You are SO My Hero, Leeanne! I have been searching for a good fruit crisp recipe and never dreamed it could be so easy! My family loves it too! It is even a GOOD dessert for the kids! Yay! Thanks for making my day!
What a wonderful Idea! I have a jar of this in my cupboard now, especially that rhubarb and other summer fruit season is upon us. We are not usually dessert eaters, but if we need one fast, this is a perfect and easy solution.
I made this exactly as the recipe says. Have used it both on fresh fruit and canned , it is absolutely the best recipe and so really delicious. I will be keeping this on hand at all times for those quick desserts when needed. Love You so much for sharing this.. hugz!!!
This is great as OAMC! I place all the ingredients in snack size zip top plastic bags & when we are ready to use it, it always comes out perfect! I use this to top muffins too! Thank you!
I've made this several times. So Easy, so yummy! My problem is I gave some to friends & they come back wanting more.
What a great idea! I cut the recipe in half (only one of me). It worked out perfectly. It tastes great with blueberries and peaches. Thanks so much for sharing the recipe.
This was a really good idea, I love having something quick to make.When making it, my husband likes it crunchier, so I omitted the baking powder, baking soda and salt. I used it for apple crisp, but also once had some frozen fruit left (raspberries, blueberries and blackberries) and mixed it into the topping mix and baked until the knife came out almost clean (it firmed up as it cooled). Also I also put some topping mix in a small cannister I had and gave it to my sister, as a gift, I put a tag with the directions on it, around the top.
I made apple crisp using this topping. It was very nice. I over baked it a bit and the topping melted into a single layer - still tasty but I prefer the big crumbles. I used fresh apples as follows: Peel and core apples. Cut into 1/8ths or smaller. Toss into the baking pan. Sprinkle on a couple tablespoons of sugar and a tablespoon of tapioca starch. Stir the apples to distribute the coating. Top as usual. The tapioca starch will prevent filling seep, but not add flavor.
The best fruit crisp I have ever had!! Thank you so much for sharing this terrific recipe