We used frozen spring roll pastry sheets to make these crunchy little air fryer desserts. They’re filled with canned apple, sultanas and cinnamon, dusted with crushed biscuits and oats (to make them taste just like apple crumble) and served with custard for dunking. Cool hack: we even used the custard to seal the pastry!
240g (1 cup) apple slices pie fruit
45g (1/4 cup) sultanas
1/2 tsp ground cinnamon
6 frozen spring roll wrappers, thawed
120g (1/2 cup) bought thick vanilla custard, plus extra, to serve
3 McVitie’s Digestives The Original biscuits, finely chopped
25g (1/4 cup) rolled oats
Cinnamon sugar, to serve
5 Method Steps
Step 1Combine apple(240g (1 cup) apple slices pie fruit), sultanas (45g (1/4 cup) sultanas) and cinnamon (1/2 tsp ground cinnamon) in a medium bowl.
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Step 2Place 1 spring roll wrapper, with a corner pointing toward you, on a clean work surface. Place one-sixth of the apple mixture just below the centre of the wrapper. Brush custard (120g (1/2 cup) bought thick vanilla custard, plus extra, to serve) all over the wrapper. Fold in sides. Roll up to enclose filling. Repeat to make 6 rolls in total. Brush rolls with remaining custard.
Step 3Place biscuits (3 McVitie’s Digestives The Original biscuits, finely chopped) and oats (25g (1/4 cup) rolled oats) on a plate and stir until combined. Coat rolls, 1 at a time, in oat mixture.
Step 4Spray the basket of an air fryer with oil. Place rolls in air fryer basket and spray with oil. Air fry at 200C for 6-7 minutes or until golden and crisp. Transfer to a serving plate.
Step 5Sprinkle rolls with cinnamon sugar (Cinnamon sugar, to serve). Serve with extra custard.