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Very Nice Miller!!! made this for Sunday dessert changed it just a bit by using splenda instead of sugar. White for inside and Brown with the butter on top. Very easy and quick to make and a lovely not too sweet taste. I will use it a lot during the winter with the berries we have in the freezer. Thanks for sharing!!!

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Derf September 29, 2002

I am also gluten free and I substituted gf flour and gf oats for the crumble and it was fantastic, I also used brown sugar instead of the caster sugar....delish! I have made this twice and I am making it again today! Great with custard or ice cream. Thanks you for this great recipe!

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wendyeindy April 04, 2010

really fantastic! I love the crumble because we are gluten free so can't put oats in it, and it works great with gluten free flour. I also put cinnamon and dessicated coconut on top and mixed in vanilla with the fruit to try to avoid excess sugar which worked really well. BEAUTIFUL recipe, one of my favs! Thanks heaps

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Cas January 07, 2010

Now THIS is comfort food! I used gooseberries for the fruit, and as Derf did, I used white sugar for the fruit and brown for the topping. It was excellent! Served slightly warm with birds custard on it, it was like a gift from heaven!

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Michelle S. August 10, 2005
English Fruit Crumble