This blueberry crumble recipe is perfect for just two people and it is quick and easy to prepare. The dish only requires a few items and you most likely have all of them in your pantry. This recipe is sure to make it to the front of your cookbook.
Imagine this: You've got dinner ready, but it took you so long to prepare it that you almost forgot dessert! Of course, you could whip up one of your grandma's blueberry dessert recipes, but everyone knows how time-consuming making fresh blueberry desserts can be. We've got you covered. This recipe only makes a small quantity and can be made in a hurry.
The sweet-tart flavor of blueberry and the gooey and crumbly texture of the oats will make this the perfect dessert. With a preparation and cooking time of around 20 min, you will still have time to finish cooking that romantic dinner you have planned.
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You can top off your dish with some chopped nuts for an extra nutty flavor. Add a dollop of ice cream, or maybe some whipped cream on top for an added twist, and voila! You've got yourself a mouthwatering piece.
A fruit crumble or crisp can be made using any seasonal fruits that are readily available in the grocery store. Seasonal fruits like berries, peaches, apples, and apricots are always a big hit when creating delicious desserts. And hey! All of that fruit can be a little healthier than your favorite cheesecake, so you won't need to feel quite so guilty when you indulge your sweet tooth.
If you or your family are picky when it comes to texture, it is very easy to modify the filling's texture. The cornstarch is what thickens the filling. Add more or less according to the consistency that you like most. Play around with it and you might find that you like blueberry crumble even more than you thought!
This blueberry crunch can be turned into a larger crumble recipe by doubling the ratios in this recipe. Once you try this recipe you may decide that it would be perfect for your next family get together.
Once cooked, this timeless blueberry crisp can be safely stored on the counter (covered) for 2 days, in the fridge for up to 4 days, and in a freezer for up to 3-4 months!
You can easily reheat this beautiful dessert by popping it into the oven or microwave for a few minutes and enjoy the sweet syrupy confection whenever you are craving it.
This is one of those dishes that everyone loves, so keeping an extra portion or two in the freezer for those unexpected guests is a great way to stay prepared and awe your friends and family!
A good fruit crisp recipe is something you should always have tucked away in your cookbook, but this blueberry crumble is so good that you will be getting rid of all your other blueberry recipes. This is the perfect food for parties and family events. You'll almost certainly go home with an empty dish!
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