She didnt leave the stems on and now they are so soft:(..Should they still be ok for this recipe? Ellen, yes, frozen cherries would work well. In a separate bowl, whisk together the cherry crumble topping ingredients. Shown in this post: (no one paid us to write this; just affiliate links for stuff we love): are you also freezing them or making cherry jams? Why have I never posted a crumble recipe? This cherry crumble looks delicious, Natasha!! It’s so simple my 6-year old can make a fruit crisp without help. 36 ounces frozen dark cherries, no sugar added (thawed) (3 12-ounce bags) Grab a copy of my new cookbook, Korean Paleo: 80 Bold-Flavored, Gluten- and Grain-Free Recipes! I def prefer it with cornstarch, as it makes it much more thick, rather than it being runny. Thanks for the good recipes, Natasha! Add the cherries to an 8×8-inch square baking dish, a large skillet, or a deep dish. Required fields are marked *. Start by mixing flour, granulated sugar, baking powder, cornstarch and salt in a large bowl. In a large bowl mix together cherries, sugar, vanilla extract, cornstarch*, and salt. The easiest triple berry crumble recipe + video, made with frozen fruit! I am sure after my family tries it tonight, they will be asking for the recipe. that would be good, however this is for a full crumble recipe. It appears to be working for me on desktop. The sliced almonds on top are a nice twist too. I think mixing red & yellow cherries would be gorgeous, a real show stopper in this recipe! 1/2 cup walnuts, pecans, or slivered almonds (optional). I’ve been tossing a few cherries into smoothies recently. , Oh how delicious is this! Serve with lightly sweetened whipped cream or vanilla ice cream. Do you think this would work with canned tart cherries? I think regular oats would work fine in this recipe if you wanted to substitute. It’s all gone :(, but we still have more cherries!! Thank you for your support and understanding. If using frozen cherries, defrost them until they are soft enough to easily slice in half. Technically, you could use any fruit with this crisp and have an easy, wonderful dessert! Your photograph of the dish looks amazing. They won’t burn Thanks for asking!! Depending on your oven, yours may take longer or shorter. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. You can withdraw consent at anytime. Bake for 30 to 35 minutes until filling is bubbling and the top is golden brown. This cherry crumble is like a cherry pie without the fuss. Bake for about 25-30 minutes, or until the topping id golden brown and the fruit is bubbling. This cherry pitter is worth every penny so that we get to enjoy even more cherries! Your email address will not be published. This sounds amazing. Required fields are marked *. This recipe uses frozen cherries, so it's great to make all year round! Drop the dough in mounds over the filling, leaving space between the mounds. ♥ FAVORITE THINGS ♥ ½ cup quick cooking oats The delicious fruit and crumble are so good! Stir well, then add cinnamon and vanilla. Learn how your comment data is processed. Also, the star rating is part of a pluggin that I use – I’ll look into that as that is definitely not normal. Irina, thank you for the great review and for the tip on the frozen cherries :). in this recipe sour cherries were cooked with rice and meatballs. But, you can definitely add extras if you wish! Made it and we enjoyed it tremendously. Mine was ready after baking for 50 minutes. Add 1/2 cup shaved almonds and toss to combine. My husband and I run this blog together and share only our best, family approved and tested recipes with YOU. As long as they are sweet cherries they will work well. In the bowl of a food processor fitted with a steel blade, combine: 1 cup flour, 1/4 cup granulated sugar, 1/3 cup brown sugar, and 1/8 tsp salt. Bake uncovered at 350˚F for 45 minutes, or until almonds are golden brown and cherry juices are bubbling at the edges. However, when using frozen cherries, make sure to defrost them completely or you will need to bake it a little longer. This is a sweet cobbler you can reduce the sugar slightly for a less sweeter taste. In the bowl of a food processor fitted with a steel blade, combine: 1 cup flour, 1/4 cup granulated sugar, 1/3 cup... 2. Natasha, What size pan do you use for this delicious cherry dish? Food bloggers exercise a lot of self control not to eat their samples before taking pictures. Thanks for sharing . Spread the crumble … I made it today! **By signing up for this newsletter, you are agreeing to our Privacy & Disclosure Policy. Yes, you sure can! 1. I just wanted to comment on how yummy this cobbler was (served it with vanilla ice cream of course). You can always pulse them in a food processor, but they won’t be as pretty as the sliced ones. /*