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Mixed Berry Crumble Recipe

Prep time

5 min

Cook time

15-20 minutes

Origin

United Kingdom

Imagine biting into a warm, fruity filling accentuated with the tang of balsamic vinegar, fresh basil, and a hint of spiciness from ginger powder. Now, combine that with a buttery, crisp crumble on top and a choice of your favorite creamy accompaniment. Drooling yet? This mixed berry crumble brings a classic British dessert right into the heart of your kitchen. It's comfort in a dish!


Whipping up a mixed berry crumble is a laid-back affair, requiring just the right mix of ingredients and a bit of time in the oven. The aroma as it bakes is a promise of the goodness to come. The crumble topping, made with butter, flour, and a hint of sweetness, adds a satisfying crunch to every bite, creating a perfect balance of textures.

While the focus is still on the berries and the tasty baked crumble, what makes this recipe a bit more special is the use of a few unconventional ingredients that elevate the dish above just pure comfort food. The sweet, tangy flavour of balsamic vinegar and a hint of basil in the berry base pair with the ginger powder to play on your palate.


Whether you're a dessert enthusiast or just someone with a sweet tooth, this mixed berry crumble recipe will take you on a tasty journey.

Mixed Berry Crumble Recipe

  • 12oz/450g Mixed Berries
  • 2 Tbsp Balsamic Vinegar
  • 5 Basil leaves
  • 2 Tbsp Water
  • 3.5oz/100g Flour
  • 2.5oz/75g Butter
  • 3.5oz/100g Granulated Sugar
  • 1.5 Tsp Ginger Powder
  • Cream/Ice Cream/Yogurt/Custard (for serving)

Mixed Berry Crumble Directions

The Mixed Berry Crumble Recipe below is made for the Revolve Pizza oven, but you can also make it by using a frying pan to cook the berries and an ovenproof dish to bake the crumble at 200 degrees Celsius (400F).

Step 1

Place your mixed berries on the deep dish side of the Revolve Cast Iron pan. Mix in with balsamic vinegar, basil leaves, and a touch of water.

Step 2

Cook in the (Revolve) Oven at maximum heat for about 5 minutes or until the berries meld into a lush, sticky jam. Add a bit of water if your berries seem to dry up while cooking.

Step 3

As your berries cook, prepare the crumble: In a mixing bowl, combine flour, sugar, and butter. Use your fingers in a rubbing motion until the mixture resembles coarse breadcrumbs. Season the crumble with ginger powder.

Step 4

Once the berry base is ready, evenly spread the crumble topping over it. Seal the pan with its lid and pop it back into the Revolve Oven.

Step 5

Set it to a low heat and let the crumble bake for approximately 10 minutes. You're looking for a golden-brown crust that's perfectly crisp.

Step 6

Serve piping hot and pair with a chilled scoop of ice cream, fresh yogurt, or creamy custard. Conversely, cool the crumble and accompany it with warm custard for a delightful contrast.

Make it your own!

The nice thing about crumbles is that you can use a wide variety of berries and fruits to make your crumble. Another classic is to use apple. You could for example make an apple crumble and replace the balscamic vinegar and basil with some cinnamon and brown sugar and use oats for the crumble.

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