Who doesn’t like a good crumble?
For me, crumbles need to have a crispy topping that sort of snaps a bit when your serving spoon goes through it on its way to find the fruit underneath…fruit that is heavy on acidity to cut through any sweetness in that crumble topping. And that describes a well-executed rhubarb crumble.
Most traditional crumble recipes simply combine flour, sugar and lots of fat – mostly butter. Vegan recipes tend to go for the simple alternative and use heavily processed vegan butter, margarine or coconut fat. I prefer to take a different route and combine
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