streusel

[German shtroi-zuh l; English stroo-zuh l, stroi-]

Origin of streusel

1925–30; < German: literally, a sprinkling; see strew
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streusel

noun
  1. mainly US a crumbly topping for rich pastries

Word Origin for streusel

German, from streuen to strew
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