Tess' Any Fruit Crumble

Tess' Any Fruit Crumble created by Chef shapeweaver

I've been looking for the perfect crumble recipe for a long time and my friend Tess had it! I've made this different times with peaches, apples, plums, and rhubarb/strawberry but really any fruit or berries will do. It is easy to change the serving size or make more fruity or more crumbly as long as the crumble ingredients remain equal parts.

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  • Mix fruit wiht 1 T flour, 1 T sugar and the cinnamon.
  • Crumble together flour, brown sugar, butter and oatmeal.
  • Butter a 9x9 pan and pour in fruit. Top with crumble and bake at 350 degrees until browned and bubbly.
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"I've been looking for the perfect crumble recipe for a long time and my friend Tess had it! I've made this different times with peaches, apples, plums, and rhubarb/strawberry but really any fruit or berries will do. It is easy to change the serving size or make more fruity or more crumbly as long as the crumble ingredients remain equal parts."

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  1. Chef shapeweaver
    The recipe was made on 8/12/ for " Culinary Quest 2014 ". Since the full amount of the recipe wasn't needed the recipe was reduced by half. I used peaches for the fruit. After mixing everything together, I did a " Quality Control " taste was done. I felt that it wasn't sweet enough,so I added just a bit more brown sugar and it seemed to do the trick. I served this with a large scoop of vanilla ice cream it was so good. Thanks for posting and " Keep Smiling :) "
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    Tess' Any Fruit Crumble Created by Chef shapeweaver
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    Tess' Any Fruit Crumble Created by Chef shapeweaver
  4. Chocolatl
    I'm giving this 5 stars even though my husband didn't think it was sweet enough (aw, what does he know? I liked it). I made it with fresh peaches. It's incredibly easy--the hardest part was cutting up the fruit. A great dessert for summer when fresh fruit is in season. Thanks for posting!
  5. sofie-a-toast
    I made this last night for a post-dinner treat with strawberries and raspberries. It is amazing that making just a 1/4 of this recipe really does fit perfectly into 2 ramekins. I baked mine for 25 minutes and topped with whipped cream while still warm. Made for a very comforting delicious dessert!
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