Nothing says winter quite like a steaming hot fruit crumble on a cold night.

Use fresh, frozen or even tinned fruit to create a scrumptious fruit crumble dessert in no time!

A family favourite of ours, we can’t agree on what the perfect accompaniment is for fruit crumble desserts. The jury is out on whether ice cream, cream or custard is considered the perfect finishing touch. Often the kids have their bowls out for all three!

Here’s 10 eye popping crumbles guaranteed to get the mouth watering!Β Tell us, how do you crumble?


1. Apple crumble mug

I know, I know, you can thank me later. Late night craving for apple crumble? From Pickled Plum, apple crumble for two COMING RIGHT UP.


2. Blueberry, apple and coconut crumble

Vivid in colour and amazing on the taste buds, coconut adds another layer of yum to this fruit crumble recipe. Make this crumble yourself using this recipe from Donna Hay.


3. Strawberry and rhubarb crumble

From Cafe Delites, strawberries soar to a whole new level of deliciousness when cooked and paired with rhubarb. Not to mention, it looks SO GOOD.

strawberry and rhubarb crumble


4. Peach crumble

Sweet, plump peach slices come alive when baked underneath a delicious crumbly buttery crust. Want to make it pronto? Head to Baking Beauty for the recipe.

peach crumble


5. Blueberry crumble

It tastes amazing and looks nothing short of epic. If you’re looking for a show stopper blueberry crumble, this is the one. Find the recipe at Salt and Baker, yum!

blueberry crumble


6. Apple crumble

A family favourite, an apple crumble never disappoints. Jump on over to Donna Hay for this sweet recipe.

Donna Hay apple crumble


7. Pear crumble

Make the most of pears being in season with a delicious pear crumble. Life Made Simple uses a browned butter topping for a lip-smacking crumble finish.

pear crumble


8. Apricot crumble

Apricots aren’t everyone’s thing, but for those who love a delicious mix of sweet and tart tang, Kristine’s Kitchen apricot crumble hits the mark beautifully.

apricot crumble


9. Berry crumble

Use this recipe from Tastes Lovely to up all those loose bags of berries rattling around the freezer to whip up a mixed berry crumble.

berry crumble


10. Apple and rhubarb crumble

Apple with a sneaky (and ever so tasty) rhubarb addition. Apple peeler at the ready, find the recipe at Taste.

apple and rhubarb crumble

There you have it, 10 mouth-watering fruit crumble desserts. Only one question remains – ice cream, cream or custard?

Try pairing your fruit crumble dessert with one of these slow cooker family dinners.

Author

South Australian mum and self proclaimed foodie, Lexi can most days be found in the kitchen, apron tied firm and armed with a whisk or wooden spoon!

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