Berry Crumble Sundae



I wasn’t quite sure what to call this lovely layered dessert recipe. It is a delicious and simple combination of berries, honey, oats and dairy. It is a yummy recipe though and easy to make with the kids if you are inclined to let them help. It is also a great way to use those delicious Summer berries to their best advantage.

Prepare a few simple elements. layer them all up and then enjoy.

I used a few different sized glasses to serve my dish because I have a few different sized people in my house.

The yoghurt in this dish gives it a light, fresh taste and the oats on top give you a nice bit of crunch. A little bit of crunch is always good.

I hope you make it and I hope you like it.

Thanks for reading.

Dani xx

Berry Crumble Sundae Recipe


Zest and juice of one orange

50g of unsalted butter

150ml thickened cream

170g tub of natural yoghurt

500g of mixed berries

3 tbsp of honey

100g of rolled oats

2 tbsp of caster sugar

2 Butter Shortbread fingers


Place the berries, 1 tbsp of honey and orange zest into a saucepan and bring to the boil, then cook for 1-2 minutes.

Remove berries from the mixture with a slotted spoon and transfer them to a bowl then continue to cook the juices until it is reduced to a syrup (about ten minutes). Pour the syrup over the berries and set aside to cool.

Melt the butter and remaining honey in a pan over medium heat. Add the oats and cook until brown and crispy, about 5 minutes.

Whip cream and sugar until thickened and then fold through the yoghurt.

Spoon the berry mixture into the bottom of a glass, then top with cream. Crumble up some shortbread, then follow with more berries and cream. Add the crunchy oats onto the top.

Serve and enjoy!



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