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The perfect crumble?

MrStayPuft | Jun 23, 201912:21 PM     2

I recently made some blueberry scones. The scones themselves turned out glorious, however the crumble I made was frustrating. It consisted of flour, brown sugar, cinnamon, and butter mixed in with a pastry blender. It seemed that the crumble was too small, too "flour-ish" if that makes sense...I'm trying to achieve a crumble with larger chunks and a slightly sweeter flavour...Any advice here would be helpful.

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