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Easy Peach Crisp Recipe

Easy Peach Crisp Recipe. Photo of baking dish with crumble

Looking for an easy dessert to serve? Try this easy peach crisp recipe. Crisps can be made ahead and hold up well overnight. Read on to see a yummy summer version of this dish.

I usually hate to turn on my oven during summer unless it is a gray, dreary day. If I do make something that requires the oven, I try to make it late at night for the next day or early in the morning. We don’t have whole house air conditioning, just some window units and the oven can really warm up the house. This peach crisp is definitely worth heating up the house a bit! Other than the tasty factor, crisps are pretty versatile too.

Crisps taste delicious cold or warm- am I the only who thinks this? Ha ha.

This dish works for really any time of day. Because it contains oats, I feel it is perfectly acceptable to serve at brunch or eat leftovers for breakfast. Definitely versatile ๐Ÿ™‚

Gather Ingredients.

Ingredients for Easy Peach Crisp Recipe

First step, gather your ingredients. Growing up, my grandmother would make the apple version of this recipe. After seeing peach versions, I thought why not adapt my grandma’s recipe and swap in peaches so I can enjoy the crumbly goodness all year??

Combine ingredients for peaches.

combine ingredients for a peach crisp

Secondly, start to combine ingredients in a bowl. That’s my son helping out. This is a perfect recipe for a preschooler to try!

Stir until combined.

Stir ingredients for a crisp

Next step, we stir.

Pour mixture over peaches and stir.

Pour mixture over chopped peaches.

Combine remaining ingredients for topping.

Little boy stirring oatmeal

Then there is more stirring.

Pop into oven.

Peach crisp in baking dish

Last step before digging in; bake!

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Peach crisp served in bowl. Easy Peach Crisp Recipe


Peach filling

4 cups diced peaches (about 6 peaches)

1/3 cup light brown sugar

1 teaspoon cinnamon

1 teaspoon nutmeg

Crumb topping

1 cup rolled oats

1 cup all purpose flour

1 egg

1 teaspoon baking powder

1/2 cup melted non-salted butter


  1. Preheat oven to 375. Dice peaches into cubes and pour in 8×8 baking dish.
  2. Mix 1 tablespoon of the flour with the brown sugar, cinnamon and nutmeg in a small bowl and pour onto peaches. Stir to cover all peaches.
  3. In a medium sized bowl combine remaining flour, egg, oats, baking powder and melted butter. Stir and pour over peaches.
  4. Depending on the level of sweetness you like, you can sprinkle with sugar before baking to get a pretty shine.
  5. Bake 25 to 45 minutes or until bubbling.

Shopping and Baking!

I haven’t always liked baking, but I’ve always loved shopping! I’ve linked some of the items I always use. If I couldn’t find the exact thing, I chose the most similar I could find.

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Easy Peach Crisp Recipe

Before you go, here are a couple more dessert recipes for summer:

Strawberry cupcakes

A traditional Hungarian dessert

Oh and what about yummy summer side recipes:

You can never go wrong with a classic potato salad!

Cucumbers scream summer to me. This keto cucumber salad sounds so refreshing.

33 thoughts on “Easy Peach Crisp Recipe”

  1. Oh my goodness – I HAVE to make this. I saw a sign on my way to the grocery store that said “Palisade Peaches.” I’ll have to stop by on my next trip and grab some!

  2. This sounds wonderful. I’ve made peach cobbler before and I’ve made apple crisp but would not have thought of the peach crisp. Well done. Thank you sof sharing.

  3. I love a crisp! I made tons last year with apples from our orchard- we’d take friends to pick then I would make it right in front of them while we visited! So easy and so delicious! Your recipe looks super yummy!

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