4 C frozen berries (CostCo Triple Frozen Berry Blend, sometimes I'll add 25% of a sweeter berry, like frozen blackberries or Marionberries)
1/2 C sugar with another 1 or 2 T
Small splash lemon juice (optional)
2 T slightly heaping white rice flour, or more as necessary
Toss well and put in baking dish rubbed with butter or coconut oil. Put in microwave and run high for 3 - 4 min (to defrost berries). Then add topping, and bake according to instructions.
You can cut the recipe in half and put in one of the heavy ceramic bowls in the white painted cabinet.
Peach option: use fresh or frozen peaches (never canned), toss with a little sugar and flour, dash cinnamon and pick your topping.
Traditional: Mix 3 heaping 1/2 C. scoops (these are the scoop-shaped measurements, so they really heap) of Bisquick, 2T sugar. Add enough heavy cream (or sour cream) to form mix that is still slightly dry. Put small bits on berries. Lightly sprinkle with white sugar and cinnamon.
Bake 375 40 min, until bubbly and golden on top
Shortbread topping: Mix 2+ heaping 1/2 C. scoops (these are the scoop-shaped measurements, so they really heap) of Bisquik, 4 - 5 heaping small wood scoops of dark brown sugar, small shake nutmeg and cinnamon. Whisk well. Drizzle 2 - 3 T of melted coconut oil over mixture, use fork or balloon whisk to mix and break up to small crumbs. Drizzle 2 - 3 T of hvy cream or soy/rice milk (for vegans) until it forms mix not too dry nor wet. Put small chunks on berries. Lightly sprinkle with cinnamon.
Bake 375 40 min, until bubbly and golden on top.
Oatmeal topping: You can take leftover oatmeal, toss with melted coconut oil or butter (coconut oil is actually better), some dark brown sugar, cinnamon and a little salt. Spread and break up on a cookie sheet covered in silver foil and sprayed with Pam, and cook high heat (450), turning often. You have to watch it....you want the moisture cooked away and deep golden, but not too dark (after not doing much what seems forever, it overcooks very quickly). Bake the fruit first until done, then add the oatmeal topping and bake only until it is hot and has crisped a bit.