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Peach Berry Crumble

This Peach Berry Crumble is full of summer’s best fruit! A simple, buttery oat and brown sugar topping is the perfect way to celebrate the fruits of the season.

Peach Berry Crumble Recipe

UPDATE 7/12/2017: This post was initially written in 2013. It was all about learning how to use a camera and how food photography can bring you readers. And that’s true.

But I’ll let you in on a little secret.

It’s kind of amazing that I add photos to my site at all. The original Peach Berry Crumble photos? Hilariously dark and terrible.

This recipe is super simple and quick though, so it was pretty easy to make and take a few non-terrible photos, though I will be the very first person to tell you that I am FOR SURE no photography expert.

I AM an expert in fruit cobblers and crumbles though. The Easiest Blackberry Cobbler? I have that covered. Peach Crumble Pie Bars? I have those, too! Mixed Berry Cobbler has an earthy, nutty crust, and Oatmeal Berry Crumb Bars are one of my fave recipes EVER. #crumbleexpert

Back when I started Sugar Dish Me I had exactly none in the way of knowledge about food blogs or social media or photos of anything besides my kids and dogs. My experience with internet recipes were sites like  Allrecipes, but really mostly I just cooked from a stack of magazines, books, and scrappy clippings hanging around, and more often than that off the top of my head.

Peach Berry Crumble Recipe

I started sharing here because people were always asking me how to make this or that, and because I wanted people to love being in the kitchen as much as I do. The writing part comes naturally to me. If you know me in real life, you know I talk a lot. So words on the page are just an extension of that for me.

Writing a food blog though? Getting people to really WANT to make the recipes you are so excited to share? Your food has to look pretty.

I can very vividly remember in the beginning being thrilled to death- like to the point that I called Chad at work all excited- about having 30 views a day on my site. Granted, 5 of them were probably me and the other 25 were probably my mom and sisters but whatever. I was super pumped that anyone at all cared what I had to say. Or make.

Peach Berry Crumble

But it wasn’t until I started paying more attention to the IMAGES that I really saw an increase in interest. The food you share has to LOOK like your reader wants to eat it!! And my oldest posts are a hot freaking mess. Don’t look. Promise you won’t.

Let me offer a disclaimer and be real here for a minute: I still pretty much have no idea what I’m doing when it comes to food photography. I do have a DSLR, and have some basic knowledge, but really I just always shoot in the same place in my house (when I originally wrote this post we were just dreaming of actually buying a house! You can read more about my original tiny ass food blog kitchen here) and know what settings work for me. In the beginning I would look at other food blogs and say, “Well they must have a gourmet kitchen,” or, “I can’t shop for fancy dishes at Anthropologie!,” or, “My camera isn’t good enough for this.”

Peach Berry Crumble Recipe

But here I am, still doing this sharing recipes on the internet thing in 2017.

And don’t worry: I didn’t forget about the Peach Berry Crumble. It is easy and amazing and you are gonna love it.

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Fresh peaches, strawberries, and blueberries are baked under a crumbly brown sugar and oatmeal topping. Served with a big scoop of ice cream this Peach Berry Crumble makes a perfect summer treat!
Serves: 4 - 6
  • Fruit Filling:
  • 4 cups fresh ripe peaches, peeled and sliced
  • 1½ cups fresh strawberries, hulled and sliced
  • 1½ cups fresh blueberries or blackberries
  • 1½ tablespoons granulated sugar
  • 1 tablespoon all purpose flour
  • pinch of salt
  • Crumble Topping:
  • 1 cup old fashioned oats
  • ½ cup packed light brown sugar
  • ¼ cup all purpose flour
  • ½ teaspoon cinnamon
  • ¼ teaspoon salt
  • 6 tablespoons softened butter
  1. Preheat the oven to 375°F and butter a 9 X 9 baking dish (8 X 8 works too. Or a pie plate).
  2. Toss the peaches and berries with the 1½ tablespoons granulated sugar, 1 tablespoon flour, and pinch of salt. Spread the mixture evenly across the prepared pan.
  3. In a large bowl combine the oats, brown sugar, flour, cinnamon, and salt. Add the butter in with your fingers to form a coarse crumbly topping.
  4. Spread the topping over the fruit and bake for 25-30 minutes. The topping will be golden and the fruit will be bubbly.
  5. Serve warm {with ice cream!!}.

This recipe was adapted from the Peach, Blueberry + Basil Crisp at How Sweet It Is.

You should also check out Strawberry Cheesecake Crumble bars from my friend, Nicole. they are LEGIT.

Other awesome cobbler and crumble recipes include…

Raspberry Apple Pie Recipe

Raspberry Apple Pie with Oatmeal Cookie Crumble

Orange and Blueberry Muffins with Brown Butter

Orange and Brown Butter Blueberry Muffins

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Sunday 21st of July 2013

you've made a crumble in the past I remember that topping!! So delicious looking...a tasty photograph indeed!

Hayley @ The Domestic Rebel

Thursday 11th of July 2013

Forreals, come to mama. Anything with 'crumble' in the title has me swooning.


Friday 12th of July 2013

Me too!!! Plus I really like 5 minutes recipes. Instant gratification.

Kim @ Soliloquy Of Food & Such

Thursday 11th of July 2013

I love the 3-fruit crumble! The last one I made, the dog got to it....ate the whole 12x9 pan. I'd like to think it was the best crumble he ever had, hopefully the only one.


Thursday 11th of July 2013

Hahahahaa that is a mess. I'm sure it was totally the best crumble he ever had. And hopefully the last.

Mr. & Mrs. P

Wednesday 10th of July 2013

Love crumbles cause they are not fussy and so easy to make.. Best part is we love the combination of a warm crumble with cold ice cream..