Find loads of fruit crumble recipes, from the best-loved apple crumble, to rhubarb crumble and more. Serve your crumble warm with custard or vanilla ice cream for a heart-warming pud.
This is a fail-safe crowd pleaser. One doesn't normally think of pineapple when they think of crumbles, but it is truly a wonderful treat. Serve with ice cream for an amazing pud.
Stewed apples are topped with a buttery sweet crumble and baked to perfection. Enjoy with lashings of cream, ice cream or fresh custard.
This is a nutty rendition on the classic apple crumble. Serve as it is, or with custard or ice cream.
Tender apples kissed with maple syrup and covered in a crunchy topping. Very easy, and tastes lovely!! My fiance loves it when I make this pud.
A beautiful crumble for you if you like don't fruit.
This is a refreshing change from the traditional apple crumble. Ripe mango and passion fruit are topped with a rich, buttery and oaty crumble. Serve with vanilla ice cream or with plain yogurt.
A simple and easy rhubarb crumble recipe, perfect to serve with custard, cream or ice cream. I used to use a rhubarb crumble recipe from Delia, but this is even better!
Everyone's favourite classic, apple crumble, is taken to new heights when served with creamy Carte D'Or Rum and Raisin ice cream. For best results, use a good dessert apple, such as Braeburn or Pink Lady.
This cake has a wonderful combination of flavours and textures. There are two layers, a dense bottom layer and a crumbly top layer. It's deliciously moreish. Perfect with a cup of tea or coffee.
This is a highly indulgent cake, which is packed full of sweet, buttery goodness. A sponge cake is topped with lashings of buttery crumble and baked. Enjoy for dessert, afternoon tea or general snacking.
A lovely crumble made with an array of frozen fruits and muesli for added texture. Perfect served with ice cream or custard. You could really use any combination of frozen berries here, though I like the Blackforest fruits variety. You can also use fresh berries, when in season.
A delicious dessert that makes the best out of in-season summer fruit. A tart fruit base, made with nectarines, plums and raspberries is topped with a sweet and buttery crumble. Enjoy as is, with ice cream, whipped cream or custard
This is my sister's recipe for a savoury crumble made with fresh tomatoes and basil. It is a light dish with unforgettable flavours. Choose beautiful fresh tomatoes and fragrant basil!
Make the classic crumble into something special with this almond and pear version. You could easily use another nut - walnuts, pecans or even pistachios - if almonds aren't your favourite.
There's no simpler way to relish rhubarb season. This rhubarb crumble is an irresistible childhood favourite.
Again another recipe from school days and its the best one I've used - at least something good came out of school.
A tasty apple crumble with Taste the Difference maple fudge pieces and a crispy crumble topping. Enjoy this gorgeous crumble throughout autumn and serve with custard or ice cream.
Quick and easy kids' crumble. Serve with custard or cream. Try using different tinned fruits. One of mine loved the pineapple but the other one hated it.
This is probably the tastiest apple crumble recipe that I have ever had - not sure whether it was luck or the the recipe.
Microwave apple crumble makes an irresistible dessert and is ready in literally minutes. Serve with cream, custard or ice cream for a quick, family pleasing pud. You can use any other tinned fruit or fruit filling you desire to make various different crumbles.