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Berries are definitely “super-foods” – beautifully vibrant and loaded with antioxidants, fiber, and vitamins & minerals – so much goodness packed into such a small fruit!

Instead of the traditional summer berries…strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, raspberries, you may want to try different types of berries like loganberries, lingonberries, acai berries, boysenberries, cranberries, elderberries, gooseberries, goji berries, huckleberries…etc. Not all berries are safe to eat though…check first before taking a bite. Here is a good list.

Berry Crumble

Directions:

  1. Rinse berries in a colander and place into a large mixing bowl. Coat the berries with agave nectar and toss to coat evenly. Transfer berries to a baking dish (9×13). Set aside.
  2. In a food processor, combine the pecans, walnuts, cinnamon, oats and brown sugar. Pulse three or four times.
  3. Sprinkle above mixture onto berries (evenly). Serve immediately or place in refrigerator to chill. A scoop of fresh homemade whipped cream or vanilla (soy) ice cream tastes great on top of the berries!

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  1. YaQutullah Ibraheem Muhammad

    Good Morning Corrine,

    As a fellow RD I must say, Your recipes are amazing, your blog is awesome! Keep up the great work. I will share your blog with the world on my facebook wall. Take care and stay well

    YaQutullah Ibraheem Muhammad MS, RD, LD

  2. Emma

    This dessert is delicious! And so quick to make. I wasn’t expecting it to taste like crumble, but it really does. I have made it several times over the past few weeks and my family and I love it. Thank you for your practical, healthy recipes that make healthy eating possible in our fast-paced world.

  3. @ Emma…thank you! I’m glad that you like it and that it turned out well for you! This is the perfect time of year to be making that dessert. It is surprisingly tasty without the buttery crumble!

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