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Wild Blueberry and Blackberry Crisp

This is a great comfort dessert on a cold day. Wild blueberries are expensive if you have to buy them, but have more flavour than the larger blueberry. This dessert will fill your house with a wonderful aroma while it is cooking. A nice change from apple crisp. Found this in a House and Home magazine.

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  • Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Toss blueberries with blackberries, lemon juice and zest, 1/4 cup flour and sugar.
  • Transfer to a lightly buttered 9" pie dish Place 3/4 cup of flour, oats, brown sugar spices and salt into a blender and pulse to combine. Add butter and pulse until topping forms moist clumps Sprinkle topping over berry mixture and bake for approximately one hour until berries bubble and the crust is golden brown.
  • Serve warm.
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"This is a great comfort dessert on a cold day. Wild blueberries are expensive if you have to buy them, but have more flavour than the larger blueberry. This dessert will fill your house with a wonderful aroma while it is cooking. A nice change from apple crisp. Found this in a House and Home magazine."
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  1. Lora M.
    This recipe was super easy and extremely delicious! A huge hit with my guests!
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  2. robaber
    Wow! This is amazing! I thought the lemon juice amount was too much until I tasted the final result and it is perfect. The sugar crust really needed the lemon to keep it from being too sweet. Great - I'll make this whenever I get fresh berries.
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  3. jawebb_8714
    The cloves were a wonderful addition to the crust. I used all blueberries (wild frozen) and it came out great. I also added lemon zest to the berries as I used fresh lemon juice. Very great kid pleaser.
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  4. Carolyn A.
    This is a perfect recipe for a fruity crisp. I used all blackberries because I had been picking, but any combination of berries would be a delight in this not-too-sweet dessert.
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  5. Sharon swearingen
    Very easy to make infact my 11 year old made this recipe. It was wonderful we made the crust in kenmore mixer which was a snap! we used ordinary cultivated blueberrie with wild blackberries The flavor was great and the crust is crisp. we have already made two batches!
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