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Peach crisp with frozen slices?

nofunlatte | Oct 21, 201707:34 AM     7

This summer's peach crop in central Indiana was superb, a marked change from the past few years (including one where a devastating series of frosts followed an unusual March warming). Of course, I ate my fill. But I also peeled and froze slices of the peaches, anticipating a couple of wintertime pies or cobblers or crisps. Anyway, if I make a peach crisp from frozen slices, is it just a matter of extending the baking time for a few minutes? Or would I add some sort of thickener (e.g. flour) because of the liquid expelled by thawing fruit.

I have already make a peach pie filling, just waiting to be plopped into a prepared crust. But I'm curious about the crisp/cobbler and any modifications I'd need to make.

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