Strawberry Crumble

The two times we went to Belgium, to Bruges and to Ghent to be exactly, we ate breakfast at Le Pain Quotidien, a place where everything you order is organic. And delicious. I already made their Hazelnut Chocolate Spread after we came back from Bruges. Well, they came up with the idea and after some experimenting I made my own version of it. 
This time I made their Strawberry Crumble. 




Here's the recipe:

What you need:
450 grams frozen strawberries (you can use other fruit, if  you like)
3 tablespoons sugar
170 grams flower
100 grams sugar
100 grams butter

Preheat the oven on 190 degrees Celsius
Just put the strawberries in a bowl that can stand the heat of the oven and sprinkle the 3 tablespoons of sugar over it. 
Mix the flower and sugar and knead the butter through so you get a crumbly dough. Divide the crumbles over the strawberries and put the bowl in the oven for 30 minutes.
That's all it takes! Bon Appetit! 



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Comments

  1. yum! This looks like the perfect dessert to try this spring when the strawberries come into season. Thanks for sharing!

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    1. Thanks! Even with fruit from the freezer it's sooo delicious, haha!

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  2. I love fruit crumbles, and your strawberry one sounds wonderful! I can't wait for fresh strawberries this year! :)

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  3. oh so ready for strawberry season gonna try this then
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  4. Hmmm, yummi! I LOVE Strawberry Crumble!
    Happy day to you,
    Hugs
    Claudia

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    1. Thanks, Claudia! Have a great day, too!

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  5. nom nom nom! This would be so yummy about now! Thanks for linking to Snickerdoodle Sunday!

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  6. That gets a giant "yum" from me! I love that it's egg-free (I'm allergic) and that it would be a cinch to make with GF flour. Thank you for the great recipe. I'll be whipping it up with the season's first farmer's market strawberries.

    ♥ Jessica

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  7. Looks delicious, and it's so easy!!! I have to to try it! :)

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    1. Little effort, great result :-) !

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  8. I bet that is so yummy! Thanks for sharing how you made this @DearCreatives party! Hope your week's off to a good start! Theresa

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