Apple may be the most famous, but these fruit crisp recipes are all delicious and easy to make.
And from plum to peach, they’re perfect for any occasion.
Nothing beats the warm, fuzzy feeling of freshly-baked fruit crisp topped with ice cream.
It’s like the best part of a pie and cobbler recipe combined in a single scrumptious dessert.
Between the crumbly, buttery crust and warm, gooey fruit filling, you’re sure to fall in love.
Better yet, these fruit crisp recipes go way beyond the usual fall faves.
I’m talking blueberry, rhubarb, raspberry, and more!
How to Make Easy Fruit Crisps from Apple to Apricot
I had to start with a classic. And it doesn’t get more classic than this old-fashioned apple crisp recipe.
The smell of baked apples coated with warm cinnamon and caramelized sugar is enticing.
And when you take a bite, the chewy and crumbly textures will delight your senses.
Don’t forget to top it with vanilla ice cream for the ultimate comfort food!
If you like desserts on the tarter side of the spectrum, this blueberry crisp recipe is for you!
The smell of bright blueberries baking in the oven is one I wish I could bottle. It’s so sweet and fruity, you’ll want to dive in before it’s had a chance to cool.
The crust packs buttery goodness with hints of cinnamon spice along with plenty of crunch from the almonds.
What do you do when you want something sweet but not too sweet?
Bake with rhubarb, of course!
This recipe is a delicious way to incorporate healthy rhubarb into your diet. And you really can’t beat that bright pink color!
The buttery crust and sweet sugar sauce balance the tart rhubarb flavors beautifully.
This is even more delicious with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and fresh strawberries on the side.
4. Peach Crisp
If you’re all about sugar, spice, and everything nice, this peach crisp totally fits the bill.
Peache desserts overflow with sweet, juicy flavors. And in this case, you’ll enhance it with warmth from cinnamon and nutmeg.
It’s super fruity and comforting. One bite, and this stuff practically melts in your mouth.
This is ideal for a summer dessert when peaches are at their best. That said, you can use canned peaches, too!
I recommend cooking the crisp for about half the time when using canned fruits. Then, broil it for a few minutes to get that signature golden color.
When strawberries are in season, this dessert recipe is my go-to!
It combines juicy, fresh strawberries and a crumbly oat mixture for hearty texture contrast.
The flavors are sweet and tart with a touch of buttery goodness and cinnamon spice.
I also like to throw in some dark chocolate chips for a bit of indulgence! Or try adding rhubarb to keep it from being too sweet.
This raspberry crisp is the way to go if you want something bright and sweet with just a hint of tart.
This dessert is easy to make and even easier to devour!
Since raspberries are so soft, expect the base to turn into a jammy, sticky pie-like filling.
If you want more texture, just add some fresh berries before serving.
7. Cherry Crisp
Nothing beats the classic combination of tart cherries with a crumbly-crispy topping.
This version calls for cherry pie filling, though I often bulk it out with extra if they’re in season.
Over that, you’ll layer a mix of oats, butter, cinnamon, and pecans. Delish!
Fresh blackberries are so underrated. They’re intensely flavorful, wonderfully juicy, and stunning to boot.
Not only that, but these little berries are really good for you. And you can use them in any recipe that calls for berries.
If you’ve never baked with them before, this is the perfect beginner recipe. It’s super simple, so you can taste those inky morsels in every bite.
Cranberries and apples are a fabulous pairing. And this recipe is proof.
It’s the holiday dessert you never knew you needed, and it’s a helluva lot easier to make than pie!
Buttery, nutty crisp with juicy fruits and a hint of chewy goodness? Yes, please!
The recipe is simple enough to make on a weeknight after work. But it’s impressive enough to serve at Thanksgiving or any other holiday gathering.
What more could you ask for?
Forget apples and peaches because this pineapple and mango crisp is guaranteed to be your new fave.
It’s bright, tropical, and gluten-free to boot!
The topping is a blend of almond flour, gluten-free oats, coconut flakes, and coconut sugar.
There’s also butter in the mix, which you can swap out for a dairy-free alternative to make this vegan.
Serve it with whipped coconut cream or your favorite “nice cream” or dairy-free ice cream.
11. Easy Pear Crisp
The wafting smell of sweet, cinnamon-infused pears will make you feel warm and cozy.
And when you take it out of the oven, you’ll want to dive right in! Seriously, one bite is all it takes for this dessert to make you drool.
Make this extra special by poaching the pears in red wine first. Yum!
12. Plum Crisp
Get ready to sink your teeth into this fruity, decadent plum crisp.
This dessert is the perfect combination of sweet and tart, with just a hint of spice.
It’s simple, classic, and delicious, and it’ll make you feel like you’re in grandma’s kitchen again.
So get your mixing bowl ready and make this stunning fresh plum recipe!
I think fresh apricots are one of the most delicious fruits around. That’s why I love this apricot crisp so much!
The filling features refreshingly sweet apricot slices with warm spices and honey for extra indulgence.
It’s all topped with a buttery oat crust for a hearty and satisfying bite.
Go ahead and throw in some fresh raspberries or blueberries if you have them. The pops of color make this even more drool-worthy.
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