How To Make Mixed Berry Oat Crumble By Honest Mum

Tucking into a big bowl of warm crumble is the ultimate treat!

Perfect for whole family, I whipped up this delicious mixed berry oat delight after a family stroll at the Yorkshire Sculpture park, having spent a wonderful afternoon playing in the leaves and absorbing the soul enriching art (you can check out our adventures there on my You Tube channel).

Crumbles are incredibly easy to make and I always conjure up a big batch to last a few days. I like to serve ours with thick Greek yoghurt but will also mix it up with custard, single cream as shown or ice cream for a not so healthy option!

mixed berry crumble

Crumbles take me back to my childhood, apple crumble was one of the first puddings I learnt to make, a friend’s mum passed down the recipe to me and I literally made them through my GCSE’s and A’Levels and right through uni.

Now, we enjoy them as a family and have even been known to scoff it for breakfast!

Enjoy x

Mixed Berry Crumble

crumble

mixed berry crumble

Ingredients

Serves 4

  • 300g mixed berries – raspberries, cranberries and blackberries. 
  • 2 tbsp water/apple juice
  • 90g honey, melted
  • 60g unsalted butter, cut into pieces
  • 120g wholemeal flour
  • 120g oats
  • sprinkle of cinnamon
  • double cream to serve (optional)

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Method

Preheat the oven to 200 C / Gas 6. Grease a shallow baking dish. Add the berries to a covering the bottom of the dish. Cover with water or apple juice.

In a separate bowl, mix (I like to use my fingers) the butter, honey, oats, flour and cinnamon with a fork until the mixture resembles coarse crumbs. Sprinkle over the berries.

Bake in the preheated oven until the crumble is golden and berries are bubbly for about 25 minutes.

Serve warm or cool with double cream if you like.

Delicious!

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41 Responses

  1. Nikki Frank-Hamilton

    This looks so delish and your photos enhance the dish perfectly! I am wanting some right now! My stomach just growled!!!!
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  2. Petra / Be Healthy Now

    Your berry oat crumble looks so delicious! Yum! Crumbles are one of my favourite desserts to eat when eating out, I just didn’t realise they are so easy to make!
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  3. Sarah - Craft Invaders

    We love crumble as well, especially at this time of year. Have your lovely recipe saved for this weekend’s roast!
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  4. Anne

    This looks so yummy! Pinned it.
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  5. Marta

    Love the simplicity of the recipe. Super easy to follow and tasty, will try it out on a weekend.
    Thanks.
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  6. Sophie

    Looks delish! I made a toffee apple crumble yesterday with salted caramel sauce, divine 🙂
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  7. Amy @ Feeding Finn

    Yum! Crumbles are definitely one of my favourite desserts. Perfect for the colder days. Yours looks delicious x
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  8. Sarah James

    Your crumble looks delicious Vicki, I love the idea of using apple & honey instead of sugar. Perfect for this time of year xx
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  9. Zara

    I love crumble! It has to be one of the tastiest puddings in the winter. The perfect mix of tart fruit and crunchy topping and this one looks yummy!
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  10. Charlotte

    That crumble looks gorgeous! Love the idea of it being served with Greek yoghurt too. I’m going to have to make a crumble when I get home tonight now!
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  11. Kat @ Eat.Love.Live

    I totally love crumble and this one looks delicious! Puddings are so much nicer when the colder weather kicks in x #tastytuesday
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  12. Mirka Moore @Kahanka

    Shame I have no recipe to link, but can tell you know, Andrew would absolutely love this. Looks super yummy xxx
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  13. Corina

    I love an oaty topping on a crumble. This one sounds really good, especially as it has cinnamon in too!
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  14. Eb Gargano

    This looks sooo good! I love crumbles – such a tasty and easy pud 🙂
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  15. Ebabee

    This looks yummy and so perfect for autumn! I love anything with oats. xx
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