Homemade Cherry Crisp
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 15 min.
I let the grand kids make this. They had a great time. it's fun to have the kids work in the kitchen. JanetVFE
The family loved this. It was really easy to pull together after dinner. When I decided to try this recipe I didn't realize it was a microwave recipe. Most people would probably prefer something easy to do after dinner but for me....once I'm done with dinner I just want to do dishes and relax for the rest of the evening. Since I couldn't prep this ahead of time as I'd originally thought I didn't make this for about a week longer. The "crisp" topping didn't turn into a crisp and I agree with other raters that following the recipe makes far more topping than you actually need. Since the topping didn't crisp and it really was just more of a flavored powder with walnuts on top I was not very confident when I handed the bowls to my family. But as each person tasted them, I got a lot of positive responses. It did taste good. I might cut in extra butter to try to give some sort of actual crisp if I make this again in the future. I saw some reviews that baked this in the oven and I think that might be a better way to go for me as well.
The canned pie filling made this a snap to put together, but I am docking the recipe one star because the streusel topping made WAY too much and I had enough left for two more crisps! I omitted the spices in the streusel, used sliced almonds instead of chopped walnuts for a prettier topping, and baked the crisp in a 350 degree oven for about 27 mins. Vanilla ice cream on top made this a nice treat after dinner on a hot summer day, but now I have to figure out what to do with all that leftover topping!
THIS LOOKS REALY GOOD
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