Easy Peach Crisp Recipe
I just came across this peach crisp recipe which seemed quick and easy and would make a different and tasty snack for after school or to go with a cup of tea or coffee. Even though it lists several ingredients, it is really simple to make.
English Muffin Peach Crisp Recipe
2 English muffins, split in half
2 Tbsp. cream cheese
1 15 oz. can of peaches, drained (slice thicker slices in two)
3/4 tsp. cinnamon
1/4 tsp. allspice
1/4 tsp. nutmeg
2 Tbsp. brown sugar, firmly packed
2 tsp. margarine, softened
1/4 cup uncooked quick oats
Spread each muffin with cream cheese and lay on foil lined baking sheet. Mix peaches, 1/2 tsp.cinnamon, allspice and nutmeg in a bowl. Arrange peaches on muffins. Mix remaining ingredients (including remaining 1/4 tsp cinnamon) in a bowl with your fingertips until crumbly. Sprinkle over peaches. Bake at 350 degrees for 25 minutes or until topping is firm and peaches are hot. Serve hot.
That recipe sure looks good. I think I will make it for Saturday morning when I can have a leisurely breakfast and a nice hot cup of coffee and relax. AAH!
this sounds soooo delish! … thanks for sharing… we have several cans of the no sugar added peaches and i was just telling hubby it would be nice to make a nice dessert with these…
add a bit of cool whip or a spoon of vanilla ice cream and enjoy! :D
thanks for sharing! :D
Wendy (Give Love Create Happiness)
what a wonderful way to use up some of the peaches we have jarred for the winter. Thanks for the inspiration!
Jill, this sounds so good! My husband will not eat peaches, said he got burned out on them as a kid. But sounds like I could make it just for me.
you could do this with almost any fruit.
I would use blueberries I think.
the cheese would hold them in place.
may try this on the weekend.
These sound absolutely delicious! My daughter belongs to a ladies’ prayer group. They take turns having the meetings at their houses, and i know she’ll love to serve these muffins the next time it’s her turn.
Yes you can do this with any fruit. It is basically fruit crisp on a muffin.
Of course cream cheese, fruit and sugar in any form can’t help but be yummy.
I have a question for Tawra. I live in Andover also and I am just starting to pay attention to my shopping. I am wondering what kind of items she buys at Aldi’s, the dollar store, if she goes to Wal-mar or Dillons and what she purchases there and where does she purchase here meat and produce? I would really appreciate the answer. I am a nurse who just recently went PRN at my job. My husband and I have been living with my in-laws for the past yr and a half and are just getting ready to purchase a home. Any advice is greatly appreciated. Thanks, Jill
Grizzly Bear Mom
You can use slow cook oatmeal if you whirl it in the a blender of food processor until its the consistency of quick oats. It’s better for you and cheaper. Whirled oatmeal makes a good thickener too, like flour.
grandma, my son has mentioned the same thing… use blueberries! … he loves blueberries! … and my hubby suggested getting a bag of the berry medley (from the frozen food section at walmart) and use that… or use apples (which we have alot of) … so this weekend, i will be making some of these for us…
and so true jill, any combination of cream cheese, fruit adn sugar in any form cant help but be yummy! :D …
thanks for sharing this recipe … :D
I will be trying this shortly. I have one bag of blueberries that we fought the bears for last season and since blueberries are so good for you it seems like a good way to enjoy them and breakfast too.
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I made these this week. The only change I made was to chop the peaches with my food chopper (lol…what else?). They seemed to be missing something. I’m thinking next time I’ll leave off the cream cheese layer. It was an interesting recipe! Thanks so much for sharing it.
I think I will make these this weekend for breakfast. YUMMY.
This looks like an easy for a cobbler craving.