4 Reviews

We thought the topping was a bit to dry. But the addition of vanilla ice cream made this a very nice dessert at the end of a cookout.

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Maryland Jim July 03, 2010

I have other fruit crisp recipes but I have to say this is my new favorite!! By keeping the ingredients simple, the fresh blueberry flavor really comes through. My husband & son both said that this recipe is a definite keeper. I've made it twice now and the first time I toasted & finely chopped the pecans. The 2nd time, I roughly chopped them and did not toast. I preferred the untoasted, roughly chopped way - personal preference. Definitely try this one!

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Owned by a Westie May 29, 2009

YUMMY! Split into two pans. Ate half and the other half is in the freezer.

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jane49423 August 06, 2008

This is a very delicious crisp and simple to make. I used the last of my frozen blueberries from last year's crop. As I was putting the crisp in the oven, I noticed the pecans on the counter. I guess I forgot them because it is not mentioned in the recipe when to add them. Doesn't matter tho, didn't miss them in the final product. Served with dulce de leche ice cream. YUMMO!

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KelBel August 05, 2006
July Crisp.....blueberry