"A very easy and delicious dessert recipe that can be used with blueberries, peaches, apples or most any other of this type fruit. After it cooks it has a beautiful crust on top. The sugar may be adjusted to suit your taste." — PATRICIA GORDY
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After reading the other reviews, I decided to make this dessert with the following changes to the topping: 1/4 cup (instead of 3/4 cup) white sugar, 1/2 Tbs cornstarch, 1/8 tsp cinnamon (instead of nutmeg). I also reduced the amount of boiling water to slightly over 1/2 cup (instead of 1 cup). The result was perfect!! Not too sweet and not too soggy. I'll be making this again tomorrow :)
Recipe was OK. Topping was to soft and mushy for my taste. I like my crisp a little crispier.
If you can't find self rising flour, just add
1 tsp. each of baking soda and powder. We forgot and added 1/2 to the sugar and the balance in the water. It worked!!
Reading the other reviews before making the crisp I decided to turn up the heat to 365 and use cinnamon instead of nutmeg. It turned out pretty good, a little crisp and a littly cake like. Next time I will try reducing the amount of milk. The batter seemed crumblier without it and it might be crisper that way. Less sugar too, it was a little too sweet for me.
Very good and easy to make! It took less than 5 minutes to prepare. It called for WAY too much water, however. If I made it again I would also add more blueberries, although that's just my personal taste, and it isn't really necessary. I'll definitely be making this again. I also used cinnamon instead of nutmeg.
Unfortunately we didn't care for this because it was easy to make. It wasn't crisp, but was cake-like on top. I won't make it again but would suggest cinnamon instead of nutmeg.
I made this recipe using saskatoon berries, which are very similar to blueberries
but now quite as soft. It turned out excellent, and my dinner guests all raved
about it. I served it warm with frozen yogurt or vanilla icecream. I would like to
try it again with another type of fruit. I especially appreciated that it is mad in a
9" pan. There are only three in our family and I don't like to have lots of leftover
dessert. This was a perfect size for a dinner party for 6. I will definitely keep and
use this recipe over and over again.
Tasted great, it reminded me more of a cobbler. Not as crispy as I expected but the flavors blended well together. Added a bit of cinnamon and brown sugar to the topping and served warm.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Blueberry Crisp I
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 112
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