Peach Crisp

In Oregon we are still lucky enough to be getting local peaches. Just yesterday I finally made it through the last of the 110(!!!) pounds of peaches that we got in the last few weeks. The first round was turned into a variety of jams, the last 50 pounds was cut up and frozen for use over the winter months. I held back a few from the freezer, and made this peach crisp/crumble with them.

If you are still able to get fresh peaches, you should make this crisp! Even if all you can get are frozen peaches, they will still work out fine. I plan to make this again a few times this winter with the peaches we froze to help us relive the feeling of late August and early September here in the Northwest!

Peach Crisp

Filling:

5 cups peeled, sliced peaches

½-3/4 cups sugar, depending on how sweet your peaches are

2 tsp ground cinnamon

Topping:

1 cup AP Flour

½ cup packed brown sugar

1 tsp ground cinnamon

¾ cup rolled oats

2/3 cup butter, firm

Preheat oven to 350.

Toss the peaches, sugar and cinnamon in a large bowl to evenly coat. Place in an 8×8 baking dish.

Mix together the flour, brown sugar, oats, and cinnamon. Cut in the butter until you can form loose crumbs. Place crumbs on the peach mixture, covering completely. Bake for 30-35 minute until crumb layer is golden brown.

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One thought on “Peach Crisp

  1. Lauren says:

    110 lbs of peaches?!?! Jealous!!! I’ve been craving peaches, but I can’t find any that have flavor around here. And I ❤ peach crisp. This looks a lot like a recipe my Mom has been using for awhile that I LOVE.

    Welcome to the blogging world!

    Lauren

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