- 6 cups blackberries and raspberries (or substitute your favorite, in-season berries)
- 3 tablespoons maple syrup
- 1 tablespoon corn starch
- juice of 1 lemon
- 3 cups peanut butter granola (or substitute your favorite flavor)
- cooking spray
- whipped cream for garnish
Fire up your oven to at least 350–450 degrees Fahrenheit, using an infrared temperature gun to check temp when ready.
Combine (in a large bowl or plastic resealable food storage bag) the berries, maple syrup, lemon juice, and corn starch. Mix to combine the corn starch, lemon juice and syrup.
Pour the berry mixture into a large cast iron skillet. Crumble the granola over the top of the berries evenly. Cover with foil to avoid burning the granola.
Cook on medium-high for 20-25 minutes. Check about half-way through the cooking time to ensure the pan is not in too hot or too cold of a spot in your oven. Once the fruit is starting to bubble, it's done.
Serve warm with whipped cream, yogurt or your favorite ice cream.