This recipe is inspired by lil krutooñ di pwer, or the Saskatoon crumble. It’s a dessert from the Métis Nation, which is a group of the descendants of the Cree and the early French settlers and explorers.
I found the link to this Métis cookbook just in time before it was time to move on to Australia. The recipe is on page 76.
This was super fun and easy to make. This would be perfect to recreate in a classroom or with students or scouts in the kitchen or at camp!
Kneading this dough is easy and the dough is easy to handle. It comes out just like a freshly baked scone. I topped mine with blueberry jam and butter.