Easy Blackberry Crisp

Super Easy Blackberry Crisp. Warm and gooey with a crispy oat topping. Top with vanilla ice cream for an amazing dessert. Takes less than 10 minutes to throw together!

Easy Blackberry CrispWhat better way to use up summer fruit than with a fruit crisp? They are super easy to throw together, customizable and take much less effort than whipping up a pie. This fruit crisp takes only 10 minutes of prep time, 30 minutes in the oven and only 8 ingredients!

I call this the lazy girls fruit crisp.

Easy Blackberry Crisp

I start by adding fruit, lemon juice and sugar to a large bowl and toss the fruit until coated. The lemon juice adds a nice tartness and the sugar sweetens up the crisp.

If you don’t have blackberries substitute your favorite fruit or do a mixture of fruits.

Easy Blackberry CrispThe crumb mixture takes just a couple of minutes to prepare and can be done while the oven is preheating. I used the same crisp topping as my Individual Mixed Berry Crisp. The crumb topping is made with old fashioned oats, hazelnut meal, butter and a smidge of all purpose flour. If you can’t find the hazelnut meal in the grocery store subsistue all purpose flour. The hazelnut meal gives the crumb topping a nice nutty flavor.

Easy Blackberry CrispThe crisp topping gets added to a food processor and pulsed until combined. (So much easier that mixing by hand!)

Easy Blackberry Crisp

This Easy Blackberry Crisp is perfect for summer.

Serve warm with a big scoop of ice cream and enjoy!

Easy Blackberry Crisp

Blackberry Crisp

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Serves: 4-6
Super Easy Blackberry Crisp. Warm and gooey with a crispy oat topping. Top with vanilla ice cream for an amazing dessert. Takes less than 10 minutes to throw together!

Ingredients

  • 4 cups blackberries
  • 2 tablespoons lemon juice
  • 3 tablespoons sugar
  • ¼ cup plus 2 tablespoons all purpose flour
  • ½ cup hazelnut meal / flour
  • 1 cup old fashioned oats
  • ½ cup brown sugar
  • 1 stick plus 2 tablespoons unsalted butter, chilled
  • vanilla ice cream for serving, if desired

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Add berries, lemon juice and sugar to a medium bowl and toss to combine.
  3. Add both flours, oats, brown sugar and butter to a food processor. Process until the mixture is crumbly.
  4. Add the berries to an oven safe pan or a cast iron skillet. Top with crumb mixture.
  5. Bake for 30 minutes or until the top is golden brown and the berries are soft and bubbly.
  6. Serve immediately with whipped cream or ice cream, if desired.

Notes

Original recipe from chefsavvy.com. Please do not publish my recipe or pictures without linking back to the original post. Thank you!

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  • I am in LOVE with this “lazy girl’s” blackberry crips!!! Anything that is easy and quick always wins my heart, but this also looks absolutely delicious! Love the hazelnut meal addition to the crumb topping – I bet that pairs amazing with this! Pinned! ♡ Cheers! /

  • How yummy! I love the lazy girl’s crisp! This is how I make the filling for my crisps too, but I love that you shared your recipe for a nice crumble topping. Usually I use leftover pie crust dough I have in the freezer, but it’s bound to run out one of these days from all my lazy girl tendencies 😉 Thanks for sharing the recipe for this gorgeous blackberry crisp, Kelley! I love how your recipes are always low maintenance and a cinch to make <3

  • This looks awesome! Crisp is such an easy dessert to throw together, which is perfect for summer, when it’s hot and I’m feeling super lazy, but want something delish 🙂

  • This looks gorgeous, Kelley! We just made a some crisps and crumbles from the fruit we picked – they are my favorite dessert to bake during the summer and now I wish I had some of yours too! It sounds so delicious!

  • Using summer fruit with crisp is an amazing idea! My lovely girl friend made it. And it is absolutely tasty. Can’t wait for more incredible recipe. Your blog has been our favorite so far.