Fresh Blueberry Crisp in a Jar ~ Hooray for Blueberry Season!
It’s blueberry season, at least at the grocery store, which means it’s time for a host of wonderful blueberry salads and desserts! I love blueberries. From cobblers to pies to muffins, they all taste better during blueberry season. At a local farmer’s market, I found someone who was selling pies made in little canning jars, and I instantly thought of my Fresh Blueberry Crisp and how adorable it would be in them. So I grabbed some jars, as I always have some around for this and that, and some fresh blueberries, and started baking. I was right! The Fresh Blueberry Crisp in a Jar was adorable and delicious, perfect for dessert or gift giving.
Making Fresh Blueberry Crisp in a Jar
Fresh Blueberry Crisp in a Jar is simple and fast to make, making them perfect for quick desserts on busy nights. Simply rinse your blueberries, place them in the cute jars, top with crisp topping, and into the oven they go! It only takes about 20 minutes, and you have perfectly baked Fresh Blueberry Crisp in a Jar that you can eat warm, or take on the go for a dessert that will have all your workmates wondering where you found just an adorable dessert! You’ll know just how easy they are to make. You could even make them for a carry in! Just remember to get all your jars back so you can make more!
- 1 pint blueberries
- 1/2 C (1 stick) butter, softened
- 2/3 C brown sugar, packed
- 2/3 C oats
- 2/3 C flour
- 1/2 t ground cinnamon
- 5 (4 oz) Ball canning jars, clean and dry
- Heat oven to 350 degrees F.
- Split the berries between the 5 jars.
- In a bowl, mix the butter, sugar, oats, flour, and cinnamon until completely incorporated. Sprinkle over the tops of the jars.
- Bake 20 minutes, until the topping is golden brown.
Fresh Blueberry Crisp Jars Twisted
Not a blueberry fan? Or maybe you are tired of Fresh Blueberry Crisp in a Jar. Here are some tips and tricks to twist them up! Add some diced peaches with the blueberries and top with the crisp. Or if you like the blueberry in Fresh Blueberry Crisp in a Jar, add some cinnamon and lemon peel to the berries for an even fresher taste. You can completely replace the fruit with just about any other fruit, like cherries, apples, and apricots. Pears works great in the fall too, when they are juicy and ripe! Use your imagination, mix fruits, and have fun with it! You could even have these as part of a dessert bar that once guests make them up, you pop them in the oven for 20 minutes. They’ll have a dessert they adore and they’ll love your creativity.
Grab some berries and bake up some Fresh Blueberry Crisp in a Jar!