Rhubarb crumble is easy to make and lets the rosy colour of rhubarb shine through. Find gorgeous crumble recipes here.
Aromatic ginger and tangy orange liven up this warm, fruity dish with its crisp, oaty topping. And it is just as delicious served chilled.
A yummy blend of rhubarb and raspberries surrounded by a brown sugar and oat crumble. Serve warm with custard or cream.
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!
Rhubarb crumble just got better! The addition of strawberries to the classic, creates a flavour sensation. The tart rhubarb goes exceedingly well with the sweet strawberries. Serve with custard, cream or ice cream.
Rhubarb crumble is king at balancing sweet with tart, with a gorgeous and rich colour from the rhubarb to boot. Serve hot with vanilla ice cream.
A simple crumble with an intense rhubarb flavour countered by the apples. A real Sunday favorite. Its great because rhubarb goes with almost every fruit you have left over from the week.
I can never decide whether to make rhubarb tart or rhubarb crumble – so this recipe solved my dilemma! Fresh chunks of rhubarb cooked in a buttery pastry case and topped with crumble. Sprinkle flaked almonds on top if you like a little extra crunch.
A combination of sweet, tart tastes combined in this easy pud. Good warm with custard, Greek yoghurt or ice cream.
With homegrown rhubarb, you don't need much to make a delectable pud. I have a patch of rhubarb in the garden and there is nothing better than using fresh ingredients! Serve with custard or vanilla ice cream.
Fresh rhubarb is cooked on a shortbread-style crumble base and topped with a creamy custard and more crumble mixture. It tastes great served warm as a dessert or you can serve it as a traybake if you want to make it in advance.