This is another very versatile recipe from Simply in Season. While it suggests using 4 fruits, you can use one or more or any combination you want. Basically it needs to equal 6 cups. For this version, I used apples and raisins. Put the fruit in a pie plate, and then put the topping–you guessed it–on top of the fruit. The topping consists of 3/4 C each of flour, rolled oats, and brown sugar. Then add 3 T butter and 2 T oil. Mix up and sprinkle on top. Bake at 375 for about 30 minutes.
Oh, I almost forgot – you can also use frozen fruit for this. Bonus!
You might be wondering why I included the ice cream that I served with it in the photo. No, I didn’t make the ice cream (although I have made ice cream before, and hope to replicate this flavor). But it goes really well with the apple crisp. Try it, you’ll like it!
The verdict? Well, it’s a standard apple crisp recipe. Butter, sugar, fruit–what’s not to love?