Cherry crumble

This cherry crumble has sweet juicy cherries hiding under a golden crunchy top. Grab your spoon and some ice-cream and you are set.

Caramel peach crumble

This healthy caramel peach crumble will have the whole family coming back for more. Everyone thinks that fruit crumbles are healthy, but they can hide lashings of butter and too much sugar. This crumble recipe lets you have your crumble and your health too!

Gluten-free apple crumble

Apple crumble is one of the best and easiest desserts you can make on a wintry night. Now those with an intolerance to gluten can still enjoy the crumbly topping with this recipe that replaces wheat flour with rice flour and almond meal. Clever and delicious.

Apple pie filling

Apple pie filling is a great way to use up excess apples at the end of the season. With cinnamon, nutmeg and mixed spice added, you can use it to fill a pie, make apple turnovers and crumbles or just serve it up with ice cream.

Jammy granola clusters

These sweet, golden and slightly chewy clusters are delicious over yoghurt for breakfast, by the handful for morning tea, crumbled over ice cream and/or poached fruit for dessert or stirred through a breakfast muffin.

Fast peach and pear crumble

This crumble recipe is easy, fast and can be thrown together from ingredients already in your pantry for those unexpected guests. You can substitute any fruit for the peaches and pears used here and it takes little time to mix all crumble ingredients together and bake to a golden crunch.

Apple crumble

Apple crumble is so easy to make, it can hardly be called cooking. This apple crumble recipe makes a great winter dessert, served with ice cream or cream, and contains cloves, allspice and brown sugar. The crumble forms when baked in a hot oven.

Mini apple crumbles

These mini apple crumbles baked in ramekins are not only cheap to make but easy, too! This recipe makes four individual portions to serve with cream or ice cream for a mouth-watering dessert.