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This Dessert Turns Any Dinner Into a Festive Occasion
I think this amazing crumble should be mandatory at every family gathering, holiday meal and special occasion. Ever since my sister gave me this recipe I have been trying to find excuses to make this twice a week. Not that I would really need an excuse to make a mind-blowing dessert, but I kinda feel guilty for always eating half the batch myself.
Over the years I’ve tried various crumbles; some have turned out amazing, some – not so much. The first time I was making this I knew by the aromas alone that this was going to be a winner. My whole family loved it so much, they almost had a fight over the last portion!
There is one ingredient that I think makes all the difference in the flavor, and that’s the candied ginger. I hadn’t used that in crumbles before so I had my doubts about it. It turned out delicious! I am definitely going to be making a double batch of this stuff over the holidays!
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Quick Tip: This recipe makes 6-8 servings.