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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.

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breezermom July 18, 2010

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!

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Kizzikate July 07, 2010

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!

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pattikay in L.A. August 19, 2009

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!

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flower7 July 10, 2009

I just loved the simplicity of this dessert! Thanks for sharing!

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Hazeleyes March 04, 2009

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~

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CoffeeB February 25, 2009

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!

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Susiecat too July 13, 2008

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!

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LonghornMama February 17, 2008
Microwave Blueberry Crumble