Everyone swoons over thebeauty of spring vegetablesbut summer fruits may be even more glorious—especially in dessert form. Fruit crisp is one of my all-time summer favorite desserts because it is usually so easy and it tasteswonderful!Fruit crisp is definitely one of the best treats of summer! Here I would share with you one of my favorite Cast iron DESSERT recipes----one pan tripe berry Kahlua crisp. You will be totally surprised when this one pan food is baked well and removed from the oven. It looks gorgeously dark, rich berry mixture and the golden crumble. I think that your family will become your biggest fans if you make this one pan triple berry Kahlua crisp! Plus, if you want to make a homemade dessert but don’t have a ton of time on your hands, just make this crisp. And here is the recipe. Be sure to follow the steps and you will bake out one of the most beautiful dessert in your life.
One Pan Triple Berry Kahlua Crisp
For the Filling:
1 1/2cupsfresh blackberries
3 tablespoonsKahlua(depending on your taste)
For the Topping
2cupsold fashioned rolled oats(use gluten free if needed)
1 1/2stick unsalted butter(softened)
6tablespoonsflour(use gluten free if needed)
Vanilla bean ice cream
- Preheat the oven to 375℉. In a 12 inch Cast iron skillet,toss together the strawberries, blueberries and blackberries. Add the Kahlua, vanilla extract, 1/4 cup of brown sugar and lemon zest. Toss well until combined. Set aside.
- In a medium size bowl,put the oats, flour,half cup of brown sugar, baking soda, cinnamon and saltwith slight stirring. Then add the softened butter and use your fingers to crumble it into the oats mixture until everything is moist and the butter is evenly distributed.
- Sprinkle the crisp over the berries. Put the skillet into the preheat oven and bake for about 25 minutes or until the crisp is golden brown and the fruit is bubbling up and smells amazing.
- Serve immediately with a large scoop of vanilla ice cream and a drizzle of the sauce that settles in the skillet. Enjoy it.
If you don’t have flour on hand, it’s easy to make by tossing 1 cup of oats into your food processor or high speed blender and pulse until it is finely ground. Regular or almond flour would work here as well. The great thing about this Triple Berry Crisp recipe is that you can use any combination of berries you have on hand. Fresh or frozen–whatever you have! Here I choose the fresh berries since I really enjoy these fresh babies. The Kahlua in here is not overpowering, but adds just the right touch – a little kick and maybe more like a punch.I have no idea why this instantly transforms the triple berry Kahlua crisp into something fancier and unforgettable. I don’t care about the reason. I just care about the fact that if it works well. Besides, eating this one pan food directly from the skillet is really cool. Plus it is convenient when serving it by using skillet. I love using it for somecrumblebarsor a juicyberry crisp. Crisp is always a huge hit and the best part, and it takes less than 30 minutes to make. I hope you’ll give this recipe a try this weekendornext time you have overnight guests. At that time, you will feel that it’s really easy to make it.
Next time I will share with you another tasty breakfast recipe which can totally satisfy your appetite. Also it can be a great dish to serve other people. It is one of my Cast iron skillet recipes----VEGETABLE AND BACON EGG BAKE SKILLET. Whether you’re serving 2 people or a crowd, it can’t get easier than this make-ahead vegetable and bacon egg bake skillet! 15 minutes of prep time is just enough ! Hope you like my next recipe.