Sweet red grapes mixed with cinnamon and ginger then topped with a sweet pecan crumble make for a delicious Individual sized Grape Crumble perfect for fall.
This post is sponsored in conjunction with #FallFlavors week. I received product samples from Melissa's Produce, Dixie Crystals, and Millican Pecan to help in the creation of this #FallFlavors week recipe. All opinions are mine alone.
I know what you are thinking; grape crumble? What in the world is grape crumble? Bare with me here. Prior to last fall I had never baked with grapes.
Anytime we have grapes in the house we either use them in a fruit salad or to snack on. That's all I really thought grapes were good for.
All that changed last fall when Melissa's Produce challenged me to bake with grapes. I wasn't sure about doing it but I ended up making mini almond grape cakes and were shocked by how delicious they were!
So when I got more grapes from Melissa's Produce I couldn't wait to bake with them again. I searched a ton of recipes but the end of the day I decided that simple is best and went with these Individual Grape Crumbles.
- red seedless grapes
- granulated sugar
- brown sugar
- Millican Pecan pecan pieces
Preheat the oven to 35o degrees. Spray 4 ramekins with cooking spray.
In a medium bowl combine the grapes, sugar, ginger, and cinnamon. Mix well and divide between the ramekins.
Melt the butter in a microwave safe bowl. Add the flour, brown sugar, oats, pecans, and salt and mix well. Sprinkle over top of the grapes in the ramekins.
Bake for 15-20 minutes or until the crumble begins to brown. Broil for 1-2 minutes or until it's golden brown.
Top with whipped cream or ice cream if desired.
The grape portion is simply made from seedless red grapes, granulated sugar, grated ginger, and cinnamon. That's it. The spices give it a nice little spiciness and warmth while the sugar sweetens it up.
The crumble is made from flour, oats, Dixie Crystals brown sugar, Millican pecans, and butter. I like using Dixie Crystals brown sugar because it has a zip top and stays soft forever. I hate when my sugar clumps. Then I used pecan pieces because they are already in small pieces and they are the best pecans around.
The crumble is sprinkled over top of the grapes before they are baked. It gets golden brown and a nice crunch on it from the oven.
Can I use a different type of grape?
You can use any variety of seedless grape. These ones were pretty sweet which worked well in the crumble but if you like your crumble a little more tart use a grape that is more tart.
What can I use instead of pecans?
If you have a nut allergy simply eliminate the pecans and add in more flour. If you don't like pecans you can use almonds or walnuts in place of the pecans. Another substitute would be using flax seeds in place of the pecans.
Do I have to use fresh ginger?
No you don't. If you have ginger in a jar use ½ to 1 teaspoon in place of the fresh ginger.
Can I add another fruit with the grapes?
If you want to use another fruit you can do half grapes and half berries or half grapes and half apples. Either combination is delicious!
This dessert smelled so good coming out of the oven. I was a little concerned that it wouldn't taste great because while I have baked with grapes it's not something I do very often.
I was pleased to discover how tasty this was. The grapes as soft and sweet but have hints of spices on them. The crumble is crunchy and pairs perfectly with the grapes.
This dessert screams cooler weather and is perfect for fall or winter.
More Grape Recipes:
- Mini Citrus Almond Cakes with Grapes
- Harvest Roast Chicken with Grapes, Olives, and Potatoes
- Skinny Chicken Salad with Grapes
- Winter Crunch Grape and Cranberry Sauce
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For the grapes:
- 3 c. red seedless grapes, cut in half
- ¼ c. sugar
- 2 teaspoons fresh ginger, minced
- 1 teaspoon cinnamon
For the crumble:
- 4 Tablespoons salted butter, melted
- ¾ c. flour
- ½ c. rolled oats
- ¼ c. brown sugar
- ⅓ c. pecans, chopped
- 1 teaspoon salt
- Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Spray 4 ramekins with cooking spray and set aside.
- In a medium bowl toss the grapes, sugar, ginger, and cinnamon together. Divide between the ramekins.
- In another medium bowl combine the melted butter, flour, oats, brown sugar, pecans, and salt. Mix until a crumble mixture forms.
- Sprinkle the crumble on top of each ramekin.
- Bake for 25-30 minutes or until the tops begin to brown. If desired broil for 1-2 minutes.
A Hezzi-D original recipe
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- Fall Charcuterie Board from Magical Ingredients
- Roasted Red Pepper and Crab Savory Cheesecake from A Kitchen Hoor's Adventures
- Sweet And Spicy Roasted Nuts from Karen's Kitchen Stories
Breakfast and Baked Goods
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- Cinnamon Apple Bread from Lemon Blossoms
- Sweet Potato Pancakes from Cindy's Recipes and Writings
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- Panera Autumn Squash Soup from The Fresh Cooky
- Salmon Salad With Grapes And Pecans from Art of Natural Living
- Apple Butter Dijon Roasted Brussel Sprouts With Candied Pecans And Green Apple from Soulfully Made
- Butternut Squash And Bacon Risotto from SueBee Homemaker
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