Blueberry Crumb Bars – Gluten free and vegan

I love making fruity desserts when ever fruit is season, thus for these Blueberry Crumb Bars I couldn’t wait for all the blueberries that I am seeing in the supermarket today and put them to use.

Blueberry Crumb Bars - Gluten free and vegan | Eat Good 4 Life

I love these Blueberry Crumb Bars because not only they are gluten free and vegan but because they are pretty easy to make and delicious. They are healthy enough to be able to be eaten for breakfast!

Don’t get me wrong, I eat pretty healthy, exercise and always cook from scratch using the best quality ingredients there is, but sometimes I like to be naughty and just eat dessert for breakfast. I am sure you have done that before too. Besides, these blueberry crumb bars are not that sweet at all.

For this particular recipe, if you like to use any other fresh fruit i am sure it will work as well. Peaches, apples and cherries would work great and while you can use fresh fruit note that I used frozen. The recipe turned perfect so don’t be afraid of using frozen fruit.

If you wold like to make this Blueberry Crumb Bars crumb recipe visit my friends at nuts.com. They have all the necessary ingredients for this recipe and much more. They have a huge selection of nuts, flours, dried fruits and pretty much anything to bake with.

Enjoy!

 

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41 comments

  1. Silly question but do you eat them cold or heated?

  2. Healthy and delicious…just like all of your recipes.

  3. Made this last night and both hubby and I happily scoffed them down this morning!!! They are seriously seriously so so good and yummy! ! I didn’t have vanilla essence so I added organic vanilla powder (1/2 tspn) as it’s so potent and it really lifts the flavour 

  4. Where did you find your sweet glass jars:) ? And thank you for this recipe.

  5. overnight oats are the besstttt!  I love that this recipe makes alot so I can have it for the whole week and then some :)

  6. These have given a new meaning to breakfast in the mornings. Great substitute for old flakes!!

  7. I love overnight oats, but I typically cook mine on the stove… I’m so confused by this variation as there seems to be no cooking needed at all. I use steel cut oats rather than rolled oats… is that what makes the difference? Or can I do this with steel cut oats too?

    • You can not eat steel cut oats for this recipe. I use rolled oats, and no, you don’t have to cook the oats for this recipe :-) You can consume them straight from the fridge or warmed up in the microwave for a minute or so if you like!

  8. when I clicked to print the ingredients were not therte

  9. can you use steel cut oats

  10. HI, I am excited to try this recipe!  If I would add protein powder, what would you suggest how many scoops with this large of recipe?   It says 15-20 servings this serves.   Thanks!  

  11. I don’t have maple syrup is there something else I can use? I’m so excited to try these!! It looks and sounds DELISH! 

  12. Can’t wait to try this and your shirt with the deer is gorgeous!

  13. I have wanted to try making one of these overnight oatmeal  receipes for awhile now . I came across this one and can’t wait to try yours. I do have two questions-#1  is it sweetened or unsweetened almond milk?  #2 Can I use Tupperware  containers with  airtight tops instead of a glass container?  Thanx

  14. This recipe is both delicous and gorgeous! My coworkers were so curious about it.
    If I left out the chia seeds next time (my intestines don’t like them), should I just use a bit more oats? Or maybe less almond milk? Thanks!

  15. This recipe is both delicious and gorgeous! My coworkers were so curious about it.
    If I left out the chia seeds next time (my intestines don’t like them), should I just use a bit more oats? Or maybe less almond milk? Thanks!

  16. Well this one is waiting to be eaten tomorrow morning and I’m so exited about it! I came across your homepage by chance and I already love it :-D It’s so full of gorgeous recipes, pictures, advices.. Keep going on this way!

  17. I can’t use almond milk due to allergies, would rice or coconut milk be a suitable substitute?  Would the coconut milk combined with the coconut overpower the flavour?

  18. Is 161g anout 1/2 cup?

  19. Can I make this without the fruit puree and add sliced fruit when I eat it? ( i like blueberries and my daughter likes strawberries) If so, any changes to the amount of almond milk I should use?

  20. I can’t wait to try this recipe but i have just 2 question what is the minimum time in the refrigerator & cani use flax & chia blend?

  21. This looks really good — what is the serving size in cups instead of grams (161 g)?

    Thank you kindly!

  22. so I have never… do you warm this or eat it cold? sorry for dumb questions!! one of my pet peeves, but honestly, I have never!! thenks :)

  23. Is it important to use a glass container? I only have plastic ones and was wondering whether using a glass one makes a difference in terms of taste, results, or length of time you can keep in the refrigerator. Thanks!

  24. Made these, and I toasted the coconut!  So delicious!  Thanks!

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