Make this set-it-and-forget-it dessert easily in your slow cooker or crock pot with cherries, apples, and a few other ingredients. Slow Cooker Cherry Apple Crisp by Dash of Jazz

Slow Cooker Cherry Apple Crisp

It’s official–cherry season 2017 will soon be over, folks. Prices will soon creep back up and the pickings are getting slim. If you find a good bag (or have some already frozen), this recipe is a great way to put them to use. I combined fresh cherries provided to me by Northwest Cherry Growers with chopped apples to make this slow cooker cherry apple crisp while I ran errands. When I returned to my house, the whole place smelled edible. This one is a winner, y’all. Consider it a bridge between seasons–cherries for summer and apples for fall. It’s sweet, warm, and bursting with fruity flavors. It’s easy to make and even easier to eat. I might have gone back for seconds…and thirds. Oops! I plan to make this again further into the Fall season with some of the cherries I’ve got stashed away in my freezer. Hopefully you’re able to do the same before they disappear. This dish turns out equally well with either fresh or frozen and a couple of other recipes where I’ve used frozen cherries in place of fresh ones are here and here.

Make this set-it-and-forget-it dessert easily in your slow cooker or crock pot with cherries, apples, and a few other ingredients. Slow Cooker Cherry Apple Crisp by Dash of Jazz

Make this set-it-and-forget-it dessert easily in your slow cooker or crock pot with cherries, apples, and a few other ingredients. Slow Cooker Cherry Apple Crisp by Dash of Jazz

Like most slow cooker meals, this dessert is super easy. You just mix up your filling ingredients in the crock then add your crisp topping ingredients over that. The only step you might not automatically think of (at least, I didn’t) is placing a paper towel on top of everything before putting the lid on. This little trick catches the steam that condenses on the inside of the lid during cooking and might drop back down into the crock, leading to a soggy crisp. Not cute! I set mine on high for about 4 hours but you could, instead, set it on low at the beginning of the day and have dessert (forget dinner!) ready after work. I topped this off with a scoop of vanilla caramel ice cream and all I can say is oooh-weee!

Make this set-it-and-forget-it dessert easily in your slow cooker or crock pot with cherries, apples, and a few other ingredients. Slow Cooker Cherry Apple Crisp by Dash of Jazz

I’ve got one more recipe up my sleeve in this series celebrating cherry season (my favorite fruit season). It’s easy, boozy, and perfect for summer. Here are cherry recipes from the past few weeks, in case you missed any:

Summer Fruit Rose Sangria | Cherry Elderflower Smash | Spiced Cherry Almond Cobbler | No-Churn Black Sesame & Cherry Ice Cream | Easy Sweet Cherry Jam

You might have noticed that it is Friday and my posts usually go up on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Today, I’ve collaborated with Cyn at Especially Southern and other Southern food bloggers to showcase our favorite down-home flavors. Check out all of our creations on Instagram through #southernsummerflavors! Thanks for reading.

Signature Dash of Jazz

In partnership with Northwest Cherry Growers. As always, all opinions are my own.

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Slow Cooker Cherry Apple Crisp
Make this set-it-and-forget-it dessert easily in your slow cooker or crock pot with cherries, apples, and a few other ingredients. Slow Cooker Cherry Apple Crisp by Dash of Jazz
Prep Time 10 minutes
Passive Time 4 hours
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servings
Ingredients
Filling
Topping
Prep Time 10 minutes
Passive Time 4 hours
Servings
servings
Ingredients
Filling
Topping
Make this set-it-and-forget-it dessert easily in your slow cooker or crock pot with cherries, apples, and a few other ingredients. Slow Cooker Cherry Apple Crisp by Dash of Jazz
Instructions
  1. Add filling ingredients to crock and mix well until fruit is coated.
  2. Mix dry topping ingredients in a bowl then mix in melted butter. Drop over top of filling.
  3. Place a dry paper towel on top of filling then cover with lid and cook on high for about 4 hours.
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10 Comments

  1. TheFrugalCouponer

    and all that was done in a slow cooker? WOW – i’m very impressed!

  2. That looks incredible. I have to try!!!! My daughter loves cherries and I love my slow cooker. Win win!

    Kate

    http://Www.mwdgaf.com

  3. This looks delicious as well as easy. Can’t wait to try it. Pinned it too!

  4. bitesofflavor

    This looks delicious!! I would have never thought about doing a fruit crisp in the slow cooker… now I must try it!

    1. It’s unbelievably easy. You can set it to low and go about your whole day then come home to warm, bubbly dessert!

  5. I am so excited to try this! Sadly our cherry season is over, but I’m going to try this one with frozen! I am a cherry fanatic! ❤️ Recipe is printing as I’m typing!

    1. Thanks so much! This will work just fine with frozen.

  6. That looks so tasty!!! I’m usually a chocolate fan, but I may make an exception for this!

  7. Momma To Go

    I’ve never made a dessert in the slow cooker! What a great idea. I also have not eaten enough cherries this season!

    1. I hadn’t either before this one but it turned out so well that I’ll definitely use it more often. Thanks for reading!

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