coffee crumble bowl

energizing coffee crumble bowl

In my opinion there is nothing better than cakes with crumbles. Especially the baking part of the crumbles is my favourite, because half of the batch lands in my stomach unbaked. Maybe that´s the reason why I do not identify with diet culture. However I found a way to eat crumbles for breakfast, without stomach issues afterwards – and it is actually pretty nourishing. The coffee crumble bowl is the perfect start in the day.

You can eat the crumbles unbaked without any problems, however I really like to bake mine shortly in the air fryer for 8 minutes at 160 degrees. It gives them a little crunch, but they are not entirely baked through.

If you are not a coffee – person, you can just leave it out. But it intensifies the chocolate flavour. So, I highly recommend it.

energizing coffee crumble bowl

Course: Breakfast, SnacksDifficulty: Easy
Prep time



really doesn´t matter



  • crumbles
  • 20g protein powder (or oat-flour)

  • 20g melted flakes

  • 5g peanut flour

  • 25g curd

  • 25g cream cheese

  • 1tsp coconut sugar

  • 1 tsp cinnamon

  • 1 tsp cacao

  • 1 tsp instant coffee powder

  • maybe a dash of milk

  • base
  • as much yoghurt/curd/skyr you like

  • 1 tsp coconut sugar

  • toppings of your choice


  • mix all the ingredients for the crumbles, it should be a non-sticky but soft dough. If needed add some milk
  • form crumbles out of the dough, if you want to you can bake them in the air fryer for 8 minutes at 160 degrees
  • mix the yoghurt/curd or skyr with some coconut sugar and topp it with the crumbles and more toppings. Raspberries, some more chocolate and peanut butter go really well with it.

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