A few weeks ago I shared my savoury crumpet recipe using the delicious gluten-free crumpets from Newburn Bakehouse by Warburtons, and now it’s time for me to get back into my comfort zone and share with you my sweet recipe.

I can always tell when my recipes are really good because my son asks for more when he’s tried them…and he did just that with this one! As did everyone else who tried it, yay!

A particularly great thing about this recipe is that it’s really easy to make and because I used frozen berries, it’s actually very affordable too! I know how it feels to have to watch the pennies and frozen berries work out much more affordable in general than fresh.

Because the crumpets are grilled for this recipe they have that beautiful crunch on the outside before you get through to the super soft, fluffy inside, and the yoghurt perfectly complements the berries. Seriously, this is delicious!
I guess this recipe was kind of inspired by the Cornish cream tea (because I live in Cornwall). It’s obviously not a cream tea (before any fellow Cornish people think I’ve gone crazy) but in true Cornish style I’ve put the ‘cream’ (which in this case is yoghurt) on top. If you are crazy enough to prefer it underneath the berries then go for it…but I’ve always been taught that it goes on top. 😉
This gluten-free crumpet brunch is otherwise known as ‘The Cutie Pie’, basically because I think it’s a really cute brunch. Sweet and healthy – my absolute favourite combo.

Serves 2


2 Newburn Bakehouse gluten-free crumpets

55g frozen strawberries – each strawberry chopped in half

45g frozen blueberries

50g frozen raspberries

(You can use fresh berries but I use frozen most of the time as they cost less)

1/2 medium sized banana – chopped

1/2 tsp ground cinnamon

1 tsp (gluten-free) maple syrup

75g Greek yoghurt – stirred so smooth


Preheat the grill and also place a small frying pan on the hob on medium heat

Place the crumpets under the grill for 1 and a half minutes on each side

While the crumpets are under the grill, place the strawberries, blueberries and raspberries in the frying pan with the cinnamon and stir them as they soften for 3 minutes

Remove the crumpets from the grill and place on a plate ready to serve, then add the banana and maple syrup to the berries in the pan, stirring them gently for 1 more minute

Pour the berries onto the crumpets and top with the Greek Yoghurt

Then enjoy!


Macros per serving (when serving two):

Kcals – 215

Carbs – 38g

Fat – 3g

Protein – 7g

Fibre – 3.5g

Newburn Bakehouse’s crumpets are free from gluten, wheat and milk, so they’re perfect for a variety of food intolerance diets! A full list of the ingredients can be found here.

They are surprisingly only 123 calories per crumpet, and this recipe is the perfect way to have them as part of what tastes like a treat but is actually something packed full of goodness – if you didn’t already know, berries are fantastic!

The crumpets are available in free from aisles and online at Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Morrisons, Waitrose and Ocado as part of Newburn Bakehouse’s already huge free from range, which includes loaves, rolls, wraps and sandwich thins.

This is a sponsored post in partnership with Newburn Bakehouse by Warburtons.


If you try my recipe please let me know what you think of it!



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