As a big fan of streusel bites I wanted to prepare them now once vegan – and what can I say: I like them very much.
These are baked with spelt flour. The crumble wonderfully crisp and with coconut flakes and cinnamon.
Everything goes quickly and easily.
The professor is thrilled:-)
Ingredients for 4 crumble bites
For the dough
160 g spelt flour 630
35 g raw cane sugar (please not cane sugar)
2 tsp vanilla sugar
Note: For oat milk and raw cane sugar, I had only given half the amount in the first variation. An oversight resulting from the fact that I always experiment with half quantities. Sorry:-)
But now it is correct.
80 ml oat milk
40 ml oil of your choice (I used olive oil)
2 lightly heaped teaspoons of baking powder pure tartar
For the crumbles
50 g spelt flour
40 g raw cane sugar (please do not use cane sugar)
30 g cold (!) vegan margarine
a pinch of cinnamon
5 g coconut flakes
Mix flour, baking powder-pure tartar, raw cane sugar and vanilla sugar in a mixing bowl until well combined. Then add the remaining ingredients and mix everything well by hand and then knead a little. You want it to form a nice, soft dough ball. Put it in the fridge for about 15 minutes (while you prepare the crumble). Preheat the stove to 180 degrees (convection). However, it is best to go by your experience. Every stove is different. Prepare a wire rack with baking paper.
Put all ingredients in a bowl and knead well together, forming a dumpling with it.
Divide the dough into four parts and shape into balls. Then flatten into discs 7 to 8 cm in diameter and about 1 centimeter high (see photo).
Place the dough slices on the wire rack with the baking paper.
The art of making german crumbles
You can now crumble the crumble dough and see if you like the crumbles or always pick individual crumbles off the dough. This then gives larger crumbles – I prefer that. I like big crumbles.
Spread the crumbles on the dough slices and press down lightly (!).
Now move the wire rack to the middle rack.
The baking time is about 20 to 25 minutes.
Have fun with the crumble particles
… and ahoy from the cooking lab