adjective, crunch·i·er, crunch·i·est.
Examples from the Web for crunchy
There is no better thing on a Sunday afternoon than a fruity, molten, crunchy crumble.The Barefoot Contessa Knows How To Make Us Crumble|Ina Garten|November 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The sundae is meant to be a delectable marriage of textures: squishy and crunchy.
Will crunchy parents be running to the pet stores for roach farms?More Germs, Less Asthma? Study Shows Babies Exposed to Bacteria and Dander at Less Risk|Brandy Zadrozny|June 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Street sweepers are working extra shifts to remove the crunchy carcasses.
CARAMEL NUT BRULEE A delicious but simple desert, a wonderful combination of creamy and crunchy textures.
I wondered why it was so crunchy until I discovered that there was a beetle inside all the dehydrated peas in the soup.The Biography of a Rabbit|Roy Benson
And—quite in contrast to the evening of her seventh birthday anniversary—toast there was, deliciously crisp and crunchy!The Poor Little Rich Girl|Eleanor Gates
Run the kernels through a food chopper or meat grinder to make a Crunchy butter.Northern Nut Growers Association Report of the Proceedings at the Thirty-Eighth Annual Meeting|Northern Nut Growers Association
It was pitch dark, and the stars were shining, and the snow was so nice and crunchy.Mary's Rainbow|Mary Edward Feehan
Word Origin and History for crunchy
1892, from crunch + -y (2). Student slang sense of "annoyingly intense about health or environmental issues" is by 1990, short for crunchy granola (considered as natural and wholesome); not entirely pejorative at first. Related: Crunchiness.