This light and easy crumble topping was submitted by Kitchen Friend Paula Altenbach from Colorado Springs, CO. It’s a quick way to add a delicious crunch to any Amish Friendship Bread recipe, especially if you don’t have oats available.
If you have any crumble left over you can freeze it for later recipes.
Easy Crumble Topping
Easy Crumble Recipe for topping any Amish Friendship Bread recipe.
- 1 stick butter softened and at room temperature
- ¾ cup brown sugar packed
- 1¼ cup flour
- 1 teaspoon cinnamon optional
- Process ingredients until crumbly, then spoon or dust lightly on top of batter before baking.
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YOU SAY “process”. Does that mean I can make this in my food processor?
Vennessa Sherman says
Hi, where can I get the Amish dough. I use to be a part of the chain of friendship dough passed around but haven’t seen it in a long while.
Scott Nichols says
Can this be used for fruit crumble?
Hi Scott! This recipe makes a great topping for fruit crumbles. Happy baking!
It’s not crumbly at all?
Hi Rachel! There could be several reasons for this. Usually a crumble depends on the butter, how much you used and what temperature it was. If it was powdering and dry, try adding more butter. If it was gloppy and thick, try using cold to room temperature butter in order to get a nice, crumbly consistency. Happy baking!
This recipe has 3/4 brown sugar is that 3/4 cup ?
Friendship Bread Kitchen says
Hi Debbie — yes! Thank you for catching that, we’ve made the change. Cheers and thanks for being in the Kitchen with us!