I stopped by our local fruit stand the other day and picked up some blueberries and blackberries. I had no idea what I was going to use them for…until I found this gem at my local Grocery Outlet (I love that store!!). I think it was $1.75? What a steal!
I have made this super easy gluten free crumble over the years and I figured I should share it with you because its just so easy! I know that gluten free cake mix is probably not the best for you, as far as chemical additives go…but its just delicious! For people with gluten allergies and intolerance, it is a hand off sometimes….less gluten or less chemicals. Lets just say this is a special treat and shouldn’t be eaten all the time! Balance is the key!
The great thing about this recipe is that you can use the crumble/crust for any kind of fruit! I have done it with fresh cherries (over here in the tri cities, they are incredible in July!), Apples in the fall (add some Cinnamon and Nutmeg to the crust!) and peaches! You could do canned or fresh, which ever you prefer.
My gluten loving husband can never tell this is gluten free and is always shocked when I tell him that it is! I think that is a huge win! Gluten free foods can sometimes taste like a copy of a copy of a copy…and the textures are often off…but this one is on point!
- 1 box Betty Crocker Gluten Free Yellow Cake Mix
- 1.5 Sticks of melted Butter
- 1 cup Gluten Free Oats
- 4-5 cups Berries (either fresh or frozen) I used a mix of fresh & frozen blueberries & blackberries
- 4 tbsp Honey
- Whipped Cream for topping
- Put berries into a large bowl. Add 3 tbsp of cake mix to berries and stir. Pour berries into 8 x 11 (ish) baking dish. Drizzle honey over berries. In a large bowl, combine gluten free cake mix, melted butter & gluten free oats. Pour over berries and pat down lightly. Cook @ 350 degrees for 25 minutes. Top with whipping cream.
I get my gluten free oats at my local health food store or amazon.com. Quick & Easy!
I also just picked up this Washington Wild Honey….Its delish!
What are your favorite gluten free desserts? I would love to hear about them!