Summer Sangria Berry Crumble.
I’m eternally the girl who will eat all the crispy crumble off your dessert.
You know it.
With no shame either. If you have a plate in front of you I’ll probably just start spooning the crumble off of it if you aren’t fast enough. How rude.
A crumble like this can’t even sit on our counter or in our fridge for more than twenty minutes before I’m losing my mind over it and eating the topping. It needs to be triple wrapped so I don’t have the patience to unwrap it and get to the good stuff. It’s practically like banana bread. You bake it. It sits on your counter. And two hours later – POOF. It’s gone. Where did it go? No on knows.
But, if you eat it in small chunks and crumbs the calories don’t count. Truth.
I mean, who even cares about the fruit when there is a perfect topping like this?!
Well. Now I care about the fruit.
Because it’s soaked in WINE. It’s all sangria-y and plump and full of boozy love.
Remember last week when I instagrammed a boozy shot of fruit in a dish? This was that. Fruit in wine and liqueur, one gigantic dish of sangria flavored berries topped with crunchy goodness. The only thing better than drinking sangria is eating a plate along with your topped off goblet.
Hey want to hear something awesome?
What I didn’t instagram after that shot was how I was setting up to take this photo with THREE full glasses of sangria and a large VERY HEAVY square tile propped against the wall. What I also didn’t instagram was how when I went to grab my camera, the large VERY HEAVY square tile propped against the wall slammed face-first in my gorgeous FULL sangria glasses, shattering them into a perfect plate of crumble and leaving slivers of glass all over the floor for us to step in for the rest of eternity since they are impossible to find. And lots of red wine pouring down our white walls and even whiter baseboards. And in the crevices of tables and cracks of hardwood and basically all the places that are a nightmare to clean.
You be assured I had my fill of sangria crumble after that. It cures all things! Plus, it’s just so pretty.
Summer Sangria Berry Crumble
- 12 ounces blueberries
- 12 ounces red raspberries
- 12 ounces strawberries, halved or quartered
- 1 lime, freshly zested and juiced
- 3 tablespoons sugar
- 2 tablespoons flour
- 1/4 teaspoon salt
- 3 tablespoons red wine, whatever your favorite is, I used pinot noir
- 3 tablespoons grand marnier
- 1 1/3 cup oats
- 1 1/3 cup loosely packed brown sugar
- 1/2 cup flour
- 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
- 1/4 teaspoon salt
- 6 tablespoons unsalted butter, softened
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- vanilla ice cream for serving
- Preheat the oven to 375 degrees F. Add the strawberries, blueberries and raspberries to a baking dish (mine was about 8×11, but 9×13 is fine too). Add the lime zest and juice and gently toss with your hands. Stir together the sugar, flour and salt. Sprinkle it over the fruit and gently toss again. Allow it to sit for 10 minutes. Drizzle the wine and grand marnier over top.
- In a large bowl, combine the oats, sugar, flour, cinnamon and salt. Add in the butter and use your hands to evenly distrubute it thorughout the oat mixture. I take at least 5 full minutes and mix with my hands, making sure all of the crumble is moistened and, well… crumbly. You want all of the flour mixed in and everything combined. Add in the vanilla extract and combine again with your hands. Sprinkle it evenly over top of the fruit. Bake for 30 to 35 minutes, or until the crumble on top is golden and crunchy.
- Serve immediately with ice cream! (and sangria, duh.)
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84 Comments on “Summer Sangria Berry Crumble.”
That story is cracking me up! Is that the moment when you are like, omg, why is this my job! (and why don’t I have a cleaning service?)
I just made a fruit crisp the other day that I haven’t blogged about yet and yours is gorgeous! And can we talk about the sangria-infused theme…LOVE it! Pinned
I love sangria berry, this is my favorate, this recipe exactly i need for day, a sweet recipe for my health. Thank for shareing this, Jessica!
Do you think I could use white sangria?
yes i do!
Fantastic looking dessert! I love that red wine used for the crumble ;)
At least you have the dignity to use a spoon–I’d go at this with my fingers! So sorry to hear about the mess. What a royal pain, but at least you had this dessert to help you recover!
Oh noooooo. That sounds horrific. I have never tried to lean a tile against anything because I am terrified that will happen. Although that does happen with foam boards all the time and they always fall into a glorious pool of like tomato sauce or something that will stain/ruin it forever.
Love this! Such a creative take on crumble :)
Yikes!! Glad that you didn’t get hurt!! That brings new meaning to working hard to get the perfect picture :) This looks perfectly boozy and delicious! Love all of the red white and blue!!
I could so have this for breakfast – yummy! Gorgeous plate. :)
I’m a crumble picker, too. It must be so annoying to live with us! This looks amazing. I’m definitely craving sangria now.
i think we are twins. crumble pickers, makeup hoarders… ;)
Crumble is the best, and so is wine soaked fruit.
I feel those kinds of things always happen to me when I’m photographing food. They make me feel like such a mess. Glad I’m not the only one! And yet these photos are still gorgeous!
I never thought of a boozy crumble before…but now that I see this I want it for breakfast!
Soaking a crumble’s fruit in sangria is only like the best idea ever.
Oh my word! That sounds like one awful spill. And I thought spilling chia seeds was bad… ;) This is gorgeous!! Love the sangria twist!
Did anyone else read the “how rude” comment in the voice of Stephanie Tanner? No? Just me? :)
haha! love Full House!
I totally wrote it in the that voice of course.
Oh my goodness at the tile accident! But this crumble looks to die for!
Such good looking dessert! Yesterday I made banana bread and yes you are so right, it was like gone 2 hours later!
Do you think the alcohol would cook out of this dish or would it still be pretty boozy? Just wondering if I should serve this to a pregnant friend or not? Let me know what you think. Looks delish!
I’m pretty sure it’s okay and cooks out – if you’re worried though you can used a little less alcohol or use orange and lime juice??
Great idea for the substitutions — I’ll try and let you know how it goes :)
WHERE is that plate from?! (I’m going straight to that because it’s obvious I’m going to make this crumble with 3X the recommended booze)
anthropologie! unfortunately it’s a year or two old though. and yes, extra booze.
Ok this plus that ricotta pizza you shared last week = the only way to properly welcome summer!
Oh my goodness, this is so delicious!!
Oh my goodness, this looks so delicious! Definitely must try it.
Great twist on a fruit crumble! I’d be drowning my sorrows in some of this stuff if the tile thingy happened to me too. Blerg!
This is utterly, fantastically, amazingly (I don’t know how many more adjectives I can use) BRILLIANT!!
And yikes that spill doesn’t sound like an easy one to clean up! Feed me this and I’ll hold that tile up for ya! :)
This recipe is a beauty! I make a peach ginger sangria each year. Now I’m thinking I could turn that into a crumble!! Thanks for the inspiration.
We love these cereals!!!
Oh my goodness—-what a mess! I have a similar story. In my case I found myself looking around trying to find someone—human or animal—-to blame, rather take responsibility myself. I failed. My story involved half gallon glass containers of milk. Sigh. BUT this is a lovely recipe. I think the shot you had with no crumble and then half crumble was a good one. It piqued my interest. I love the crumble the best too, but now I realize I do have a modicum of self restraint. Lol
I’ve made lots of berry crumbles before but never with booze! LOVE it.
Im LOVING this boozy deliciousness, but also i cried on the inside to your story. I would’ve cried if that was me. Because 1 – huge mess. 2- booze down. 3- bye bye pretty glasses. Here’s hoping you dont find any leftover shards in your barefeet. And cheers to this recipe! <3
Oh girl, you had me at sangria!!
Oh my gosh sangria with crumble?! Basically an ingenious marriage of two of the best things in life. And so sorry about the accident, I hope you at least could get the wine out of the baseboards!
Ummmmmmm THIS SOUNDS FREAKING AMAZING.
Your brain is filled with lovelies.
sangria berry crumble. genius. there is nothing left to say, except that i need this in my life. thank you.
What a brilliant idea!
I am a crumble lover too! I just have to say yikes about the tile!!!
This looks absolutely delish! We can’t wait to try it out! It would be a nice thing to bring to Sunday Brunch! But it might not make it till then, if it tastes as good as it looks!
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Wonderful recipe. The direction seems to be very easy and quick. I will try this dish on this Sunday and would first serve to my Mom and Dad. I like to make something new every Sunday. I got new and perfect recipe for my family. Thanks.
Have tried apple crumble but tis s something new.. Wil try
Hooray for Boozy recipes! Loving this one and all he shots!
What kind of oats? quick cooking, non-quick cooking, steel cut? I’m assuming quick cooking but I’m usually wrong about these things.
I’m so excited to make this!
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I’m not a big fan of wine or beer, but sangria, now that’a a totally different story altogether! I recall once, many years ago, as a student in England, there was this big international students festival and there was an unofficial competition between Spain and Portugal about which country makes the best Sangria… I’m not sure but I think I liked the Portuguese sangria… Or was it really the Portuguese cute guy in a red sweater that was serving the sangria that I liked? ;) At any rate, this berry crumble looks delicious. Sorry to hear about the glasses!
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Awesome post .i hope everybody will like your post
Everything about this crisp makes it mandatory to be in my mouth. It’s screaming summer all over!
this just sounds like one of the best things, ever.
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Oh my gosh that looks delicious!
Berry crumble is my favorite summer desert! Adding this desert to my list to make this weekend!