Summer Berry Oat Crumble using Sweet Heart Collection Stoneware

How to make Summer Berry Oat Crumble. Premier Housewares have just launched The Sweet Heart Collection of stoneware. Now these stoneware dishes are beautiful. Pretty, homey and a bit mumsie if you know what I mean. The 'oven to table' range consists of all the baking essentials and is just perfect for berry crumble or big cottage pie.

Summer Berry Oat Crumble in dish

This 1.4 Litre Oval stoneware dish (W31 x D19 x H7cm) approx. It's dishwasher and microwave safe and is available in green or pink. It washed up nicely without the need to go in the dishwasher.

Sweet Heart Dishes

Available to buy from Wayfair
Prices are as follows: 
Mixing bowl - £26.49
Square 2L dish - £17.49
Rectangular 2 l dish - £17.49
Oval Baking dish -£17.49
Canister - £18.49
Ramekin - £2.49
Basting Jug- £18.49
Glass Jar 900ml - £4.49
Glass Jar 2200ml - £7.99
Which colour would you pick - Green or Pink?

Berries in a dish

Bake for about 40-45 minutes until the crumble is nicely browned and bubbling.

Serve while nice and hot with ice cream or custard.

Summer Berry Oat Crumble in dish

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Yield: 4-6

Summer Berry Oat Crumble

For this you will need a 1.5 litre ovenproof dish (approx W31 x D19 x H7cm)


50g porridge oats
200g plain flour
50g soft brown sugar
50g caster sugar
100g unsalted butter - room temperature and cut into cubes
plus a little extra caster sugar for sprinkling
a sprinkling of cinnamon

For the filling you will need:
800g summer berries - mine were defrosted from frozen  (from any good supermarket)
about 3 tablespoons of caster sugar


Preheat your oven to 180C/350F/or Gas4

Start by toasting the oats in a large frying pan. till just starting to colour.  Remove and set aside to cool completely.

Put the flour and sugar in a large bowl and mix well.  Add a few cubes of butter at a time rub into the flour mixture.  Keep rubbing between your fingers (a bit like you're counting bank notes) until the mixture resembles breadcrumbs.

Get yourself a 1.4 litre ovenproof dish and put in the fruit (defrosted if frozen) and sprinkle over the sugar.

Give it a mix taking care not to break up the fruit.

Evenly sprinkle the crumble mixture on top and top with the toasted oats,  Add a scattering of caster sugar and s sprinkling of cinnamon.

Bake for about 40-45 minutes until the crumble is nicely browned and bubbling.

Serve while nice and hot with ice cream or custard.
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Disclaimer:  I was sent this oval stoneware dish for the purpose of this post.  All thoughts an opinions are my own.  I was not require to write a positive review. 


  1. Oh I do love a berry crumble! Also love using oats in the topping - a little bit of virtue on your dessert plate ;) Very pretty cookware too.

  2. Pretty cookware and even prettier dessert. Who can resist a proper berry crumble? Not me!


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