Celebrate the arrival of autumn with one of these hearty fruit crisp recipes!
If you use fresh sour cherries, soaking isn't necessary. Serve with The Classic Creme Anglaise (recipe link below).
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Though we think of crisp as a dessert, it also makes a healthy breakfast. Make it the night before for a quick spoon-it-up starter (warm it in the microwave, if you wish) or include it in a brunch buffet menu on a slowed-down Sunday.
Bumbleberry is a tumble of juicy fruit and makes a delicious contrast to this dessert's generous crisp layers under and over the fruit.
Use apples that hold their shape well: Golden Delicious, Idared, Mutsu, Northem Spy and Granny Smith.
An easy cookie crumble makes a quick and crunchy topping for juicy fruit.
Preheat oven to 350°F (180°C).
Filling: Peel and quarter nectarines. Place slices in large bowl and add raspberries, 1/3 cup SPLENDA® Granulated a...
Frozen berries, or cherries if you can get the sour red Montmorency variety, add colour and taste to juicy pears.
Individual crisps made with fresh fruit are a lovely finish to any dinner, and prove that there's no reason to scrimp on dessert. If you want, splurge on some good-quality vanilla ice cream to serve alongside.
Here is a scrumptious crumbly crisp as seen in our Test Kitchen Video: Flawless Fruit Crisp Desserts. Part of our new Best Baking and Delicious Desserts video series.
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