mini peach crisp.




The city was beautiful yesterday and we decided to have an impromptu bbq and invite over a good friend who lives just a few blocks away.  I really wanted dessert and wanted to use a few organic peaches we had but didn't want to spend a lot of time baking so I tried to come up with something creative...

This recipe takes under 10 minutes to prep and uses only one bowl.  This is a combination of ingredients used in the apple crisp post and originally from reader Allison's recipe.

This is not a measured recipe...but if you're interested:

*peaches
*sugar
*flour
*cinnamon
*oatmeal
*brown sugar
*butter
*baking powder
*baking soda

In a bowl, combine peaches, a little flour, sugar and cinnamon and set equal parts into ramekins (I used 3 ramekins with 2 peaches).  Then in the same emptied bowl, combine oatmeal, brown sugar, flour, butter, baking powder and baking soda. Sprinkle mixture on top of peaches and bake for around 20 minutes at 375 degrees.  Serve warm with ice cream.

I hope you all have a nice Holiday weekend!  Anyone doing anything fun?  

11 comments:

  1. Looks delicious! I alwas need easy dessert ideas...baking is so not my thing but I love sweets! Thanks for sharing!

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  2. This looks delicious. I just came in from the kitchen where I made almost the same thing except I used apples and added nutmeg. I will have to try your recipe because those peaches look irresistible!

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  3. I love impromtu dessert throw togethers - and I have done exactly this one from time to time & I think it works so well when you just wing it! Absolutely looks delicious! Have a wonderful holiday weekend!

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  4. yum! my ramekins need this recipe. :) enjoy your 4th of july!

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  5. Oh this looks so delicious. I really like peaches and this recipe looks like a keeper!!

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  6. Our little town typically does fireworks and I make pretzel rods dipped in chocolate with sprinkles (which I call "edible sparklers") to munch on while we watch the exploding colors!

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  7. What a great dessert! It looks delicious and so easy to make!

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  8. Yummy. I love quick and easy. Measuring is over rated anyways. Thanks for the recipe I will trying this for sure!

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  9. Carlee, I have a similar recipe that's even quicker. I use the same ingredients for the filling and add a little dash of almond extract. The 'quick' part of my recipe is that I use organic granola for the topping and pop the ramekins in the microwave for 10 minutes or until the juices are bubbling up through the topping.
    Any kind of fruit is great with this. Different extract or liquer flavors can be substituted for the almond extract.

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  10. This looks so totally yummy, I'm saving this recipe for sure! Thanks!
    x.o.x.o

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  11. Sounds good and simple enough for me to pull off ;) I got to see the SF fireworks for the first time this 4th, it was amazing!

    xoxo Maria

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