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What a delicious and warming dessert to enjoy on a cold winter's night.Except for one exception, I followed the recipe as written.The only difference I made was to use apples, instead of blackberry. This was a lovely crisp and the whole family enjoyed it with custard for dinner. We especially loved the crisp topping.Thanks Lavender Lynn we will be enjoying this one again.
Fabulous, easy and delicious !! I used a double whammy of mixed berries as I had no rhubarb. I loved the easy way of making the topping with melted butter - saves on dishes too !! Gorgeous for breakfast with yogurt or as dessert with cream - I tried both ways !!! Made for ZWT9.
Delicious! Great when hot and right out of the oven. No ice cream even needed for me! This is the first time I have cooked with rhubarb and I really liked the results along with the berries. The topping is just YUM. Made for the Soup-A-Stars during ZWT9
This was absolutely DELICIOUS!!! I used rhubarb and blackberries and the taste was out of this world! Thank you so much!!
This is a delicious recipe! My first time cooking rhubarb and it added a nice texture and slight tang. We had it warm with ice cream for a perfect summer dessert! Posted for ZWT #9.
WOW, was this ever a major hit. I used rhubarb cut from my yard (the first cut this year) and it went from growing to being washed and chopped within mins. For the berries I used frozen mixed berries and they worked fine. The rhubarb is present in taste but it vanishes from sight as the berries dye it completely. It's good fun to have folks trying to guess whats in it. I upped recipe amount to 12 as I wanted to fill a 9x9 dish and DH and myself wiped out 3/4 of it last night. I have no doubt that the rest of it will be dispatched before tomorrow. I really love the vanilla thickening! if you have the will power to wait a few hrs for it to fully cool and set you could likely cut this into squares. Tangy, sweet and completely marvelous, it's a keeper. :D