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Thursday, November 8, 2012

Almond Peach Raspberry Crisp





If you love almond and buttery crust and juicy fruit all combined
in one you are going to love this crips and it can be made
either with fresh fruit or canned fruit.

As I mentioned in my last post, I was able to work at the cannery
to prepare food for the needy and we were allowed to buy
canned peaches, slightly defective, as in there were little bits of the
pits.  I wanted to make something featuring the peaches and I
had never made this recipe using canned peaches, but they
turned out great.  In the whole can I only had one half
that had 4 little bits of pit attached so I was thrilled
with the peaches.  


You don't have to add raspberries, but I love the punch they give
to peaches and so I tossed in some frozen raspberries too.


The crust was whipped up in a food processor although you can cut
the butter in by hand.  This almond flavored crust is the magic
ingredient - wow! 


Although I think I could put almond flavoring in everything.


The topping seems like a lot but by the time the fruit bubbles up
it is just perfect so don't skimp on the topping.

Almond Peach Raspberry Crisp Recipe

Heat oven to 375 degrees.

1 1/4 C. flour
1 C. sugar
1/2 tsp. salt
pinch freshly ground nutmeg
1 tsp. almond flavoring
1/2 C. butter

Place all ingredients in the bowl of a food processor
and pulse until it is well blended.

Peel and slice 5 peaches or use a can of
peaches - 1 lb. 13 oz,  drained and sliced into wedges

Place in a bowl and add

1 C. frozen raspberries
1/2 C. sugar (omit if using canned peaches)
1 T. cornstarch
1/2 tsp. almond flavoring

Toss the above all together and place in a
9x9 pan or an 8x11 pan sprayed with Pam.

Top with the crust mixture (using all of it even though
it seems like a lot).  
Bake at 375 for 40 minutes or until golden
and bubbly.

Let cool and top with vanilla ice cream.



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19 comments:

Kate said...

I am on board! What a great combination of flavors!!

FABBY'S LIVING said...

Oh, why did I see this post!! Now I'm gonna head for the fridge..I have some ice cream there, lol.. You combo I don't have at hand, anyway thanks for sharing pretty Jacqueline..so glad to hear from you. Thanks for your sweet visit, you made me smile, as I haven't been smiling to much lately. Big hugs,
FABBY

scrambledhenfruit said...

I love almond with peaches- I bet this smells divine as it cooks. So delicious! :)

Gina said...

That looks so good! I'll be pinning it.

Linda Primmer said...

Lovely combination of favors. I love crisps of all kinds. I could go for some with some yummy ice cream. You always come up with the most fabulous desserts. I don't know how you stay so thin. Thanks for visiting Jacqueline.

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

Sure sounds good! Using the canned peaches and food processor makes it extra easy:@)

Lavender Cottage said...

Mmm, this looks so good and easy to make. I've never used canned peaches for a crisp or almond flavouring but I''m certainly going to give this a try.
Judith

farmerswife said...

I am assuming you drain the peaches? Sounds great think I will try this on the week ent thank you

anniebakes said...

what a great combination and I love the colors!! have a great weekend, anne

Sharon @ Lilikoi Joy said...

Oh my gosh, saw this in my email this morning and thought it looked so beautiful that I'd pop by and tell you that and pin it. Can't wait to try this one! Sharon

Cathy at Wives with Knives said...

How welcome this would be in the winter when fresh fruit is so scarce. I love all that crumbly topping too. Beautiful, Jacqueline.

Sherri said...

Reminds me of a peach melba dessert. I to would like to know if the canned peaches should be drained before using?

Jacqueline said...

Yes, thanks for noticing my mistake, you do drain the peaches.

Mom E. said...

Thanks or the recipe! I cannot wait to make some! YUM!!! I can use gluten free flour and it will be wonderful! have you tried frozen peaches? We grow peaches on our farm and I freeze and can them...I'll let you know how it goes!
Betsy

Mom E. said...

Oh, Jacqueline,
We LOVE your cinnamon pancakes! they are Conference Morning breakfast while we get ready to watch General Conference on the BYU channel in Washington State. We started it last spring and used our own Gluten Free recipe for the pancakes. But that is all we will do now!

Marigene said...

Sounds delicious...peaches and raspberries is a perfect marriage!

Laurie Ritchey said...

Jacqueline, My mouth is watering. Thank you for this recipe. laurie

SavoringTime in the Kitchen said...

Not only do the raspberries give a punch of flavor but what a punch of color too! This looks delicious! What a great experience to help at the cannery too.

Leslie said...

Mmmm, yummy!

Thank you for sharing your recipe! I'm sure the not only tastes spectacular but it probably smells incredible as it bakes :)

leslie

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