Fruit Crisp

debbie lachance Recipe

By debbie lachance dlachance

This is a fast and easy dessert! Everyone thinks i spent all day putting it together. Little do they know how easy it is and of course I will never tell....;)I love doing this with fresh apples from the orchards. You can use anykind of fruit you want and can mix them to get great tasting flavors. My momma taught me how to cook southern style, being from the hills of Kentucky.I love cooking and even more love watching my family eat it all up:)I hope y'all' enjoy this one!


Recipe Rating:
 8 Ratings
Prep Time:
Cook Time:
Cooking Method:
Bake

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Notes from the Test Kitchen:
When the Kitchen Crew and I taste-tested this, we used a frozen mixture of raspberries, strawberries, peaches and pineapple. We figured we couldn't go wrong with a mix like that. As it turns out, I just don't think you can go wrong with this recipe! This is a simple dish that hits on all the perfect "dessert" notes... sweet, tart and memorably delicious.

Ingredients

CRUMB TOPPING
1 stick
cream butter(unsalted)
1 c
all purpose flour
1/3 c
sugar
1/4 c
brown sugar, lightly packed
1/4 tsp
salt
1/4 tsp
cinnamon
FRUIT FILLING
2 Tbsp
lemon juice
1/4 c
all purpose flour
1/4 c
sugar
2 c
fruit (fresh or frozen)

Directions

1
mix crumb topping ingredients together till crumbly and holds shape when pressed together with fingers...set mixture aside.
2
mix your fruit and all fruit filling ingrediants (anykind you want, if using a fruit with a rinde make sure you peel it first apples,peaches, plums..ect.)
3
for individuale dessets (4 to 6 depending on size) spray the bottom of small oven safe dishes with non-stick cooking spray. may also be made as a single larger one
4
add fruit to the bottom of pans/dishes till about 3/4 full. Crumble topping over top of fruit. I used an 8" x 2" round baking dish
5
Bake @ 350 for 40 to 45 min. till top is golden brown and fruit is soft when pricked with fork and well jelled together.
  • Comments

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    FREDA GABLE cookin4me - Sep 15, 2010
    Oh My Goodness, You are Just down the road from me. . . I am in Vancouver, Wa, How Interesting. . This is exactly How I make My fruit Crisps. Good to See these tried and true recipes from Scratch kinds. Thanks so much.
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    debbie lachance dlachance - Sep 20, 2010
    Hi Freda,
    It is so very nice to hear from you. I have only lived here for three months, I moved from Maine. I was a huge move but I was happy to find out all my dishes/pans made it just fine. The first thing I unpacked was my kitchenaide mixer....LOL
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    Chris Popper Chris687 - Oct 6, 2010
    Oh .. where about in Maine.. have a son in Maine.. I am sure you must love the country side in Vancouver, WA.. enjoy.. Winter is coming.. so the crisp will be delicious..
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    debbie lachance dlachance - Oct 7, 2010
    I lived in Biddeford about 20 min south of Portland and 30 north of New Hampshire. I do love it here but also love Maine and would one day like to move back. I have been trying to an apple orchard, you would you happen to know where might be?
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    Karen LaBrecque Classic - Dec 16, 2010
    Hi Debbie!
    It's Karen LaBrecque from Maine. I happen to be researching recipes online and happen to see your name. I had no idea you moved to Washington. Please send me your phone number if you like, and, I'll call you to chat some time. You can send it to: classichomes@maine.rr.com
    Take Care!
    Karen