Sunday, June 22, 2014

CrockPot Peach and Cherry Crumble from Crockpot Gourmet

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When it's too hot to turn on the oven, make this Peach and Cherry Crumble in the CrockPot!  (Photos from Crockpot Gourmet.)

In Utah the weather is really heating up, and when it's really hot outside you probably don't feel much like turning on the oven to bake, no matter how much you're craving some kind of sweet treat.  That's when a recipe like this CrockPot Peach and Cherry Crumble from Crockpot Gourmet sounds just perfect!  Jennifer uses frozen peaches and cherries, so no worries if you don't have fresh summer fruit just yet, but I think this would be heavenly later in the summer with fresh peaches and cherries!

Ingredients for this CrockPot Recipe:
Frozen sliced peaches, frozen sweet cherries, greek yogurt, flour, sugar, milk, lemon juice. Topping: butter, wheat flour, brown sugar, sugar, cinnamon.

I hope you enjoy this from-scratch slow cooker recipe! Here's the link to the complete recipe for CrockPot Peach and Cherry Crumble from Crockpot Gourmet.  (You can see all the slow cooker desserts on this site in the category Slow Cooker Desserts.)

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Chocolate Desserts in the Slow Cooker Recipe Collection 
Coconut-Nutella® Pudding Cake from 365 Days of Slow Cooking
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