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blueberry + basil crumble

Blueberry + Basil Crumble

Last week, I found my perfect summer dinner party dessert. I have been searching for a recipe for a long time to serve when we have friends over that tastes amazing, is healthy, comes together easily, and looks spectacular. That’s not too much to ask from a dessert. Right?

Enter in my new (and soon to be legendary!) blueberry basil crumble. We made it one night and Matt was quick to inform me that he would say yes to anything I asked, if only he could have more of this dessert. The next night we served it to friends. Everyone loved it!

You can make the entire thing ahead of time for easy party prep. Serve the crumble in ramekins or miniature Weck containers for a fabulous dinner party treat.

Blueberry + Basil Crumble

To make the recipe you will need; 2 pints of blueberries, 1/4 cup fresh basil, 1 lemon, 1 cup almond flour, 1/2 cup chopped almonds, 1/4 cup coconut oil (melted), 2 tbsp maple syrup, 1 tbs nutmeg, 1 tbs cinnamon, and a pinch of salt.

Blueberry + Basil Crumble

Blueberry + Basil Crumble

Blueberry + Basil Crumble

Before jumping into the recipe, I knew I wanted our containers to have a bit of style. I used a length of pom poms and a small dab of hot glue to adhere the trim to our jars. They look more festive this way and it really accentuates the specialness of the dessert.

Once the jars get cleaned out, the trimmed containers can have a great second life as cute pencil holders for the office.

Blueberry + Basil Crumble

Before filling the jars, we used a small spray of Pam inside each. I use Pam often in our everyday cooking. Using it for these sweets allows guests to scoop out the dessert easily and makes clean up a cinch. Since I like to cook desserts in pretty containers and odd-shaped vintage pieces often – having the sprayed layer inside makes my clean up job much easier.

Blueberry + Basil Crumble

To make the blueberry basil crumble; combine blueberries, chopped basil and the juice from one lemon together in a bowl, toss to combine. Fill the containers with this mixture.

Then combine all other ingredients in a bowl and mix with a fork until combined. Top each fruit mixture with the crumble. You can do all this ahead of time. Just leave the crumbles to sit in the fridge until ready to serve.

Blueberry + Basil Crumble

When you are ready to serve the treat – preheat the oven to 350 degrees and stick the glass containers inside. Cook for 30 minutes and serve hot – with a side of ice cream. Your guests will love you for it!

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Compensation was provided by ConAgra. The opinions expressed and the recipe are mine and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of ConAgra.

  1. Stephanie

    25 July

    Gosh I love those little jars and ANYTHING that makes a dinner party run smoother gets a big thumbs up from me. I love the combination of herbs in desserts, this is an idea I will definitely be trying. Thanks.

  2. These look absolutely perfect! I love dessert in jars (no joke, I even wanted to open up a pie in a jar company once) and this looks like the perfect summer recipe! Pinned and definitely going to try this out :)

  3. This looks and sounds absolutely delicious! Crumble, blueberries, and basil … I’m sold!

  4. Dotti Matyi

    29 July

    Pam even has a new coconut oil spray now, yumm!

  5. Really good dessert, I`m going to try it too. Looks heavenly delicious. Also, I adore blueberries. Thanks for this recipe.

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