August 15, 2009

Peach Crisp for One

It's recipe time and today I grabbed some ingredients to make a Peach Crisp for One recipe card. Fresh Colorado peaches will arriving in the big trucks soon. I'll be sure to buy a couple boxes so I make some peachy creations. This Peach Crisp for One is a favorite recipe because it's easy to make and delicious. My girls can easily make this recipe....we usually assemble four of these so the whole family can have a yummy dessert. Vanilla ice cream or frozen yogurt increases the yummo factor immensely! :)

I'm using Karen Lockhart's cute peaches in a jar stamp, patterned papers from Sassafras Lass, Papertrey Vintage Buttons and twine, Martha Stewart string and Papertrey's loopy circle from Borders and Corners Circles and the word *peach* from Papertrey's First Fruits. The fonts I used for my recipe card can be found at the left side bar. Recipe card measures 4" x 6".I printed my recipe onto white cardstock and used the pretty patterned papers for the background. The printed recipe block determines how many embellishments I can add to my recipe card. I usually don't have a plan, I just fit little doodads here and there.
The jar of peaches is actually one single jar. I used Eclipse Masking Tape to mask off the top jar of peaches and then stamped the second jar so it looks like it's behind the first jar. I colored my images with Copic Sketch markers. The fun notched ribbon snippet is Papertrey Melon Berry Bitty Dot ribbon and was stitched on with my sewing machine and white thread.
For the bottom of my recipe card, I used some fun scraps of patterned paper to create a punched scalloped border (from Fiskars). Vintage Buttons tied with twine finish off the recipe card.
Here's the recipe for you to copy/print:

Peach Crisp for One

1 cup sliced peaches 2 teaspoons regular oats
2 teaspoons flour 2 teaspoons brown sugar
2 teaspoons light butter

Place 1 cup sliced peaches in a 10 ounce custard cup coated with cooking spray. Combine oats, flour, brown sugar and light butter. Crumble over peaches. Bake at 350 degrees for 5 minutes. From Weight Watchers Annual Recipes for Success 2003 cookbook. 4 points.
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18 comments:

Sharli said...

YUMMY!!! Thank you for a delicious and bee-u-tiful post! I'm planning to try both today! Have a great weekend.

Wendi said...

Sounds like a great recipe to try ASAP. I have an 8 year daughter that loves to cook. I think she could do this one all by herself! Thanks for the cute card idea and for the recipe!

resmith said...

Sounds delicious!! I am definitely going to rry this soon.
Love how you do your recipe cards.

elena said...

Mish, you're my hero! I took the kids peach picking yesterday with my mom and sister; we spent all afternoon in the kitchen preparing the peaches and freezing them. (I don't do canning. That's too scary for me.) Besides the little containers for the kids' lunches, we freeze them in quarts--so perfect size for a batch of these crisps! Seriously, though I often lurk and don't comment much, yours is my go-to blog for inspiration and a much-needed perspective break at times. So thanks.

Joyce across the Pond said...

Thanks for the recipe...I'll try that one...love oaty things.

patriciad said...

Oooh, ahhh, and I just bought some peaches at the farmer's market this morning. Now where are those darn oats....

Juls said...

such a fab way of doing recipe cards! love it!

Sallie said...

Mish, you always have the BEST recipes....as easy to fix too! I fixed this for myself today since peaches are here in MO. I did a recipe card inspired by yours, but used Karen L's old peach stamp with the "lettuce bowl". I nice way to keep a special recipe. Thanks!! Love your blog!!

TheMorrillBunch said...

so cute!!! yummy recipe too!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the W/W recipe. I can't wait to try it. Question - You make all these beautiful recipe cards, do you have a special box to put these in worthy of there georgeousness? nancy

yvette said...

Sounds like a yummy recipe to try this weekend with the kiddos thanks.....and after the dishes are cleared and washed off to make the recipe card.

Karin said...

Just beautiful! I'm on weight watchers and the recipe looks delicious! Can you tell me what fonts you used? Thanks!

Angie P said...

I love that this is WW friendly - so I can try it out. I love your stuff...you are a tallented gal!

Cindy Holshouser said...

I am so happy that I found a set of 12 jello molds at my local antique shop for my buttons. They are so cute! Thanks for that great idea.

juno said...

Hi Michelle!
Enjoying your blog. Thanks for sharing the font details, too!

juno
xx

Juno's Place

Karen said...

You win! I give up! I FINALLY broke down and purchased the circle border stamp set from PTI so that I too can have the curly circle!

Love the very fun recipe and how you have used such cheerful colors and papers to make it your own! THANKS so much for sharing!

Melvin said...

Sounds like Yummy!

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Melvin said...

These recipe cards! are amazing...
Thanks for sharing...
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