Blueberry Slump

We love everything blueberry and this did not disappoint. What a wonderful delicious light dessert. My husband thinks it’s better than blueberry pie and I agree. I freeze fresh blueberries and use them all year, and this will definitely be on our menu often!

Slumps, buckles, cobblers, and crisps, oh my! When summer fruits are plentiful, these simple desserts are one of our favorite parts of the season. (Though they’re delicious in spring, winter, or fall with apples and pears, just the same). As American as apple pie, these desserts have more similarities than they have differences. A crumble and a crisp are really just two names for the same thing, and a slump is sometimes known as a grunt. What they all share is the same technique: chopped and sweetened fruit topped with a crumble or batter.

In Canada this is known as blueberry grunt. It can also be made with strawberries, raspberries or even rhubarb. Good with vanilla ice cream.

Our family loves to go blueberry picking in the summer and once our fingers have turned purple and we can’t possibly eat any more of those sweet little berries raw, we turn them into this easy and delicious Blueberry Slump. A slump hails from New England and is a great simple dessert that you don’t even have to turn your oven on for. In the heat of summer, we just love a quick treat that won’t heat up our kitchen too!

What a nice ending to a meal! I used fresh blueberries and even after my husband opened the lid during steaming the dumplings – this was wonderful and the dumplings were soft and light!

A slump is cooked entirely on the stovetop. You throw fruit, sugar, lemon juice, and a few seasonings into a pot and bring it up to a splendid simmer before topping it with dumpling dough and covering it until the dumplings are steamed and cooked through. As the tender and sweet dumplings cook, they ‘slump’ down into the fruit, which is where the dessert gets its name. We just can’t get enough of this Blueberry Slump. It’s a rustic dessert, so it’s perfect alongside a cookout or BBQ and topping it with some whipped cream or ice cream is just divine. It’s so easy and so delicious, there’s no reason it shouldn’t make an appearance on your table sometime soon!

Absolutely delicious. I made this with frozen peaches but other than that, exactly as written. The dumplings were fluffy and tender, I used less water than the recipe stated so the peach compote was thick and really coated the dumplings.


4 cups fresh or frozen blueberries
1/2 cup sugar
1/3 cup water

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