Friday, May 25, 2012

Rhubarb Crisp Recipe

I double or triple this for the mob around here.

Combine and place in greased 13X9" pan:

3 cups diced rhubarb
1cup sugar
3 tablespoons flour.
* Optional-Cinnamon to taste

Combine in a bowl:

1 cup brown sugar
1 cup oatmeal
1 1/2 cup flour

Cut in:

1/2 cup butter
1/2 cup shortening
*Optional-Cinnamon to taste

Sprinkle over rhubarb mixture

Bake 40 minutes at 375 (I bake a little longer at 350 as my oven is a little quirky)

Serve warm with vanilla ice cream or any old way you like it.

This one in fact is Liz's birthday cake for her birthday tomorrow


Linda said...

Looks good! Mine would be a green version but I think I might go out and pull some and make it anyway. I usually do pies wit mine and mix in a few Saskatoons for colour.

Cathy said...

You're lucky I don't live within a couple hours drive or you'd be having to use a pitch fork to keep me off that scrumptious-looking crisp :)

Happy Birthday Liz!

threecollie said...

LInda, I had to look up Saskatoons. They look real tasty. I think we have something similar around here, but I am not sure how to tell them from other similar berries

Cathy, if you lived within a couple of hours drive I would be holding the door open and dipping up the vanilla ice cream for the top. lol

joated said...

Sounds and looks delicious!

Cathy said...

:) I know.

threecollie said...

Joated, sure doesn't last long. lol

Cathy, I think of you often

Ericka said...

ooh, yummy!

i had rhubarb pie for the first time this weekend and i'm now a total convert. (it's the recipe in the old betty crocker cookbook - the one that looks like a binder.)

threecollie said...

Ericka, my plans for today include getting some more picked and making rhubarb sauce to freeze. I love it!