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Peach Blueberry Crumbles

Well today you are in for a treat. Two awesome recipes from two great ladies, Ina Garten and Ellie Krieger.
A little of this…Nothing screams summertime like a Blueberry Peach Crumble (don't forget the scoop of vanilla ice cream!)

and a little of that…

If you are a reader of this blog, then I’m sure you know by now that I’m a big fan of both ladies and am often cooking up their recipes. Which is why I’m a member of two cooking groups – Barefoot Bloggers and Craving Ellie in my Belly. These groups are dedicated to making their recipes and sharing them with each other. This month was a little extra special for me because it was finally my turn to choose one of July’s Barefoot Blogger recipes! It didn’t take me too long to pick Peach Blueberry Crumbles, I was in the mood for a summery dessert, and since I’m not a very talented “baker”, a fruit crumble was exactly what I had in mind.

Nothing screams summertime like a Blueberry Peach Crumble (don't forget the scoop of vanilla ice cream!)
Right now in Florida, peaches and blueberries are everywhere. I love this time of year, there is an abundance of in-season fruit at the farmer’s markets and grocery stores. While my sister in law Jamie and I were preparing this dessert we were loving the sweet smell of the peaches cooking. We made these for 4th of July and couldn’t wait to get the fireworks going so we could enjoy our dessert while watching them.

Nothing screams summertime like a Blueberry Peach Crumble (don't forget the scoop of vanilla ice cream!)
The crumbles were very easy to make and I followed the recipe to a tee. It helped that Jamie was there and did most of the measuring while I handled the fruit part. If you know me, I’m not big on measuring which is why baking is not really my thing. The good thing with making a crumble or a crisp is that you can fudge the measuring up a bit without messing it up to much. 😉

Hope all the Barefoot Bloggers enjoyed this recipe as much as we did!

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Peach Blueberry Crumble

Yield: 5-6 servings

Ingredients:

 

For the fruit

  • 2 tsp grated lemon zest
  • 2 tbsp freshly squeezed lemon juice
  • 1/2 cup granulated sugar
  • 1/4 cup all-purpose flour
  • 1 cup fresh blueberries (1/2 pint)

For the Crumble

  • 1 cup all-purpose flour
  • 1/2 cup granulated sugar
  • 1/4 cup light brown sugar, lightly packed
  • 1/2 tsp kosher salt
  • 1/4 tsp ground cinnamon
  • 1/4 lb (1 stick) cold unsalted butter, diced
  • 2 lbs firm, ripe peaches (6-8 peaches)

Directions:

  1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Immerse the peaches in boiling water for 30 seconds to 1 minute, until their skins peel off easily. Place them immediately in cold water. Peel the peaches, slice them into thick wedges, and place them in a large bowl. Add the lemon zest, lemon juice, granulated sugar, and flour. Toss well. Gently mix in the blueberries. Allow the mixture to sit for 5 minutes. Spoon the mixture into ramekins or custard cups.
  3. For the topping, combine the flour, granulated sugar, brown sugar, salt, cinnamon, and the butter in the bowl of an electric mixer fitted with a paddle attachment. Mix on low speed until the butter is the size of peas. Rub the mixture with your fingertips until it’s in big crumbles, then sprinkle evenly over the fruit. Place the ramekins on a sheet pan lined with parchment paper and back for 40 to 45 minutes, until the tops are browned and crisp and the juices are bubbly. Serve warm or at room temperature. If you want to make these early, store the unbaked crumbles int he refrigerator and bake before dinner.

Recipe by Ina Garten, Barefoot Contessa at Home

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Nothing screams summertime like a Blueberry Peach Crumble (don't forget the scoop of vanilla ice cream!)

This week’s Craving Ellie in my Belly recipe is Oven Baked Onion Rings chosen by one of my very favorite food bloggers Mary Ann from Meet Me in the Kitchen! I have been following Mary Ann’s blog since the beginning of my life as a blogger and she amazes me with her constant cooking and baking, everything she makes looks so delicious and you will leave her blog hungry for sure.

(We had our onion rings with awesome Honey-Teriyaki Chicken)

We loved these onion rings!! Why haven’t I made them before is all I kept thinking while I was eating them. I had to change up the original recipe a bit so that I could use what I had on hand. I subbed panko for the crushed baked potato chips and instead of buttermilk used some Oikos plain Greek yogurt (thanks for the coupons Oikos!!) thinned with some nonfat milk. I loved the kick from the cayenne in the breading and loved even more how crunchy they turned out – I used the air baking method that I use whenever I am baking anything breaded. These onion rings will definitely be making an appearance in my kitchen again!

You can find Ellie Krieger’s original recipe for Oven Baked Onion Rings on Food Network. Here is my version of it:

Oven Baked Onion Rings
Recipe adapted from Ellie KriegerCooking spray
4 cups panko
1/2 teaspoon cayenne
1/2 cup plain Greek yogurt
1/2 cup non fat milk
1/2 cup plus 2 tablespoons whole wheat flour
salt and fresh ground black pepper to taste
1 to 2 large Vidalia onions, peeled Preheat the oven to 450 degrees F.

Place a cooking rack in large rimmed baking sheet and set aside. Place panko in a shallow bowl, add cayenne, salt and pepper to taste, and set aside. In another bowl, combine Greek yogurt, nonfat milk, 2 tablespoons of flour, salt and pepper and set aside. Slice onions into 1/2-inch circles and separate into rings, keeping only large, whole rings (reserve rest of onions for other uses).

Place the remaining flour in a sealable plastic bag, then add onions, and shake to coat. Dip onions 1 at a time into the yogurt mixture, then dip into panko and place on rack in baking sheet. Spray cooking spray evenly over rings and bake for 20 minutes, or until coating is crisp. Season with salt, to taste, and serve immediately.

 

 

Nothing screams summertime like a Blueberry Peach Crumble (don't forget the scoop of vanilla ice cream!)

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60 comments on “Peach Blueberry Crumbles”

  1. Both of these recipes look fabulous. I have made a few peach crisps already this season, but no crumbles! I love the juices spilling over the sides of yours. Josh is a huge onion ring fan and I am yet to try this Ellie baked version. Thank you for pointing it out! I will have to put it on the to make list!

  2. Yum! I'll have to try to the onion rings, since we love the fried kind in the summertime!

  3. Thank you for the great pick this month. As we had no peaches, I used pears and it was still completely fantastic. Your photos make me want to try the peach ones when summer rolls around.

  4. I was thinking that you could probably substitute panko on the rings. Good to know it turned out fabulous. Great pics- especially the one of you holding the onion ring!
    I love the crumble too. Isn't all the fresh fruit great?

  5. I love that Onion rings recipe. Thanks for sharing!

  6. The onion rings were awesome and they are going to be making regular appearances here, too. The crumble looks FANTASTIC!! I love that first shot of it. Very tempting.

  7. Aggie,

    Readers of this blog….you must make the Peach & Blueberry Crumble. It was so GOOD! I made it again while visiting my husband's family and everybody loved it. I plan on making it again this weekend.

    Your onion rings look really good too. Much healthier than frying.

  8. It all looks so good! The chicken too!

  9. Your onion rings look perfect. I had trouble with my chips not sticking to the rings. Loved the crumble – oh so sweet though. Next time I think I will back off on the sugar a bit.

  10. I love the individual crumbles – so cute!
    Thanks for sharing!

  11. Wow, both these recipes look great! I can't wait to try the onion ring recipe…my hubby loves those!

  12. This was a fun choice and a huge hit at our house. I know what you mean about measuring- I love to bake but I'll admit I'm not the biggest fan of measuring!

    I need to try those onion rings, yum!

  13. Both of these look amazing!! That peach crumble is calling my name! Yum!!

  14. The crumble was awesome–thanks for picking such a great recipe!

  15. Aggie, I'm glad that you picked this easy dessert for my first Barefoot Blogger's particiation. It was very easy and delicious! Your closeup of your onion ring is amazing. This is a lot healthier than deep fried onion rings, and they do look worthy of a try.

    Debby

  16. Awesome pictures; the onion rings look good with the panko on them. That's a great way for me to not have a bag of chips around lol

  17. The color on your rings is very interesting. Must be the yogurt vs. buttermilk. Look delicious, either way though!

    Oh and I don't think its necessary to point out how the crumbles are… is there?

  18. Thanks for choosing this, we loved how delicious this turned out! I used ramekins too.

  19. Thanks for choosing the great crumble recipe. I enjoyed making something with fruit that is in season. Delicious!

  20. Wow! Oven baked rings?! My hubby and I love onion rings and only have them once in a blue moon, but now! We can have them…….often. I'm really happy about this recipe. Thank you!
    Dana Zia
    http://danazia.wordpress.com/

  21. Those recipes look awesome! Particularly the onion rings, I'm going to have to try them out.

  22. Never seen putting the onions in yogurt bath. They look so delicious and so much healthier than you traditional o-ring.

  23. Thanks for choosing such a great BB recipe! I had fun with it! Hmmmmm, those onion rings look rather tasty too!!

  24. I have to try the baked onion rings, what a great way to enjoy them. That crumble is fabulous!

  25. those onion rings look INSANE!! Adding to my list. 🙂

  26. Ooh, everything looks so good!

    I've made oven-fried onion rings, but your recipe looks better than the one I used. Great idea to use thinned Greek yogurt to replace buttermilk. It never makes sense to buy a quart of buttermilk when I only need a cup or so.

  27. Thanks for such a great pick. This recipe is definitely going in my keeper recipe file. The onion rings look great too.

  28. Wow, two amazing recipes! I love the individual serving size of the crumbles. Cannot go wrong with that. And onion rings… my keyboard is getting drooled on again.

  29. Great choice on the crumble! We loved it! Your onion rings look delectable as well!

  30. I would have used panko instead of potato chips too. They look great… so crunchy… but not grease-laden like onion rings usually are.

    And the crumble looks delicious too!

  31. Thank you for the perfect pick this month! It was so good….

  32. Thanks for a great selection Aggie! The crisp was yummy!! I am very impressed by the look of those onion rings-I'll have to give those a try..they don't look greasy like onions rings usually do.

  33. Both recipes look and sound amazing. I've made the crumble and love it. I'm tempted now by the baked onion rings.

  34. FABULOUS choice for the Crumble Aggie – Kyle and I both LOVED it!!!

  35. Great choice! This recipe is definitely a keeper.

  36. Great choice!! Thanks!

    Maybe I'll try the onion rings too!

  37. Great choice for Barefoot Bloggers, Aggie! This was really easy to make, and tasted great.
    Yours are beautiful!

  38. Both look absolutely delicious!! I still have to get used to making something for Barefoot Bloggers every two weeks….

  39. I'll have to try the panko next time…..we really liked this recipe in my house too!
    Great blog!

  40. First of all, peach and blueberry in a dessert is one of my favorite combinations! Your crumble looks fantastic! Second of all, I've had the recipe for Oven Baked Onion Rings saved on my computer for a long time but have been hesitant to try them since I never have luck with getting the crust to stick to onion rings – yours look great!!! I will have to try this recipe!

  41. wow, both look amazing- esp the crumble with the berry juice running down the side. yum!

  42. I love the air baking method! I am not a big fan of frying – hate to clean up the mess!!

    I made Cornmeal crusted fish sticks with the air baking method and loved them.

  43. ooooo, panko is a great idea. I will remember that next time I go to make these and realize I have no chips (it has happened). Everything looks great as usual.

  44. my mouth is watering!! i want to gobble them both up! i remember watching ellie make those onion rings, but now you've really got me sold!

  45. I'm glad you tried the panko crumbs … if they turned out as crispy and tasty as the potato chip crumbs, then I would prefer to use them next time. Your pictures are excellent … your crumble makes me wanna eat sweet right now!!

  46. thanks so much for the great BB pick this month. I made two small ones and they were perfect for a summer dessert.

  47. I love the individual crumbles!!! I love them year round. Those BAKED onion rings are perfect!

  48. I've never seen Onion rings look more divine than what you have done with them… do you thin Panko flakes are a must to get this result? And the Baked crumbles..oh my goodness…

  49. Both look awesome.I can't wait to try the onion rings as I never have baked them before. Actually I have never made onion rings before because i don't deep fry and didn't realize they would be good baked.

  50. mmm.great post Aggie! I love to air bake

  51. That crumble looks so delicious!!

  52. by stay at home mom you mean housewife?

  53. The crumble was soo good! I think I will try the onion rings.

  54. WOW! Aggie, your kids are the luckiest kids in the world to have someone create such scrumptious food! I need to try those onion rings!

    P.S. Stay home moms rock! (not that working moms don't rock too, but you know what I mean!)

  55. Yummmmmmmy! Aggie, this looks great!

  56. Thanks for the great recipe pick! I loved the crumbles.

  57. Those onion rings look so good! I have to try them.

  58. Great dessert girls. I want to try your recipe, this picture it’s not enough for me;) Many thanks and I wish you many culinary successes.

  59. Thank you for sharing these recipes. I can’t wait to try them. Do you think you could substitute frozen peaches for fresh?

    • Hi! I think frozen would work fine. I would defrost them first and get rid of the extra water from them defrosting before putting them into the ramekins. Let me know if you try it!