This vegan streusel top will give your muffins, cakes and pies a crunchy texture, sweetness and a hint or cinnamon. The recipe I use is easy to prepare and produces nice, big crumbs. The right proportion of flour, sugar, and melted (not solid) vegan butter is key for achieving that texture, and in this post, I’ll share why.
I’ve been on a streusel kick this month.
All started in the summer when I baked a batch my vegan blueberry crumb muffins.
This recipe is amazing. But I’ve noticed each time I make it that the crumb topping tends to melt a bit in the oven.
The muffins will be covered in melted crumbs at the end. glaze What’s better than a big, sugary buttery? Crumbs What I dream about
One thing I’ve learned in years of recipe development is that no recipe is ever really done. We can decide that we love a recipe so much that we’d rather not mess with it. Recipes are just like people. They can always evolve.
I began to play around with the streusel or crumb topping.
As I began working on a recipe for coffee cake (which will be published shortly!) I had more time to figure out what makes a vegan streusel topping work out the way I like it to—which is…