Strawberry Rhubarb Crisp Recipe

Strawberry Rhubarb Crisp Recipe. This updated, old-time strawberry rhubarb crisp is simply delicious. The great sweet-tart taste of strawberries and rhubarb combined with a buttery good granola crumble topping makes for a dessert your entire family will enjoy!



Strawberry Rhubarb Crisp Recipe

This Strawberry Rhubarb Crisp Recipe is really, really good. The brown sugar almost caramelizes (there is a lot of butter in this recipe!) and forms a wonderful topping with the oats. You could actually use granola instead of rolled oats to give a sweeter taste (granola was used in these photos).

It is very easy to make. Just make sure to use a pastry cutter (blender) to blend the dry ingredients together with the butter.

Note: this recipe first appeared on my old blog in 2010. The photographs have been updated.

Strawberry Rhubarb Crisp Ingredients:

• 1 1/3 cups Flour, divided
• 1 cup packed Brown Sugar
• ¾ lb Butter, sliced
• 1 cup Granola (or rolled oats)
• 1 cup White Sugar
• 4 cups Strawberries, hulled and sliced
• 3 cups Rhubarb, diced

Strawberry Rhubarb Crisp Mise en Place:

Measuring Cup
• 2 Large Bowls
• Spatula
• Paring Knife
Pastry Blender (cutter)
13″ x 9″ Baking Dish
• Nonstick Spray

Strawberry Rhubarb Crisp Recipe. This updated, old time strawberry rhubarb crisp is simply delicious. The great sweet-tart taste of strawberries and rhubarb combined with a buttery good granola crumble topping makes for a dessert your entire family will enjoy!


Strawberry Rhubarb Crisp Directions:

• Preheat oven to 375º.
• Lightly spray a 13″ x 9″ baking dish with nonstick spray. Set aside.
• In a large bowl combine granola (or oats), butter, brown sugar and 1 cup flour until crumbly. A pastry cutter (blender) works well for this task. Set aside.

Strawberry Rhubarb Crisp Recipe. This updated, old time strawberry rhubarb crisp is simply delicious. The great sweet-tart taste of strawberries and rhubarb combined with a buttery good granola crumble topping makes for a dessert your entire family will enjoy!


• In a separate bowl, combine hulled and sliced strawberries, diced rhubarb, white sugar and 1/3 cup flour together. Mix well by folding until the strawberries and rhubarb are completely coated.
• Spread fruit mixture in the prepared baking dish.

Strawberry Rhubarb Crisp Recipe. This updated, old time strawberry rhubarb crisp is simply delicious. The great sweet-tart taste of strawberries and rhubarb combined with a buttery good granola crumble topping makes for a dessert your entire family will enjoy!


• Top fruit mixture with granola (or oats) crumbles.
• Bake for 45 minutes in a preheated 375º oven.

Strawberry Rhubarb Crisp Recipe. This updated, old time strawberry rhubarb crisp is simply delicious. The great sweet-tart taste of strawberries and rhubarb combined with a buttery good granola crumble topping makes for a dessert your entire family will enjoy!


• Serve warm or cold, plain or topped with vanilla ice cream or real whipped cream.
• Refrigerate leftovers.


Strawberry Rhubarb Crisp Recipe

This updated, old time strawberry rhubarb crisp is simply delicious. The great sweet-tart taste of strawberries and rhubarb combined with a buttery good granola crumble topping makes for a dessert your entire family will enjoy!

Prep Time:20 Minutes
Cook Time:45 Minutes
Total Time: 1 Hour 5 Minutes

Ingredients:
1 1/3 cups Flour, divided
1 cup packed Brown Sugar
¾ lb Butter, sliced
1 cup Granola (or rolled oats)
1 cup White Sugar
4 cups Strawberries, hulled and sliced
3 cups Rhubarb, diced

Directions:


• Preheat oven to 375º.
• Lightly spray a 13″ x 9″ baking dish with nonstick spray. Set aside.
• In a large bowl combine granola (or oats), butter, brown sugar and 1 cup flour until crumbly. A pastry cutter (blender) works well for this task. Set aside.
• In a separate bowl, combine hulled and sliced strawberries, diced rhubarb, white sugar and 1/3 cup flour together. Mix well by folding until the strawberries and rhubarb are completely coated.
• Spread fruit mixture in the prepared baking dish.
• Top fruit mixture with granola (or oats) crumbles.
• Bake for 45 minutes in a preheated 375º oven.
• Serve warm or cold, plain or topped with vanilla ice cream or real whipped cream.
• Refrigerate leftovers.

Makes 8 servings Strawberry Rhubarb Crisp

Strawberry Rhubarb Crisp Recipe. This updated, old time strawberry rhubarb crisp is simply delicious. The great sweet-tart taste of strawberries and rhubarb combined with a buttery good granola crumble topping makes for a dessert your entire family will enjoy!


• Have extra rhubarb!? Learn How to Freeze Rhubarb with these easy step-by-step instructions.

If you like strawberries, you might also enjoy some of these tasty strawberry treats:
Strawberry Rhubarb Galette Recipe – when a little crust will do ya. A fast and simple strawberry dessert.
Strawberry Tart Recipe – forget complicated strawberry tarts, this one is simple to make, yet gives the dramatic beauty of a much more complicated tart recipe.
Strawberry Breakfast Sandwich Recipe – this is simply AMAZING!! So darned good.

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Nectarine Tart Recipe

Nectarine Tart Recipe. I originally posted this Nectarine Tart recipe several years ago.  To me, this is the most beautiful dessert I have ever created - and I have baked a lot of desserts in my days!  This dough is fabulous and I have used it to make pies.  It is wonderfully sweet and very easy to work with.


I originally posted this Nectarine Tart recipe several years ago. To me, this is the most beautiful dessert I have ever created – and I have baked a lot of desserts in my days! This dough is fabulous and I have used it to make pies. It is wonderfully sweet and very easy to work with.

While all these pictures make it seem difficult, nothing could be further from the truth – this is a long process, but quite easy! Hubby and I have worked together on this, and not only survived, but had a good time making it! I hope you give this Nectarine Tart a try – you will be delighted with the result!

Nectarine Tart Recipe. I originally posted this Nectarine Tart recipe several years ago.  To me, this is the most beautiful dessert I have ever created - and I have baked a lot of desserts in my days!  This dough is fabulous and I have used it to make pies.  It is wonderfully sweet and very easy to work with.


Nectarine Tart Recipe

There are several stages to this tart. I advise making the crust first due to refrigeration times. I would bake/roast the nectarines next as they will need to cool. While the custard does to cool, it does so rapidly. As long as you have the crust and nectarines ready, you will be golden doing the custard last.

You can use a flan tin or a quiche pan for the crust. I used a quiche pan.

Crust

1 2/3 c Flour
2/3 c Confectionery Sugar
1 Stick Cold Butter, sliced into cubes
1 Egg Yolk
1 1/2 – 2 Tbsp Cold Water

Heat oven to 325º

Nectarine Tart Recipe


Cut butter into flour and confectionery sugar mixture.
Add egg yolk.
Add water to make the dough come together.

Nectarine Tart Recipe


Nectarine Tart Recipe


When the dough is formed into a ball, wrap it in plastic wrap and refrigerate for 30 minutes.

Nectarine Tart Recipe


After chilling dough for 30 minutes, bring it out and roll it in between sparsely floured parchment paper. You want just enough flour to allow for rolling. This dough will warm rapidly, and become soft.

Nectarine Tart Recipe


Press dough into your tin, and trim away any excess.
Return to refrigerator for 30 minutes.

Nectarine Tart Recipe


Place parchment paper on top of uncooked crust, and place beans on to to weight the paper down and not allow for much rising. (No, there is no parchment paper in this pic, I forgot and had to go back and dump the beans and start again and neglected to snap another picture.)

Nectarine Tart Recipe


Bake uncovered for 10 minutes on 325º.
Remove paper and beans, return to oven and bake another 10 minutes or until the pastry is slightly browned.

Nectarine Tart Recipe


Roast/ Bake Nectarines

8 Nectarines cut in half with the stones removed
1/4 c Orange Juice
1/2 C Firmly Packed Brown Sugar

If you have a convection oven setting, use the roast setting instead of bake.
Preheat oven to to 400º
Place nectarines in a single layer in large, shallow baking dish.
Sprinkle with OJ and brown sugar

Nectarine Tart Recipe


Roast/Bake for 20 minutes until nectarines are soft.
Cool to touch.

Nectarine Tart Recipe


Remove skins from nectarines.
Slice into thin slices.

Nectarine Tart Recipe


Custard

1 1/4 c Whipping Cream
1 c Milk
1/2 C Caster Sugar (forget paying for this at a gourmet shop! Just put 1/2 c of regular sugar in a small food processor and whirl until fine)
1/4 tsp Vanilla
3 Egg Yolks
2 Tbsp Corn Starch
6 Tbsp Butter

Combine cream, milk and sugar in medium saucepan.
Add vanilla.
Bring to a low boil.

Nectarine Tart Recipe


Beat egg yolks in a small mixing bowl.
Add corn starch.
Gradually beat in hot cream mixture.
Return entire combined mixture to medium saucepan.

Nectarine Tart Recipe


Allow to come to a boil.
Heat until thickened.
Remove from heat and add butter.

Nectarine Tart Recipe


Cover with plastic wrap and allow to cool to room temperature.

Nectarine Tart Recipe


Assembly

Pour custard into cooled pastry shell.
Place nectarines on top of custard. You do not have to push down, they will settle into the custard. Hubby refers to the custard as the glue.

Nectarine Tart Recipe


Chill for 3 hours (or overnight) until set.

Nectarine Tart Recipe


This is the final product, and wow is it tasty!


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