Peach Crisp with Frozen Vanilla Yogurt

Peach Crisp

I’m taking advantage of the delicious peaches that are in season and making Peach Crisp to share!  I love the combination of cinnamon and peaches backed together & am topping it off with frozen vanilla yogurt!

Peach Crisp by Jodie Fitz

8 – 10 peaches, ripe

1 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon

1 1/2 cups oats

1/2 cup light brown sugar

1/4 cup butter

Non-stick cooking spray

Vanilla yogurt, low fat

Place the vanilla yogurt in the freezer to fully freeze.

Wash the peaches.  Remove the skin by peeling them with a potato peeler.  Remove the pit and cut the peaches into cubes/slices.

Pre-heat the oven to 350 degrees.

Stir the cut peaches together with 1 teaspoon of cinnamon.  Spray a glass baking dish with the non-stick cooking spray and pour the peaches coated with the cinnamon into the baking dish.

In a separate bowl, cut together the oats, 1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon, light brown sugar and butter together.  Pour the mixture on top of the peaches and bake the entire dish for approximately 40 minutes.

Serve warm with a scoop of frozen vanilla yogurt on top & ENJOY!

Peach Crisp

Little Hand Helpers: Little ones can certainly help with many steps in this process; measuring, pouring, stirring and they can also help with cutting the ripe peaches by using a plastic knife.  Making a Peach or Apple Crisp also provides the opportunity to teach children the ‘cutting’ process in baking, which is the even distribution of a cold fat, in this recipe butter, into the other ingredients until it’s cut into small pieces.  You can use a pastry cutting tool or a fork for the process.

Disclosure: I am pleased to be working with MVP Health Care and the MVP Generation Go Program, which has sponsored this post. My participation is voluntary and my opinion is always my own, as is any advice offered.



58 Comments on “Peach Crisp with Frozen Vanilla Yogurt”

    1. Thanks for stopping by! I love apple crisp, but enjoy mixing it up with peaches too. I just LOVE peach and cinnamon combinations…
      Have a great eve,


  1. this looks so yummy! love that you included little ones 🙂 i dont have peaches, but i know ive got frozen berries in the freezer, will be making this soon! thanks for sharing and linking up.

    1. Thanks for stopping by…you’ll have to let me know how the frozen berries are??? I love mixed berry crisp with the cinnamon & even blueberries and cinnamon go together GREAT! Enjoy…

  2. Hi Jodie,
    Great idea, peaches are everywhere and I have an event coming up this weekend that will need “something to share” your crisp would be perfect. Thanks for sharing!
    Lori In Atlanta

    1. Hi Lori!’s so easy…the best way to share. Hope your weekend event is fun.
      Sadly we have rain, although much needed, in the forecast. Hope you enjoy,


  3. That looks so good! I’m not sure I’ve ever had a peach crisp. Usually apples, but I think peaches might be calling my name now.

    1. Hi there! Thank you – it’s a great warm, yummy, fall dish to share 🙂 Hope you have a great week too! Hard to believe it’s September already…

  4. Yes, it’s getting to be that time of year to bake. I’ve made these before, but not with the added oats – giving it a try! I have pears galore right now, and may sub these for the peaches. Thanks for sharing your recipe!

  5. Hi Jodie!
    Your Peach Crisp has come hopping my way this morning from Katherine’s Corner just in time! I’m hosting my monthly homeschool mom’s workshop this Saturday and always serve tea – this is a lovely compliment to our back to school with a creative homeschooling ideas roundtable discussion. Especially since we’re in South Jersey and our local Jersey peaches are at their height! Love how you share ideas for including the kids in the kitchen, too! Will pass it along to our moms. You can view our Constellation Academy blog via my personal Writer’s Reverie blog – look for the sidebar link!


    1. I most definitely will be checking on the Constellation Academy Blog! Thanks for sharing my site with your group 🙂 … we love South Jersey, spent 11 consecutive summers with the kids at Cape May! One of our family favs…

  6. Great recipe. It looks delicious. I have a link party on Wednesdays, and I would love it if you would link this and any other posts. It is called Wednesdays Adorned From Above Link Party. It runs from Wednesday to Sundays.
    I hope to see you there. I am your newest follower, and I would love for your to follow me also. Have a great Day.
    Debi Bolocofsky
    Adorned From Above

    1. Hi Debi! Thanks for stopping by & for the invite. I hope you have a great weekend :). I’ll swing by & check it out…

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  8. This looks great! I grew up with a peach tree in my backyard, and there is nothing like a fresh peach right off the tree. I wish I had some freshly-picked peaches right now so I could make this. Thanks for sharing st Foodie Friends Friday!

    1. Hi there…we have only picked peaches a couple of times, but you are right….fresh picked are absolutely delicious!!! There is limited picking in our area & sometimes I miss the narrow window. Thanks for stopping by – have a great week! Jodie

  9. Love peaches and crisps! I will try this one! Thanks for sharing on Foodie Friends Friday! Please come back and VOTE on Sunday!

    1. Hi there! Thanks for stopping by. Hope you had a great weekend & wishing you a great week ahead :). Jodie

    1. Hi – THANK YOU, that is AWESOME! Can’t wait to see :). Thanks so much for stopping by. Have an awesome week… Jodie

    1. Hi there! THANK YOU…hope you have had a great week & another to look forward to. Have a great evening & thanks for stopping by…

    1. HI there! THANK YOU…love peach crisp, apple crisp …okay, all crisps 🙂 Have a great weekend…

    2. THANK YOU! And as always, thanks for hosting ‘Show Off Friday’ ~ it’s awesome! Have a great weekend :),


  10. Oh yeah I’d take some 🙂 Thanks so much for sharing this at the Weekend Wonders link party! Hope to see you back on Thursday Have a great day 🙂

    1. HI there! THANKS – I think I visited today 🙂 Hope you have an AWESOME weekend 🙂

  11. Jodi, it just so happens that I have some fresh peaches in my kitchen. I think I will make this tomorrow. I have made a couple of peach pies this season with a yummy new recipe but the crisp will be a fun change. Thanks for sharing with Share Your Cup.

    1. HI Jann,

      Sounds like perfect timing! Peach pie sounds delicious too…I love baking in the fall. Have a GREAT weekend,

      Jodie 🙂

  12. Hello,
    Your peach crisp sounds scrumptious – especially with the vanilla frozen yogurt! Love it! I appreciate you sharing with Home and Garden Thursday,

    1. HI,

      THANK YOU! The low fat vanilla frozen yogurt is a great alternative if you’re watching for trade out & swaps. We always have a container in the freezer of some sort of frozen yogurt concoction. Have a great weekend & thanks for visiting,


    1. HI there! Thank you for visiting :). I hope you swing by again…. Have a great weekend…


    1. Hi there…THANK YOU! I’m sorry I didn’t respond sooner, but your note went into spam on accident. Thanks for stopping by..Have a great weekend 🙂 Jodie

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