Rolled Spelt and Peach Crisp

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Juicy, ripe peaches in a warm cinnamon/nutmeg scented crisp is the ultimate comfort food. Substitute peaches for other stone fruits like nectarines or plums, or a mix of any seasonal juicy fruits. This is very easy and quick to put together and a great way to enjoy those tender, flavorful and delicious peaches that have high levels of water and dietary fiber.

FillingTopping
  • 6 Large ripe peaches, pitted and cut into chunks
  • 1/2 Lemon, zested and juiced
  • 2 tbsp Whole grain spelt flour
  • 1/2 tsp Vanilla extract
  • 80 g Rolled spelt flakes
  • 40 g Almond slices
  • 30 g Whole grain spelt flour
  • 50 g Brown sugar
  • 1/2 tsp Cinnamon powder
  • 1/4 tsp Nutmeg powder
  • Pinch of salt
  • 80 g Unsalted butter, softened
  1. Preheat oven to 190C/375F. Lightly butter a rectangular baking dish, about 25x15-cm / 10x6-inch. Toss the peaches with the lemon juice, zest, vanilla extract and 2 tablespoons of whole grain spelt flour. Spread peaches in the prepared baking dish.
  2. Stir together rolled spelt, almond slices, flour, sugar, spices, and salt in a bowl, and then work in butter with a pastry blender or your fingertips until mixture forms small clumps. Sprinkle crumb mixture evenly over fruit.
  3. Bake in middle of oven until topping is golden and peaches are tender, 40 to 45 minutes. Cool slightly and serve warm, dusted with icing sugar, if desired.

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77 comments:

Dee at Deelicious Sweets 21/7/11 05:59

I love crisps and crumbles and cobblers! They are always so easy and quick to put together. This one looks so good!

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Cheah 21/7/11 06:23

They look good, yummy!

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My Little Space 21/7/11 07:00

Hmmm..mm...I am salivating here! Slurp.....
Hope you're having a great day, dear.
Kristy

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Pachecopatty 21/7/11 07:04

I've got my rolled spelt! I made cookies and I think this is next;-). Beautiful dessert Angie ;-)

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Kimberly (Unrivaledkitch) 21/7/11 07:20

I love peaches in summer time. Yum

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Foodness Gracious 21/7/11 07:24

Nice peaches, I only wish you had posted this about two weeks ago when my tree was in full bloom. Now it's all peached out but this looks delicious!!

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Rosa's Yummy Yums 21/7/11 07:31

So flavorful! A deliciouis looking and sounding crisp.

Cheers,

Rosa

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kitchen flavours 21/7/11 08:06

Looks so good! Fresh peaches sounds wonderful! Would love to have some of these now! Mmmmmmm.....!!

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Honey Bee Sweets 21/7/11 09:32

Oh yum! Healthy & delicious, best of both worlds! But would I spoil it if I top it with ice cream, heehee....I mean the healthy part that is. :P so I can use roll oats right? Thanks Angie!

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Maris(In Good Taste) 21/7/11 10:03

Easy quick and so delicious! Love it!

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Three-Cookies 21/7/11 11:21

You have wonderful spelt recipes - I need to buy this flour. And definitely nice to add almond to the crisp

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Foodycat 21/7/11 11:27

I haven't tried rolled spelt before, but I can imagine it gives a wonderfully nutty flavour.

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Sissi 21/7/11 12:18

It looks healthy and so delicious! It makes a change from a traditional crisp.

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delphcotecuisine 21/7/11 12:20

what a healthy and delicious dessert, lovely pics too
thanks for sharing
Delphine.

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Anncoo 21/7/11 13:04

This is absolutely yummy and healthy! Wish I'm invited to your house one day :)

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Tina @flourtrader 21/7/11 13:06

Nice dessert here and I really like the topping blend. Your pictures are very tempting, so I have bookmarked this recipe. Thanks for sharing.

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Joanne 21/7/11 13:53

There is nothing like a good crisp in the summer and this looks fabulous!

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shaz@feedingmykidsbetter 21/7/11 14:51

Love that u use spelt in dishes whenever possible.

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Heavenly Housewife 21/7/11 15:34

Gosh that looks so good! The topping looks so nice and crunchy :D
*kisses* HH

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Carol @ There's Always Thyme to Cook 21/7/11 15:35

Looks so good. I want to take a huge spoon and attack that topping!

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At Anna's kitchen table 21/7/11 16:24

Healthy and delicious! What's not to like? :-)

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lena 21/7/11 16:29

angie, i think i would love this, i hv to bookmark this, thanks!

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Lizzy 21/7/11 16:35

I love fruit crisps...this looks amazing, Angie!

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Beth 21/7/11 17:14

What a nice variation on peach crisp. I'll try anything with peaches in it; I'm waiting for a couple to ripen right now!

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Heidi @ Food Doodles 21/7/11 17:27

Looks delicious! I love the spelt topping :D And peaches are one of my favorite fruits to make into crisps and cobblers. Yummy :D

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Ann 21/7/11 19:11

Angie - this looks AMAZING! I love that you added lemon to it! Your pictures are beautiful!!

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Angela 21/7/11 20:52

You are always using cool ingredients I have never tried to cook with - like spelt:)

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Michael Toa 21/7/11 21:20

Ah, simply wonderful. Lovely pictures and an even lovelier treat.

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5 Star Foodie 21/7/11 21:36

This peach crisp looks wonderfully delicious and i love that you use both spelt flour in the filling and then the spelt flakes in the topping, very cool.

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Rebecca from Chow and Chatter 21/7/11 23:05

looks wonderful and in season love it

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Priscilla - She's Cookin' 21/7/11 23:49

Delicious looking peach crisp and I've been meaning to try baking with spelt. Your topping of spelt flakes with almonds look extra crunchy :)

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kankana 22/7/11 00:26

These days everybody is making crisps with fresh fruits and this looks brilliant :)

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sweetcarolinescooking.com 22/7/11 00:52

Oh my gosh, this is my dream dessert. Looks so delicious! I love the shot of the confectioner's sugar pouring down.

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Velva 22/7/11 01:25

So delicious! I just need a scoop of vanilla ice cream.

Velva

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The Baking Gypsy 22/7/11 02:14

What a gorgeous dish, Angie! Nothing says summer like peaches. Sounds really fabulous!

xoxo,
Tammy

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Kelly 22/7/11 03:12

Angie, this is so great. Spelt has gorgeous baking properties, in addition to its outstanding nutrient profile. The peach is so perfect in this heat and I love the almonds in the topping. Wonderful! (as always...)

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Cathy at Wives with Knives 22/7/11 03:33

Wow, this looks delicious, Angie. Peaches will start showing up in our farmers' market in another week or two. I'm looking forward to trying this recipe.

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Roxana GreenGirl 22/7/11 05:06

i love summer time, so many fruits in season and so many desserts to make!
What a great use of spelt flakes!

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Torviewtoronto 22/7/11 06:05

delicious looking crisp for summer with ice cream

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MaryMoh 22/7/11 08:45

Oh, I wish I can have this for breakfast now.....so healthy and delicious...mmm

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christo AKA doggybloggy 22/7/11 13:56

mmmmmmm peach anything and I want seconds.....

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Claudia 22/7/11 14:04

A crisp you can have without too much guilt. Enjoying the ingredients in the crisp and the use of what is seasonal and abundant (and delicious). The photos are begging me to make this.

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Mary 22/7/11 15:01

This really looks delicious. I so enjoy crisps. Yours sounds really special. I hope you have a great day. Blessings...Mary

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michelangelo in the kitchen 22/7/11 15:48

A really homemade crisp Angie! Perfection is always achieved with your delightful recipes. This one is brilliantly prepared and photographed, just like home. Bravo to your candid and not contrived style! Cheers!!!!

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Sweet And Crumby 22/7/11 21:47

Looks so summery and I love your healthy twist on this crisp!

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 22/7/11 22:27

It took me so long to figure out what Puder Zucher was and then had the light bulb go on :) What a delightful dessert, Angie, and so healthy with the spelt and fruit. I'm going to have to see if I can find spelt flakes!

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 22/7/11 22:27

I meant to say the light bulb went on!

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Tanvi@SinfullySpicy 23/7/11 05:32

This looks one of the most pretty crisps I have seen lately..looks rustic as well as delicious! Love peaches!

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Radhika@foodfor7stages 23/7/11 06:44

Just bought spelt flour today. I loved all your recent recipes using spelt flour. And this one looks sinlessly delicious.

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Sue 23/7/11 07:06

Angie, you always make everything look so GOOD!

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Rosita Vargas 23/7/11 09:10

Greatest temptation that is a delicacy, hugs.

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Faith 23/7/11 13:58

This is definitely one of my favorite summer treats...I love that picture where it's raining sugar! :)

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Sarah 23/7/11 16:04

ooh.. so summery... so inviting! yum!

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Holly 23/7/11 16:31

I love apple crisps! Never had a peach one. Sounds heavenly!

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Barbara 23/7/11 18:14

Marvelous idea to use spelt flour, Angie! This looks wonderful!

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Gloria 23/7/11 19:25

This look absolutely nioe! gloria

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Maria 23/7/11 21:06

I love using rolled spelt for crumbles and toppings - this looks so tasty!

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SpicyTasty 23/7/11 21:40

Hi Angie, lovely flavor and looks yummy.

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Carolyn 23/7/11 22:41

Love the use of spelt in this to give a good, rustic flavour! Fruit crisps are some of my favourite desserts.

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grace 24/7/11 00:37

spelt flakes, eh? that's a new one. the crisp part of a dessert like this is always my favorite part, and the spelt just adds to the intrigue. :)

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Cake Duchess 24/7/11 01:30

I would love to eat this yummy peach crisp warm with a scoop of homemade vanilla ice cream...heaven is not too far!!!

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Cake Duchess 24/7/11 01:34

Now it's my turn, to comment from Lora's computer, Angie. Sorry I haven't commented yet, staying at son's house/dog watching, his computer has tight security on it, would not allow to comment for some reason on your blog!
Absolutely delicious, crispy and oh, so tempting peach crisp. So perfect with the fresh ripe peaches.
elisabeth@foodandthriftfinds.
Hugs to you my dear friend!

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Joy 24/7/11 03:11

The crisp looks great.

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Tiffany 24/7/11 05:28

So exciting that you used spelt!

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Dee 24/7/11 06:36

Wow, this looks like a perfect summer dish.

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Sanjeeta kk 25/7/11 11:15

What a healthy and scrumptious treat it is, Angie!

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claudia lamascolo 25/7/11 13:26

we are on a peach kick right now this is a perfect addition! looks great!

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Barbara Bakes 25/7/11 15:44

I love crisps any time of year, but a summer version with peaches sounds fabulous.

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Terra 26/7/11 03:12

Your blog is just beautiful! I just recently started enjoying spelt, love this recipe! But I also love anything that is a cobbler dessert:-)
Take care, Terra

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Magic of Spice 26/7/11 04:07

Wonderful crisp! This is a perfect summer treat :)

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lena 27/7/11 18:51

hi angie, i'm coming back to tell you that i have made this 2 days ago. Yummy! thanks for sharing, i hope to post that by next week.

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foodblogandthedog 30/7/11 12:43

I love you icing sugar shower picture, so pretty! This sounds delicious, I'm going to google what Spelt is in Spanish and see if I can get some, somehwere, wish me luck!

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Barefeet In The Kitchen 4/8/11 07:13

I've never cooked spelt. It's on my list of grains to try this year though. Now you've given me another excellent way to use it!

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