Strawberry Crumble Recipe

How to Make a Strawberry Crumble Dessert

The strawberries put up in 2018 are so sweet that they do not need anything added to them. They were at the peak of ripeness when picked and processed on the same day!

This is a perfect Valentines Day treat with its bright red strawberries!

Strawberry Crumble Recipe

Filling

  • 4 cups of sliced drained strawberries*

Crumb

  • 1/4th cup of butter (room temp)
  • 1/2 cup of dark Brown Sugar
  • 1/2 cup of oatmeal
  • !/2 cup of whole wheat flour
  • Pinch of salt

This made a 4 serving dish in a regular glass pie plate.. Feel free to double the amount if you want to make a larger pan.

*the strawberries had been frozen and then thawed out and so they drained nicely, if you are using fresh strawberries, I would recommend sprinkling 1 tsp of flour per 4 four cups of strawberries of the fresh ones to help thicken the juice a touch as it cooks.

Can be served hot or cold, can be served as is or you could put a tiny scoop of Vanilla or strawberry ice cream. Or you could put a small dollop of whipped cream.

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8 Responses to Strawberry Crumble Recipe

  1. Silveryew says:

    Crumble is a favourite in Husband’s family! And, more importantly, one of the few dishes I can actually make….. Most often made with foraged apples and blackberries. With it being berries and not stewing the fruit first, how long would you cook this for?

  2. LOL! (always double the crumb; )

  3. Mary Jean says:

    I love these delicious easy recipe’s! This one is just in time for the Big Game today!

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