This easy peach crisp hits the spot for a delicious summer dessert!
In my opinion the peach quality matters, even for desserts. We recently stopped in Palisade, Colorado for a mini getaway and brought home a giant box of Palisade peaches thinking we could eat them all. I have been using them in my smoothies, yogurt, salsa and as side dishes but needed a way to use up a few more before they went bad. This easy palisade peach crisp recipe is a crowd pleaser and took no time at all.
Peach crisp is one of my favorite desserts during the late summer months in Colorado. If you haven’t been to Colorado’s Western Slope, I highly recommend putting it on your to do list. Driving through Grand Junction and Palisade is worth it. There are so many local wineries and farmer’s market stands. Check out my favorite places to visit and eat near Palisade, Colorado.
Easy Peach Crisp Nutrition Info:
Peaches: Peaches contain vitamins, minerals, and beneficial plant compounds. They add so much flavor to dishes, are a great snack and may offer impressive health benefits, including healthier skin, fewer allergy symptoms, and improved digestion and heart health.
Oatmeal: is a rich source of fiber, vitamins, minerals and even a little bit of protein! Oats contain some unique nutrients including the soluble fiber beta-glucan and antioxidants. Benefits of oats include lower blood sugar and cholesterol levels, protection against skin irritation and reduced constipation.
Whole Wheat White Flour: is a rich source of fiber, vitamins, minerals and even a little bit of protein! The difference between white whole-wheat bread and regular whole-wheat bread is in the type of wheat used. White whole-wheat bread is made from white wheat, which lacks bran color. It also has a milder flavor and softer texture.