5 Minute Stone Fruit Breakfast Crisp

5-Minute Breakfast Crisp made in the microwave

5 Minute Stone Fruit Breakfast Crisp ~ a luscious fresh fruit crisp made especially for breakfast with healthy oats, nuts, and almond flour ~ it’s naturally gluten free, and sooooo delicious!

A little instant gratification in the morning is a good thing - this fresh fruit crisp is made in the microwave in minutes!

A 5 minute microwave crisp

Sunset colors like peach, apricot, and plum have always been my favorites, so I get really excited when stone fruits come into season. Once I start slicing into those juicy pluots and nectarines I get lost in the gorgeous colors and almost forget to eat! This recipe makes the most of their beauty, and even though there are lots of fancier ways to fix up wonderful summer fruit, I always like to start with something simple first. It allows me to really appreciate how lucky I am. This one is made in minutes in the microwave, and you can call it breakfast.

breakfast fruit crisp

I used an assortment of plums, pluots, nectarines, and apricots for these crisps. I like to take one or two of each when I’m shopping. For the best selection, hit up your local farmers market. Out here in California the growers are going crazy creating all sorts of hybrid varieties like pluots, which are a cross between plums and apricots. The mix is fun because some of the fruit will be sweet, some tart, and the flavors and colors will mingle to make a unique filling every time.

Stone Fruit

This will be saucy, and might even bubble over your bowl or mug a bit, especially if you use plums. Your sweet tart sauce will range in color from peachy, to mauve, to a deep blood red depending on which fruit you use.

 microwave stone fruit crisp

I’m not one of those people who turns up my nose at the microwave. I love it, it’s a tool like anything else in the kitchen and it can do amazing things. In this case it transforms slices of fresh fruit into a delicious bubbling jammy filling in a couple of minutes. Chop the fruit smaller and let it go one more minute and you’d actually have jam. This is nothing short of miraculous if you ask me.

5 minute microwave crisp

I make a classic crumble topping with equal parts oats, brown sugar, flour, and butter. I add sliced almonds, but you could add any other nut, or leave them out. You can make the crumble ahead and store it in the fridge for up to a week.

pluots

Pile everything high in the cup or bowl, because it will shrink down as it cooks, and set it on a saucer to catch any overflow. Mine cooks in just under 2 minutes, but your microwave may vary slightly. Be careful, the filling will be hot!

5 minute microwave stone fruit breakfast crisp

I added a dollop of Honey flavored Greek Yogurt, but nothing is stopping you from raiding the freezer…

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5-Minute Breakfast Crisp made in the microwave
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5 Minute Stone Fruit Breakfast Crisp

This easy 5 minute stone fruit breakfast crisp is made right in the microwave! Breakfast is about to get a whole lot more delicious!
Course Breakfast
Cuisine American
Total Time 5 minutes
Yield 1 serving
Author Sue Moran

Ingredients

  • assorted stone fruit washed and sliced, allow about 2 pieces per serving

topping (makes enough for 4 servings)

  • 4 Tbsp old fashioned rolled oats
  • 4 Tbsp brown sugar
  • 4 Tbsp all purpose flour or almond flour for gluten free
  • 4 Tbsp sliced almonds
  • 4 Tbsp cold butter cut in small pieces

Instructions

  • To make the topping, put everything in a bowl and mix together with your fingers until it has a coarse crumbly texture. Keep breaking apart the butter into smaller and smaller bits, and combining everything until it has been thoroughly mixed.
  • Fill a mug or small bowl with pieces of fruit. Top with the crumble. I like to mound the fruit and topping up fairly high because it shrinks down as it cooks.
  • Set the bowl on a saucer to catch any drips, and microwave for approximately 2 minutes. It could take slightly less time.
  • Enjoy right away with a dollop of yogurt, creme fraiche, whipped cream or ice cream.
The nutritional information for recipes on this site is provided as a courtesy and although theviewfromgreatisland.com tries to provide accurate nutritional information, these figures are only estimates.

make it your own ~

  • Cook the fruit all by itself and then top it with your favorite crunchy granola.
  • Quadruple the recipe and bake this in a cast iron skillet in the oven.
  • Use berries or apples instead of stone fruit.
  • Toss the fruit with a few drops of vanilla or almond extract before cooking.
  • Make this for dessert and top with ice cream or whipped cream. For a healthier option, try my Whipped Yogurt!

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  • Reply
    Kaye
    November 11, 2018 at 2:52 pm

    5 stars
    Thank you for this recipe! It came out really well. We have gluten allergy in the family, so I used gluten-free flour. The whole thing, prep + cook came to hardly 15 mins. I used a medium-sized ramekin and placed it on a plate to catch any drips. I used plums this time, but will def make again with other stone fruits. Thank you!

    • Reply
      Sue
      November 11, 2018 at 3:52 pm

      Gosh, love this comment because, simple as this is, it’s one of the things I love to make most. Stone fruits can’t come back fast enough for me!

  • Reply
    ski
    August 6, 2015 at 7:03 pm

    do you peel the fruit?

    • Reply
      Sue
      August 7, 2015 at 7:30 am

      I don’t peel my fruit Ski —- I think the peel adds nice flavor and color!

  • Reply
    Susan
    July 11, 2015 at 5:41 pm

    I love the stone fruit season! What a juicy and delicious treat for breakfast.

  • Reply
    BJ
    July 9, 2015 at 5:16 am

    5 stars
    I made this last night for a light supper and it was perfect.

  • Reply
    Kate
    July 8, 2015 at 9:59 pm

    I never thought of making this in the microwave, Sue.
    Whenever I have the oven on I always throw in small ramekins of whatever fruit I have on hand and pull the bag of frozen crumble mixture out of the freezer to top it.
    I usually make it with frozen blackberries and or raspberries. I have used other kind of fruit and I always keep a frozen bag of the crumble topping.
    It has always been relegated to a day when the oven is on, so usually not in the dog days of summer.
    Now that I can do it in the microwave I’ll be eating a lot more 🙂

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