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Crisp Topping

Looking for recipes for crisp topping? Taste of Home has the best crisp topping recipes from real cooks like you, featuring reviews, ratings, how-to videos and tips.

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Blueberry-Pecan Crisp

Blueberry-Pecan Crisp

Blueberry-Pecan Crisp

Toasted pecans add a pleasant crunch to this foolproof blueberry crisp. The recipe calls for pie filling and cake mix, saving you extra time in the kitchen.

Cheery Cherry Crisp

Cheery Cherry Crisp

Cheery Cherry Crisp

"I love the aroma and flavor of basil! So when I found a recipe that called for basil in a strawberry-rhubarb crisp, I couldn't wait to try it," writes Beth Rice of Springfield, Oregon. "I reduced the fat in the recipe and changed the strawberries to cherries since I had a tree loaded with them. The tart fruit flavor goes perfectly with the tangy basil."

Cherry Nut Crisp

Cherry Nut Crisp

Cherry Nut Crisp

Meet the Cook: I used my favorite cherry pie recipe to create this one after my fiance - who's now my husband - asked me to make a treat for his rugby team's meeting. Since I didn't have time to roll out a crust, I just used a simple crisp crust. -Melissa Radulovich, Byers, Colorado
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Classic Apple Cranberry Crisp

Classic Apple Cranberry Crisp

Classic Apple Cranberry Crisp

For a little old-fashioned goodness, treat your clan to this divine dish that bakes up warm and bubbly. It's great on its own or served with a scoop of ice cream. —Billie Moss, Walnut Creek, California

Cranberry-Apple Walnut Crisp

Cranberry-Apple Walnut Crisp

Cranberry-Apple Walnut Crisp

The first time I baked this bubbly, golden brown apple crisp, I knew it was a winner. Cranberry sauce adds the perfect amount of tartness to every spoonful. —Kara Cook, Elk Ridge, Utah

Easy Peaches 'n' Cream Crisp

Easy Peaches 'n' Cream Crisp

Easy Peaches 'n' Cream Crisp

This four-ingredient dessert can be ready in 10 minutes. When fresh peaches are not available, simply use frozen sliced peaches and adjust the microwave time.—Taste of Home Test Kitchen, Greendale, Wisconsin

Fall Fruit Crisp

Fall Fruit Crisp

Fall Fruit Crisp

This is a great recipe for any season, but is especially popular during the Fall months when the weather begins to cool off. I love baking and incorporating fresh ingredients whenever possible. This recipe is versatile and can be adapted to incorporate fruits that are in season, regardless of the month.—Taste of Home Cooking School

Fruit & Granola Crisp with Yogurt

Fruit & Granola Crisp with Yogurt

Fruit & Granola Crisp with Yogurt

Here's an easy recipe you can feel good about. Blueberries and peaches are such a delightful flavor combination. —Sue Schmidtke, Oro Valley, Arizona

Gingersnap Rum Apple Crisp

Gingersnap Rum Apple Crisp

Gingersnap Rum Apple Crisp

My mother makes incredible apple crisp, and I've added a few twists of my own. We think it's best warm with vanilla ice cream. —Nancy Heishman, Las Vegas, NV

Maple-Orange Pear Crisp

Maple-Orange Pear Crisp

Maple-Orange Pear Crisp

In fall, my family loves to kick back after dinner and dig into big bowls of this spiced crisp. It isn't too sweet, but still satisfies a sweet tooth. —Noreen McCormick, Cromwell, Connecticut

Pear Raspberry Crisp

Pear Raspberry Crisp

Pear Raspberry Crisp

We grow our own luscious red raspberries and feast on them fresh and freeze them for winter. This recipe combines the berries with fresh pears and a crunchy cereal topping. —Fancheon Resler, Bluffton, Indiana
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