Total TimePrep: 20 min. Bake: 40 min.
Love this recipe! I bake the crust alittle harder so it doesn't get quite so soggy. I used 1 -15 oz bag of frozen peach slices and 1 15 oz bag of frozen whole strawberries with 1 tbs of brown sugar to sweeten them, the crust and crisp had enough sugar to balance out the dish for me!
It tells me to mix different things but then it doesn't tell me what to do I mix the flour the Badder What is that go does it go on the bottom of the Pan
Quick and easy recipe, made it for a church celebration, It definitely a hit.
peaches from can? why? i use real fresh peaches peel and slices taste better than cans.
Great Base recipe to play with... the crust and topping were perfect crunchiness and perfect amount of filling for each. Sometimes recipes dont have enouph topping this was perfect! I used 7x11 glass dish instead and it was a nice deep dish version and fit clean to the top of the dish. My husband asked me to be sure to save the recipe... I used my kitch aid for the crust and topping
Delicious crisp! I used a combination of canned peaches and defrosted frozen fruit for the filling. My husband and I really enjoyed this.
I love peach crisp, and this is a tasty recipe. I think the calorie count is wrong though. I made alterations to the recipe to reduce the sugar and butter.....and when I added the numbers up, I came up with a number (even double checking my numbers) higher than the one given for 8 servings.
I have made this peach cripes recipe twice.My husband simply loves it! He can not wait till it comes out of oven.Very simple to make.Thank you for the recipe.
I was given 8 cans of California yellow cling peaches over the summer and wanted to figure out a way to use them before the end of the year. So I searched and found this recipe. It was so easy to follow! I made 4 pans, 2 exactly with this recipe and in 2 others, I substituted butter with a non dairy margarine for the sake of my son who is allergic to dairy. Both were a hit! Not bad for a first time peach crisp maker! Thanks for making this recipe so easy to create.
I had an abundance of fresh picked peaches to use, so I went looking for recipes & my search stopped when I came across this one. I made 1 1/2 of the recipe & made it in a 9 x 13 inch glass baking dish. I used 6 cups of peaches but kept the sugar to a scant 1 cup. Everything else I did exactly as the recipe said, adding in a little cinnamon & nutmeg. Excellent recipe! The crust helps to make this extra delicious & unique. I have plans to use all different kinds of fresh fruit in this recipe. Thank you, Dianne, for sharing this!