Delicious Peach Berry Crumble

This peach berry crumble is delicious and makes a wonderful dessert!

Peaches – A delicious juicy peach has an abundance of health benefits and is low in calories! Peaches also keep the skin healthy due to the vitamin A and C in peaches that make them a great moisturizer and they are often used in cosmetics. It also helps in regenerating skin tissue.

Blueberries help protect you from cancer, keep your heart and brain healthy and even help you lose weight. I love their taste and consider them a superfood.

Coconut oil is actually coconut oilvery good for us. In tropical climates like Polynesia, Sri Lanka and the Yucatan where they have a diet high in coconut oil, the people are healthier, have less heart disease, cancer, and colon problems than unsaturated fat eaters. It is now accepted that there is good cholesterol and there are good saturated fats. Learn the 12 benefits of  Coconut Oil, this newly declared an Amazing SuperFood.

Coconut sugar – Coconut sugar is made from the sap of coconut flowers by boiling it down to dry sugar blocks or a soft paste or a granulated form. Coconut sugar contains a higher amount of nutrients compared to brown sugar as it has some amounts of nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, chlorine, magnesium, sulfur, and micronutrients.

For this recipe and all my recipes, I use Himalayan salt which is actually good for you!

As I don’t use sugar for my baking I often use stevia which is the healthy option.  The stevia plant is incredibly sweet and also incredibly good for you.  The leaf is 30 times sweeter than sugar while extracts are 300-400 times sweeter.  The best stevia will, therefore, be the one that retains some whole food value and is water-based.  Liquid forms will be less processed.  Go here to learn How to Get the Best Stevia Without the Bitterness

Brown Rice Flour – Has become a staple in my baking adding fiber and nutrition.   It assists in weight loss, helps reduce cholesterol and balances energy.  It is low cost and adds a somewhat dry gritty crumbly texture.

Oats – are a low-calorie food that provides high levels of fiber and low levels of fat.  They help tp stabilizes blood sugar and reduces the risk of diabetes while removing bad cholesterol.

If you want gluten-free oats, here is a very good one Harvest Gluten Free Organic Rolled Old Fashioned Oats which is good for cooked oatmeal porridge. For making a crumble, it is better to have one like this: Bob’s Red Mill Gluten-Free Quick Cooking Rolled Oats

Walnuts – I love walnuts! My mom loved to cook with them because they add flavour and crunch to any meal. Now I know that walnuts are also highly nutritious, so much so that I consider them a powerfood..

Almonds – Almonds are very tasty and so beneficial for our health. They are my favourite nut; most mornings I add 7 to 10 almonds to my breakfast.

Peach Berry Crumble

Course Dessert
Cuisine gluten-free, vegan, vegetarian
Keyword blueberries, Gluten-free, peach, Vegan, vegetarian
Author Diana Herrington


Crumble Topping

  • 3 peaches
  • 1 cup berries (your choice) blueberries, blackberries, strawberries, saskatoon, or currants
  • 1/2 tsp light liquid stevia in 2 Tbsp of Water Sunny Dew is best

Crumble Topping

  • 1 1/2 cups brown rice flour
  • 1 3/4 cups oatmeal flakes
  • 1/4 tsp Himalayan salt
  • 3/4 cup vegetable oil or coconut oil
  • 1/4 cup coconut sugar or sucanat*
  • 1/2 tsp light liquid stevia in 3 Tbsp of water
  • 1/2 cup almonds or walnuts chopped


  • Slice the peaches
  • Mix in the berries.
  • Mix in the stevia and water mixture.
  • Place the berry/peach mixture in a baking dish
  • Mix the oil, coconut sugar, and stevia/water together in a bowl
  • Add the brown rice flour and salt to the wet mixture.
  • Mix in well.
  • Add the oatmeal and mix in well.
  • Mix thoroughly with fingers.
  • Sprinkle on top of the fruit.
  • Sprinkle the chopped nuts on top.
  • Pat down firmly.
  • Bake at 350º F. in the oven for approximately 40 minutes.


Sucanat or rice syrup but if you use it then you need to leave out the water with the stevia.

More delicious crumble recipes:

strawberry crumble
Strawberry Crumble

Blueberry Crumble -This blueberry crumble recipe is so yummy and easy to make. Very healthy too without all that sugar. Also, if you use gluten-free oats then it is gluten-free too. Did you know that blueberries have more antioxidants than any other popular fruit and help prevent cancer, diabetes, age-related memory loss and are anti-inflammatory?  They are also rich in potassium, fiber, and vitamins A & C.

Deluxe Mango Crumble – Something about mangoes makes them luxurious and when made into a crumble they become divine. This crumble is gluten free and made with healthy ingredients.

Strawberry Crumble – This delicious crumble recipe is sugar-free, gluten-free, and dairy-free.  I make this from the strawberries I grow, which are of course organic. It is important to use organic strawberries as they are one of the Dirty Dozen.

Pear Hazelnut Crumble – This is a very healthy dessert filled with healthy pears, coconut oil, oats and the hazelnuts which go so well with the pears making it extra yummy.

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5 thoughts on “Delicious Peach Berry Crumble”

  1. brenda mankins

    Stevia is not a healthy choice!!! Natural fruit and honey. Fruit and raw honey, in particular, are excellently balanced sources of glucose and fructose, providing the liver with building blocks to create glycogen (glucose stores). Stevia, does not support glycogen formation.

    1. Brenda, stevia comes from a plant and is totally natural. I have some growing in my garden. Read more about it:
      The ‘sweet stevia leaf’ does not create an insulin response and actually nourishes the pancreas which help regulate blood sugar.

  2. Tricia Holder

    As a type 1 diabetic for 49 years stevia was a godsend for me. It is so beneficial to the pancreas. It (along with the other Herbal foods)helped me go from 80 units of insulin a day to 20 units. Both honey and fruit spike my bloodsugars and I avoid or greatly limit both.

  3. Hi Diana, I think there is a slight error in the recipe – there is no rice syrup, unless that is sucanat. Please tell me what sucanat is.

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