Start your morning with this easy to make blueberry crumble made with frozen berries. It’s perfect alongside a dollop of vanilla greek yogurt or even some whip cream. Or serve with vanilla ice cream for a decadent dessert.
Growing up, we very rarely had baked breakfast dishes. My dad was the king of breakfast, but his menu wasn’t diverse in the slightest. If we were lucky, we might get pancakes made from a box. Don’t get me wrong, I love a hearty breakfast of bacon, eggs, hashbrowns, and toast. I do! I also love sweet breakfasts fresh from the oven.
A while back I posted a recipe for Raspberry Sweet Rolls with Lime Cream Cheese Frosting. They weren’t easy, or quick, but they were heavenly. I especially like to make those breakfasts on the weekends when Chris is home. It kind of makes me feel like a housewife from the 50s, and I think a small part of my alter-ego enjoys that.
I have been trying my best to use up some of the stuff in our freezer before it gets freezer burnt. So this last weekend while Sydnee and Chris were still fast asleep on the floor, I whipped together this blueberry crumble made with frozen berries.
It was super easy. I stirred together my frozen blueberries, a little flour, sugar, lemon juice and salt right in my pie dish. After that, it was as easy as making the crumble topping. In no specific order, I tossed together flour, brown sugar, quick oats, chopped walnuts, cinnamon, salt and some butter. I spent 2-3 minutes mashing it all together with a fork to get the butter incorporated and get that “crumbly” texture. Then I sprinkled it over the blueberries and baked it for 40 minutes.
It came out smelling like a fresh baked pie, with the golden topping and all. I wanted to badly to eat it with ice cream but refrained and had it with some vanilla greek yogurt instead. Still, it was divine. In fact, it smelled so good that I kind of forgot to take a picture before serving myself a plate. Oops.
Blueberry Crumble made with Frozen Berries Recipe
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