Individual Fruit Crisps
1/4 cup oats
scant 1/4 cup flour
1/4 cup brown sugar (packed according to your tolerance for deliciousness--I assure you mine was packed)
1/8 tsp baking powder
1/8 tsp baking soda
1/8 tsp cinnamon (or more, to taste)
2 tbs butter
1/2 cup fruit (drained)
Combine all the dry ingredients, cut in the butter. (Honestly, I use the softened butter I leave on the counter, which is why I can only give you a ballpark on the amount. Just glop in what looks good.) Put the fruit in a toaster oven-safe ramekin, top with 1/4 cup of the topping. Reserve remaining 1/2 cup for later. Bake at 350ish in the toaster oven for 15-20 minutes, or until it smells delicious and is golden.
I don't know if the baking powder or soda actually do anything, but all the recipes I consulted had them, so I left them in. (I told you, I'm a terrible recipe creator!) And I don't know what to tell you if you don't have tiny creme brulee ramekins; I suppose any toaster oven-safe dish would work. Tartlette pans, ceramic, whatever. (FYI, my Pyrex said no toaster oven, although I have pressed my luck in the past and lived to tell the tale.) You could probably make a little tinfoil boat and do it in that, although the metal might react with the pineapple? I don't know; I'm not Alton Brown here. This is a great, low-risk opportunity for improvising. I'm a big believer in cooking by feel. Most dishes are not so delicate that you can't add your own spin on things. Anyway, it's cooked fruit, there's some whole grains, I'm still willing to eat it...talk about a success. Nevermind the sugar.
bad lighting on the couch makes it look orange...