Strawberry Crumble

Fresh strawberries under a crunchy topping make this Strawberry Crumble a delicious and quick family treat.

Strawberry Crumble | On Sutton Place

Here in the Midwest, it’s not strawberry season…but it’s just around the corner, so I wanted to share a few more strawberry recipes to add to your collection. This Strawberry Crumble is easy and quick enough that you could serve it warm for dessert. I put it together in the afternoon and baked it during dinner. It was warm and fresh when I dished it up. Yummy too. Here it is ready to go in the oven.

Strawberry Crumble | On Sutton Place

Strawberry Crumble | On Sutton Place

Strawberry Crumble

Fresh strawberries under a crunchy topping make this Strawberry Crumble a delicious and quick family treat.
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Servings: 6 servings
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes


  • 1 lb. fresh strawberries cleaned and sliced
  • 1/3 cup sliced almonds
  • 1/4 cup sugar
  • 2 teaspoon vanilla
  • 3/4 cup flour
  • 1/2 teaspoon baking powder
  • 3 Tablespoons cold butter diced
  • 2 Tablespoons quick oats
  • 1/3 cup sugar


  • Preheat oven to 400 degrees F.
  • Prepare a 9 in. pie plate with cooking spray.
  • Place cleaned and sliced strawberries in the dish.
  • Top with sliced almonds, 1/4 c. sugar and vanilla.
  • In a separate bowl, whisk flour and baking powder.
  • Add diced butter and mix together with your fingers.
  • (It goes quicker if you use both hands.)
  • Add oats and sugar. Whisk.
  • Pour topping on top of strawberries in pie plate.
  • Pat down with your fingers.
  • Bake for 30 minutes. Top should be golden and sides bubbling.
  • Cool at least 15 min. before serving.
  • Serve with whipped cream or ice cream.


If you aren't a fan of almonds it's totally fine to leave them out!
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I put a notation in the printable recipe that it’s fine to leave out the almonds. They added a little crunch but the topping is tasty enough that I don’t think you would miss the almonds. If you are feeding a crowd, it would be a cinch to double the recipe and bake it in a 9 x 13 pan. You might want to get a helper to clean the strawberries though!

Strawberry Crumble | On Sutton Place

We had snow this week here in Ohio, but I am hoping it was the last. My grass is beginning to turn green although it hasn’t grown much. I lost 3 big boxwood, but so far I think they are the only casualties of the winter. It was a winter like no other I can remember. Almost on a daily basis, I said a prayer of thanks for my work-from-home situation. I wasn’t forced to go out when it was -30 and I am beyond grateful for that. Once again, I thank you all for your support of my blog.

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  1. This sounds YUMMY. 2 questions though:
    1. Can I grind up the almonds finely and add to flour/oat mixture? If so, should I increase the butter due to increased topping bulk?
    2. Do quick oats have to be used, or are regular old fashioned oats ok?

    1. Ann Drake says:

      Hi Jaime…grinding the almonds is fine. Good idea actually! I’m not sure about adding more butter, but I don’t think it will be necessary. Any kind of oats can be used. Enjoy!

  2. That sounds so delicious Ann and I love the idea of using the almonds!

  3. Ricki Jill Treleaven says:

    Pinned it! I will probably bake this at some point during the week. Trip gave me a pie plate for our Anniversary….a gift that keeps giving….to him! :/

    It is strawberry season around here! There have been strawberry festivals the past two weeks.


  4. Another good and quick recipe from Ann…….
    This looks delicious. Will definitely try this one. Something to consider bringing for refreshments to Sunday School class.


    Hope you had a lovely and blessed Easter.

  5. Only those of us living in the Midwest know how longgggggg this winter has been!
    we had a beautiful day here (near St. Louis)….hope it is headed your way. Happy Easter !

  6. That pic looks so delicious! I’ll be making this soon! Thanks for your delightful posts. I always look forward to reading what you share! Happy Easter! He is Risen!

  7. This looks delish,will try very soon.I ‘ve been following you for awhile love your posts.Question you said you use both baking powder & baking soda in breads do you use equal amounts? Thanks for all your helpful hints.

  8. I look forward to your posts and really enjoy your recipes. Recently I tried your strawberry fluff and am going to make your orange fluff this weekend. Have a nice Easter.

  9. Jeanette Duke says:

    Wow! I love strawberry anything! This sounds so yummy and I will give it a try when our strawberries are here in Ga. On another note—how is your shamrock coming along? Mine has been and is still blooming like no tomorrow!!!

  10. Kathleen G says:

    A taste of spring. I always look forward to your blog. Have a blessed and scrumptious Easter with your family, Ann.

  11. Nancy Barton Bailey says:

    Can’t wait to try this – almost strawberry season here in northern CA. Have you tried this with rhubarb or a mix of strawberries and rhubarb? It just sounds workable to me so I will experiment. Wishing you and your family a blessed Easter.

  12. Penny @ The Comforts of Home says:

    This sounds really good Ann! I usually make short cake. Here in NC I just saw a strawberry stand yesterday! I think the strawberries were from South Carolina.

  13. Sounds and looks delicious. Happy Easter

  14. Yvonne @ StoneGable says:

    Oh Ann! You have my sweet tooth’s attention! What a delicious looking recipe! I love that it can be made earlier in the day and then can be cooked during dinner to eat warm. Oh yummy! This is a must try!