Our Easiest Ever-Fruit Crisp Recipes

Apple and Pear Crisp
Photo: Jennifer Davick; Food Styling: Vanessa Rocchio; Prop Styling: Missie Crawford

If you're looking for a fruit dessert that's easy to pull together, we've got the answer for you. Crisps are defined by their fresh fruit filling and light, crunchy topping that's made from a mixture of pantry staples. They're easy to pull together with whatever fruit you have on hand, and vanilla ice cream is the ideal topping to complete the dessert. Some crisps take just 10 minutes to prepare while some can be made in your trusty slow cooker. No matter which recipe you choose, crisps will earn a permanent spot in your recipe box.

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Peach-and-Blackberry Crisp

Peach-and-Blackberry Crisp
Hector Manuel Sanchez; Prop Styling: Buffy Hargett Miller; Food Styling: Katelyn Hardwick

Recipe: Peach-and-Blackberry Crisp

This recipe combines two fresh summer fruits, peaches and blueberries, for an easy-to-assemble dessert. However, you can always substitute for your favorite berries or stone fruits.

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Peach Crisp

Peach Crisp
Micah A. Leal

Recipe: Peach Crisp

Just 10 minutes of hands-on time are needed to prepare this easy crisp that will allow fresh summer peaches to shine.

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Apple and Pear Crisp

Apple and Pear Crisp
Jennifer Davick; Food Styling: Vanessa Rocchio; Prop Styling: Missie Crawford

Recipe: Apple and Pear Crisp

The best part about this fruit crisp is that your slow cooker does all of the work for you. Just place the fruit in the bottom of the slow cooker, spoon the topping on, and let it cook on high for 3 to 4 hours.

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Peach-Rhubarb Crisp

Peach-Rhubarb Crisp
SL Van Chaplin

Recipe: Peach-Rhubarb Crisp

Instead of using fresh fruit, this recipe calls for frozen peaches and rhubarb. Best enjoyed when served warm and topped with vanilla ice cream.

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