Crisps come together really easily and they’re super forgiving, which makes them an ideal dessert to make regardless of your confidence in the kitchen.
Tart, sweet, jammy, buttery, crumbly – yes please! This recipe is simple to make and it easily feeds a crowd, which makes it a dinner party favorite. For context, a crisp is a baked dessert of fruit that’s tossed with sugar and topped with a topping of butter, flour, sugar, and rolled oats.
Here, tart rhubarb and sweet strawberries bake until almost jammy under the crumbly, buttery topping, which crisps up beautifully when baked, hence the name. Serve with your favorite vanilla ice cream and you’ll be a hero!
What Annie’s Eating is a food blog on a mission to bring simple California-inspired recipes to home cooks everywhere. Annie isn't a purist for any one style of cooking – she believes that enjoying food is all about a balance, so the recipes she shares on What Annie’s Eating are mostly healthy, sometimes indulgent, and always delicious.