Recipe: Grain-Free Red, White, And Blue Crumble

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Red, White, And Blue Crumble

{gluten/dairy/soy/corn/potato/tomato/egg/coconut/refined-sugar free with a sugar-free option!}


Grain-Free Red, White, And Blue Crumble Recipe

I know it’s not quite officially summer yet, but the weather has been really warm here, which has me thinking about summertime foods and holidays (Fourth Of July). This week’s Food Blogger Challenge ingredient was blueberries, so I wanted to make something with blueberries that could also reminded me of summer. I decided on a red, white, and blue crumble. It’s absolutely delicious! I thought I might be a little biased because I created the recipe, so I asked my son what he thought of it. His response “This is so good. Good job, mommy.” Yes, he’s my son, so he’s more likely to say something nice to me, but not when it comes to food. Trust me. He is brutally honest about his food.

This recipe contains four different kinds of fruit. I was originally going to go with three, but didn’t end up having enough blueberries, so I had to add raspberries. They made the crumble a little bit tart, so feel free to substitute another fruit for them if you don’t want somewhat of a sour/tart flavor when taking a bite that contains raspberries.

Grain-Free Red, White, And Blue Crumble Recipe
Grain-Free Red, White, And Blue Crumble Recipe
Grain-Free Red, White, And Blue Crumble Recipe
Grain-Free Red, White, And Blue Crumble Recipe



8 oz (1 cup) of blueberries (I used frozen.)

12 oz (1.5 cups) of strawberries (I used frozen.)

12 oz (1.5 cups) of raspberries (I used frozen.)

4 bananas, sliced

3 cups almond flour

¾ cup ghee (You can also use butter or coconut oil.)

¼ cup honey (You can also use maple syrup or apple “honey”, which is what I used. The apple “honey” would make this recipe sugar-free, with the exception of the natural sugar in the fruit.)

1 teaspoon alcohol-free vanilla extract

2 teaspoons cinnamon


Making It:

  1. Preheat the oven to 375 degrees.
  2. Put all of the fruit into a 9×13 baking dish and mix them together.
  3. Mix the almond flour, ghee, honey, and cinnamon together using a fork. Smoosh the ghee as you go so that it mixes well. Continue this until the topping is crumbly. You can do this in a food processor if it’s too difficult with a fork.
  4. Pour the topping over the fruit.
  5. Bake for 30 minutes, or until golden brown on top.


Food Bloggers Challenge

This week’s challenge ingredient was blueberries. Check out some more recipes in the linky below.


  1. We love crumble, and this recipe is much healthier than ours! :) Looks yummy!!
    Gena recently posted…Grab Some Healthy & Delicious Organic Sambazon Juices and SmoothiesMy Profile

  2. We just bought 5 gallons of strawberries this past weekend. I wish I had seen this before I froze them all!

  3. This looks delicious and easy to put together. Great for an active summer day. Love the colors for the up coming holidays!
    Bonnie recently posted…Summer Nights in the Ozarks Throwback Thursday #Bloggers Link Up!My Profile

  4. It looks really yummy.
    Patty recently posted…Lemon Curd and Blueberry Mini Pies – RecipeMy Profile

  5. Yum! This looks really good!

  6. Yummy! I love that you could switch out the fruits if you want. Looks great!
    Laura recently posted…Easy Blueberry Syrup RecipeMy Profile

  7. This looks great, I love desserts with fresh fruit


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