Recipe by Stephanie
"My mom and I would often make this yummy and easy peach crisp using her home-canned peaches when I was little."
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sliced fresh peaches
Used frozen peaches. Wonderful recipe!!!! Will use this again.
This was okay. I liked the topping so next time I may try plums. The peaches were not as juicy as I'd hoped so it was a bit dry.
I'm not much of a cook and this turned out great. I used fresh peaches that were going bad, didn't peel them, uneven slices and chunks, old butter and terrible job cutting it into the flour mixture. And it still turned out really tasty.
This is a simple-classic recipe, like the one my mom would make on Sunday nights. Thanks for sharing!
Great recipe. I put some nutmeg and cinnamon in the peaches for more flavor and some cornstarch to thicken my peaches as they were juicy but other then that it was great and the topping I'll use it on my apple crisp from now on. It stayed crisp even after a few day.
Great easy way to use fresh peaches. Thanks!
I added pecans crushed to the top and cooked this in cupcake tins with silver liners. It took the same amount of time, just made small to prevent *accidently* overeating.
They freeze well.
A very quick and tasty recipe! Takes hardly no time to prepare and everyone loves it. Thanks for sharing!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Mom's Peach Crisp
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 110
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