What Do You Get When You Cover Your Favorite Summer Fruit in Delectable Crumbles? This Dessert Loved By All!
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It really doesn’t get much better than this blueberry crumble. It’s great year-round to satisfy your sweet cravings. We just finished a batch up last night and I am already salivating thinking about having it again! That’s how addictive it is. If you like desserts that satisfy all your cravings then this is an easy choice. It’s not super sweet, but has that addictive cake-like crumble that is both crispy and gooey – you know what I’m talking about! Combine it with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and it’s easily heaven on earth.
See what other fruits you can make this with, I am sure blueberry is my favorite, and that’s without even trying anything else. I’ve always loved my blueberries, even in a bowl with a bit of milk and some sugar sprinkled in there – yum! I might branch out but for now I’m sticking with the original recipe.
Recipe and photo courtesy of Food Network.
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Quick Tip: You can use cornstarch to thicken this if it’s too soupy.