Sunday, 13th October 2013

If you are lucky you might get some late blackberries and peaches for this delicious gluten-free crumble. Unfortunately I didn’t managed it to blog earlier, but as it fits with the gluten-free theme at the moment and as the combination of peaches and blackberries is that good (I wasn’t convinced at all before) I had to blog it nonetheless. I found the recipe in the gluten-free girls aka Shauna James Ahern’s second book.

I own all of her three books and I especially like the first one where she tells her story becoming the gluten-free girl, which is very interesting and good written. The second book is much more experimental and is mostly filled with elaborate recipes, so I use it quite seldom. The new and third book is in my possession since recently and like the title Gluten-Free Girl Every Day promises it’s filled with gluten-free recipes for everyday. The first glance promises a great collection of recipes!

This crumble just tastes scrumptious as gluten-free, but if you don’t own the right flours and don’t have to eat gluten-free, just use regular wheat flour, which works also fine. If you don’t get any peaches and blackberries, use pears and apples or quinces. You could also experiment with plums! Adapt it from season to season and enjoy it warm from the oven, in my opinion that’s how the crumble tastes best!

Pfirsich-Brombeer-Crumble [glutenfrei]

Two years ago: tart flambée

Three years ago: peach shortbread

Four years ago: apple tart


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