Summer Strawberry Crumble
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Summer Strawberry Crumble

It’s the season of strawberries and I, for one, am taking full advantage.

Strawberry Crumble

After a recent trip to R & C Dairy and Farmstead,  B and I came home with 6 pounds of freshly picked berries. When one picks 6 pounds of strawberries, one quickly needs to figure out what to do with such a goldmine, as they perish somewhat quickly. While we ate many, many berries as is, we also made turned a few of these gems into crumbles. 

Fresh picked berries

My recipe is a riff on The Kitchn’s brilliant post How to Make A Fruit Crumble with Any Kind of Fruit.  I upgraded the nutrition by using almond flour v. white flour and added oats for crumble authenticity. Because of my love affair with vanilla, I added it, too and kicked it up with lots of cinnamon.  

Pre baked crumble

 

This recipe has graced 3 tables in the last 2 weeks-two versions of the strawberry and one using blueberries as the fruit. I must say that while initially the blueberry was my fave, my heart truly belongs to the strawberry version. The best part of this recipe? Any fruit can be used, as The Kitchn post indicates.

Make this recipe. You won’t be sorry-I promise. And when you make it, come back here and tell me which fruit you used. I want to know.

  

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  • Melanie @ Nutritious Eats
    Posted at 13:51h, 18 May Reply

    This sounds and looks perfect!

    • Robin
      Posted at 22:02h, 18 May Reply

      Thanks, Melanie!

  • Jessica @ Nutritioulicious
    Posted at 16:16h, 18 May Reply

    Yum! perfect for Memorial Day!!

    • Robin
      Posted at 22:03h, 18 May Reply

      Great idea!

  • Heather
    Posted at 18:51h, 18 May Reply

    Having picked nearly ten pounds of berries late last week, I am ecstatic to find a new twist on crumble that usually finds itself featuring apples or stone fruits in our house. And because I make nut and seed milks on a regular basis, we have a variety of flours hanging out in the fridge for baking. Looking forward to having this on the dessert menu very soon… and when the strawberries are gone, my blueberry bush is gradually blue-ing…! Thanks, Robin.

    • Robin
      Posted at 22:04h, 18 May Reply

      Heather–I promise you that it will be a family favorite! Yay for summer fruits!

  • Rachel @ Athletic Avocado
    Posted at 11:55h, 20 May Reply

    so perfect for summer! Looks beautiful πŸ™‚

  • Liz - Meal Makeover Mom
    Posted at 11:56h, 20 May Reply

    I’ve just started to play around with almond flour, so I’m happy I came across your recipe. We are huge crisp and crumble fans around my house, so I’d love to give yours a try .. especially that topping! We’re not in berry season yet here in New England, but I can’t wait!

  • genevieve @ gratitude and greens
    Posted at 12:54h, 20 May Reply

    Crumbles are one of my favourite desserts! Kind of feels like you’re eating a very fruity oatmeal, which I love. I’m so excited for Ontario strawberries to come back in season!

  • Jenny Shea Rawn
    Posted at 18:36h, 20 May Reply

    This crumble looks SO heavenly! Cannot wait to try. I don’t have freshly picked berries (yet!) so am very envious of your beautiful local berries.

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