Fresh Blueberry Crumble | Practical Paleo | Diane Sanfilippo

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  1. I keep seeing this in Practical Paleo and wanting to make it! I think I will, soon! Love the similar recipes from other bloggers. Either you had it before and I just didn’t notice or it’s new. Either way, great idea. Snd way to spread the love!

  2. I keep seeing this in Practical Paleo and wanting to make it! I think I will, soon! Love the similar recipes from other bloggers. Either you had it before and I just didn’t notice or it’s new. Either way, great idea. Snd way to spread the love!

  3. So simple! Blueberries have been on sale lately, so this recipe is one of the next in the chamber so to speak… Good stuff!

      1. In the recipe it says to sub green apples instead of blueberries to make it 21DSD friendly; that’s why I was asking if the maple syrup was allowed.

      1. In the recipe it says to sub green apples instead of blueberries to make it 21DSD friendly; that’s why I was asking if the maple syrup was allowed.

  4. I have made this easy crumble recipe a few times and really love it, as did everyone else who got to partake! It was amazing this past summer with freshly-picked blueberries. I’m wondering which fall fruits to try – maybe a mix of persimmon and apple?

  5. I have made this easy crumble recipe a few times and really love it, as did everyone else who got to partake! It was amazing this past summer with freshly-picked blueberries. I’m wondering which fall fruits to try – maybe a mix of persimmon and apple?

  6. Could this be made with coconut flour instead of almond flour? Having a very hard time finding the almond flour in my local grocery stores

  7. Could this be made with coconut flour instead of almond flour? Having a very hard time finding the almond flour in my local grocery stores

    1. Make your own! Super easy.. Just roast some almonds in the oven for 10 minutes on 325 degrees and then toss them in a food processor. Voila! Almond meal!!

  8. I just tried the recipe, the top was too done and the berries not cooked after 20 min. I turned the heat down to 250 and baked it another 10 minutes to cook the berries. I had another recipe where I baked the berries first for 15-20 min then added the crumble for 15 min.. Started to do that this time, but followed this recipe instead. I will be looking for the other recipe.

    1. I had the same experience, the top burned after 35 mins at 375 convection oven…I will give it another try but leave it in for 25 mins unchecked

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  10. Made this yesterday and loved it! I left out the maple syrup from the crumble and it was still sweet from all the blueberries. However, next time I’m going to double or triple the crumble part. I was left with a lot of empty spots, making it look more like a bunch of blueberry jam in a baking dish! 🙂 I will definitely try this again! Thanks!

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  13. I had some fresh blueberries, strawberries and blackberries, so I made this as a mixed berry crumble and omitted the maple syrup since my berries were all fresh. Not a bite was left!

  14. I just tried this recipe and was disappointed it was too buttery! and I had hardly any topping it was awful. Don’t know what I did wrong

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