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Cherry Crisp

Follow these homemade cherry crisp recipes to make cherry fruit crisps, oatmeal crisps, nut crisps and other quick crisp desserts with a distinctive cherry flavor.

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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

Crispy Chip Candy Mix

Crispy Chip Candy Mix

Crispy Chip Candy Mix

My grandchildren love to help me prepare this recipe. The mix makes a great gift gift because it looks pretty layered in a jar and speeds up the process of creating yummy candies.
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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

Cherry Pineapple Crisp

Cherry Pineapple Crisp

Cherry Pineapple Crisp

I made this crisp often when our children were growing up. Now our grandchildren love it as well. It's terrific topped with ice cream. Cherries and pineapple are a tasty combination.—Annabell Jordan, Broken Arrow, Oklahoma

Homemade Cherry Crisp

Homemade Cherry Crisp

Homemade Cherry Crisp

"Our family loves this pretty, tasty dessert," writes Laurie Todd from Columbus, Mississippi. "It uses convenient pie filling, so you can make it in no time—and it takes just a few minutes to heat in the microwave."

Microwave Cherry Crisp

Microwave Cherry Crisp

Microwave Cherry Crisp

Microwave Cherry Crisp uses a time-saving method to produce a treat with old-fashioned flavor. It tastes just like the old-time crisp with half the fuss and mess. —Debra Morello, Edwards, California

Quick Fruit Crisp

Quick Fruit Crisp

Quick Fruit Crisp

Fruit crisps often take time to prepare, what with slicing the fruit and baking in the oven. But this quick and easy dessert uses canned pie filling and is cooked in a skillet! Serve it alone or with a scoop of ice cream.

Six-Fruit Crisp

Six-Fruit Crisp

Six-Fruit Crisp

I combined different recipes to make up this easy dessert, and now I always keep the ingredients on hand. Serve it warm with whipped topping or ice cream for a comforting finish to meals. Or fix it for brunch instead of a fruit salad.

Cherry Crisp

Cherry Crisp

Cherry Crisp

The very first time that I made Cherry Crisp, my brother happened to be visiting. He is an ice cream lover—but he passed up the scoops of vanilla that he tops most desserts with so he could taste the cherries better! Wheat, soybeans and milo are the main crops on our farm. We also have three small cherry trees. I apportion all of that harvest for this recipe. My husband's is the manager of a coop. I work part-time as a church secretary...teach piano in our home...and enjoy making clothes for myself and our 3-year-old daughter. Cross-stitch is one of my favorite hobbies.

Cherry-Blackberry Crisp

Cherry-Blackberry Crisp

Cherry-Blackberry Crisp

I've used mulberries instead of blackberries in this old family recipe. Whichever you choose, it's a mouthwatering treat. —Wanda Allensworth, Webster City, Iowa
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