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Making a fruit crisp with frozen berries -- thaw first?

karykat | Mar 11, 201812:42 AM     5

I'm planning to make this recipe for a gathering Sunday. It's a simple fruit crisp with frozen berries and granola on top to make the crisp. The recipe is ambiguous. Do you thaw the fruit first or assemble the frozen berries and bake it that way? The recipe is not clear. It seems like you'd ordinarily start with thawed berries. But maybe they'd be too runny if you thaw them before assembling. I'd appreciate any advice. The recipe is attached.

Easy Granola Berry Crisp

I just love crisps. The sweet fruit and crumbly topping make a perfect pairing! And let’s be honest, crisps are basically breakfast dessert. Who doesn...

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