Blackberry Crumble is an irresistible dessert! Fresh blackberries are balanced with a touch of sugar, then buttered oats. Serve this spicy berry with a scoop of delicious vanilla ice cream for a delicious summer (or anytime)!
What makes Blackberry Crumble so good
It’s sweet, but not sweet anymore! This recipe simply includes the right amount of sugar to completely sweeten it while allowing the delicious taste of blackberries to shine through.
It’s the best way to enjoy BlackBerry season! It peaks in the summer months, especially June and July, and grows abundantly in many states. Visit your nearby farm to get a few pints of clean blackberries and flip them for this delicious crumble before the season is over!
It’s very easy to make! Using a few easy ingredients, you can flip the filling together, then the breadcrumbs and stack them together in the baking dish. Transfer them all to the oven and let the magic happen! In forty-five minutes, you’ll be back in the sink for a delicious, flawlessly baked summer dessert.
Blackberry Crumble Factors
Blackberry Crumble- This delicious berry is juicy, sweet and barely refreshing. The berries will shine slightly black early in the season (think May/June), then turn sweeter at the end of the growing season (July/August).
Give the blackberry pattern a little earlier than what you include in this recipe and regulate the amount of sugar as you see fit. Super blackberry candy? Try a quarter cup of sugar for the filling. Is blackberry too sour? Then add a few tablespoons of sugar!
Oats – Any type of oats will work in this Blackberry Crumble recipe. I used rolled oats and decided to go for it, quick oats and even old-fashioned oats are really delicious! Rolled oats and old-fashioned oats are thicker than quick oats.
Allow this black fruit to cool for 20 minutes before serving. The blackberry filling will thicken as it cools, which is key to the integrity of this dessert. Feel free to wait longer before serving, although I chose this delicious dish barely hot with a scoop of delicious vanilla ice cream!
Make this recipe less complicated on yourself by using a flat bowl to combine the filling with the topping. There is no need to use two separate bowls here when all the ingredients stop in a flat baking dish anyway!
Feel free to add any different types of berries you like to this blackberry! A handful of blueberries or a few slices of clean strawberries will make delicious additions to this dessert recipe.
To recharge your BlackBerry device
8 cups of sparkling blackberries See notes
Half a cup of sugar
All-purpose flour cup
To crown the crumbs
1 cup all-purpose flour
Half a cup of oats
Half a cup of brown sugar
6 tablespoons melted butter
Heat the oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit.
Mix all filling ingredients together in a giant bowl, then transfer to a 9″ x 13″ baking dish.
Mix all the breadcrumbs together in a bowl and spread the mixture over the filling.
Bake for 45-50 minutes or until golden brown.
Blackberries: Be positive about using fresh, unfrozen blackberries in this recipe. If freezing is your only option, you’ll need to extend the flour to about ½ cup to make up for more of the liquid that will be released when baking.
Make it vegan: Use vegetable butter or coconut oil as a substitute for melted butter.
Make it sugar-free: Use your favorite sugar-free alternative, such as Swerve and Brown Swerve, in the sugar and brown sugar area.
The recipe yields about eight servings. The nutritional values shown are general advice and accurate data for each serving, and now do not consist of vanilla ice cream. Actual macros may also fluctuate depending on manufacturers and types of materials used.
To determine the weight of one serving, group the recipe together as instructed. Weigh the final recipe, then divide the weight of the last recipe (not the weight of the bowl the servings will contain) by eight, and the end result will be the weight of one serving.