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I had both the fresh peaches and the blueberries and simply couldn't resist the temptation of this recipe. It kept calling my name! I'm so glad it did too, because this was wonderful! I made exactly as directed and it turned out magnificently! Thank you so much, Dorothy for sharing this wonderful recipe with Recipezaar!

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Bev August 14, 2002

This is fantastic! I made this with no substitutions, it's great just as it is! The fruit mix is just sweet enough, the topping is crunchy and goes so good with the creamy filling. I made it in the oven and served it warm with vanilla ice-cream. YUM!! Thanks Dorothy, this is a keeper!

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MizzNezz September 04, 2002

I made this tonight and found it very easy to put together. I liked the combination of the peaches and blueberries. But next time I will make sure the blueberries thawed before using them. I think this is the reason it came out juicier (watery) than it should.

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Kathy in Fla September 10, 2003

I reduced the recipe to serve one, and it was absolutely delicious! The peaches and blueberries went so well together. I'm salivating just thinking about it!

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cpenner August 23, 2003

Well, there's no such thing as a fresh peach in March, in Wyoming, but that doesn't mean a taste of summer isn't completely welcome. So I used frozen fruit instead, and it really hit the spot. Delicious.

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ceruleanseven April 05, 2010

The dessert was very tasty and satisfying for a sweet tooth. it's low-calorie and delicious. Thanks for the recipe.

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Rawrsaurus July 05, 2011

What a tasty and easy recipe for all those wonderful blueberries we have right now. I did not use peaches, only blueberries and it was perfect. Bursting with flavor and not too sweet.

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1965mustang June 09, 2010

I had blueberries and peaches that needed to be used. This was an easy way to use both. As I was making it, I felt like there was a lot of sugar, but it didn't turn out too sweet. I didn't feel like the peaches and blueberries really added that much to each other; they didn't taste bad, but I think I'd prefer either a peach or a blueberry crisp.

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sparkle_eyes August 23, 2009

Fabulous! I added a couple teaspoons of lemon zest to mine. I've made it twice in three days! Thanks for sharing-

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Hybrig October 06, 2007

What a delicious combination! I love both peaches and blueberries but never thought of using them together! Everyone really enjoyed this, it's SO yummy (although no one tried coffee cream). I subbed Splenda for the sugar in the fruit but left the topping alone. Trims it a little and you really can't tell. Thanks for the keeper, Derf!

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*Pixie* August 25, 2007
Peach Blueberry Crisp