RunAmok Mama's Rhu-Berry Crumble!
Oh yeah, Baby... LIFE. IS. GOOD!
A delicious crumble... S for Trim Healthy Mama!
Rhubarb is an old-time favorite of mine! So many younger mamas have never even cooked with rhubarb, I worry this will fall by the wayside!
Enter "RunAmok Mama's Rhu-Berry Crumble"! A THM-friendly dessert, packed with the traditional old-fashioned "tart-sweet" flavor, but without the unhealthy sugar-spike!
A timeless favorite, with a healthy twist!
4 cups fresh, sliced rhubarb (can use frozen, if you desire)
3 cups fresh, whole strawberries (can use frozen for this as well)
1 cup Honeyville Blanched Almond flour
3/4 cup Old Fashioned Oats
3/4 cup Bob's Red Mill Golden Flax meal
1/4 cup Swanson Organic Oat Bran Fiber (or oat fiber, if you prefer)
3 TBS Swanson Organic Coconut flour
3 TBS Swanson Premium Whey Protein Powder
1/4 cup homemade Sweet Blend, separated (*Or THM Sweet Blend)
4 tsp Bob's Red Mill Aluminum-free Baking Powder
1/2 tsp Swanson Ultra Himalayan Crystal Salt (or Kirkland Himalayan Pink Salt)
1/3 tsp THM Organic Stevia extract (or Kal Organic Stevia)
3/4 cup Nutiva Organic Extra Virgin Coconut Oil
Yield: 8-10 servings
Preheat oven to 375° F.
1. Melt coconut oil in a small bowl.
2. While coconut oil is heating, layer the rhubarb and strawberries evenly in an 8X11" or 9X13" baking dish.
3. Sprinkle with 1/8 cup of homemade Sweet Blend.
4. Mix dry ingredients together in a bowl, and add melted coconut oil, stirring until well-incorporated.
5. Spread the topping semi-evenly over the top of the fruit.
6. Place in oven and cook for 30 - 35 minutes, watching carefully the last 10 minutes or so, to prevent burning. *If using frozen rhubarb/strawberries, you may have to alter the timing just a bit.
Should be nicely browned... I was going to take a GORGEOUS picture of this, and had an unexpected phone call. I hollered at the kids to let it sit on the stove... came back to find HALF of the crumble GONE!
So, my dreams of a spectacular photo were dashed, and you are left with a not-so-appealing photo!
Tastes FANTASTIC though, so I bet you will forgive me!
*Some will see the oats and worry this is a crossover... but the oats are spread out over quite a few servings, so this works for S. ;)
7/31/2014 08:13:45 am
Thanks so much for this recipe, my family and I LOVE it!! I've made it twice in 2 days :) I substituted sunflower seed flour for almond (since I'm allergic). Mmmmm SO GOOD!!!!
8/22/2014 07:34:39 am
I was just looking for a THM friendly recipe for Strawberry Rhubarb pie about 3 weeks ago, and then this popped up. We love rhubarb and I can't wait to try it! Thanks!!!
9/3/2014 03:00:02 pm
8/22/2014 08:36:52 am
I can't wait to try this! I've been doing Trim Healthy Mama for a while, but recently have been doing it gluten and dairy free. I'm so glad I'll be able to make this recipe! I don't have any oat fibre, can you suggest a substitute?
9/3/2014 02:59:01 pm
8/22/2014 10:43:45 am
Looks great! So...how do I follow your blog?
9/3/2014 03:00:54 pm
8/22/2014 12:14:11 pm
Wondering if for this recipe if frozen blueberries,strawberries and maybe 1 fresh peach could be used? If I melted the butter and then mixed the dry ingr to make a crumble?
9/3/2014 03:07:05 pm
8/22/2014 04:56:27 pm
Doesn't the fruit make this a crossover rather than an S? (hoping not)
9/3/2014 03:10:32 pm
4/8/2015 08:29:19 am
I am very new to THM. My daughter-in-law lost about 60lbs. or so on THM!She is my inspiration! So I bought the book.I have read alot of it and am trying to come up with a menu. I don't eat meat at all. I do eat fish. I will be eating alot of fish! lol I am bookmarking as many recipes that I can. I thank all of you for them! I also wish all of you the best THM you can be! Thanks also for all the suggestions I have been reading.:)
5/25/2015 05:04:33 am
So excited you are joining the THM Community! Having a "plan" for recipes is a real boost when it comes to daily motivation...
5/22/2015 11:28:54 pm
Is the topping on this recipe crisp? I'm looking for the traditional "crisp or crunch" not sure how to make it that way. I love rhubarb!! :) Thanks!!
5/25/2015 05:22:16 am
5/26/2016 12:37:24 pm
This is in the oven! Thanks for the recipe!
6/11/2016 01:33:28 pm
This looks fantastic. I'm sure I'm over looking it but I can't seem to find the oven temp to bake this yummy creation. This is my first time using rhubarb but loved it when my grandma made it.
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