Don't you love crumble? It's my go-to dessert when it's cold. I made a rhubarb and apple one this time but you could use pears or peaches, plums or anything else you feel like (within reason, grapes won't work).
To make the crumble topping you'll need:
1 cup of oats
1 cup of all purpose/plain flour
1/3 cup brown sugar
1/4 cup vegan margarine
your choice of fruit, chopped (and maybe peeled) enough to fill your baking dish
Chop and maybe peel your fruit into smallish chunks, if it's something tough like rhubarb the chunks need to be quite small so that they're cooked by the time the topping's done.
Fill your dish about 3/4 of the way up with the fruit, then sprinkle on a couple of dessert spoons of sugar.
To make the crumble, put all of the ingredients into a bowl and grab a wooden spoon.
Use the bottom of the spoon in a kind of chopping movement into the margarine, chop down into it until it's all in little pieces and the mix looks kind of crumby.
Pour the crumby crumbs over the fruit and pack it down a bit so there aren't too many gaps in the fruit.
Bake it at Gas mark 4/170C/320F for 20-30 minutes, or until it's browned on top. Less time for mushy fruits like berries, more time for the tougher fruits like the rhubarb.
Always with soy ice-cream. Always.