Cherry Crumble – Fast and always good!

And now all: Cherri Cherri Laaaady … I’m really not a fan of Dieter, but back then, yes, back then, the proud Vokuhila carrier landed a real hit. An ode to the cherry or something.

My ode to the cherry is not musical, but you can let it melt on your tongue. Thick, sweet cherries cuddle up under a soft blanket of buttery sprinkles. Refined is the delicious Cherry Crumble with vanilla, already we fall in love like Dieter in the seventh crumble-heaven!

How must the perfect sprinkles be for you? My dream crumbles are buttery, crack wonderful in the mouth and then melt on the tongue. By a little brown sugar, they have a wonderfully light malt note. Sounds good? But something like that!

We enjoyed the cherry crumble yesterday after a long bike ride. A thick scoop of vanilla ice cream, you’ve already conjured a fast dessert , which is guaranteed to arrive well. So be quick in the kitchen with you, as long as we are still supplied on the market with sweet-sweet cherries.

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Cherry Crumble

  Portions : 4

  Calories per serving : 249 kcal

Ingredients

  •   500
      g
      sweet cherries
  •   Mark of half a vanilla pod
  •   1
      EL
      Sugar
  •   30
      g
      Butter
  •   40
      g
      flour
  •   40
      g
      Oatmeal
  •   25
      g
      Brown Sugar

Instructions

  1. Oven on Preheat 190 degrees

  2. Wash cherries, pebble and place in a non-stick pan. Add a tablespoon of water and simmer over low heat for 5 minutes. Stir in the sugar and simmer for a further 5 minutes over medium heat until the cherries are a bit soft

  3. In a small bowl, add the butter to the flour. The easiest way to do it is to use very cold butter. Stir in the oats and brown sugar until well blended

  4. Spoon the cherries into a fireproof shape. Sprinkle with the sprinkles. Bake for 25 minutes until the crumble layer is golden brown and crispy. Allow to cool briefly, then enjoy ice cream with a large ball

Sweet cherries and crunchy crumble, so I like to eat my crumble. How do you like this delicacy?

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