One-pan Mango Raspberry Crumble

Olivia Homecook
by Olivia Homecook
1 Portion
30 min

This dessert can be made in just half an hour and all you need is a pan and a stovetop!

I used a muesli mix here because it's an easy way of having a nice ratio of raw rolled oats, coconut shavings, pumpkin seeds, and so on. If you don't have this one you, regular oats work and you can go ahead and add whatever other ingredients you would like.

Don't be afraid to use frozen ingredients and in this case, since we are cooking the fruits, it is less noticeable. Depending on you preference, you can choose to have bigger or smaller chunks of fruit. Here, I decided to have big chunks of mango for bursts of flavour and instead have the raspberries be more 'saucy'.

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One-pan Mango Raspberry Crumble
Recipe details
  • 1  Portion
  • Prep time: 5 Minutes Cook time: 25 Minutes Total time: 30 min
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For the crumble
  • 1/2 cup muesli mix / rolled oats
  • 1 tbsp butter
  • 1 tbsp brown sugar
  • Pinch of salt
For mango and raspberries
  • 1 medium mango (1 cup / 250ml)
  • 1/2 cup / 175ml raspberries
  • 1/2 tbsp butter
For the crumble
Melt 1 tbs butter in a medium pan over medium-low heat.
Once melted, add in the brown sugar, a pinch of salt, and the muesli mix (or oats). Stir to coat the muesli.
Turn the heat up to medium/medium-high (until the butter starts to bubble, but be careful not too hot that it burns).
Cook for (around 5-8 minutes), from lightly brown to golden brown.
Remove the crumble from the pan and allow to cool on a plate. Don't worry if there is a bit of excess oil, it will carry onto the fruits. Turn the heat off.
Pour into a bowl and set aside.
For mango and raspberries
In the same pan, add the mango and raspberries (be careful, wet fruit onto hot butter sizzles a bit). If you are afraid, allow the pan to cool for a few minutes. Add the 1/2 tbs of butter.
Stir the mango and raspberries around a little, then allow to simmer on low-very low heat for around 10 minutes.
Once it starts to go jammy around the edges, it's ready.
If you scrape down the sides of the pan, it can be served directly in it like I have done, otherwise, pour the cooked mixture into another container and add the mueli / oats crumble topping.
Serve as soon as possible / warm.