Everyone gets hit by that sudden urge for a sweet treat now and then, and not everyone wants to spend their entire day in the kitchen in order to satisfy it. That’s where fruit crisps come in handy. These desserts are quick, easy, and absolutely delicious, making them the perfect solution for your sweet cravings. You can make them with almost any fruit and they’re also perfect for feeding a crowd at the last minute. It really doesn’t get better than these recipes!

A close-up of a spoon lifting a portion of baked apple crisp with a crumbly oat topping.
Photo credit: Feels Like Home.
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Strawberry Peach Coconut Crisp

Strawberry Peach Coconut Crisp. Photo credit: FODMAP Everyday.

This strawberry peach coconut crisp is a dream come true for quick dessert fans. With strawberries, peaches, and a coconut oat topping, it’s absolutely scrumptious. Whether served with ice cream or on its own, it’s a homestyle treat that’s easy to love. Perfect for anyone looking for a simple yet delicious dessert. Plus, it’s a breeze to whip up.
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Air Fryer Apple Crisp

Air fryer apple crisp in individual ramekins.
Air Fryer Apple Crisp. Photo credit: Running to the Kitchen.

This air fryer apple crisp is a game changer for quick desserts. With sweet apples and a rich crumble on top, it’s a must-try for anyone needing a sweet fix fast. It’s super easy to whip up, making your life simpler while still impressing everyone. Perfect for a cozy night in, this dessert brings comfort and flavor without the wait. Plus, it’s a great way to enjoy a classic without turning on the oven.
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Sour Cherry Crisp

Sour cherry crisp in a baking dish with a spoon.
Sour Cherry Crisp. Photo credit: Running to the Kitchen.

Dive into this sour cherry crisp for a burst of tart and sweet in every bite. With a simple topping, it’s an easy dessert that’s sure to win over everyone. Great for a laid-back dessert, it pairs perfectly with a scoop of ice cream. It’s the kind of treat that makes any day feel a bit more special. Quick to prepare, it’s a sweet solution for busy dessert lovers.
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Blueberry Crisp

Blueberry Crisp. Photo credit: My Pure Plants.

This blueberry crisp is as easy as it gets. Four ingredients and a couple of minutes are all it takes to create a dessert that’s bursting with flavor. Fresh blueberries and a hint of cinnamon under a crispy topping? Yes, please. Don’t skip the ice cream – it’s a must. A perfect choice for a quick, delicious dessert.
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Orange Ginger Pear and Quince Crisp

Orange Ginger Pear and Quince Crisp. Photo credit: Running to the Kitchen.

This orange ginger pear and quince crisp will fill your space with the aroma of fall. It’s the ideal mix of sweet fruit and warming spices, topped with a crispy layer. Simple to make, it’s a standout dessert that’s sure to impress with minimal effort. Perfect with vanilla ice cream, it’s a cozy dessert everyone will love. Plus, it’s a breeze to whip up for an impromptu sweet craving.
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Cherry Rhubarb Crisp

Cherry Rhubarb Crisp. Photo credit: Dishes Delish.

Check out this cherry rhubarb crisp for a perfect blend of tart and sweet. With a buttery topping, it’s a quick and easy dessert that screams summer. Serve it up with vanilla ice cream for an ultimate treat. It’s the kind of dessert that makes you wish for seconds. Fast to make, it’s a delicious way to end any meal.
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Peach Crisp

Peach Crisp. Photo credit: Dishes Delish.

When peaches are ripe, this peach crisp is the way to go. It’s slightly sweet, bursting with peach flavor, and topped with a crispy layer. Whether you like it plain or with ice cream, it’s a breeze to make. Ready in under 45 minutes, it’s the perfect quick dessert for any occasion. A simple, yet irresistible way to enjoy fresh peaches.
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Cranberry Crisp with Grapes & Citrus

Cranberry Crisp with Grapes & Citrus. Photo credit: FODMAP Everyday.

Who says crisps need apples? Try our cranberry crisp with grapes and citrus for a refreshing twist. It’s a unique mix that’s surprisingly easy to make and bursting with flavor. A fantastic choice for when you want a dessert that stands out. Ready in no time, it’s a sweet and tangy delight.
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Pear Crisp

A close-up of a spoon lifting a portion of baked apple crisp with a crumbly oat topping.
Photo credit: Feels Like Home.

This warm, cozy pear crisp recipe is ridiculously easy with just 15 minutes of prep! Serve warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and enjoy as a welcome departure to the more popular apple crisp.

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Strawberry Rhubarb Crisp

Strawberry Rhubarb Crisp. Photo credit: FODMAP Everyday.

This strawberry rhubarb crisp is the easy fruit dessert you’ve been looking for. Juicy strawberries and rhubarb come together under a sweet, crunchy topping. It’s a straightforward bake that promises big flavor. A crowd-pleaser that’s as easy to make as it is to love. Dive into this classic combo for a quick and delightful dessert.
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Caramel Apple Crumble

Caramel Apple Crumble. Photo credit: My Pure Plants.

Meet the best apple crumble with a twist. Tender apples beneath a crispy, golden topping make each bite a delight. It’s simple, quick, and pairs beautifully with vanilla ice cream. A modern take on a classic that’s sure to please. This dessert is all about indulging without the wait.
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Blackberry Apple Crisp

A bowl of fruit crumble topped with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
Photo credit: Pass Me Some Tasty.

Blackberries and honeycrisp apples are combined and topped with a hazelnut oat topping creating the perfect combination of flavors for this easy fruit crisp. It’s the perfect gluten-free dessert for any time of the year and any type of gathering!

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Microwave Apple Crisp

Microwave Apple Crisp.
Microwave Apple Crisp. Photo credit: Running to the Kitchen.

Ever crave a homemade dessert but dread the wait? This microwave apple crisp has got you covered. It’s a single-serve wonder that’s ready in minutes, combining ease with the warm, comforting flavors of apple and cinnamon. Just add ice cream or whipped cream for an instant treat. Ideal for satisfying that sweet tooth when time isn’t on your side.
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Campfire Apple Crisp

Campfire Apple Crisp. Photo credit: xoxoBella.

Campfire apple crisp brings the fun of camping right to your dessert table. Sweet, cinnamon-spiced apples meet a crunchy topping for a treat that’s both easy to make and incredibly rewarding. Whether you’re around a fire or craving something sweet at home, it’s a hit. It’s all the fun of campfire cooking, minus the fuss. A fantastic way to enjoy a classic dessert with a twist.
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Strawberry and Peach Crisp

Strawberry and Peach Crisp. Photo credit: xoxoBella.

Stuck on dessert? Let this strawberry and peach crisp be your go-to. It’s a blend of sweet strawberries and peaches under a crunchy topping, easy to make and absolutely delicious. Perfect for when you want something sweet without the hassle. It’s a straightforward, crowd-pleasing dessert that’s a hit every time.
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