Microwave Breakfast Berry Crumble

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Microwave Breakfast Berry Crumble

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Looking for a dessert-like breakfast that’s ready in 6 minutes flat? Ya, we thought so. This Microwave Breakfast Berry Crumble from 24 Carrot Life has enough healthy fiber to keep you full until lunch, while satisfying your morning sweet tooth.

 

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Katie is the author of 24 Carrot Life, a (mostly) healthy food blog with quick and simple recipes that show you can live a decadent food lifestyle while still keeping things simple, healthy, and based on whole foods. She works full-time at a non-profit and is based in Philadelphia, PA.

Photo courtesy of Katie Oberwager. Original recipe can be found on 24 Carrot Life.

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11 responses to “Microwave Breakfast Berry Crumble”

  1. JofJLTNCB6 says:

    Oh good. More vegetarian recipes by vegetarian bloggers. This is something that MFP has been sorely lacking.

  2. davpul says:

    mfp official blogs have convinced me to become a vegetarian. perhaps even a part time vegan! i’m gonna be sooooo healthy and thin just by giving up meat! everybody knows that there aren’t any overweight or unhealthy vegetarians

  3. KAT says:

    This recipe as yummy as it sounds , has more carbs in it than what is recommended for me for one meal and one snack!!! How can we cut the carbs down and still keep the taste? Also, where do we find oat flour? Thanks.

  4. elaine says:

    Holy sugar!!! 26 grams is no way to start your day. Better off eating eggs. Although this recipe does look delish

  5. Shanel Tarrant-Simone says:

    Yikes. Lots of sugar. 🙁 Thanks for the idea. I’ll clean it up a bit though.

  6. Coeliac's wife! says:

    I am concerned that this recipe is tagged “gluten free”. Most coeliacs on a gluten-free diet are advised to avoid oats. Wheat, rye and barley are definite “no go” foods but some coeliacs react badly to oats too. I think that, if this recipe continues to be labelled “gluten free”, it should be accompanied by a note that it contains oats. “Wheat free” would be a more accurate description.

  7. Jill says:

    You can easily eliminate the brown sugar in this, and then the only sugars you’d really be getting is from the berries. If you have a sweet tooth, a drizzle of maple syrup should satisfy!

  8. Kaitlin Vickers Edwards says:

    I think I will change all the brown sugar in the crumble for honey. I can probably eliminate the sugar with the fruits completely berries have enough natural sugars in them and when you microwave them you are going to pull more of that flavor out.

  9. Li'l Ms Independent says:

    I love this but I don’t add sugar to the fruit only a teaspoon to the crumble and I have used ground almonds instead of oat flour 🙂

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