Slow Cooker Rhubarb Crumble Recipe – What the Redhead said
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For me, crumble is the ultimate pudding. Served with a jug of custard or even whipped cream, stewed rhubarb, rhubarb sauce, and shredded topping are comforting, warm, and delicious. It’s like a hug in a bowl. But I’m always looking for new crumble flavors to try and also new ways to make a crumble. And using the slow cooker is my new favorite way to make a crumble.
I’ve always loved making easy slow cooker recipes, as while they happily cook it leaves me free to move on with other things. I recently started making slow cooker desserts, starting with our collection of slow cooker fudge, but now I’m looking forward to making many more as the months go by.
What is a
A crumble is a dish that can be made sweet or savory. Sweet varieties are usually made from stewed fruit topped with a crumbly mixture of butter, flour, and sugar, and in the United States they are called crunchy rather than crunchy. A sweet shoemaker is similar: topped with dough, biscuit or dumpling.
Can you vary this recipe? This
rhubarb crumble recipe
can be easily varied by substituting fresh rhubarb for another fruit. You can swap rhubarb for apples to make a really lovely slow cooker or use blackberries or summer fruits for a really nice berry crumble if you want. A strawberry rhubarb clay pot crumble would also be lovely!
But, rhubarb crumble,
or crunchy rhubarb as it’s called in America, is our family favorite, so it made sense that our first slow cooker crumble recipe would be rhubarb
Our crumble always includes oat flakes and mixed nuts to add a little extra texture and flavor to the dish. We also use melted sugar in the crumbly mixture, but you can also use brown sugar or demerara sugar if desired. The best thing about a crumble is that you can use whatever you have on hand.
If you’re looking for other rhubarb recipes to try, why not try our rhubarb, strawberry crumble, or bread and butter pudding yogurt cake? You can see all our recipes to date here.
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Here is our wonderfully sweet slow cooker recipe Rhubarb Crumble
- 160g flour
- 50g chopped
100g butter 100g sugar 50g
- Cut the rhubarb into pieces and put it in the slow cooker.
- Add the sugar mass of 170g and mix well.
- In a large bowl, mix the rest of the ingredients until they resemble breadcrumbs. This is your crumbling coverage.
- crumble mixture over the chopped rhubarb mixture in the
- slow cooker on low heat for 3 hours with a tea towel under the lid.
- After 3 hours, remove the lid and tea towel. Continue cooking for 30 minutes to let excess moisture cook.
- Serve simply with custard, cream or ice cream. It is best eaten immediately and crumble is always a dessert that is most enjoyed when shared.
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