Blueberry Crumb Bars

I am head over heals for these Blueberry Crumb Bars! They are gluten-free, grain-free, and free of refined sugar, and they are also exploding with flavor!

Blueberry Crumb Bars

Today I’ve teamed up with Wyman’s of Maine to bring you these divine bars that are absolutely perfect for your weekend brunch, as an on-the-go snack, or to bring along to a party!

I just love these wild blueberries! They are BURSTING with flavor.

Blueberry Crumb Bars

I love how easy these come together. In this recipe, we are using the frozen blueberries straight out of the bag! These bars are the perfect combination of crust and fruit topping. They are a hit all year long.

Blueberry Crumb Bars
Blueberry Crumb Bars

Blueberry Crumb Bars

This post is sponsored by Wyman’s of Maine. All opinions are always my own. Thanks for supporting the brands that make LCK grow!

 What is your favorite blueberry recipe?

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Blueberry Crumb Bars

Yields 8
Prep Time 10 min
Cook Time 30 min
Total Time 40 minutes

Author: Lexi
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  • Preheat oven to 350°F
  • Line an 8x8 baking dish with parchment paper
  • Combine crust ingredients and press into the bottom of the pan
  • Bake for 10 minutes
  • While baking, toss together filling ingredients in a bowl, set aside
  • In another bowl, mix together crumb toppings
  • Once crust has baked, pour filling on top and drop crumb topping across the top
  • Bake for 30 minutes or until blueberries are bubbling and oozing
  • Let cool completely before cutting and serving
  • Store in refrigerator


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January 27, 2016

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35 responses to “Blueberry Crumb Bars”

  1. Alyse says:

    Could i use coconut sugar in place of the maple?

  2. Oh my gosh, oat bars are my weakness! Especially blueberry and raspberry flavors. Can’t wait to give this recipe a go!

  3. Jenny says:

    These look amazing! I have a nut allergy in our home, can something take the place of almond flour and tapioca flour in this recipe?

  4. These bars make me crave summer because I always make blueberry pie with my grandmother! But I’m 100% sure that these taste just as good as blueberry pie but with healthier ingredients!

  5. Murray Todd says:

    Can you use fresh blueberries in this recipe?

  6. Braiden says:

    Yum! These look so good. I want to try them out. I’ll have to head out to the store for arrowroot this weekend!

  7. Barbara says:

    What kind of almond flour? I have the coarser one and the fine blanched kind.

  8. Mary Oliver says:

    Do you happen to have the nutritional value for the Blueberry Crumb Bars?

  9. PJ says:

    Made these today, but the crumble topping didn’t seem to come together. I used the coconut oil to mix, but, even after baking, the topping remained very flour-y. Ideas?

  10. Julie says:

    I’m going to try this one soon. Your pages don’t scroll well… Maybe it’s the video ads that you can’t opt out of. I will definitely screen shot it when i use the recipe.

  11. Reilly says:

    Can I use whole wheat flour in place of almond flour?

  12. Amanda says:

    These are in my oven right now. The bottom layer smelled amazing when I took it out to add the blueberries!!!

  13. Samantha says:

    I made these last week and they turned out absolutely amazing! Going to make these with strawberries next as I pick my own fruit in summer time and have a plethora of frozen fruit still..

  14. Nivaldo says:

    Can I use potato starch instead of arrowroot?

  15. shelly says:

    do you put the blueberries in frozen or do you thaw before hand.

  16. Jessica says:

    Can coconut flour be substituted for the almond flour ?

  17. Jean says:

    Would ground oats work in place of the almond flour?

  18. Heather says:

    Would coconut palm sugar be ok instead of maple sugar?

  19. Dave Arendt says:

    Always looking for a recipe to use frozen blueberries. Will try this one.

    5.0 rating

  20. Kim Taylor says:

    Ho w many carbs in this receipe?

  21. Amy Melissa Wright says:

    My filling and crumble topping didn’t come out right at all. Could you double check the proportions and instructions and let me know? I was so excited about this recipe.

  22. Savarna says:

    Could I use coconut flour instead of almond?

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