Yummy Mummy Recipes

Rhubarb & Strawberry Crumble

by Keelin & Ragnar



5 stalks rhubarb – cut into small piecesragnar 2.iv

1 small punnet strawberry – cut into small pieces

Juice of an orange

2 teaspoon coconut sugar or 1 teaspoon of stevia

1 table spoon chia seeds


1 cup coconut flour (or almond flour)

2 tablespoon desiccated coconut

15 gram Organic grass fed butter or Coconut/ Cacao butter (for non-dairy/ vegan option)

Easy Preparation:


  1. Mix rhubarb, orange juice and coconut sugar in a pot, cook over medium heat till the mix is boiling gently.
  2. Reduce heat and cook till rhubarb is softened.
  3. Add the strawberry and cook until strawberry is softened. About 5 minutes.
  4. Remove from heat and add chia seed.
  5. Pour the mixture into individual ramekins.


  1. Combine coconut flour, desiccated coconut and butter.
  2. Mix with hand to create “crumble”.
  3. Sprinkle the “crumble” over each ramekin on top of the fruit mix.
  4. Bake for about 10 minutes, at 180 degrees Celcius or until browned on “crumble”.
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Happy Father’s Day from Ragnar!

Yummy Mummy’s Tip:

I have discovered that I am gluten intolerant and therefore coconut flour is used here. Alternative can be other kinds of nut flour such as almond flour. Not to mention that it’s healthier than normal flour as it’s higher in fibre, protein and healthy fats.

Coconut sugar contains more mineral and nutrients to white refined sugar and raw sugar. It also is lower in Glycemic Index (GI) – releases energy slower into the blood stream. However, it still contains around 39%  fructose not that much different to the other types of sugar.  Only liver cells break down fructose and it can’t be used for energy by our cells. Therefore, it can lead to problems with our liver, as the job of the liver is to get rid of it mainly by transforming it into fat.  It also has stronger taste which means we can use less to sweeten food. After all and in my view, I think less is better! 

Stevia is a plant original from S. America that is naturally very sweet in flavour and contains zero calories and becoming increasingly popular as a sugar replacement. It is very potent in taste so just a tiny amount would work wonder. Some powdered versions are mixed with other artificial sweeteners so I would choose the most natural form like a liquid extract. 

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