22 Reviews

My crisp came out like peach soup with crumb topping. I literally had to ladle the crisp onto the plates, and it was completely cooled. When I prepared the crisp, I placed the peaches in the dish over the crust and then began to pour the sugar syrup over the peaches - I though "there is no way roughly a cup of water belongs in this dish." I thought I hadn't reduced the water enough, so added it back to the pan and boiled some more - until it seemed to be getting a little too close to candy for my liking. Still, this super reduced syrup was way too much liquid. Perhaps the problem was that I used super ripe peaches. Yet, it still seems odd to me in retrospect that you would need to add a cup of water to this dish - there should already be enough in the fruit without it. We ate two pieces and its been sitting in a 300 degree oven evaporating for the last hour - its still soup...

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GreenGal September 10, 2008

Made it this weekend with fresh peaches and turned out great!

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Renee Ferraz August 25, 2008

This was delicous! i didn't have an 8x8 pan so i just added a lil' extra of everything and threw in a green apple. I also added extra vanilla and cinnamon. Definetly one of my favorite recipes.

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lil'chef_3 August 18, 2008

I loved the idea of two crusts, but I though it was too sweet and there was too much sauce over the peaches that the bottom sauce was soggy. I'd cut the sugar mixture back about 1/2. I like more crumb crust on top.

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MLSuchan September 25, 2007

FANTASTIC!!! I prepared it exactly to the recipe and got exactly what you promised an out of this world delight. the vanilla ice cream shouldn't be optional they are too great together. thanks

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Brydell September 18, 2007

What a wonderful recipe! I made this just as directed, which doesn't happen very often with me, and it was perfect! I think it was the oatmeal that made it so good. I topped this with vanilla bean ice cream, and can't wait to try it with some of the fresh Washington state berries. Thanks very much for posting, Delish. I will definitely make this one over and over!

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Kendra* August 26, 2007

i rate it a 3.5...i think because it was too sweet and i even halfed the amount of sugar, but i will make it again, because i love me a good crisp, i think next time i'll do even less sugar and rate it a 4...yummm

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fugaler May 27, 2007

This is a great recipe! The flavor is so good and the top gets a great crunch. I used oatmeal that contained sunflower seeds and almond slices and it turned out really good. I cant wait to try this with some berrys or apples. Thanks for the recipe.

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ratherbecookin' October 02, 2006

I just made this. I used 1/3 less white sugar, amart balance, lite canned peaches, and it still tasted amazing. I tried to have a small portion but ended up filling up my bowl. I also ate this with lite vanilla ice cream. Mmmmmmmm. will make again. great for gloomy, cold days

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mionld September 15, 2006

This peach crisp was so good. I highly recommend it. I did bake it at 350º for 45-50 minutes. I thought 300º was not quite hot enough. I would not double it either for a 9 x 13 pan. I did and I thought it made it too thick. I will try it again and just make the regular recipe and place it in a 8 x 8 pan. I will be making this recipe again and again for sure.

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raaschs63 September 01, 2006
Peach Crisp