Recipe by MCBEALE11
"This is a showstopper, perfect for summer. Serve with vanilla ice cream to make it a perfect dessert. Use frozen fruit, if the fresh is not in season."
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fresh peaches, pitted and chopped
as it is this recipe is lacking, but if you take the advice of other reviewers it turns out wonderful. 2 tablespoons of flour in the fruit mix to thicken it is a must. omit the salt, half the butter and make a double batch of the crisp topping. after making these changes i had a 5 star dessert.
I found this to be WAY too sweet. Next time I'd use less than half the sugar the recipe calls for. I used five peaches and a cup of blueberries — I followed the advice of other reviewers and added flour, but it wasn't quite enough. I'd use four tablespoons of flour next time, with that amount of fruit. I'd also use wild blueberries so they don't burst and turn everything purply. I think this recipe holds a lot of promise, though! I'd definitely make it again.
Very yummy dessert. I used blueberries instead of raspberries and only sprinkled about a teaspoon of sugar over the fruit. I didn't use ramekins, but an 8-inch glass baking dish, so I increased everything a bit. Used one cup of berries, 5 peaches, and a bit more oats than that. Served with homemade vanilla ice cream. It was very, very juicy, but I expected that from using fresh summer peaches. This was so good I ate it for breakfast today!
Used a single pan for baking instead of the individual ramekins. Great recipe for fresh summer fruits. Turned out very juicy so I would probably add 2 tablespoons of flour to the fruit mixture.
My boyfriend and I picked raspberries and peaches at a local farm and made this dessert. We loved it straight from the oven, with vanilla ice cream. The only change I would make was that it was a little juicy and hard to serve; maybe add some flour to the fruit.
I used a half-can of whole berry cranberry sauce with the peaches and a tablespoon of flour. (Trying to use what I already had in the pantry.)
Tasty. Even better with vanilla ice cream.
Love this recipe! I did as others suggested and sprinkled corn starch with the sugar over the peaches. For the topping, I blended the oats in the processor then added the sugar the rest of ingredients. It was soooooo yummy! I tripled the recipe and baked it in a 9X11 pan. This is a keeper!
This was wonderful. I made some changes though. Instead of raspberries I used blueberries. I used one 10" round baking dish so I used a little more of everything. I doubled the crumble layer on top. I used six peaches and two cups of blueberries. Because blueberries are sweeter than raspberries I cut the sugar in half. My guests raved about this and I would definitely make this again.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Raspberry Peach Crumble
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 149
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