These strawberry peach crumble bars are made with a gluten free crumb crust, filled with lots of fresh fruit, and topped with a delicious crumble.
Have you ever decided to make something last minute, only to find you don’t have all of the ingredients needed? That’s what happened when I made these Gluten Free Strawberry Peach Crumble Bars. The ingredients in this recipe weren’t what I had originally planned to use, but it ended up absolutely delicious!
These gluten free crumble bars feature an oatmeal cookie crust and crumble, made from oat flour and bits of whole oats. It’s soft, yet slightly crumbly, but holds up to cutting really well.
These crumb bars are also loaded with fresh summer fruit. I used white peaches instead of yellow peaches, since I found a huge crate of them at Costco and needed to use them up. You can definitely use regular yellow peaches for this recipe, but I love the sweet, mild flavor of white peaches that pairs really well with the strawberries. If you can find them in your local store, I highly recommend trying them. Not a fan of peaches? Try this recipe for Strawberry Nectarine Skillet Crisp!
Make sure to let the bars cool completely before cutting for clean cuts! For bars that really hold their shape well, chill in the refrigerator once cool for at least 1 hour before slicing.
These gluten free strawberry peach crumble bars are wonderful on their own, but even better with a scoop of ice cream. Cheers!
Recipe adapted from Taste of Home.
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