I love this no-fuss, no-bake dessert! It's lighter than a cobbler, but very yum! Be sure to mix your flour mixture well (mine was kinda lumpy). You can also sprinkle some cocoa or nutmeg to finish it up. Thank you for the recipe!
Great recipe... my husband ate the whole thing! I did add some lemon to the blueberry mixture to tone down the sweetness. A little zest to the crisp. I did make a double batch of the crisp for topping and added a dash of nutmeg and cinnamon and baked it for about 15 mins at 350. Excellent!
Very easy! I prepared the blueberries in the microwave as directed, but I baked the final crisp in the oven. Yummy!
I really recommend this recipe for a quick and very simple way to prepare a blueberry crisp. The filling is still a bit looser than I'd prefer but there is no way that can outweigh the overall taste and ease of making this dish. I have made it twice now and the 2nd time I added a bit of ground cinnamon to the blueberry mixture before cooking and it added a nice depth to the dish. Topped it once with vanilla ice cream and the other with black raspberry ice cream. Both are delicious matches to this recipe. Thanks for posting.
Uncle Bill this recipe is Awesome! The only thing I will do different next time will be to DOUBLE IT! Muchos Gracias!
WOW, i love how easy this was to make. I just bought a bag of frozen wild blueberries and saw this recipe. I didn't even read through the instructions at first and was asking my boyfriend what temp to set the oven at LOL. Happy to find out that I didn't need it at all :) easy and yummy. I didn't have cornstarch so I used some all-purpose flour instead and I cut down on the brown sugar mixed with the blueberries. I think the topping is sweet enough. Thanks for the recipe!
Excellent recipe...easily made for breakfast this morning. Superb; thanks
loved it so did my company, trying it with no sugar in the blueberries and a bit extra in the crisp part. Definitely a family favorite.
Overall, this was a good, easy recipe. However, I agree that it was a bit too sweet--I would also cut the sugar in the "blueberry mix" and just add it in the topping (which I doubled *smile*).