This is mine and my husbands favorite dessert! There is nothing better than running out to the garden, grabbing some strawberries and picking rhubarb, and baking a fresh fruit crisp. You can substitute any fruit for this dessert but the strawberry and rhubarb combination is our absolute favorite. My mom has a massive garden and luckily, we get to reap the benefits year round. Last weekend she pulled out six ziplock bags of strawberries and rhubarb from the garden last year. I snagged a handful of each and brought it home to make a crisp!
This will be our first summer in our new home so we will have these fresh fruits next year, but this year we are still riding the “mooching off my Mom” train. My parents freeze, can, and preserve SO many different things from the garden and it’s a huge inspiration to me each year. We are starting small this year with a rhubarb plant, tomatoes, zucchini, cucumbers, and strawberries. Eventually, I look forward to having a massive garden just like my parents but it will suit us better to start slow.
This crisp is SO simple. I mean, ridiculously simply. You most likely have all the ingredients you need in your fridge and cupboards already, and it comes together in just minutes, so there’s no excuse not to have this delicious and refreshing dessert after dinner tonight!
The fruit is coated in lemon, sugar and corn starch then with a slotted spoon, you’ll transfer it over to your 9×9 pan. Using the slotted spoon eliminates additional liquid so this crisp stays together. There is nothing worse than a runny crisp. We’ve all been there, I have myself MANY times. It always comes back together on day two but this recipe make the perfect consistency right away. After adding the crumble topping to the fruit, you’ll bake it until it’s nice and bubbly, and let sit for a little bit so everything can settle and come together.
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