Single-Serving Peach Crisps Recipe

Single-Serving Peach Crisps Recipe:– Enjoy this tasty and simple recipe for a single-serve peach crisp! This easy recipe is great for when you want dessert without planning ahead, when you only have one peach left in the fruit basket, or any other reason.

With our Individual Peach Crisp recipe, you can look forward to a sweet and filling treat.


Single-Serving Peach Crisps Recipe

Single Serving Peach Crisp | Wholefully


Why You’ll Love This Peach Crisp Recipe

  • Single Serving Size: No more wasting leftover dessert.
  • Quick & Easy: With just a handful of ingredients, you can whip this up in no time.
  • Versatile: Easily adapt the recipe to suit your dietary preferences.
  • Seasonal Freshness: A wonderful way to celebrate the peach season.
  • Deliciously Comforting: The perfect blend of sweet, crunchy, and slightly tangy flavors.


What Is A Peach Crisp?

A Peach Crisp is a quintessential American dessert that features fresh, ripe peaches, sweetened and tossed with a hint of spice, then baked under a blanket of crispy, buttery oat topping. It’s like a fruit cobbler’s cousin, only with a less doughy, more crunchy, and toasty topping that gives it its “crisp” name.



peach crisp ingredients on a kitchen counter.

  • Peaches: Opt for one medium to large fresh peach that is firm to the touch. This should provide approximately one cup of sliced peaches. If fresh peaches are not accessible, canned peaches serve as a suitable alternative, but remember to drain them well before use.
  • Sugar: We incorporate a minimal quantity of sugar with the peaches, aiding in the formation of a sauce as the crisp bakes. Sugar is also a key component of the crisp topping. If you prefer a deeper flavor, consider substituting the white sugar in the topping with brown sugar.
  • All-purpose flour: This helps to thicken the filling so it’s not too runny. A small amount of flour is also used in the topping.
  • Ground ginger: Ginger goes well with peaches.
  • Vanilla: Adds a wonderful flavor!
  • Oats: For best results use old-fashioned oats.
  • Butter: Softened butter is used to make the topping. Softened butter should still be cool to the touch but when you press your finger into the butter, your finger will leave an indentation. For a dairy-free version, replace butter with coconut oil or a vegan butter substitute.

This is just an overview of the ingredients I used and why I used them. For the full recipe please scroll down to the recipe box at the bottom of the post.


  • Heat oven to 350 degrees F (177 degrees C).

Make the filling

  • Mix together the diced peaches, sugar, flour, ginger, and vanilla in a small bowl.
  • Transfer the peaches to a 10-ounce ramekin.

Make the topping

  • In a small bowl, stir together flour, oats, and sugar. Cut the butter into small pieces and add them to the bowl. Blend in the butter using a fork and mix until well combined.
  • Scatter the topping evenly over the peaches. Place the ramekin on a small rimmed baking sheet.
  • Bake for 30-35 minutes, until the topping is golden and the fruit is bubbl


Recipe Variations

  • Spice Infusion: Add a dash of cinnamon or nutmeg to the peach mixture for a warmer flavor profile.
  • Nutty Crunch: Mix chopped almonds, pecans, or walnuts into the oat topping for an extra bite.
  • Gluten-Free: Opt for certified gluten-free oats if you’re following a gluten-free diet and use gluten-free 1:1 flour.
  • Berry Twist: Substitute half the peaches with berries for a mixed-fruit experience.


How to Pick the Perfect Peach

  • Choose peaches that are slightly soft and free from bruises.
  • Gently press or squeeze near the top of the peach. If it just starts to give, it’s ripe and ready to eat.
  • A great peach will have a deep yellow or orange background color that is partially or fully covered by a deep red blush.
  • Choose medium to large peaches.
  • Try to purchase tree-ripened peaches. When peaches ripen on the tree, they are sweeter.


How to Cut a Peach for a Peach Crisp

  • Hold the peach and use a sharp paring knife to cut it in half lengthwise.
  • Twist the halves to separate them. If the peach comes apart easily, it’s a freestone peach. If you need to cut the pit away, it’s a clingstone peach.
  • Slice the peach halves into wedges, and then cut the wedges into smaller cubes.




Serving: 1crispCalories: 523kcalCarbohydrates: 82gProtein: 5gFat: 24gSaturated Fat: 15gPolyunsaturated Fat: 1gMonounsaturated Fat: 6gTrans Fat: 1gCholesterol: 60mgSodium: 182mgPotassium: 384mgFiber: 2gSugar: 49gVitamin A: 703IUVitamin C: 0.04mgCalcium: 20mgIron: 2mg



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