Apple, Pear and Blueberry Crumble Recipe

A wonderful crumble is enjoyable as a treat or dessert at any time of the year. Relatively easy to make this Apple, Pear and Blueberry crumble is delicious accompanied with custard or ice cream. You may of course like to vary the fruit to your choice as well.

A crumble dessert is completely different to a pie or tart in that you get to use a whole lot more fruit and top it with a lovely buttery and crispy top.

You will need:

1 x 8″ round, glass baking dish



125g Blueberries

4 x Eating Apples

4 x Pears

50g sugar 


100g Plain Flour

40g Rolled Oats 

60g Butter

70g Demerara Sugar


Slice and core the apples and pears and then chop into chunks and place them in a pan with a little water and stew until slightly soft- leave this to cool

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To make the crumble put the flour and oats into a bowl with the chilled butter and rub between your fingers until it looks like breadcrumbs.

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Stir in the demerara sugar 

Stir in the white sugar into the stewed pears and apples and add the blueberries then pour this into your glass bowl

Gently cover the top with your crumble mix

Bake in the oven on 160 degrees ( fan) or 180 degrees for 30 minutes or until the fruit is boiling and the top is golden brown

Serve with Ice Cream, Cream or Custard

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Written by Sally Laker

Sally Laker grew up on the Isle of Wight and studied music at Chichester University. She worked as a store manager and medical administration assistant before going full-time with her cake-making business, Sally4Cakes. In 2014, she was named Home-Based Businesswoman Of The Year at the Kent Women In Business awards and in 2017 won Home Based Business of the Year at the Independent Business Awards Kent .
In 2016 she made the wedding cake for Gregg Wallace's marriage to Anna, which was featured in Hello Magazine, along with all the major UK newspapers and even on the TV !!
In 2019 Sally retired from her cake business and now works for a local business, Interpreting Matters, who help to provide sign language interpreters for deaf adults. She still bakes for family and friends in her spare time and is enjoying having time to explore the beautiful Kent countryside for the Baldhiker

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