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Jul 01 2013

Plum and Berry Crumble

Plum and Berry Crumble

Happy Monday wishes and happy July too sweet bloggy friends. It’s going to be a busy week for me and a lot of you too. But I have plenty to share and I’m starting the week off with this easy to make and extra yummy crumble. I know the temperatures are hot for a lot of us. But add some ice cream and you will be glad you spent a few minutes in the kitchen. I still had plenty of raspberries left from last week and this is a great recipe for combining fruit flavors. Raspberries,plums and orange, yes they taste delish all together. Happy Canada Days to my sweet Canadian bloggy friends!

plum and berry crumble recipe

4 Large plums (chopped)

1 Cup raspberries

3/4 Cup flour (plus 1 Tbsp.)

1 1/4 Cup brown sugar

1 Cup sugar substitute I use Splenda (or use Sugar) Divided

2 Cups oats (not instant)

1 Tbsp. butter (unsalted , cold and sliced)

2 Tbsp. orange zest

1 Tbsp. orange juice

Cast iron skillet

2 Mixing bowls

Baking sheet

Parchment paper

Before You Start: Preheat oven to 425 ° line a baking sheet with parchment paper

Lets Make It! In mixing bowl combine 3/4 cup flour, brown sugar, 1/2 cup sugar substitute ( or sugar), oats, and butter and mix until crumbly. In a mixing bowl combine, raspberries and plums. Mix to combine. Pour into the skillet and top with 1/2 cup sugar substitute (or sugar), 1 tbsp. flour, orange zest and orange juice. Spread the brown sugar and oats crumble mix over the top of the fruit. Place the skillet on the parchment lined baking sheet. Bake for 30- 40 min. or until the fruit filling is bubbling, and crust is browned.

Serves 6-8

*Katies Tid Bits, you can make this in a glass baking dish or pie pan if you do not have a skillet. Try different berries like blue berries and blackberries too.

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  1. small Kucing

    Mmm…sounds heavenly. Too bad my side cant get fresh berries. It’s very expensive over here

  2. elisabeth@foodandthrift

    Still so early in the morning…but I wouldn’t mind making this simple and oh, so yummy crumble. Love the combination of the raspberries and the plum! xo
    Happy Monday, Katie!

  3. Janine Huldie

    Oh looks quite tasty and am pinning to try this one soon. Thanks Katie and happy Monday!! :)

  4. lulu

    I’m making something similar for tonight’s dinner with blueberries and nectarines. It seems it has been very warm in Houston and I’m glad to be away for a while though no place is perfect. We’ve been having lots of rain in Maine.

  5. ColleenB.

    Oh, this is sooo yummy looking.
    So glad that you tried it for me making sure it’s just right in the tasting department. :}
    Bet this would be good with strawberries and blueberries as well.
    Thanks 4 the recipe
    ColleenB.

  6. Rosey

    That does look delicious and I haven’t had a thing yet to eat today (so it looks even more delicious). :)

  7. Alex J. Cavanaugh

    That sounds delicious. My wife does some baking in summer. I just don’t want hot chocolate or soup during those months.

  8. Ms. A

    I don’t recall ever having a dish with plums in it, although my grandmother had plum trees and was an excellent cook/baker. How odd, now that you made me think about it. Although I don’t trust my memory for squat.

  9. Catherine

    I love summer crumbles! This one sounds delicious Katherine… the last one I made was with peaches, but I’ll have to try this combination.

  10. Donna Heber

    This looks delicious Katherine! You are quite the baker.

  11. Melissa

    Sounds delicious! =)

  12. micupoftea

    Like the addition of plums…yummy! Happy 4th of July:)

  13. Maureen

    Is there anything better than a crumble? Okay add ice cream but that’s it! :)

  14. Lavender Dreams

    That’s a dish that works best in a cast iron skillet. We cook in hot weather here in Florida! lol Hugs!

  15. Eileen

    Oh yeah, summer dessert at it’s best! Love skillet baking :)

  16. Judy Haughton-James

    Rather colourful and looks so delicious Katie! I have not baked recently but hope to soon again. I have been cooling out with my favourite flavour of ice cream, grapenut. Have a wonderful day.

  17. Kelly (@LeafynotBeefy)

    That looks so good! And thanks for the review and discount code on the Arcadian Designs shop :)

  18. Enzie Shahmiri

    I love the tart plums and this recipe looks like a real winner!

  19. Evelyn @ My Turn for us

    Just pinned and will be sharing on Facebook as one of this weeks features at Freedom Fridays!!
    Hugs My sweet Friend!!
    Thanks so much for sharing!!

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