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This was amazing! Great for a summer BBQ!
I changed up the flour for the topping, using 1 cup almond meal, 1/2 cup oat flour, and 1/2 cup oats to add some texture. I also added almond extract and vanilla extract to the topping for a deeper flavor. It was almondelicious and very easy to assemble. I will definitely make this recipe again and again with fresh berries on hand!
I made this today for the second time and it was loved by all once again. It’s a marvelous recipe, and so easy!! Tastes especially yummy with lightly sweetened whipped cream.
I absolutely love all the deserts your dad likes! I’ve made this lovely berry crumble many, many times and everyone loves it. Especially love the almonds in the crumble. in fact, I now put almonds in all the crumbles I make. Made this with peaches recently and it was really delicious! Thank you thank you for sharing these recipes.
I made this with 1 tbsp cornstarch for 1/2 the total amount and it was perfectly set. For the whole amount you might need 2 Tbsp of corn starch, if using. Also sub 1/2 the flour with rolled oats- it leaned more towardsa crisp but was perfect. Liked the additon of lemon zest. Food & Wine has something v similar to this which they named as ‘mixed berry spoon cake’!
Any other substitute for tapioca? I’d love to try this… strawberries are flooding the farmer’s market!
Yes, try using corn starch, the same amount. Should work fine. ~Elise
Another tip for thickening: A few tablespoons of gelatin. Plain or flavored. For berry pies/crumbles/etc I usually just use some red Jello and it turns out great.
Driscoll strawberries used to be a premium berry, the best available in the supermarket amd worth the higher price. Sometime in the past few years they ceased to be a type of berry and became a brand. Today they are little different than all the other mass produced strawberries—grown for shipping, not for taste. Our loss.
Thank you for sharing this recipe! I made it last night for my in-laws and they loved it. I used organic strawberries, raspberries, and blueberries. It turned out wonderfully and was a big hit!!
Very good! I only had 2 cups of blueberries and 2 cups of strawberries, but used 1 Tbsp of cornstarch. Thickened well and the final result was tasty with vanilla Tofutti. This may be come a July 4th tradition.