This cherry vanilla crumble is an incredibly simple and great recipe for the summer. It’s easy to make and tastes best warm with a scoop of creamy vanilla ice cream. mmm…
Phew, I’m late. The cherry season is as good as over and says goodbye again for 11 months. Is it the summer heat or just my much too big accumulation of photos on my laptop…but this delicious dessert almost went under. ALMOST.
It would not only be a pity, but almost a cheek, if I withheld this recipe from you. Honestly.
This cherry vanilla crumble is incredibly easy and quick to make and tastes delicious. It doesn’t matter if you’re expecting visitors, spoiling your family / loved ones or just want to do something good for yourself, it pays off to heat up the oven and make this dessert.
” Oh, Crumble. I love you Cherry much.
Like I said, I’m a little late with this recipe. Sooorry. If you can’t get any more fresh cherries, you can also get cherries (pitted) in a jar from the grocery store.
In this case strain the cherry juice (and use it elsewhere) and leave the sugar out of the recipe. The store bought cherries are usually already sweetened. You can also use 1-2 tablespoons of cherry juice for the filling. In this case add another teaspoonful of corn starch to give it a nice consistency.
I recommend that you always make this cherry vanilla crumble fresh and serve it warm. The filling tastes finest this way and the oat topping is nice and crispy. Also add a scoop of vanilla ice cream for the ultimate dessert experience.
You can also prepare it up to 24 hours before serving. Mix the ingredients for the filling and in a separate bowl the ingredients for the crumble and put both in the fridge. Add the two mixes to the tart tin right before baking.