Cherry Crumble Loaf – delicious, crunchy, moist, fruity, and soft. When you cut into it, it’s like a river of heaven. Look at the colour- its a beautiful rich red. I think this particular crumble loaf is nicer than the usual dessert that we often have as a traditional crumble. After all, this is a kind of ´comfort food´ and it certainly makes you feel good! I must not forget to mention that it will keep for up to four days and still have the crunch. I always make sure I make the most of the fruit when they are in season, and you can freeze this loaf of crumble if you wish. This way you will impress your friends whenever they visit. I do it all the time, freezing my veg from my garden and the fruit from the market, whilst it’s in season and at the best prices.
In case you didn’t know, crumble is of British origin, and that it can be made as a sweet or a savoury version, depending on the ingredients used, but of course it’s more common as a sweet dessert. A savoury version uses meat, vegetables and a sauce for the filling, with cheese instead of sugar in the crumble mix. Crumbles have only really been made in Britain since world war II. We all have our favourite versions of puddings, and for me this is nice but also very different. I do hope you will make it and like it.
Lets see how it’s made: