These blackberry crumb bars are buttery with just the right amount of sweetness, and layered with a tangy, fresh blackberry jam.
This seasonal strawberry-rhubarb crumble is easy to put together and makes for a great dessert for two people. Sweet and just a touch tart, a perfect treat.
These pumpkin pie crumble bars are like pie, but better! A crumb topping, thick, creamy texture and a drizzle of icing make this fall dessert a real winner.
A crunchy, buttery topping meets sweet peaches and a creamy cheesecake center for a wonderful summer sweet.
Celebrate cherry season with this easy cherry crumble perfect with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
This comforting savory potato crumble is loaded with ham and cheddar cheese and a topping of chives for a touch of spring.
Loaded with beans, vegetables, and herbs and calling on summer’s preserved tomatoes, this savory crumble is hearty and filled with parmesan. A needed bite on a winter day.
This shoofly pie has all the flavors of a molasses ginger cookie mixed with a buttery streusel in a flakey pastry crust. The rich, spicy, sweet filling just melts in your mouth bite after bite (slice after slice).
October is National Caramel Month. Apples are in season. Everybody loves pie. Celebrate with this simple caramel and apple pie!
Pumpkin cheesecake crumble bars. The name says it all! These bars are full of the best flavors and topped with a crumbly oat topping! The sweet sour cream layer adds a tang that goes well with the pumpkin cheesecake. You will love these!
This recipe is easy and comes together fairly quickly with minimal sweat effort. It even tastes better the next day when the fruit works its way into the crust for a softer, more buttery bite.
Dig into these sweet crumble bars loaded with apricot and a touch of spicy ginger flavor for an easy gluten free treat.
Is officially cobbler season. Start things off right with a fresh blueberry and bourbon cobbler topped with a sweet biscuit dough.
Somewhere between a crumble, crisp, and pie are these gluten free apple cranberry bars that are so easy to make.
A crumble is the perfect way to feature whatever fruit is in season, from apples to berries. Here is the perfect formula to have on hand, simply insert your fruit of choice.
Ooh la la, there is nothing like a bite of really good panna cotta. It’s a dreamy, luscious and creamy dessert that is very easy to recreate at home.
Tart and sweet, this ruby-colored treat is an easy-to-make, undeniable stunner.
Created for chocolate lovers, this soft cake is filled with chocolate chunks, topped with chocolate crumble, and drizzled with more smooth, rich chocolate.
Baked oatmeal can be assembled the night before and put in the oven in the morning. It’s topped with a coconut crumble, perfect for brunch or dessert.
A delicious, seasonal crumble with tons of great flavor so you won’t even miss the traditional butter.
Comforting banana bread muffins with a crunch of granola hidden inside and scattered on top. A fun treat anytime of the day.
A vegan peanut butter mousse layered with a gluten free chocolate crumble for a rich dessert that dreams are made of.
Standing the test of time, the apple pie is a world famous pastry that has adapted to times of limited ingredients with alterations like the crumble.
Skip the sweet potato pie and head straight to bars topped with streusel and drizzled with marshmallow glaze.
Adding salted caramel to apple crisp makes for a rich dessert. If you’re looking for an apple recipe with vanilla ice cream to impress – this is it.
Use up the last of summer’s bounty with a warm autumn crumble. Bake with the fruit of your choice and a spice to pair.
A crazy day is easily cured with a nutty plum crisp. In just a half of an hour this gooey dessert with crumble will be tasting irresistible.
This crumble is absolutely divine. The combination of sweet apples with tart strawberries is heavenly. Topped with an almond crumble, you can’t go wrong.
Coconut Crumble Lime Bars are slightly sweet and tangy with a coconut almond crumble that makes every bite taste like a luscious slice of pie.
Warm spices and tropical fruits make this crumble so crave-able. It tastes even better cold, the second day with a scoop of ice cream.
An outside crust with soft insides, these lemon and blueberry scones are a perfect match for cinnamon crumble. Grab butter, jam, and tea and start relaxing.
Creamy zabaglione custard with whipped cream and tart rhubarb compote, strawberries, and spicy ginger crumble. Trust us, it doesn’t get better than this.
Strawberry crumb bars: tender cake topped with sweet, fresh strawberries and finished with buttery crumbs. Perfect for holiday gatherings.
This rendition of classic Fall flavors is especially delectable when served a la mode.
This hybrid dessert combines the flaky, buttery crust of a pie and the the crispy, caramelized oat topping of a crumble.
A simple mixture of flour, bread crumbs, margarine (during the war there was a shortage of butter) and sugar created a lid over stewed fruit.
The cranberries add the perfect tartness to the sweet apples and herby, crumbly topping.
Ruby Moukli about her journey to like rhubarb, and her go to rhubarb crumble recipe.
Cassie Laemmli with a quick and simple, but utterly delicious, strawberry crumble.
Fruit crumble is always a great dessert choice. In this one pears are combined with lovely caramel topping.
Gooseberries have absolutely nothing to do with poultry. But they are a mean addition to any good crumble.