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When berries are plentiful in the markets, I love making these Individual Berry Crisps to highlight their sweet deliciousness!

Individual Berry Crisp in a red ceramic baking dish topped with ice cream and surrounded by berries


Individual Berry Crisps

Making a pie is often time-consuming, not to mention daunting. I’ve messed up too many pie crusts to mention. Granted, they usually taste yummy, but not what I’d want to serve to company. Crisps are pretty much foolproof. Plus making them in ramekins is a terrific presentation, creating individual berry crisps for each of your guests.

Overhead view of an Individual Berry Crisp in a red ceramic baking dish

Easy Summer Dessert

These mini berry crisps are a snap to prepare. Just head to your favorite farmers’ market, produce stand or grocery store and pick up 4 cups of the ripest seasonal berries you can find. I love using a mixture of luscious raspberries, blackberries, and blueberries. Gently toss the berries with sugar and cornstarch and divide between ramekins.

I love using these mini red cocottesfrom Le Crueset. But you’re more likely to have 6 or 8-ounce ramekins in your kitchen. Either will work fine. Sprinkle with a simple brown sugar butter streusel, bake, and voila, dessert is served! Make sure the filling is hot and bubbly to ensure the cornstarch works its thickening magic.

A spoon with a smalll scoop removed from an Individual Berry Crisp
How to Serve a Berry Crisp  

Serve warm with vanilla or another complimentary ice cream.  A few seconds in the microwave will heat each berry crisp up nicely. There’s nothing better than melting ice cream on warm dessert!

These triple berry crisps are the perfect salute to summer! Indulging in a berry crisps will certainly delight your taste buds!

Individual Berry Crisps

Individual Berry Crisps

A delicious mix of berries topped with a brown sugar crisp

Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 40 minutes
Total Time 55 minutes
Yield 4 servings


Berry Filling:

  • 4 cups berries (I used fresh blueberries, fresh raspberries, and fresh blackberries)
  • 1/4 cup sugar (or more if berries are not sweet)
  • 2 tablespoons cornstarch


  • 1/2 cup flour
  • 1/4 cup brown sugar
  • 1/4 cup butter, cut into small pieces


  1. Preheat oven to 350º.
  2. Gently mix berries with sugar and cornstarch. Divide between 4 8-ounce ramekins.
  3. Make topping by combining flour, brown sugar, and butter. With fingers, press, break apart and work in butter until topping resembles cornmeal. Sprinkle evenly over the four ramekins.
  4. Place ramekins on baking sheet and bake for 35-45 minutes, until the filling bubbles and the topping is browned. Cool slightly, then serve with vanilla ice cream.

Nutrition Information:



Serving Size:


Amount Per Serving: Calories: 330Total Fat: 12gSaturated Fat: 7gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 4gCholesterol: 31mgSodium: 97mgCarbohydrates: 55gFiber: 6gSugar: 32gProtein: 3g


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60 comments on “Individual Berry Crisps”

  1. Wow thats alot of loot! I just go done saying there hasn’t been many giveaways this year and smiled when I read this one! Guess I’d been missing them all, but sure glad you won them! Now I cant wait to see what you make with all those cookbooks! I love this berry treat have every fruit in the fridge right now! Keep on that lucky streak and CONGRATS!

  2. I have some frozen berries so this crisp looks especially tempting πŸ™‚

  3. The berry crisps look delicious! I’d actually been craving apple crisp, but since apples are out of season, this would be perfect.

  4. You lucky girl! I have swag envy πŸ™‚

  5. You are one lucky lady! Go buy that lottery ticket and strike while the iron is hot. πŸ˜‰ Those crisps look super tasty.

  6. You are on a roll! Baking and winning – good for you. It adds a lift to the days, doesn’t it? Will be making berry crisps with rhubarb today!

  7. I need to make these! I’m totally into the individuals right now. Love it! And the fact that it’s summer and the berries are commin on quick:)

  8. I would never have thought of making individual berry crisps…have the same little dishes, and always have some kind of berries on hand.
    Thank you for the sweet mention about me, Lizzy…that reminds me, today is the day that I’m mailing the book out to you. I hope you will enjoy it!

  9. These look wonderful! I have made crisp yet this summer, and it’s on the agenda! And, my goodness you are lucky. You should definitely get a lotto ticket πŸ™‚

  10. Congrats on all your wins!

    The berry crisps sound so good… especially with that big scoop of ice cream! YUM! I like that you’ve made them into individual ramekins…this would help me in making sure that I don’t eat the entire pie plate. πŸ™‚

  11. You lucky girl, congratulations on all your gifts. You totally deserve them. Can’t wait to see what you’re going to share with us from all those cookbooks.
    the berry crisps look great!!

  12. Liz – This berry crisp looks divine, and I can’t believe you’ve won all those giveaways! You must have the best of luck!

  13. Crisps are one of my favorite desserts – somehow it doesn’t feel like eating dessert when it has apples or berries in it! Even makes me think it’s okay for seconds…

  14. Wow! What great prizes. I was happy you won my giveaway. Just have fun with it – my cupcakes never look perfect but it’s fun to experiment with the piping bag.

  15. Oh my! You are a REALLY lucky lady!!! So happy for you! <3

    The berry crisps look so good. I like individual servings… I also find them easier when you have kids over… so they don’t fight over who has the biggest portion! hahaha

  16. Not too much “crisp” in the berry crisp. I’ve made my fair share and there is always a lot of crumb – not necessarily a bad thing but it’s nice to lighten it up every now and then. I’m not sure which is tempting me more though the berry crisp of the individual cooking cups. I’ve had my eye on something similar for a while now.

  17. Wow, buy a lottery ticket for me too πŸ˜‰ Congrats! Your berry crisps look wonderful. I think berry desserts are my favorite summer treat. I like the individual servings in ramekins too!

  18. i like the individual cups
    thank you for the tip of adding cornstarch in the crisps looks delicious

  19. Whoa! Lizzy, you are such a lucky person to receive so many giveaways!! It’s are nice and you get nice things! It’s true.

    Your berry crisps look delicious! I wish I can make desserts like you. I might gain weight even more but I’d be much happier for sure!

  20. Wow, you’ve been on a roll, congrats on the giveaway winnings! I love your berry crisps – fruit desserts with a crumble topping are one of my very favorites πŸ™‚

  21. You’re on a real winning streak. Those crisps look so warm and comforting and that vanilla ice cream is a must.

  22. These look so amazing! I’m been looking for an easy cobbler type recipe. Definitely gonna try this one. Check out my recipes!

  23. You are one lucky girl! Your husband might be on to something with the lottery tickets! These crisps looks delicious!

  24. Lizzy, I can not believe I wasnt a “follower”…I mean I often make your recipes! *Well I am a follower for sure now!

    This cobbler makes me want to go pick some fresh berries. πŸ™‚

    come join in on Made it on Monday…a weekly recipe link I host on my blog.
    *link ups are open every WED.-SAT.*

    I hope to see you there!

  25. So happy you linked this mouth watering Crisp to
    Made it on Monday! πŸ™‚

  26. We’re going to start calling you Lucky Liz! However, this time we’re the lucky ones to get this yummy recipe.

  27. I’m going to start calling you Lucky Lizzy from here on out. Congrats on all the loot, glad you got the cookbook, I know you will put it to good use.

  28. Hi!
    I would love for you to come and link up at A Themed Baker’s Sunday, where this week is a sweet theme: Random! Yep, Whatever sweety deliciousness you made this week, you can post!

  29. Love these pictures! It looks so delicious!! I’d love for you to link up to my sweet treats party this weekend! Hope to see you there πŸ™‚

  30. Dear this exquisite dessert my mother taught me at age 10, their grandparents were born in England and enjoyed cooking with berries, your dessert looks amazing I’ve marveled at your recipes, hugs.

  31. Thanks so much for sharing this recipe with Made with Love Mondays, Liz. I love crisps because they’re so easy to make and there’s no fattening crust to rolling out or fuss with. Making them individual servings is even better in my book – the perfect ratio of berries to topping with every bite…

  32. I love this adorable mini crisps, so scrumptious!

  33. I make individual fruit crisps so often, and I don’t know why I’ve never shared my recipe. It’s really the perfect, simple summer dessert. Yours are so beautiful in the little cocottes!

  34. Dear Lizzy, what a delightful and delicious treat for summer. I love the individual servings. xoxo, Catherine

  35. Individual treats are seriously the best!!! I especially love this topping πŸ™‚

  36. Waiting for my oven to get fixed and the I am,aking these. I have a good mix of berries to use!

  37. Yes, get a lottery ticket immediately! I love the dessert and it’s fabulous when done in individual servings. Wish I had one now!

  38. Totally irresistible! I love the individual serving here too.

  39. I just made triple berry crisp for breakfast this morning. It was soooooo good. I may have even eaten a little ice cream πŸ™‚ I love the idea of making individual crisps.

    By the way, this is such a dumb question, but I keep wondering how you and other bloggers republish a post without losing the content/comments. I’m still such a technical novice.

  40. I love individually presented desserts, this one is adorable. My Le Creuset are blue so I would make a blueberry crisp!

  41. Great dessert! Looks so delicious!

  42. Every week I think about how I need to whip up a crisp as it has been so long, but I never get around to it. I’m going to consider this the final push I need!

  43. What beautiful little crisps, sounds really delish! This looks really irresistible. Gorgeous photo Liz

  44. I love mixed berries in cobblers and crisps, etc. These look delicious! And what a great idea to bake them in individual dishes. I love having a little dessert all to myself. LOVE those red cocottes!

  45. A favorite dessert! These are so cute!

  46. Individually treats are always the BEST. Everyone gets the fair share that way, plus they look so cute! Love berries and crisps. Perfect for breakfast. Also loving your red cocottes, I also have the same! πŸ˜‰

  47. These look gorgeous, Liz! Berry crisps are one of my favorite baked desserts! The individual servings are the perfect size!!

  48. Definitely one of the best and easiest desserts!

  49. I love berries! Its vibrant color makes every dessert delectable.

  50. This looks like the perfect summer dessert!

  51. What a beautiful recipe. I love the beautiful fruit and crisps are my favorite!

  52. I love these berry crisps especially in your little cast iron casserole dishes. How perfect!

  53. Love the idea of portion control though am not sure I can prevent myself from having seconds! πŸ™‚

  54. You hit the nail on the head when you said crisps are fool-proof. Serving them in individual ramekins is a nice way to gussy them up a bit also.

  55. Love crisps, I’m with you pie crusts are so hit and miss and let’s face it pastry can be a bit boring crisp topping is much better.

  56. I have been looking for an individual crisp recipe…. I love being able to serve bite sized treats! Pinning!

  57. For the first time in my life David ate every single one of my apple crisps…So I’m definitely inspired to try your berry crisps =) P.s. Glad I’m not the only who can be pie crust challenged.

  58. Love hos you presented it too! Can’t wait to try this recipe!

  59. Comfort desserts like this one are always the best!!

  60. Who can resist a buttery brown sugar crumb topping? Not me!

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