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I tripled this recipe, still baking it in a 9x13. I served it beside vanilla ice cream and all eight of my children and my husband had seconds. Excellent recipe!
I had strawberries I needed to use and, being diabetic, I replaced all the sugars with Splenda brown and Splenda regular. The result was delicious, and I'm now considering other in-season fruits.
I gave this recipe 4 stars. My family really liked this recipe. My 7 yr old newphew asked for seconds. My future hubby said this was really good. I thought it was good different as I've never had strawberry crisp before. I had some strawberries to use up so I searched and found this recipe. I made a few minor changes to the recipe. I cut the recipe down to 2 servings. I used Splenda brown sugar, walnuts, and Splenda sugar blend for granulated sugar. Over all this was very simple and quick. I'd make it again! Thanks for posting a good recipe! Christine (internetnut)
This was very good! The only way to make it better would be to have the topping a bit more crumbly. By melting the butter before mixing it into the topping mixture, it was clumpy and a bit difficult to distribute evenly ove the berries.
TY Uncle Bill for this wonderful recipe for crisp. I had this one saved for just this time of year and knew I would get to it eventually. These strawberries are from Costco I might add, because I couldn't wait until ours are ready here in Michigan. They are fabulous from there and so I knew it would turn out really yummy. I've made crisp using apples and rhubarb but this is a first for me using strawberries. Wonderful, just wonderful. TY for posting this as it will be a keeper for me.!! Made for My3Chef's 08'.~