 225 calories

  • Fitness expert, Rachel Dillon, shared a crumbly recipe for microwaved apples
  • She said the four-ingredient remedy is perfect for those struggling in the kitchen
  • The crumbs contain apples, oats, butter and lemon juice, and it’s only 225 calories

A personal trainer shared a simple four-ingredient apple pie recipe that you can make in the microwave.

Rachel Dillon, from Queensland, said in an Instagram post that the kumble is the ‘perfect dessert for anyone struggling in the kitchen’.

Wellness expert and founder of the Move With Us fitness program said the quick and easy crash consists of just 225 calories.

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Fitness expert Rachel Dillon shares a quick and easy recipe for microwaving apple slices

Rachel begins by cutting roughly one apple into small pieces, placing them in a large glass and sprinkling them over a generous amount of lemon juice and a tablespoon of water and microwaves for 90 seconds.

Then she puts a packet of quick oats with brown sugar and cinnamon in a bowl with a spoonful of dairy-free butter and uses her fingers to mix.

Rachel puts the oats over the apples in the mug and cooks in the microwave for another 90 seconds.

Rachel begins by cutting roughly one apple into small pieces, placing them in a large glass and sprinkling them over a generous amount of lemon juice and a tablespoon of water.

Then she puts a packet of instant cinnamon brown sugar oats in a bowl with a spoonful of dairy-free butter and uses her fingers to mix it up and puts it in the microwave for 90 seconds.

Rachel puts chopped apples, lemon juice, 1 packet of brown sugar, quick oats, and dairy-free butter in a mug and cooks in the microwave for 90 seconds.

The Recipe: Rachel Dillon’s Microwave Apple Crumble

Ingredients

120 g apple

half a lemon

35gm instant brown sugar oats

5 grams dairy-free butter

method

1. Cut an apple into small pieces

2. Add apples to a microwave-safe cup, squeeze half a lemon over it and sprinkle with water

3. Microwave for 90 seconds until apples are soft

4. Add the oats to a bowl with the dairy-free butter and use your fingers to mix

5. Transfer the oats to a mug and microwave for another 90 seconds

Rachel has gained over 1.2 million followers on Instagram with her helpful health, diet and fitness tips and tricks.

In a previous post I shared what you eat in a typical day to gain muscle and maintain fitness.

The fitness expert fills her day with fresh, healthy meals and consumes 2,500 calories per day.

Rachel has gained over 1.2 million followers on Instagram with her helpful health, diet and fitness tips and tricks

Rachel has gained over 1.2 million followers on Instagram with her helpful health, diet and fitness tips and tricks

To make sure she builds muscle gradually, Rachel eats more calories than her body burns each day, but she admitted that the calorie surplus can be hard to stick to.

“Honestly with my busy schedule, I personally find a calorie surplus can be hard to stick to, so preparation is key!!!” I wrote on Instagram.

To achieve her daily goals, she eats three meals, a healthy snack in the morning, and an afternoon dessert that she eats before dinner.

She starts the day with an oat milk latte at 9am, followed by a 'bread board' at 10am filled with fresh mango, passion fruit, strawberries, raspberries and cherry tomatoes

Lunch is often at 2pm, and for this occasion, Rachel has prepared boiled chicken with curry sauce, rice and a side of vegetables.

At 10 a.m. she enjoys her “bread” with fresh mango, passion fruit, strawberries, blueberries, and cherry tomatoes (left). Lunch is often at 2pm, and on this occasion, Rachel has prepared boiled chicken with curry sauce, rice and a side of greens (right)

Lunch is often at 2 pm, and for this occasion, Rachel has prepared boiled chicken with curry sauce, rice, and a side of vegetables.

Instead of an after-dinner dessert, Rachel enjoys waffles and chocolate cream dipped in ice cream at 4:30 p.m.

“Yes, I always have dessert before dinner,” she wrote.

By 6:30 p.m., I’ve sat down to a plate of crunchy salmon with pasta and a leafy green salad.

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