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Wow! So easy and delicious! Loved the almonds in the topping. I cut this down to serve 2, and used individual gratin bowls to cook it in. It still turned out wonderfully well, I just decreased the cooking time a bit. Thanks for sharing this lovely recipe. Made for Potluck tag.
This is so easy & delicious! It's blueberry season here, & this is a great way to use them. I omitted the almonds, otherwise made as posted. I highly recommend serving with the vanilla ice cream- Berry Heaven!
My new favorite summertime dessert! I had some blueberries that needed using and really wanted to make a baked dessert but didn't want to turn on the oven for that long - voila! This was just perfect. I doubled the amount of topping and used blueberries and raspberries. Thanks for posting!
This was really good. I followed the recipe to a T. The topping was kind-of overtaken by the bubbling up of the fruit so it wasn't as attractive as a standard crisp but it still tasted great. Thanks for the recipe!
I just loved the simplicity of this dessert! Thanks for sharing!
This is yum yum yum Melly. I used 2 cups of frozen blueberries and 1 1/2 cups of frozen blackberries that I had picked last fall. I did omit the almonds per my families preference (not mine). I love apple crisp and so I knew would be equally as good and I thank you for a nice dessert tonight!!! Made for 123Hits~
YUMMY!! This is a 5-star keeper, not only because it tastes good. It is so easy to make! Now why had I never thought of making my crumbles in the microwave before? It cut total time from an hour, for a usual fruit cobble/crumble recipe, to 12 minutes! (I timed it!) I did sub in pecans for the almonds, otherwise, made as written. Thanks, HokiesLady!
Wonderful! And super fast to make in the microwave. Including printing the recipe, this took all of 20 minutes. Served warm with a little vanilla ice cream. My son loves fruit desserts, and this is a delicious one we can make in a flash. Thanks for sharing the recipe!