Peach Crisp Recipe

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Here in Michigan the trees a full with ripe, juicy Peaches and just my luck I have a friend with a Peach tree in her back yard. She normally calls me when they’re ripe for the picking but this year she did the picking herself and delivered me a box of fresh peaches. We ate them fresh everyday  and with the last few that were left I decided to make this easy Peach Crisp Recipe. I like those recipes that take all of 5 minutes to throw together, and this one fits right into that category. I mixed it up and put it in the oven just before lunch yesterday and couldn’t resist trying as soon as the timer went off, it was all bubbly, gooey, and warm. I  dished myself up a helping with a little vanilla ice cream on the side, you have to have ice cream with Peach Crisp right? What a wonderful, tasty, lunch it turned out to be, I enjoyed every bite of it.



The old peach tree that these peaches came from has an amazing story…. Years ago a family would eat store bought peaches out side on their deck, and for every peach they ate there was a pit, and the pit got thrown out into the yard. Well one spring day a small tree was spotted growing in the yard. The family carefully mowed around it every summer and after years of doing this they were rewarded with delicious peaches.  Now experts say that it isn’t possible to grow a tree from a store bought peach’s pit, but apparently that’s not true. The tree is now very old and has lost many branches in storms, and that family still sits on the porch and throws their peach pits into the yard, but another tree has never grown. This is a true story and the friend that brings me the peaches was that little girl who lived in that house with her 3 brother, her mom and dad eating peaches on the back deck. She is now grown and has kids of her own but her Dad still has the house and the very old peach tree. It’s a miracle Peach Tree, that’s for sure, and it has the best peaches you have ever tasted. Every year we think it will be it’s last for producing, but somehow it survives and surprises us yet another year.


Peach Crisp (Easy)
Serves 8
Easy Peach Crisp
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Prep Time
10 min
Cook Time
30 min
Prep Time
10 min
Cook Time
30 min
  1. 4 Cups Fresh sliced Peaches
  2. 1/2 Cup Flour
  3. 1/2 Cup Brown Sugar
  4. 1/2 Cup cold Butter
  5. 1 tsp ground Cinnamon
  6. 1/4 tsp salt
  7. 1 C rolled Oats
  1. Preheat oven to 350, Arrange sliced peaches evenly in an 8X8 baking dish. Mix flour, brown sugar, butter, cinnamon and salt into a bowl using a pastry cutter until evenly crumbled. Add oats and fold into flour mixture. Sprinkle an press topping into peaches. Bake till browned about 30 minutes
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    1. Definitely Debbie, it was gone in one day at my house:)

    1. Thank for stopping in Kim:) Have a wonderful day!

  1. Linda, you will have to give it a try and let me know what you think? and don’t forget the ice cream:)

  2. Yum!!!! Your pictures are so pretty and vivid in color! Yummy!

    1. Kris, it was yummy. I was guilty of having 2 servings:(

  3. I think even I could make that recipe.

    I love the story about the tree- what a precious family story to pass through the generations.

    1. Carol, it is a sweet story and also amazing one:) Thanks for stopping by!

  4. I am a sucker for anything crisp AND anything ice cream. Put the two together and I am in heaven! Pinned!!

    1. Luisa, it is delicious and I am with you, if ice cream is involved count me in.

  5. Dawn
    This is definitely my kind of recipe.
    I like quick, easy and yummy too.
    It’s pinned!

    1. Kimberly, It is so fast you don’t mind whipping up a batch a few times a week, and any excuse to eat ice cream is a plus.

  6. I want you to cut a piece of that Peach Crisp and mail it overnight to me in Hartford.


    Seriously, it looks delicious and I love, love that story about the Miracle Peach Tree. What a wonderful story!


    1. Claudia, I have a long history with that family. I used to babysit for all those kids, and when the daughter grew I she babysat for my kids and now she has kids of her own and I watch them. The cycle continues.

  7. That was a sweet story! I haven’t made one peach anything this summer – just eating them fresh. I had peaches on my peach tree and the darn chipmunks and squirrels got every last one!

    1. Manuela, I feel for you the deer ate all mine before they were even ripe. I guess the critter have to eat too but I wish they would share.

  8. Dawn..the Peach Crisp looks so delicious…..Loved the story of the miracle peach tree….We planted a peach tree in Florida, however the squirrels got to the peaches before we could!!

    1. Shirley, you are the second person that said the squirrels love peaches, I never new that. The deer eat mine even before they are ripe:( So frustrating.

  9. OMG Dawn that looks so YUMMY!! My family would love it!

    1. Martina, thanks for stopping by and enjoy the recipe!

  10. Dawn, this looks so delicious! I love peaches and we’ve had some pretty good ones this year! Trouble is I end up eating them all before I can bake anything with them! 😉
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia 😉

    1. Shelia, we normally eat ours up too but this year we had a few that looked like they may go bad so it was great timing to make a crisp.

  11. Tiffany Crosmint says:

    I made this crisp and it wuz a hit!! It was sooo good!! I will definitely be making it again;)

    1. Tiffany, Yeahhhh! It’s so easy to do too, glad you liked it.

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