Fresh Frozen, Canned - you can use any kind of fruit for this easy Blueberry Peach Crisp. The topping on this dish is pretty scant..because this is a summer dessert and I personally hate eating super heavy desserts when the sun is trying to melt me. If you like a thick topping on your crisps, double up the topping. If you don't have sliced almonds in the pantry, try pecans instead.
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Blueberry Peach Crisp
Fresh Fruit or Frozen this is a fun twist on the classic apple crisp dessert we all know and love.
- 2.5 Cups Fresh Blueberries or Frozen
- 4 whole Peaches 3 Cups if using frozen
- 2 teaspoon lemon juice optional
- 2 tablespoon all purpose flour
- 1 tablespoon white granulated sugar
- ½ Cup Old Fashioned Rolled Oats Can sub with Any rolled oats
- ⅓ Cup Brown Sugar Packed
- ¼ Cup All Purpose Flour
- ¼ Cup Sliced Almonds
- ½ teaspoon Ground Cinnamon
- ¼ teaspoon Nutmeg
- ¼ teaspoon table salt
- ¼ Cup Butter or Margarine
- Preheat Oven to 350°F. Get out your baking dish. I use a 2.5Qt Casserole Dish for Crisps. You can also use a 10" cast iron skillet or a 8x8 or 9x9 baking dish.
- To the baking dish, add the sliced peaches and blueberries. Pour in the lemon juice, sugar and flour. Stir to coat the fruit evenly.
- I like to melt the butter in a large microwavable measuring cup and then add in the oats, brown sugar, flour, cinnamon, nutmeg and salt. Mix until combined thoroughly,
- Add the Topping to the fruit, spreading it evenly around the top. Sprinkle on the almonds.
- Bake uncovered for 30mins. Enjoy 😋😋
Calories: 269kcalCarbohydrates: 36gProtein: 4gFat: 13gSaturated Fat: 2gPolyunsaturated Fat: 3gMonounsaturated Fat: 7gTrans Fat: 1gSodium: 191mgPotassium: 174mgFiber: 4gSugar: 21gVitamin A: 375IUVitamin C: 7mgCalcium: 49mgIron: 1mg
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Here are 10 Facts about Peaches:
- Georgia’s nickname is the “Peach State”.
- In Georgia, the worlds largest peach cobbler measuring 11 ft by 5 ft is made every year.
- Georgia grows 130 million pounds of the fruit; however, South Carolina and California produce even more each year.
- Every year, the United States grows 1.9 billion pounds of peaches.
- National Peach Month is August.
- The fuzzy fruit is handpicked from trees.
- Standard-sized peach trees are 25 ft tall and wide. If you have a dwarf tree, it will only grow 6 ft tall and wide.
- Peach trees produce fruit for about 12 years.
- Each year, a tree can produce up to 66 pounds of the fruit.
- From the time the flowers are pollinated, the fruit requires 3 to 5 months to reach harvest.
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Blueberries are grown right here in Canada, Here are 10 Facts about them from BCBlueberries.com
- One large handful (½ a cup) of juicy blueberries contains just 44 calories but has 2 grams of dietary fibre and 10% of your daily recommended vitamin C content.
- Blueberries ranked number one in antioxidant health benefits in a comparison with more than 40 fresh fruits and vegetables.
- The blueberry is one of the only foods that is truly naturally blue in colour. The pigment that gives blueberries their distinctive colour—called anthocyanin—is the same compound that provides the blueberry’s amazing health benefits.
- People have been eating blueberries for more than 13,000 years.
- The blueberry (genus Vaccinum) is one of the only commercially-available fruits that is native to North America.
- Blueberries were called “star fruits” by North American indigenous peoples because of the five-pointed star shape that is formed at the blossom end of the berry.
- A single blueberry bush can produce as many as 6,000 blueberries per year.
- British Columbia is the largest highbush blueberry growing region in the world. As a country, Canada ranks third behind the US and Chile. Blueberries are Canada’s most exported fruit.
- The silvery sheen (or “bloom”) found on the skin of blueberries is a naturally occurring compound that helps protect the fruit. This why you should only wash blueberries right before you’re going to eat them. The berries should be stored in the refrigerator and will keep fresh for up to 10 days.
- Consumption of blueberries has been linked to health benefits including a reduced risk of cancer, increased insulin response, a reversal in age-related memory loss, and lowering blood pressure.