A very simple berry keto crumble recipe that is so easy, anybody can make it!
While I not so patiently await the results of my SIBO test, I have been able to reintroduce low fructose fruits back into my diet which means I am all about the berries! Move over apple crumble – I’ve never really been an apple fan, it’s probably one of the fruits I use the least in my recipes actually so a delicious warm berry crumble sounds much more to my liking.
Gluten Free Keto Crumble
This recipe is absolutely gluten free, sugar free and of course, gut friendly! I have sweetened using the stevia blend from Naturally Sweet Australia. I just love their products and they have recently launched a new range of monk fruit drops which are divine! Check out the website here and use code BLONDE10 for a little discount.
This is as simple as it gets my friends! If you are having a little sweet craving after dinner, whack the oven on, get those frozen berries out, toss with some coconut flour, chia seeds and stevia, prepare your crumble, assemble into a mini skillet or baking dish and bake in the oven for approximately 20 minutes. I like to let the keto crumble sit and cool for about 10 minutes before serving as I believe the perfect serving temperature is warm and toasty as opposed to piping hot and burn your taste buds – no, no, we don’t want that!
Ingredients for Keto Crumble
Berries – I tend to opt for frozen when making this recipe but if you have fresh berries available to you, they can certainly be used in this keto crumble.
Stevia – Replacing the sugar used in a traditional crumble recipe with a high quality stevia blend makes this a low carb and keto friendly option.
Coconut flour and Almond meal – A combination of these flour alternatives makes the perfect crumble topping (totally gluten free).
Chia seeds – these fabulous little seeds filled with omega 3’s thicken up the berry base and add some fibre to the recipe.
Butter – I always opt for grass fed better which can be found in most supermarkets. It is slightly more expensive however a much better option for our bodies and the environment.
How to make this Keto Crumble Recipe
- Combine the base ingredients.
- Prepare the crumble topping.
- Add everything to a skillet or oven proof dish.
- Bake for 8-10 minutes, until golden on top.
- Allow to cool for 10 minutes before serving.
*For the full list of ingredients, quantities and instructions, see the recipe card further along in this post.
How to store leftovers
If you have any leftovers, they can be easily and safely stored in an airtight container in the fridge for up to five days. If you will consume the remaining keto crumble in the same day, then you can actually just place the mini skillet straight into the fridge and reheat when you are ready to consume, however I do not recommend doing this if you will not be consuming the leftovers in the same day that you make the recipe.
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Keto Crumble | Berry
- Preheat oven to 160C fan forced 170C regular
- Prepare the base by combining stevia, coconut flour and chia seeds, then add berries and stir well.
- Transfer berry mix to small baking dish and spread evenly.
- Prepare crumble by mixing coconut flour stevia and baking powder together. Add butter and combine well.
- Top the berry mixture with crumble and bake for 8-10 minutes, until golden brown on top.
- Remove from the oven and allow to cool for 10 minutes before serving.
- I used a mix of frozen blueberries, raspberries and strawberries – delicious!
- No need to defrost the berries prior to cooking.
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You might also love my healthy berry smoothie recipe, both are great recipes to make while berries are in season and cheap to buy. Find the recipe here.
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