Savory or sweet, these 15 fall crumble recipes will make you crumble because they are just that delicious. Choose one savory, one sweet, and you’ve got a meal with dessert and all. Or just have dessert for dinner. We promise we won’t judge you.
Crumbles come in a large variety and add the perfect bit of texture to any meal that you’ve got brewing. Maybe try adding these crumbles to your favorite recipes. There is no way to go wrong! And if you are ever in need of more recipes, check out our Food Monster App!
1. Baked Sweet Potatoes and Cranberries With Cinnamon Oat Crumble [Vegan]
Adam Merrin and Ryan Alvarez’s Baked Sweet Potatoes and Cranberries with Cinnamon Oat Crumble dish qualifies as the perfect sweet potato casserole: filled with tender sweet potatoes tossed with fresh ripe cranberries, covered with a cinnamon and brown sugar oat crumble, and baked until the cranberries soften and burst, releasing their ruby-colored juice, which bubbles under the crisp, crunchy warmly-spiced topping.
2. Strawberry Vanilla Crumble [Vegan, Gluten-Free]
Stefani Weiss’s Gluten Free Strawberry Vanilla Crumble doesn’t only make a great, sweet and nutritious breakfast but is perfect as a summer dessert. And this recipe is the formula for a simple, sweet and refreshing, nutritious treat. If you have a sweet tooth and you like your breakfast to taste like a fruitcake, then this is the recipe for you!
3. Apple and Blackberry Crumble [Vegan, Gluten-Free]
This tasty Apple and Blackberry Crumble by Buffy-Ellen Gill is a reminder that sometimes, the simple things are best. Oats, almonds, and walnuts are blended with sticky-sweet dates, coconut oil, and a dash of vanilla and sea salt. The fruity filling is made from sweet apples, tangy lemon, and tart blackberries. Serve with coconut yogurt or vegan ice cream.
4. Banana Chia Almond Pudding With Vanilla Wafer Crumble [Vegan]
Dessert for breakfast anyone? Yes, please. This Banana Chia Almond Pudding with Vanilla Wafer Crumble recipe from Jackie Ader is sweet and indulgent enough to be served as a dessert but it’s also healthy enough to be eaten for breakfast. Between the almonds, almond butter, almond milk and chia seeds, it’s packed with protein so you can start your day off on the right foot!
5. Berries and Plum Crumble [Vegan]
Kristina Jug & Mitja Bezenšek’s crispy Berries and Plum Crumble is an easy and delicious vegan dessert that makes excellent use of fruit you have rolling around. Now, if you don’t happen to have summer fruit at hand, this totally works with apples as well, or even frozen berries.
6. Mood-Boosting Berry Vanilla Crumble Cake [Vegan]
This Berry Vanilla Crumble Cake by Pamela Higgins tastes so good it will make you feel better – that and it has healthy seasonal berries and bananas to help you get through the day. The dense, rich cake is studded with fresh berries, topped with a mouthwatering crumble, and then finished with a homemade berry syrup. Good cake makes everyone feel better and this is a darn good cake.
7. Healthy Cranberry Apple Crumble Pie [Vegan, Gluten-Free]
If you are looking for a holiday pie that without all the added sugar and preservatives, look no further because Ciarra Siller’s Cranberry Apple Crumble Pie is everything you have been searching for and more! This decadent pie is a perfect dessert to end your dinner festivities or heck, it’s even healthy enough to be your post holiday breakfast!
8. Nut-Free Apple and Strawberry Crumble [Vegan, Gluten-Free]
A toasty Apple and Strawberry Crumble by Amarilis Moldes is a classic cold weather dessert; however they often have nuts either mixed in or roasted on top. If you or your loved ones have allergies, or if you are just not a fan of nuts, than you can still enjoy all the crispy goodness of the dessert with this recipe! Oatmeal, sunflower seeds, and pumpkin seeds take the place of nuts, and the result is simply exquisite.
9. Mushroom Bolognese With Chickpea Crumble [Vegan]
A comforting and delicious meatless riff on traditional Bolognese, this Mushroom Bolognese with Chickpea Crumble by Elsa Brobbey is hearty, rich and flavorful with a crispy chickpea topping. Perfect for those colder days.
10. Gooey Raspberry Cookie Crumble Bars [Vegan]
Warm and sweet, this Gooey Raspberry Cookie Crumble Bars by Cruelty Free Familyis perfect for when you’re craving a gooey dessert that’ll just melt in your mouth. As if the crumble wasn’t enough, this dish has little bursts of raspberry goodness! If raspberries aren’t your cup of tea, try blueberry or strawberry! Either way, this dessert is bound to delight.
11. Turmeric Blackberry Crumble Bars [Vegan]
Warm up your oven for Anarki “AJ” Tjon Affo’s Turmeric Blackberry Crumble Bar goodness! These crumble bars feature a soft crust infused with superfoods spirulina and turmeric, which gives it a bright green color that beautifully contrasts the deep purple color of the blackberries. These sweet, crumbly bars are simple to whip up and even easier to eat!
12. Red Beet Bruschetta With Peanut Crumble
These little Blueberry Crumble Bars by Christa Clark are downright heavenly. In this recipe, blueberry purée rests between an oat crust and a layer of crumbles. When baked, cooled, and refrigerated overnight they come out perfectly, creating the most desirable bars around. Enjoy these for breakfast or dessert, with a cup of coffee to balance out the sweetness.
We know these recipes will make you have the best fall ever! And if your craving still isn’t satisfied? Check out our Dessert Archives for more ideas! We also highly recommend downloading the Food Monster App, it’s available for both Android and iPhone and has free and paid versions. The app is loaded with thousands of allergy-friendly & vegan recipes/cooking tips, has hundreds of search filters and features like bookmarking, meal plans and more! Check it out!
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