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Saturday, 11 June 2016

Rhubarb Crisp

"Good morning mister sunshine, you brighten up my day!"

I hope you all enjoyed this first full week of June. There is a seldom seen bright yellow object in the sky today. Hello Mr. Sunshine! It's so good to see you!

It is rhubarb season here on PEI and I make all kinds of treats from this wonderful and versatile vegetable. Muffins, rhubarb crisp, preserves and pie, are just some of the delectable goodies one can make with rhubarb. This week for tea time, I made some Rhubarb Crisp or Crumble as some of you would call it. This recipe comes from an old cookbook put out by Five Roses Flour called "A Guide to Good Cooking." It was one of the first cookbooks I bought when I got married.



Rhubarb Crisp

Cut up 3 cups of fresh or frozen and thawed rhubarb into one inch pieces and mix it with 1/3 cup brown sugar. 



Grease a 8 inch baking pan and put the sweetened rhubarb into the prepared pan. Then mix up your topping.

Crumble topping

2/3 cup oatmeal
2/3 cup flour
1/2 cup brown sugar
1/2 tsp cinnamon 
1/4 tsp nutmeg
1/4 tsp salt
1/2 cup soft butter or margarine

Mix the dry ingredients all together in a bowl. Using a pastry blender, cut the butter into the dry ingredients until crumbly. Sprinkle the topping over the rhubarb and bake in pre-heated oven at 375 degrees for about 30 minutes. Serve warm plain or with whipped cream or vanilla ice cream. Yield: 6-8 servings.  Delicious!



I will be sharing this recipe with the following parties:

Bernideen's TTCG Blog Party
The Art of Home-Making Mondays
Share Your Cup Thursday
Home Sweet Home

 Sharing from my heart ~ Sandi

15 comments :

  1. Hi Sandi, I like your new header! That china pattern is one of my favorites of yours! I do not cook or bake with rhubarb but I always enjoy seeing and reading about what you are up to on that dreamy PEI of yours!
    Sending hugs,
    Gina

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  2. Hi Sandi, it's been raining a lot here also. We had sunshine yesterday and part of today. It is raining this evening.
    I have the Five Roses Cookbook. My Mom gave me one when I left home and I gave one to my son and daughter when they left home. A great cookbook.
    I must try you rhubarb crumble. It look delicious.
    Have a blessed Sunday. xo

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  3. Not much rain here I have had to hose my gardens more then I like to , rain does them so much better . We love strawberry rhubarb crisp pie as we call it here and rhubarb jam YUMMY ! , Oh my thanks for sharing your recipe looks delish . Have a good weekend !

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  4. sounds like an easy to make recipe. Thanks for this Sandi. Hope you're enjoying the 'sunshiny' days. Have an amazing week.

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  5. I love rhubarb and often make crisp/crumble with all kinds of fruit. Your particular recipe sounds good though with all the spices and brown sugar so I shall try it.

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  6. Dear Sandi:
    I love seasonal type recipes. We always remember the ones we look forward to in each season and yours crisp looks delicious. I am printing this out now! Thanks for another great recipe.

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  7. The crisp looks lovely! I pinned it for later.

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  8. Hi Sandi! Yum! I have some rhubarb growing in my back yard! Thank you for your recipe! hope you are having better weather on the Island than we are having here in NB! What happened to Summer? ;) Happy Sunday!

    Rebeca

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  9. Dear Sandi:
    I did print this out and the farmers markets are everywhere here compared to Colorado. I am on the hunt for rhubarb! Thanks for the recipe.

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  10. I have never made anything with rhubarb and have never even purchased it. But, I have tasted a few things and they were yummy.

    Thanks for sharing with SYC.

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  11. Hello, Yes this looks so good, and I love the tang of fresh rhubarb and the crispy part makes it so perfect for a late spring early summer treat! It is so nice to make the same special treat each new year, brings back good memories!
    Blessings, Roxy

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  12. I have never baked with rhubarb but your delicious recipe has me inspired to! Thank you for sharing this week on the Art of Home-Making Mondays! :)

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  13. Goodness, Sandi! You are making my mouth water!

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  14. This looks delicious! Thanks for sharing at Home Sweet Home!

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