This gluten free berry crisp loaded with oats, raspberries, blueberries, and marionberries is the best way to celebrate the end of summer produce.
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A Last Minute Recipe
When your dad sends you home from a weekend visit with four baskets of overripe berries, you make a crumble.
And when you're husband and close friends try and demand you write a recipe for said crumble, you do it.
This recipe was one of those that wasn't on my blog schedule, wasn't on my radar for the next year of content, and yet, it was so good, it had to happen!
So here I am, writing a last minute blog post, for the best last minute gluten free berry crumble I've ever made.
Crumbles, Crisps, and Cobblers
If you've ever made a crumble, crisp, or cobbler, you know the concept is pretty simple.
You start with some delicious fruit (today we're using a blend of berries). The next step is where things start to clarify between the three different kinds of desserts.
While they all use some kind of baked pastry on top, today what we're making is considered a crip because we're using oats in our topping!
Here's the breakdown on the three desserts:
Cobbler - fruit topped with some kind of buscuit like topping
Crumble - frut topped with a flour, sugar, butter mix
Crisp - fruit topped with a flour, sugar, butter mix, with oats
So now that we've clarified the difference between the three, let's get to baking this delicious gluten free berry crisp!
A 3 Step Gluten Free Berry Crisp
- Rinse, drain, and mix your berries with some sugar, lemon juice, and cornstarch
- Mix your oats, flour, sugar, baking soda, and salt. Layer ⅔ of your mixture and par-bake
- Layer with berries and remaining oat mixture. Bake and enjoy with a scoop (or 3) of vanilla ice cream!