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Rhubarb crisp that didn't set up

karykat | Jul 21, 201901:46 PM     2

Rhubarb with sugar, egg and a little milk. With oatmeal nut crisp topping. I wanted it to be deeper so that that the crisp part didn't overwhelm the rhubarb custard. I left it in the oven longer than the recipe called for, thinking it would bake through. It was a little wiggly in the middle but I figured it would set up as it cooled. But it didn't. Put in the fridge to cool more, hoping it would set up. But it's still wiggly, especially in the middle. Think I can re-bake it later today to get it to set? Any reason not to? Thanks much!

(I also made a smaller one that is more shallow with the leftover rhubarb and custard mix. Set up perfectly.)

Rhubarb Custard Crisp Recipe

A creamy custard mellows the sharp tang of rhubarb in this variation on a traditional spring favorite.

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Rhubarb Custard Crisp Recipe
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