Sunday, I also made this delicious Gingered Fruit Crisp that the kids delighted with ice cream. I wanted to go to bed early that’s why I did not have time to post it. Here is the recipe
Gingered Fruit Crisp
8 cups mixed berries
1/3 cup granulated sugar
2 Tbs cornstarch
Zest of one lemon
1 ½ cups old-fashioned oats
1 cup brown sugar
½ cup all-purpose flour
1/3 cup chopped crystallized ginger
1 ½ tsp cinnamon
½ cup melted butter
Pre-heat oven to 400 degrees F
Toss berries with cornstarch and sugar and lemon zest. Place berries in a lightly greased baking dish.
In a bowl combine all dry ingredients and ginger, mix well. Add melted butter and mix to create a streusel. Sprinkle streusel over berries and bake for 20-25 minutes. Cool slightly before serving with ice cream.
im so trying this out! thanks for the share! check out my recipe i just made bell pepper nachos!
Yesterday, my daughter wanted us to have Tuesday Nachos and I did not. Veronica, I will check your recipe and will make nachos on Friday.
This is so creative! I would never have thought about that. How long do you think it will last after making? about a week?
It only last 2 days in my household, Narkis.
That looks delicious! I love pairing ginger with desserts. And you can never go wrong with ice cream.
Yes, Joline, I am an ice cream lover and I pair ice cream with almost every dessert.
I have made something similar but without the ginger and ginger sounds amazing in it! Definitely going to have to try this!!
I love the ginger hint.
ooh i must try this immediately b/c it looks and sounds so delicious! thanks so much for sharing!
It is simply delicious, Miriam.
I always put ice cream on desserts like this as well! I make a similar one with just apples but I’ve never added ginger to it, that sounds delicious!
Sometimes, I do the same recipes with pears instead of berries, Stephanie, and I love the ginger hint.
This is such a quick and yummy recipe and I love my desserts with a scoop of icecream. It tastes heavenly.
It does, Vyom, ice cream always takes me to heaven.
I have to try this. It looks so delish! I’m sure my kids would love this, they have such a sweet tooth! Thanks for the recipe!
Thank you, Jennifer.
I love pairing that with ice cream. It’s a great sweet treat!
Me too, Jenn, I love ice cream.
I love Crisps since they’re a healthy alternative to other desserts. I have never thought of adding ginger but will totally do now!
I love crisps too, I love ginger, Ruby, particularly during winter time.
This looks so good! I love anything that you can pair with ice cream.
Same here, Danielle.
Amazingggg post! and It looks so amazingly tasty! Thanks for sharing
Thank you, Saidy.
I’ve discovered as I get older that I actually REALLY like ginger in things! I must’ve been missing out all this time. This recipe looks great, thanks for sharing it!
Thank you, Beth, I have to have ginger in my house, particularly during the winter.
This fruit crisp looks like it is so amazing. I definitely need to make some of this!
Thank you, Deb.
I cannot wait to make this. It looks so good and paired with ice cream oh my! Thank you for the recipe.
Simple and delicious, Daisha.
I love how many berries you’ve added to this recipe. I can imagine it’s full of antioxidants — yum!
I love a good fruit crisp. This looks so incredibly yummy. My mouth is watering!
It’s the perfect dessert for a beautiful Sunday evening, April.
It looks yummy ? and I am hungry already. I love berries so this recipe is perfect for me. I don’t really like sweet so maybe I will remove the sugar from the ingredients next time I try the recipe.
That is a healthy option, Alice.
What a delicious treat, Marjie! Adding ginger is a very creative twist! I’ve always liked ice cream but became a real fan during my pregnancy, and this is a lovely way to eat it!
It sure is, Cynthia, I am also an ice cream lover.
I like crisp. I have never made anything other then an apple crisp but, why not step outside the box? This would be a nice change!
You could also try it with pears, Rose.
This dessert sounds yummy and so easy to make. I think I will be making this for my husband this weekend.
Let me know, how he likes it, Lucy.
Pinned because that looks delish! Maybe Valentine’s Day breakfast? 😀
Thank you so much, Candice.
I love fruit crisps but never really made them! This looks like such a perfect recipe for V-Day season.
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It is simple to make, Kusum.
This Gingered Fruit Crisp looks so delicious. I would love to make it for Valentine’s Day.
That will be a great idea, Glenda.
I always love a good fruit crisp. I am going to have to make this for dinner tonight for my daughter. She would love it too. That and a scoop of ice cream sounds perfect.
I think she would love it too, David.
Yummm….this looks delicious! I love anything that has ginger….strong but amazing flavor. I am going to try out this recipe 🙂
Great, Mayuri, let me know.
i love baked fruit desserts like this! so delicious and perfect with ice cream!
So do I, Ananda.
Recipe saved! This is simple yet so yummy. Thank you so much for sharing this recipe I am sure I’ll love it.
I am glad, Kweni, thank you,
Since crisps are a thing in the UK, this is not what I was expecting – haha! But this looks and sounds delicious, great recipe!
It was delicious, Jazmin.
This looks delish! I am normally not a breakfast person but this looks like something that I could get down with!
Give it a try and let me know, Alexandra
This looks so delicious! I never tried pairing ginger with something like this! Great recipe!
I love to add a pinch of ginger in my dessert.
This looks so delicious and refreshing. I will have to try this as a dessert for my family!
It was delicious, Jessica!
Oh this sounds so nice, and healthy. I might have to give this a go x
It was, give it a try and let us know how you like it, Rhian!
I would love to try my hands on this recipe. It sounds and looks nice.
You will love it.
Sounds like a real must try! I have not had ginger with dessert but this looks so delicious I can’t wait to make it. Thanks for the recipe!
Thank you, Annemarie!
Fruit crisps are good and the recipe sounds tasty. Worth a try.
It was tasty, Monidipa!
That really looks amazing. I think I would like to try this out although maybe with a different berry instead of strawberry. Or maybe use something else like apples. My daughter would love it.
David, that sounds nice. Whenever, I find a recipe I like, I always try to change something to make it my own.
Ah! What a great recipe. And I adore that you added ginger to it. What a fun twist!