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Simply Delicious Summer Fruit Crisp

Jul 29, 2013

Fruit Cup by Michelle 300x225 Simply Delicious Summer Fruit Crisp recipes recipe of the week Michelle Calva Despard michelle Mangiamo local blogs Kickin It in the Kitchen  photoIngredients:
3 cups chopped stone fruit—a variety of peaches, plums, nectarines, etc.
¼ cup flour
A few healthy shakes of cinnamon
1 cup raw oats
¼ cup packed brown sugar
A few pads of butter

Directions:
Mix fruit with flour. Spread out in baking pan. Sprinkle oats, then cinnamon, then brown sugar over top. Put 6-8 pads of butter on top. Bake at 350º for about 30 minutes.

Tips:
Local farmers markets are bursting with perfectly ripe stone fruits right now. Check with vendors for the “seconds” (i.e., not so pretty) pile of fruit. I bought these gorgeous little guys for only 80 cents per pound from Fresno’s K&K Farms (PHS Farmers’ Market every Saturday. Since the fruit is chopped and cooked anyway, what’s a few soft spots?

And in case you’re wondering, this tastes even better than it looks.

THE Michelle photo 300x200 Simply Delicious Summer Fruit Crisp recipes recipe of the week Michelle Calva Despard michelle Mangiamo local blogs Kickin It in the Kitchen  photoMichelle can be found at her blog Kickin’ It in the Kitchen. Besides recipes and a good sense of humor, she offers workshops on meal planning, as well as ones titled “Welcome to the Table, Little One,” “Thinking Outside of the Lunch Box,” “Homemade Baby Food,” and the tantalizing “Scrounge.”

Try Michell’s other recipes:
Citrus Roasted Chicken
Greek Avgolemeno Soup
Chicken Fajitas
Garbanzo-Bulgar Wheat-Lemon-Herb Salad
Piña Colada Pancakes
Homemade Bruschetta

stone fruit 300x199 Simply Delicious Summer Fruit Crisp recipes recipe of the week Michelle Calva Despard michelle Mangiamo local blogs Kickin It in the Kitchen  photo




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