D and I are BIG fans of crumble. We're not picky about what type of crumble, be it Pear, Apple, Strawberry, Mixed Berry, Blueberry, Mango, Peach or any combination thereof. We make it for dessert and end up eating it for Breakfast. We have been known to make as many batches as there are days in a week. D is a major Carbivore and has a preference for sweet things at breakfast. I on the other hand lean more towards a Paleo persuasion but enjoy a sweet treat here and there. Crumble/Cobblers made of whole, natural and healthy ingredients are obviously a beautiful compromise for our vastly differing but mutually focused diets. 

And on that note I'm posting a recipe that is currently BLOWING OUR MINDS. It's SO simple. REALLY clean. and most importantly DELICIOUS! I found this recipe in a book I'm reading right now called "Everyday Paleo" by Sarah Fragoso. (Note: I WOULD post a picture but this stuff is akin to the Pokaroo... Its never seems to be around long enough to get an artful shot!)


3-4 Cups Fresh or Frozen Fruit (if using Berries I think 4 cups leaves a better ratio of crumble to Berries, which in OUR house IS a big deal.)

1 Egg

1 1/2 Cups Raw Almonds

2 Tbsps Fat (either Coconut Oil or Organic Butter)

2 Tbsps Cinnamon


Preheat the Oven to 350 Degrees.

In a 9" square baking dish put the Berries.

In your food processor, combine the Almonds, Egg, Fat and Cinnamon.

Press the crumble topping evenly over the top of the berries. (For this purpose I think Frozen works better as they are more compliant to the pressing out of the topping.)

Put it all in the oven for 30 minutes. When it's done let cool for 15 mins and DIVE ON IN!

I can feel the season shifting from "winter" into SPRING! and I'm getting pretty excited about longer days and the cherry blossom storm thats on the horizon but that being said THIS RECIPE has me SUPER excited for summer as I can already taste the fabulous combinations of summer fruits that will find their way into this dish!