Looking for homemade crumble recipes? Crumble makes the perfect comfort food for autumn, and it’s a great dessert for using up British fruit picked from the orchard. Try easy apple crumble, traditional-style, or something a bit more posh such as cinnamon and gooseberry individual crumbles.
Vegan apple crumble
Check out our crunchy crumble recipe with apples and blackberries. This classic pudding recipe is an easy autumnal dessert the whole family will love, ready in an hour.
A classic crumble is the easiest of puddings to make and perfect for making use of seasonal fruit. This winter crumble is filled with sweet, tangy rhubarb and warming spices.
This recipe for cinnamon and gooseberry crumbles is really easy to follow but they make great individual puds. Make a batch and freeze some for when you need a sweet hit.
Check out Edd Kimber’s black and blue crumble pie, with a blackberry and blueberry filling and a cardamom crumble topping. Here are more of Edd Kimber’s epic baking recipes to try…
Our sloe gin and plum crumble is a twist on a classic and much-loved British dessert. Pair with a scoop of good-quality vanilla ice cream to really take advantage of the cinnamon and mixed spice notes.
Check out this really easy old-school apple crumble. This classic dessert is a firm family favourite and you won’t go wrong with this foolproof recipe.
Check out our vibrant and crunchy crumble recipe with succulent peaches and tart raspberries. Smacking the peaches for this crumble starts to release some of the sweet juices and provides you with some rough, raggedy chunks for extra texture.
Porridge oats and soft brown sugar add extra crunch to this family favourite, that is best served with rich vanilla ice cream.
This recipe takes a classic rhubarb crumble and gives it a twist with the addition of ginger and star anise to the fruit and a crunchy brown sugar topping. Serve with cream.
Serve six with this unbeatable homemade crumble featuring plums and quince. These mouth-watering crumbles are cooked slowly for nearly 4 hours. Serve it with lashings of good, vanilla-y custard.
This easy dessert recipe calls for very little hands-on action. All of the elements can be made a day ahead, then layered up in glasses up to an hour before serving.