Crumble into - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
crumble into something
to break apart and fall down into bits and pieces. The base of the pillar suddenly crumbled into dust. The bones crumbled into dust as the body was lifted from the box.
References in classic literature
No enemy has set foot upon your soil, no Englishman has seen his womankind dishonoured or his home crumble into
To soften it and make it easier to crumble into
recipes for sauces, chili, and casseroles, steam the tempeh for a few minutes in a steamer basket or over a pot of boiling water.
To make crust, spoon 2 cups crumble into
prepared pan and press evenly over bottom of pan.
When cool, crumble into
coarse pieces into a large bowl.