Try an air-fryer. It’s a mini oven that cooks at a really high temperature with a fan, using less energy than a regular oven. A typical fryer (1,000W) costs just 34p per hour, which is roughly the same wattage and energy consumption as a conventional oven, but it heats up very quickly and you can cook meals in a fraction of the time, making it a great-value cooking method.
You can cook pretty much anything in an air-fryer, from pasta bakes, veg and roasts to cakes and casseroles. If you can make it in an oven, you can probably make it in an air-fryer.
This apple crumble recipe is baked entirely in an air-fryer. Simply put your apples, cinnamon and demerara sugar into your fryer, then add a golden, crumble on top for a cosy, comforting and affordable pudding the whole family will love.
See more air-fryer recipes here.