apple, pear & berry crumble

Crumbles are just one of those classic mid-week desserts I love to make. They’re so simple to prepare, and they taste so warming and delicious. I’ve always found them to be a fairly healthy dessert too, as they’re made from mostly fruit with just a few added touches of decadence!

What I love most about this recipe, is that it makes the ‘classic’ crumble even easier, as its topping is made from a ready prepared granola. This way, all I have to do is chop up the fruit, add in some maple, coconut butter and cinnamon, then pour the granola on top! It honestly saves so much hassle, which is great when you’re tired after a long day.

For the granola topping, I used Planet Organic’s new Raw Chocolate Granola. It’s bitter chocolate taste paired perfectly with the sweetness of the fruit, and added a lovely subtle chocolate flavour to the dessert. I’ve tried making it with other granolas too, and it also tasted amazing with Planet Organic’s Sweet Greens Granola. So, feel free to use any type of granola you like! I love to use Planet Organic’s Raw Granolas, as they are grain free and made from a mixture of different nuts, seeds and dried fruit. They honestly taste so amazing – and they give a really different texture to the crumble that’s so delicious.

I was fortunate enough to have received these granolas as a gift from Planet Organic, alongside some of their other products to try too.

planet organic products

I was so happy to have been able to try all of these delicious treats, as I love Planet Organic, and it’s always been a dream of mine to work with them! Everything was so beautifully made, and I devoured the chocolate goji berries and almonds within a few minutes of opening the box! They were the best raw chocolate snacks I have ever tried. I almost ate the whole box of raw salted caramel rawkin’ roons in one sitting too – they are seriously addictive. I loved each and every one of their products.

So, when it came to making this crumble, I couldn’t wait to feature Planet Organic’s products! I’ve also made a video for the recipe, which you can watch below. I hope you enjoy it!

apple, pear and berry crumble

serves about 4


2  apples (300g)

1 pear (150g)

1/2 cup (85g) raspberries (or other berry e.g. blueberries)

1 tbsp tiana’s cooking coconut butter, melted

2 tbsp maple syrup

1/4 tsp cinnamon

1 cup (150g) granola – I used Planet Organic’s Raw Chocolate



  1. Firstly, peel and core the apples and pear. Then, chop them into small cubes, about 1-2cm size. Then, using a fork or potato masher, mash up the raspberries. When this is done, add all of the fruit into a heatproof dish and stir together.
  2. Next, pour the maple syrup, coconut butter and cinnamon on top. Then, stir everything together again before adding the dish into the oven. Add the crumble into the oven, and bake for about 30 minutes until the fruit has softened.
  3. After 30 minutes has passed, remove the dish from the oven and scatter the granola on top. Then, move the crumble back into the oven and bake for a final 5-10 minutes or so, until golden. When the crumble has baked, remove it from the oven and serve.

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32 thoughts on “apple, pear & berry crumble

  1. This is definitely a classic recipe, and it looks delicious. I love your video! I just posted my first yesterday and I learned a lot from watching yours. Thanks, Harriet.

    1. Thank you so much Linda! So glad you like the video too! 😀

  2. Crumble is such a classic winter dessert, and so comforting too. I love that you have topped yours with granola too – such a fab idea.

    1. Definitely! Thank you so much 😀

  3. This looks amazing, and yay for granola! I think I still have some coconut butter hanging out…somewhere… I’ll have to go find it so I can make this! <3

    1. I love granola! Thank you! I hope you like it! <3

  4. I loved your video Harriet! Your doggy looks seriously jealous 😀 This crumble sounds great, the chocolate granola on top sounds like a very, very tasty idea!

    1. Hehe, it was so funny! I would have given her some but she can’t have the chocolate that’s in the granola!!! Thank you!

  5. Well I just love the granola idea! Extra crunchy and perfect and DELISH!

  6. yum, this crumble looks fantastic Harriet!

  7. I love this crumble – that bitter chocolate and sweet fruit combo sounds absolutely fabulous! I also love the video and love your accent, Harriet! 🙂

    1. Thank you sooooo much Shashi! <3

  8. There’s nothing more delicious than a crumble. And I absolutely love that cast iron pan you put it in as well… so delicious. Beautiful post. I hope you and your family have a wonderful holiday.

    Kia / KTS

    1. I love crumbles. Thank you so much Kia, you too!! <3

  9. Sounds delicious! I’ve never tried chocolate as a topping before, definitely need to make this. I love the combination or apple and pears together.

    1. Thank you Eden! I love apple and pear together too 😀

  10. Wow this crumble looks amazing! Looks like it would taste good on top of anything…i can’t wait to try it!

    1. Thank you so much! 😀

  11. Woah. This looks INSANE! Pear + apple is one of my favorite fruit combos!

    1. Hehe, thank you Liz! Me too!

  12. this looks so good! I love that soft and sweet baked fruit topped with a crunchy crumble topping! and the video was GREAT! your pupperz is adorable!!! 😉 is he/she a jack russell? kinda looks like my pup but in a different color! CUTE-ness!

    1. Thank you so much Michele! Yes she is! She’s a jack russell x fox terrier 😀

  13. Oh this crumble sounds so good! I love the combination of fruit. I think I could devour this for breakfast right about now!

    1. Thank you so much Gayle!

  14. Looks so good! I love all the flavors in this crumble and that video – the cutest!!

    1. Thank you so much Ami!! 😀

  15. This crumble looks so delicious! I loved your video and the flavors in here sound amazing!

    1. Thank you so much Kelly!

  16. I love how simple this is Harriet!! It’s so pretty and festive and I love the fruit and chocolate granola you added on top! What a perfect dish for a healthy dessert or breakfast!

  17. I came over to Yum but I can’t find your Yum button. Thought I would tell you in person who delicious this looks instead.
    Thanks for sharing
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