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This Raspberry Peach Crisp is the perfect healthy summer treat. It’s packed with summer fruit, good-for-you ingredients, and so much flavor. It’s grain-free, dairy-free, egg-free, and so simple!
Paleo Raspberry Peach Crisp Recipe
When I think of summer I think of fresh fruit, delicious summer meals, and being outdoors with friends and family.
And there is no better addition to that combination than this Peach Raspberry Crisp. Not only does this delicious berry dessert taste amazing, it’s also loaded with nutrients from fresh organic fruit, ground flax, raw nuts, and more. It’s grain-free, dairy-free, egg-free, and ready in no time!
- Peaches: you’ll need 4 organic, peeled, and sliced peaches.
- Raspberries: I like to use organic raspberries to keep the freshness and quality top notch.
- Sweetener: either raw honey or maple syrup work great.
- Cinnamon: adds a touch of warm sweetness.
- Ground Flax: flax helps absorb the moisture from the fruit as it cooks for a more gooey filling.
- Walnuts and Almond Flour: ground walnuts and almond flour make the perfect paleo base for our crumble topping.
- Sweetener: again, raw honey or pure maple syrup are both great options.
- Cinnamon: can you ever go wrong with more cinnamon?
- Vanilla Extract: adds flavor depth and warmth.
- Sea Salt: cuts the sweetness and helps enhance the flavor of the crisp.
How to Make Peach Raspberry Crisp
This peach crisp recipe is incredibly easy to make. Just mix, assemble, and bake!
- Make the filling: In a bowl, combine sliced peaches, raspberries, cinnamon, flax, and honey.
- Make the topping: In a separate bowl, whisk together all of the crumble ingredients until crumbly.
- Assemble and bake: Pour the filling into a greased baking dish, then sprinkle on the topping. Bake until hot, bubbly, and golden-brown.
Can You Leave the Skin on Peaches for Crisp?
In theory, yes. BUT I definitely recommend peeling the peaches first, The skin, if left on, can take on an odd chewy texture when baked. For the best texture, peel the peaches first.
Tips and Notes
- Let it rest. I recommend letting the baked crisp sit for a few minutes before serving it. Not only to not burn yourself, but also to give the filling time to thicken up a bit for that perfect gooey texture.
- Use other fruit. Fruit crisp is super customizable. Feel free to swap the peaches and/or raspberries out for another type of fruit. Try nectarines, apricots, blueberries, you name it.
- Only have frozen fruit? You can totally use that too! It will just take longer to cook.
This peach crisp is delicious served warm out of the oven or cooled to room temperature. I like to top it off with a scoop of dairy-free vanilla ice cream, but it’s equally delicious on its own.
How to Store
Leftover peach crisp will last in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 5 days or in the freezer for up to 2 months. To enjoy again, serve at room temperature, warm in the microwave, or reheat at 350ºF until warmed through.
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Raspberry Peach Crisp
- 4 organic peaches peeled and sliced
- 6 oz. organic raspberries blueberries would be great or sub other berry of choice
- 1 tablespoon raw honey or maple syrup
- 1 teaspoon cinnamon
- 1 tablespoon ground flax
- 1/3 cup ground walnuts
- 3 tablespoons almond flour
- 1 tablespoon raw honey or maple syrup
- 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
- 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
- Pinch of sea salt
- Preheat oven to 350ºF.
- In a medium mixing bowl, combine sliced peaches, raspberries, cinnamon, flax, and honey. Mix until well combined.
- Grease desired baking dish and pour in the peach and raspberry mixture.
- Combine topping ingredients in a small mixing bowl. Mix with a fork until crumbly.
- Pour crumble mixture evenly over fruit.
- Bake for 40 minutes until the top is golden brown and fruit is hot and bubbly.
- Serve warm with ice cream!
Omg this is the quickest, extremely simple dish to throw together and have something sweet after dinner. I made with blueberries because my market didn’t have raspberries but I can’t wait to make it again with raspberries. Loved this so much and will definitely make again.
Just wondering if there is a good substitution for the flax?
You can probably substitute it with tapioca starch or arrowroot.
Thank you !!
Very easy to make ,simple health recipe
Could you use frozen peaches for this along with fresh raspberries or blueberries? Not sure about using frozen fruit in something like this.
We haven’t tested it with frozen. It could work but may change the liquid amount the fruit naturally creates a bit.
This is so good. I have made it 2 times and still want more. I doubled the recipe the second time and it still going quick. Such an awesome dessert to make in the summer with fresh berries and peaches. YUM!!! Thanks Lexi!!
I absolutely like crumbles, but mostly I don’t know how to well prepare them. With your description it was very simple and tasty, thank you!
I can’t wait to try peaches and raspberries together! Fruit desserts topped with ice cream are just perfect for summer 🙂
This is literally summer perfection!
I just bought a bunch of peaches on sale and was about to look up crisp/crumble recipes to use them! Perfect timing!!
I love raspberry, I already have the water in my mouth, it will take me to do it
My mother-in-law wanted a parfait for Thanksgiving dessert this year so I told her I would come up with something. So,… I figured this raspberry peach crumble would taste amazing in a parfait! My husband and I taste tested it this evening and it’s a success! Can’t wait to assemble the parfait tomorrow! Thanks, Lexi for sharing your wonderful recipes!