Fruit crisp is one of my favorite desserts, and I make it often, with various fruits and different toppings. The version I have here was made last year, with leftover cranberries from Thanksgiving dinner. It was so tasty, that I plan to make it again for the coming holiday, to be served as the dessert. Continue reading “Cranberry-Blueberry Crisp with Spelt Flour and Chai Masala Spice Mix”
A crisp is one of the easiest and tastiest fruit desserts. The combination of warm, juicy fruits layer, with a crispy sweet topping, is a perfect ending to a summer lunch or dinner.
In the version I have for you here, I used spelt flour instead of white flour, and mixed it with rolled oats and shredded coconut, along with butter and warm spices. Continue reading “Blueberry Nectarine Crisp with Spelt Flour and Coconut”
Rhubarb season is finally here, and I was lucky enough to find some beautiful, fresh stalks to put into good use. Continue reading “Rhubarb, Apple and Rolled Oats Crisp”
When I saw some nice fresh rhubarb in the market, I immediately grabbed a few stalks. I didn’t have a clear idea of what to do with it, but also didn’t want to let it stand for too long. My solution was to make a version of my “usual” fruit crisp (recipe can be found HERE) with it. Continue reading “Rhubarb, Apple and Coconut Crisp”
Fresh peaches are everywhere now and I find it hard to resist baying them. The ones I’ve found this week were so ripe and juicy, I could see they will not keep for long. So I’ve decided to use some of them in a quick crumble – one of the easiest and tastiest fruit desserts. Continue reading “Peach, Walnuts and Cinnamon Crumble”
Fruit crisps are traditionally made of a layer of fruit topped with a crumbly mixture. In the recipe here, I’ve decided to change the original idea a bit and divide the topping mixture in two: half for a base layer and the other half for the topping. The result is more cake-like than the familiar crisp, but as easy and as quick to make as one. Continue reading “Apple-Cherry Semolina Crisp”
Whether you call this sweet and easy dessert “crisp” or “crumble” – the result is the same: sweet, warm layer of fruit, with a buttery, crunchy topping. Continue reading “Three Berries Crisp”