Cookie-dough crumble

Cookie-dough crumble

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Cook: 20 mins


Serves 4
A simple dessert that will delight all the family.

Nutrition and extra info

Nutrition: per serving

  • kcal457
  • fat24g
  • saturates13g
  • carbs57g
  • sugars9g
  • fibre6g
  • protein8g
  • salt1.25g
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  • 500g bag frozen fruits of the forest or fruit of your choice
  • 350g fresh cookie dough (we loved Saxby’s Choc Chip Fresh Cookie dough)

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  1. Heat oven to 220C/fan 200C/gas 7. Tip the still-frozen fruit into a shallow baking dish and scatter torn pieces of the dough all over the top. Bake for 20 mins till crisp and golden and serve with cream, ice cream or custard.

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Comments (14)

heidiwoodham's picture

A very easy dessert. I couldn't find cookie dough in Waitrose or Asda so I bought a pack of powdered cookie mix which worked well although the quantity of dough was less than in the recipe. I have since found the cookie dough (in the correct quantity) in Sainsburys so have bought it and will try the recipe again soon. It was delicious served with custard and ice cream.

Star baker's picture

This is very yummy! I'll defently use this in my cooking lessons! And it's just anf for the family.

talie265's picture

I've made this many times and it has often caused people to ask for the recipe! Super easy and super delicious, especially straight from the oven with vanilla ice-cream. Plus, it's great because you can keep the ingredients in stock and whip up a fantastic pudding at the last minute if needed!

shenderson's picture

I made the basic biscuit dough recipe and added chocolate chips - great taste. This is quick and easy to make a great alternative to a crumble.

eleanormayo's picture

this gets five out of five for simply being the best cheat pudding in the world - clearly soooooooooooo easy and you even feel a bit virtous for having all those lovely berries. A real winner when you want something and run out of time.

caitlinboylin2487's picture

better without fruit!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

mrsruse's picture

I used a tin of summer fruit pie filling instead of frozen fruit and chocolate chip cookie dough and with a scoop of vanilla ice cream this is the dessert that has my kids cheering at teatime.

lottycatz's picture

Please help-can't find supplier of Saxby's cookie dough in Scotland (Sainsbury's/Tesco no longer stock and Ocado don't deliver here!) - does anyone have any idea where I could buy this or suggest an easy alternative? Thank you.

Chef Grady's picture

Ah yea here is a solution. Make your on cookie dough?

bethany-lynn-ox's picture

would this work with a basic biscuit recipe?
please reply a.s.a.p
thanks alot
bethany x

toffeebanoffee's picture

Such a cheat, but such a winner!

js74al's picture

No ready mixed cookie dough in the supermarket, so used a dry mix, still a very quick, easy and yummy recipe. Now fancy trying a ginger biscuit recipe for the dough... Mmm, or oatmeal cinnamon and raisin... Lots of variation ideas

choccyaddict's picture

Took a punt on this as I wanted a really easy dessert and this was delicious; really impressed everyone. I would use more dough though as it was yummy!

mcooper's picture

so quick an easy, a real party winner!

Questions (1)

Star baker's picture

Why do you have to have cream with it?

Tips (2)

Star baker's picture

You can use chocolate chips as well.

Star baker's picture

With Chocolate chip cookie dough, you can have fruti and choolate chips! It is ideal for this meal