Blackberry and Rose Crumble

Blackberry and Rose Crumble

I wasn’t planning on blogging this recipe but it turned out to be very tasty so I thought it would be good to keep a record of it here, and share it with you, my readers, of course! Yet again I took my children to the very local pick-your-own farm, where we picked some huge blackberries that are just starting to ripen.

Blackberry and rose crumble

My eldest daughter asked me to make a crumble for after our Sunday dinner with the blackberries, and I knew the rest of the family would love that too. They were a little tart so crumble seemed a good way to use them, even if it is summer.

I am loving rose water right now (I used it in my gooseberry frangipane tart last week as well) so added some to the fruit just before cooking. The flavours went really well together and the blackberry and rose crumble just has that taste of summer I love.


If you think crumbles are only for autumn and winter, think again – with a bit of summer fruit it can be an excellent summer dessert too. I like to eat crumble cold from the fridge (shush don’t tell!)!

You might also want to try my slow cooker apple and raspberry oaty crumble.

Blackberry and rose crumble

Blackberry Rose Crumble

A summery fruit crumble scented with rosewater
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Course: Dessert
Cuisine: British
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 45 minutes
Total Time: 55 minutes
Servings: 8
Calories: 190kcal
Author: bakingqueen74


  • 500 g blackberries
  • 6 tsp granulated sugar
  • 2 tsp rose water

For the crumble

  • 125 g plain flour
  • 70 g unsalted butter cut into small cubes
  • 65 g caster sugar


  • Wash the blackberries and place them in a medium sized ceramic dish.
  • Sprinkle over the sugar. If your berries are sweet, you can use less sugar of course, just add enough for your taste.
  • Make the crumble: rub the butter into the flour then mix in the sugar.
  • Add the rose water to the blackberries in the dish, then sprinkle over the crumble topping.
  • Bake at 180 degrees for approx. 45 minutes, or until golden.


We ate this on its own but it would go really well with ice cream, cream or custard.
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I love crumble! *Nom Nom*

Berry picking with the children is on our to do list over the summer hols. I can’t believe how many people I’ve seen doing it when I’ve driven past fields. Your crumble looks immense – so tasty and rich x

I went fruit picking so often when I was a kid, but I haven’t been in about 20 years. I really need to go again so I can make a delicious crumble like this one.

I was just telling my husband last night that is is ages since I made a crumble and now I have the perfect recipe to try out

Oh why did I have to pop over today, that looks absolutely gorgeous, I know one particular hubbie who would really enjoy this too!! Thanks for sharing (I will forget about the calories for one day!) x