I can’t help myself but eating berries every day in summer is just my fave! so when it comes to baking in summer I tend to always go with berries…
my husband works as a constructing engeneer and in his office it’s kind of business to bring something to eat as a “mid-morning-snack” when you go or come from a vacay.
in Switzerland we call this mid-morning-snack “Znüni” – what literally means “at nine”, so usually we eat it at nine! the “Znüni” is what ever you like; an apple, a sandwich, a yogurt or just cake. so long story short: he asked me to bake something for the office and I pleasantly accepted ❤
as I already told you – I love berries – it was an easy one to choose what to bake: the berry crumble cake. it was the first time I tried it but I am very happy about how it turned out. the recipe is quite easy and you can’t really do something wrong.
for the crumble
200g grated almonds
mix all the ingredients above with a fork until you have a nice crumble – set aside.
for the cake
250g butter, room temperature
pinch of salt
juice and zest of a lemon
2 tsp. baking powder
450g mixed berries, frozen
in a large bowl, mix butter, sugar and salt and mix one egg at a time to it until you have a light fluffy batter. slowly stir in the lemon juice and zest as well as the milk. sift in the flour and baking powder and give it a stir until everything is well combined. prepare a brownie tin (I used a tin that is 30x30cm) with butter and flour and spread the butter in it. dispense the berries and top it with the prepared crumble. bake for about 30 – 40 minutes in the preheated oven at 200°C.
what is your favourite treat in summer? I’d love to hear from you ❤
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