Strawberry-Almond Crumble

"From and Easy Everyday Cooking recipe card. Strawberry and apple filling is covered with a crumb topping that includes oats, almonds, and more. Delicious alone or topped with whipped cream or vanilla ice cream."
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  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  • Combine strawberries, apple, sugar, vanilla and 2 tablespoons flour in a shallow baking dish, mix well.
  • For topping combine 1/2 cup flour, oats, almonds, nutmet and brown sugar in a medium bowl.
  • Using a pastry cutter, or 2 knives, cut butter into topping mixture until coarse crumbs form.
  • Sprinkle crumb topping evenly over fruit mixture.
  • Bake about 25 minutes, until topping is lightly browned.
  • Cool 15 minutes before serving.

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  1. I have just made this with plums and love the addition of almonds in the crumble topping - an addictive dessert and so wonderfully easy too .
  2. This was wonderful! I used almond extract and it made the strawberries so sweet! I had to use a Pink Lady apple, but it worked out fine. I loved that the topping only had 2 tbs. butter, too. Thanks Tee Lee, for posting such a fabulous dessert. Roxygirl


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