In observance of the holiday of love and affection, I’ve designated the month of February as Treat Month here at Mother Rimmy’s.
My collection of sweet treats thus far has been fruity muffins packed with dried apricots and raisins to get the morning rolling along.
And the other night we served up a creamy pudding with Cara Cara oranges and a dollop of whipped cream for a refreshing dessert.
Next up were these frozen bananas reminiscent of our trip to Maui. Dipped in dark chocolate, walnuts and dried cranberries they were a lovely reminder of fun times.
I have to admit, every time I make these types of desserts I’m always surprised by the calorie count. The software I use to calculate calories does a good job of making sure the recipes I share are figure friendly, but crumbles always come out on the high end of the calorie spectrum.
That being said, crumbles are a quick way to get dessert on the table with a minimum of fuss. Plop your berries into a baking dish, or pretty single serving size dishes like these.
Top them with a crumbly oat mixture with warm spices like cinnamon and nutmeg.
Then bake in the oven until your berries are bubbly and your oats are lightly browned.
We finished off this heart-warming dessert with a spoonful of Greek yogurt. Be sure to serve it warm from the oven for maximum enjoyment.
Enjoy, and have a wonderful Valentine’s day!
Saturated fatty acids: 7.82g
Monounsaturated fatty acids: 3.76g
Polyunsaturated fatty acids: 1.84g
Total fat: 13.42g
Calories from fat: 120
Carbohydrate, by difference: 76.33g
Total dietary fiber: 15.44g
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