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  1. Step 1
    Pick your favorite Lucky Leaf Premium Pie Filling: Apple, Cherry, Blueberry or Peach.

  2. Step 2
    Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.

  3. Step 3
    Place two cans of pie filling in bottom of 9x13-inch pan.

  4. Step 4
    Blend softened butter, oatmeal, brown sugar and nuts until crumbly. Now's the time to add in anything else you'd like to include in your crisp.*

  5. Step 5
    Sprinkle mixture over pie filling.

  6. Step 6
    Bake for 30 minutes or until golden brown.

*Add in your favorites: coconut, chocolate chips, cinnamon chips, dried fruit, etc. The options are endless and the choice is yours!

What others are saying about this recipe

  1. Paul Schultz says:

    Here is an excellent “go to” no fuss or muss Summer baking recipe. It goes together super quick. Especially if you stock up and keep plenty of cans of Lucky Leaf pie filling on hand; as i do. I would note, that you should butter {yes butter, NO margarine} well your 9X13 pan before adding the filling. And i increased the nuts {walnuts} to a full cup. Serve with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and enjoy! 😉

  2. PATTI HIRSCH says:

    I cannot eat oatmeal so I use flour ,brown sugar, butter & nuts… Spread mixture on top of pie filling of choice…….Serve with a large scoop of ice-cream……….

  3. Tensey says:

    Lov e. Lucky Leaf recipes.

  4. Christa says:

    This is delicious. My family loved it! I made it two weeks ago and now I am ready to make it again. Yummy! I’m going to stock up on the Lucky Leaf pie filling. I think I’ll try blueberry next.

  5. Tina says:

    Super easy! Big hit for a quick snack! I actually keep a can of each fruit stocked in my pantry! Versatile for a lot of recipes. And to think this topping is actually good for you due to the oatmeal!

  6. charles custer says:

    Looks like it will be a good recipe.

  7. Misty says:

    Great Recipe!

  8. Tina says:

    Pie filling recipes are a quick & easy alternative! ❤️

  9. Jamie says:

    Jamie says
    Have already eat it twice this month…..Luv it

  10. Marilyn Whitlock says:

    I bought 2 cans of Lucky Leaf lemon & peach before I found these recipes. I want to try all of them. I will make the peach crisp next.

  11. Donna Stevenson says:

    Please email recipes

  12. Crystal Hill says:

    Made several versions and all are fantastic!

  13. Connie Clark says:

    Gonna try this tonight let you know how it turns out I’m gonna use BlackBerry for the filling

  14. Barbara says:

    Lucky leaf strawberry/rhubarb oatmeal/nut crisp recipe

  15. Peg says:

    Love Lucky Leaf ! Anxious 2 make new recipes

  16. FAYE CHANCE says:

    Have not tried any yet but will.

  17. Rose Kaminski says:

    Excellent, easy recipe I will make it again!

  18. Gale Gibson says:

    I make this every Thanksgiving and then to take to picnics it’s super easy and always a hit at functions it’s been my go to for years I’m partial to the blueberry with vanilla ice cream mmm good!

  19. Leigh Robinson says:

    Made peach crisp. Used an 8×8″ pan and the recipe turned out well. But next I will use two cans of pie filling (because one can barely filled the bottom), same pan but double up on the oats and nuts.

  20. LaNett Glover says:

    I started making pies for the holidays last year, and now I bake a lot. my husband and my mom in law love’s everything I bake,

    Thank You

  21. Donna Schreiber says:

    My 2 cans of Fruit Filling and Topping were Peach and Cherry so I could offer my guests their choice of flavor. It was so easy and wonderful.

  22. Kathleen says:

    Easy to fix and my husband an growing grandson love it!!! Luck Leaf pie fillings are great to use.

  23. Kathleen says:

    My husband and grandson love this pie – apple is their favorite but they also enjoy the peach!!! Quick and easy to make

  24. Marion says:

    How many servings does this make? If I wanted to halve it, what size pan should I use and how long should I bake it?

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