Strawberry and rhubarb are classic choices for fruit crumble recipes. What happens when raspberries get in on the act? Bursts of bright color and an added sweet-tart angle! Hint: If one or more of the fruits called for is not available, frozen stand-ins will work just fine.
Because this crumble recipe calls on frozen and dried berries, you can bring it to your table any time of year. PS: Use a little Kashi cereal along with the more traditional crumble topping ingredients to help keep fat and calories in check.
You won't believe this seemingly decadent chocolate-berry dessert clocks in at less than 200 calories per serving. It's a crumble recipe at its healthiest!
You’ll love the way rolled oats add extra texture to this otherwise traditional blueberry crumble recipe. Served with a scoop of vanilla ice cream, it’s midsummer dessert heaven!
A fruit crumble is generally a homespun kind of dessert, but this recipe goes gourmet. Thanks to vanilla beans, browned butter, warm baking spices, and an optional dash of pear brandy, this pear crumble tastes like something you’d enjoy—and pay top dollar for—at a high-end bistro.
Grilling out? No need to head indoors to make dessert! This strawberry and blueberry crumble is made outside on the grill. We suggest using a disposable foil pan to make cleanup extra easy.
Part crumble, part pie, all delicious. Bonus: Enjoy this seemingly seasonal crumble recipe year-round thanks to the use of frozen cherries.
When winter rolls around, a new crop of fruits come marching into the market. Take advantage by using two of them in this unbeatable grapefruit and pear crumble. This recipe veers a little off the beaten path with the addition of flaxseed meal and chia seeds in the crumble topping for extra nutrition.
We topped this sweet, juicy blueberry pie with a buttery pecan crumble, and it has become our new go-to party dessert.
This fruit crumble pie recipe calls on two of the first fruits of the summer growing season. Add almonds to the crumble topping for extra flavor and crunch.
Thanks to a refrigerated piecrust, apple crumble gets transformed into apple crumble pie, with no added work! Top with ice cream and, if you’re feeling a little splashy, drizzle with caramel sauce.
From a botanist’s point of view, pumpkins are fruits. And from a baker’s point of view, they make a wonderful fruit crumble recipe, as you’ll see in these luscious custards topped with a nutty crumble topping.
A two-ingredient crumble is the key to this mouthwatering pumpkin dessert. Whip it up, assemble the parfaits, and freeze just a few hours before party time.
This lovely recipe melds a pear crumble and a blueberry crumble into one irresistible dessert. If you're serving adults, give the optional cognac drizzle a go—you'll love the extra dimension of flavor it brings.