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    Musings: Peach & Blueberry Crumbles

    We’ll be posting this classic summer dessert on Thursday, July 23. Does anyone have plans to change the fruit or make any other substitutions? Have you made this recipe before? Post your questions, substitutions and suggestions here!


    14 Responses

    1. I made this over the holiday weekend and it was a hit. One suggestion taste the peaches, if they’re juicy and sweet scale down the sugar.

    2. I’m gonna do half with blueberries and half without. I’m not a big fan, but my hubby is

    3. Made these tonight. Great flavor, but I halved the recipe and should have used four ramekins instead of three. Otherwise, the blueberries overflow around the crumble.

    4. Also made this for 4th of July. I made it in one large casserole dish instead of separate servings. There was definitely not enough a topping. It looked like enough when I covered the crisp but when it cooked there was barely any left. I loved the flavors but would definitely double the topping.

    5. I will be making this in another week, and I am looking forward to be able to use the fresh summer peaches for this recipe! Thanks for all of the tips, keep them coming!

    6. I made mine in one big pan too. I added some cherries and did double the blueberries. I had to double the topping and bake it for about 45 minutes. It was DELICIOUS with ice cream!

    7. I have been eyeing this dessert for sometime, now that the fresh peaches are at the market I look forward to trying it. Will add more blueberries because they are in season now to.

    8. blueberries and fresh peaches are hard to find here in the province so I had to make do with apples ๐Ÿ™‚

    9. Has anyone had success with fruits other than peaches and blueberries? I don’t really like either, but would love to try this recipe!

    10. made this last thurs night for a summer dinner party and it was a HUGE hit! wouldn’t change a thing.

    11. Haven’t made this one yet… but great suggestions!! looks yummy!

    12. Melissa—I made something similar to this recipe with Plum & Raspberry (from her Barefoot in Paris). It was delicious as well!

    13. Whew! I made this sooo long ago, but I’m just now getting my post up. This was a very tasty summer dessert. I really enjoyed this recipe ๐Ÿ™‚


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