Monday, August 19, 2019

Blueberry Crisp


 How about some wonderful Blueberry Crisp to enjoy this summer day?  I have a Jim Shore angel that my friend, Pat, gave me years ago, and a Norfolk Island Pine in an old crock that I've had since Christmas.


 My friend, Joy, gave this beautifully embroidered luncheon cloth that she found while shopping with her sister.  Isn't the detail so pretty?


 Both of my blue teacups were from Stephanie's teacup exchange, and we are going to have some blueberry tea.  Another friend, Pat, brought back this Canadian tea while she was on vacation, along with some maple tea, and ice wine tea, which are all very tasty.  




Yield: Around 6-8
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Blueberry Crisp

I love that crisps are so easy to put together, and every bit as good as pie, in my opinion. This crisp keeps well in the fridge, and reheats well in the microwave, even though it won't be as crispy, but it's still wonderful!

ingredients:

  • 4 cups blueberries
  • 1/2 cup sugar
  • juice of half of a lemon
  • 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
  • freshly grated nutmeg (about 1/8 teaspoon)
  • 2 tablespoons cornstarch
  • 1/3 cup brown sugar
  • 1/2 cup old fashioned oatmeal
  • 1/2 cup flour
  • 6 tablespoons butter, melted

instructions:

How to cook Blueberry Crisp

  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.  Spray a 9" pie pan with cooking spray.
  2. In a large bowl, add the blueberries, sugar, lemon juice, cornstarch, cinnamon, and nutmeg.  Toss all to combine until you no longer see any traces of cornstarch.
  3. In a separate bowl,  mix together the brown sugar, oats, flour and the melted butter. Stir together evenly, and set mixture aside for 5 minutes, and then use your fingertips to break the mixture into crumbs;  set aside. 
  4. Turn the blueberry mixture into the prepared dish, scraping out all the juices.
  5. Evenly sprinkle the crumbs over the berries.
  6. Place the pie dish onto a cookie sheet in case of bubbling over in the oven, and bake for 45-50 minutes or until the topping is golden brown. 
  7. Cool for 15 minutes before serving with ice cream or whipped cream. 
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I am sharing this with these lovely parties:

31 comments:

  1. I'd love a bowl of blueberry crisp for breakfast this morning Kitty! I love how easy they are too. My hubby has been asking for a peach one, I'd love to sprinkle some berries in with it. Your new embroidered tablecloth is so pretty along with your sweet Jim Shore Angel pouring tea! Ice wine tea sounds intriguing and anything with ice sounds good right now! Stay cool ♥

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  2. The blueberry crisp sounds great Kitty! Love the sound of maple tea too-enjoy:@)

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  3. Blueberries are my favorite berries, but I have never had blueberry crisp. Blueberry Grunt, but not crisp. It sounds delicious!

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  4. So many pretties Kitty! I am fascinated by the crochet tea cozy, did you make that? My tummy is rumbling looking at your blueberry crisp! The embroidered cloth is beautiful!
    Have a wonderful week :)
    Jenna

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  5. Love the embroidered cloth!

    When my aunt and family went to Quebec last month, they also brought me back blueberry black tea!

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  6. I love the tablecloth and the teacups and the teacup cozy. What a nice idea to make blueberry crisp. Thanks for the recipe! Hope you have a nice week.

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  7. Blueberry crisp sounds delicious! I love the embroidered tablecloth and the blue and white teacups. So pretty.

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  8. Que linda mesa posta para chá.
    As louças são lindas, a toalha também.
    bjs

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  9. Everything is so pretty in blue. What a sweet luncheon cloth. Love the embroidery of the little teacup. Both the teacups are pretty and the tea cosy keeping your blueberry tea warm is lovely. Did you fashion it, Kitty? Honestly, you have the best tea parties...blueberry crisp while sipping blueberry tea, with that pretty angel smiling....sounds perfect to me.

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  10. I have that same JS angel. It is his Kitchen Angel and it is to be kept in the kitchen to watch over and bless all your kitchen endeavors!! I do love it. That blueberry crisp looks wonderful!!!!

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  11. Las fotos son preciosas ! Espero verte por mi blog ! que tengas una feliz día! ♡♡♡

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  12. Yum, The blueberry crisp sounds delightful.
    Love your charming tea cozy and I especially love the sweet embroidered cloth! It has so much personality.
    Wishing you a lovely day.

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  13. Oh this does look scrumptious, Kitty! I have some blueberries in the fridge right now...hmmm...you're giving me ideas here! I love all the pretty blues on your table...that table cloth is a lovely and I do think I might recognize one of the teacups! :D Hugs!

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  14. Yum! Your blueberry crisp looks so good, Kitty. The blueberries will soon be plentiful here and I will have to make this. It's been a while since I made a crisp of any kind and right now, this one really appeals to me. Thank you for sharing your recipe. Enjoy your week, dear friend! Hugs...Sandi

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  15. Hi!I love that gorgeous embroidery cloth and the pretty crocheted tea cozy!Adorable angel too.Thanks for sharing your delicious recipe.Blessings!

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  16. Oh how I LOVE blueberry crisp. This sounds wonderful. All your 'pretties' are just delightful and are real smile-bringers. Thanks for sharing your yummm with us. XO

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  17. Your angel is so sweet. What lovely gifts you have. Blueberry crisp sounds heavenly. It is almost time to start baking and making soup. Thanks so much for sharing your lovely vignette. I would be thrilled to have tea and blueberry crisp with you. I am healing well. The scar is starting to fade. Xo

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  18. Awe...now that is one sweet angel. OOH...that blueberry crisp looks so good Kitty. I missed seeing Cissy's picture today too! (Smiles) Hugs and blessings, Cindy

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  19. That looks yummy, Kitty, and I always love your little vignettes you create to go with your sweet editions.

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  20. Such a charming table to enjoy your blueberry crisp. The cloth sets such a pretty place for your crock and angel and lovely cups. Great recipe.

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  21. That looks delicious! Pinned.

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  22. I love all crumbles and crisps! It looks beautiful on that lovely table cloth!

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  23. I love the luncheon cloth, the embroidery is lovely.
    Many thanks for sharing the recipe, it's making me feel hungry!

    All the best Jan

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  24. Oh, how yummy your blueberry crisp sounds! And the gifts from your friends are so wonderful! I miss those teacup exchanges. Dear Stephanie blessed us all so much with those. May the Lord bless you, sweet friend. :)

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  25. Your table setting looks lovely all set in blue. :-)
    Yes, those tea cup exchanges were certainly a delight for sure.
    I have your precious tea cups gracing my sweet little tea cup hutch and I think of you every time I look into those glass doors.

    I enjoy blueberries any way possible, so this is a must try.
    Your crumble looks wonderful!

    Bless you Kitty~

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  26. Everything is just lovely! LOVE the cups...
    Sounds like a yummy recipe!
    hughugs

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  27. I have 2 little napkins that match your luncheon cloth,I do believe, look at my etsy shop.
    I have had a summer break from blogging and back in the saddle now LOL

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  28. Kitty, I love your crisp! Would love to have a dish of it right this minute. And your luncheon cloth is delightful!

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  29. I love your Tea Time Angel as well as that beautiful table cloth with the hand embroidery! You have set a pretty table of "Blue" and everything goes together so well.

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  30. Your blueberry crisp looks yummy. I love, love, love your luncheon cloth.

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  31. It looks delicious! I love the blue and white teacups on that tablecloth. So pretty.

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