Easy Nectarine Crisp with Granola


Granola Peach Crisp | Reluctant Entertainer

Goodbye, Summer, and Welcome Autumn! For those of you enjoying this beautiful day, by hosting or cooking for your family, I’m happy to share another very simple recipe that includes our sweet garden nectarines in a Easy Nectarine Crisp with Granola. Anyone can make this, even your kids! :)

Our nectarine tree is bearing fruit that is ready and delicious. Some have holes, but we do not spray them. We do not use insecticides in our garden, which means the produce may not be as pretty as in other gardens. But we know what we are eating is 100% healthy. No chemicals.

Late Summer Garden

I made this last week for dessert for our family. I told the kids the quickest way to make a crisp is to slice your fruit, add a tiny bit of sugar (if needed), then for the topping take a small amount of melted butter, plus brown sugar, and add granola. Mix and add to the top and bake at 350 for about 20 minute.

Perfect end-of-summer crisp!

Happy Labor Day!

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Granola Peach Crisp | Reluctant Entertainer


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2 Responses to “Easy Nectarine Crisp with Granola”

  1. #
    Ashley @ Wishes and Dishes — September 2, 2013 @ 8:11 am

    Thank you for linking to my labor day roundup!! :)

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    Kumar's Kitchen — September 2, 2013 @ 11:33 pm

    oh the nectarine tree looks so bountiful with those pretty fruits…delicious idea of making such an easy and fruity granola…yummy treat :-)

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