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Blueberry, blackberry, raspberry & stem ginger crumble

on 17/01/2009

Yum! Dig in!

This is the most lovely crumble recipe! A mix of berries with a hint of orange, stem ginger pieces and a topping of deliciousness!


Printable Recipe
Recipe: For 2 persons, with seconds
* For the fruit:
325 gr mix of your favourite berries / I used a mix of fresh blueberries, blackberries & raspberries
1 ball of stem ginger, cut into little pieces
2 tablespoons of castor sugar
2 tablespoons of stem ginger syrup, taken from the jar with the stem ginger in it.
grated zest of 1/2 orange
* For the topping:
50 gr of slightly salted butter, on room temperature
75 gr plain flour
40 gr of Demerara sugar
20 gr rolled oats/ I used little rolled oats
20 gr of flaked almonds, crushed lightly in your hands
1. Preheat the oven to 180 ° C.
2. To make the topping, take a bowl & place the butter in it.
3. Add the flour to the butter. Lightly rub the butter into the flour.
4. Add the oats, the Demerara sugar & the flaked almonds. Mix lightly. Do not overmix! It has to look like little crumbles!
5. Now, for the fruit mix. Mix the fruits together. Add the zest of 1/2 orange & the 2 tablespoons of the stem ginger syrup. Mix gently. Add the cut up stem ginger. Add 2 tablespoons of castor sugar to the berry mix. Mix.
6. Take a large oven proof dish & place the berry mix on the bottom.
7. Scatter the crumble mix evenly on top of the berry mix. Or take 2 little oven proof serving dishes.
8. Place into the center of the oven & bake for 20 to 25 minutes until golden brown on top.
Enjoy with some good custard on the side! Warm Devon custard that is!

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55 responses to “Blueberry, blackberry, raspberry & stem ginger crumble

  1. Daily Spud says:

    Oh, how I love crumble and that sounds fab – especially the addition of the stem ginger to the berries – not something I would have thought of!

  2. MsGourmet says:

    my girlfriend and neighbour is from Scotland and she is a crumble freak! she makes crumble all year round and she is going to *love* this version!

  3. This sounds so good! Especially with the demerara sugar! Thanks for visiting my site! Look forward to following yours!Tram

  4. This looks absolutely terrific … I can hardly wait to try it out!Denise

  5. Linda says:

    What a mouthwatering photo and recipe!I love all the pictures of Belgium and your favorite shops you have here on your blog–so very entertaining!

  6. heidileon says:

    Bonjour Sophie,This crumble looks delicious. Well done! Keep posting more amazing recipes as this 😉

  7. Johanna says:

    This was very good. I made this last evening! I loved it !

  8. Sophie, what a sublime combination of flavours! I can practically taste how good this would be 🙂

  9. Samantha says:

    This dessert was superb, Sophie!!! I agree, with warm custard!!!

  10. miamifoodie says:

    dangerously delish!!!

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    I love this recipe. It’s everything I like, yumm.

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