Monday, August 21, 2006

Peach Blueberry Campout Crumble

Perfect for campouts, this sugar-free crumble is made in one pot on the stovetop. The dehydrated blueberries plump up quickly during cooking and go nicely with warm peaches and toasted almonds.

serves 4

¾ cup rolled oats
¼ cup sliced almonds
One 28 oz. can sliced peaches (canned in juice)
1 ½ TB cornstarch
½ tsp. mace
One 1 oz. package Just Blueberries

Mix the oats and almonds together and cook in a saucepan over medium high heat, stirring constantly, until the oats and almonds are toasted. Transfer the oat mixture to a bowl and set aside.

Drain all the juices from the canned peaches into the saucepan and slowly add the cornstarch and mace, whisking with a fork. Add the Just Blueberries and bring to a boil over medium high heat, stirring constantly. Cook, stirring, until the mixture thickens and the blueberries have plumped up, about one minute. Remove from heat and stir in the sliced peaches.

Divide the peach mixture into four bowls and top each serving with the oats and almonds.


Sara Zoe Patterson said...

I like the recipe - except one big thing! Peaches and blueberries are both in peak season right now in most of the US - any farmers' market should have a plethora of fresh available. And both are really really easy to freeze for later use!

US farmers' markets:

Jennifershmoo said...

This recipe was written to go with a post on camping; the crumble is designed for a situation where you have no refrigeration. Fresh peaches and blueberries would get smooshie and go bad in a backpack!

urban vegan said...

I love crumbles. Yumbles.

Anonymous said...

Sounds wonderful, i'll have to try it!

mira said...

This sounds like it would make a great breakfast. Thanks for the recipe.

Anonymous said...

Forgive me for posting here but what happened to your FLUFFY WHITE CUPCAKES recipe? I promised my 5 year old daughter we would make them this weekend. Yesterday I went out to buy all the ingredients and this morning...EGAD... the link was BLANK! Silly me for not copying it down. I could kick myself now. Is there any possibility of re-establishing that link? Yours desperately. Syd

Jennifershmoo said...

The link is still there in the sidebar and in the Twinkies recipe:

Desert Dogs California said...

Sorry if this is a stupid question, but what is mace?

Anonymous said...

Mace is a spice very similar to nutmeg, but more exotic in flavor.

Anonymous said...

Do you think you could make this gluten-free by using flaked quinoa (makes an oatmeal like breakfast) or some other gf grain? By the way, you should check out Sensible Foods dehydrated fruit too!

jenn said...

I just made this on a campout this weekend (multiplied x 4 for 16 people) and it ROCKED. Thanks for such an awesome recipe!

Iron Chef said...

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