Sunday, May 31, 2015

Easy Rhubarb Crumble for #SundaySupper

Our challenge for this week's Sunday Supper, chosen by TR of Gluten Free Crumbly, was to share a recipe that uses 5 ingredients or less.  I had gotten a pile of rhubarb from my friends, John and Kirsten, so I knew that I wanted to make a dish that incorporated some of it before I put the rest in the freezer.


This recipe is quick to assemble and beautiful to serve.  You can add a dollop of whipped cream or a scoop of ice cream to fancy it up a bit if you like.


Thank you TR for choosing such a wonderful topic for the week's Sunday Supper.

Rhubarb Crumble

6 stalks of  rhubarb, sliced into 1/2" moons
1 1/4 c. flour, divided
1 1/4 c.  cinnamon sugar, divided
3/4 c. old fashioned oats
6 T.  cold butter, cut into tablespoon portions
pinch of salt

Toss rhubarb with 3/4 c. flour, 3/4 c. sugar, salt and the cinnamon.  Place into an 8" square baking pan.  Place remaining flour, sugar, oats and the butter into a food processor and pulse briefly 3 or 4 times to create a large crumble.  Pour over the top of the rhubarb and bake in a preheated 375* oven until browned a bubbly, approx. 45 minutes.

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22 comments:

  1. Me too Renee.....Love easy peasy and delicious.

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  2. I still have a stash of rhubarb in my fridge---a crumble sounds like the perfect way to eat it up :)

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  3. I love crumbles and rhubarb! This recipe is a winner.

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  4. Yum! I have so much rhubarb and I need to make this with it!

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    1. It used up a good portion of mine Hezzi.

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  5. We aren't much into dessert eating here. Richard would have loved this though. He loved Rhubarb. My sister grows it in her yard

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    1. It grows like weeds too so I'm sure she is always trying to shove some your way Paula.

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  6. Confession: I've always been intimidated by rhubarb. But you have opened the door to do-ability to one of my husband's desserts - rhubarb pie. (After the crumble, I can translated it to pie, right?) Thank you!!!!

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    1. Oh don't be intimidated. It is just like any other fruit just use a little more sugar than with other fruit because it can be very tart.

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  7. Can't wait until my rhubarb is ready. I love a crumble!!

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    1. Rhubarb season is in full swing here Tara so I'm sure it will be ready for you soon.

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  8. I've never had rhubarb except maybe in a Strawberry Rhubarb pie when I was younger. Your crumble looks comforting, though. :)

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    1. We eat it for a couple of months each Spring. By the time the season is over you are happy to wait until next year to enjoy it again.

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  9. I'm a big rhubarb fan! This looks delish!

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  10. I love rhubarb and now that mine is growing I can't wait to use it!

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    1. I think one of the reasons we love it so much is because it is such a short season.

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  11. I haven't made a crumble in forever! I need to give your a try :)

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