Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Choc Berry Crumble

Berry bake round 2! Who says you can't eat dessert? Not me! Despite appearances this is healthy. Low calorie, no added fat or sugar and tastes like heaven. This is a wonderful dessert- I've made it as a single serve because I have the cutest mini casserole dish ever but I'm sure you could just multiply the recipe to suit your needs.

Choc Berry Crumble
You know you want it, go on- enjoy!
Pre-baking
Post-baking
And a close up of the insides
2 tsp Cocoa powder (unsweetened)
1 cup frozen mixed berries
1 tbsp coconut flour
granulated stevia to taste
1 tbsp vanilla
  • thaw berries overnight
  • pre-heat oven to 180
  • drain the excess liquid from the berries
  • combine cocoa powder, vanilla and berries
  • press into baking dish
  • top with coconut flour (oat flour would work well too!) and stevia
  • bake at 180 for about 20 mins or until brown
  • enjoy! savour every bite with no guilt
This was perfect, the consistency was much better after draining the excess thawing liquid from the berries and the topping was crisp on top and doughy as it sunk deeper into the berries. I would be very happy to serve this to guests- it tasted amazing. 

I definitely like this better than the oaty topping version I posted yesterday but I'm not ready to give up on oats yet- I just know they can be great.

Hope you're all enjoying some dessert these holidays xxx
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4 comments:

  1. This is so cute! The casserole dish is the perfect color to go along with berries, too. Love it!

    Have you ever used coconut sugar? I've heard good things about it, but haven't tried it yet.

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  2. Cute casserole dish and that choc berry crumble looks so good! I will be trying that soon. :0)

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  3. Chocolate and berry is an awesome combination! Why have I never done that?? I also looove your little casserole dish! So cute!

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  4. oooo that really looks lovely!!

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