Summer Berry Crisp
a sweet treat recipe
Brianna Shaver is a recipe developer and food photographer currently based in the PNW. After graduating from pastry school, Brianna went on to spend the next 10 years working in bakeries and restaurants and started two small businesses in Seattle, WA. After having her first child, she left her career as a corporate pastry chef at a large tech company to prioritize the things she loves: recipe development, food photography & spending ample time with her family. When not in the kitchen you can catch her hiking up a mountain or curling up on the couch with a good book. Follow her drool worthy content on Instagram @gardenboxbaking
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With juicy berries and a hint of lemon, this berry crisp screams summer! It comes together in a flash making it a must have for your summer baking rotation.
TIME (ACTIVE) | 15 M
TIME (INACTIVE) | 40 M
TOTAL | 55 M
Preheat the oven to 350f and lightly butter an 8x8” or similar size baking dish.
In a large bowl, mix together everything for the filling and pour it into the prepared dish. In another bowl, add all of the ingredients for the filling. Mix together using your fingers until a crumbly texture forms.
Pour the crumble topping over the filling and place in the preheated oven. Bake for 35-45 minutes or until the filling is bubbling in the center.
Let the crisp cool for 15 minutes, dust with powdered sugar and enjoy warm.
Expiry: 4 days in refrigerator.
Top with ice cream for extra goodness.
An All-Purpose Baking Blend
spice blend collab
This Cinnasational Spice Blend is an all purpose baking blend that can be added to any baked good! Cinnamon is the star of the show but nutmeg, allspice and cloves pack their own punch creating a well rounded spice mix. From cinnamon rolls to cobbler, this blend is the perfect addition to any and every baking recipe!
A few of my favorite ways to use the Cinnasational Spice Blend:
• Swap out the cinnamon for this blend in your next batch snickerdoodles
• Spice up your favorite banana bread by adding 1 ½ teaspoons to recipe
• Add a couple of teaspoons to your next summer crisp or cobbler
Whisk this blend in with the flour and other dry ingredients when adding it to a recipe so it is evenly distributed.
To make a spiced simple syrup, mix it in with the sugar before adding the water so it does not separate.