Peach and Strawberry Cobbler

Fit Peach Cobbler Green

 

Filling:

7-8 peaches

2 cup chopped strawberries or blueberries

2 Tbs cornstarch

1 tsp cinnamon

1 tsp stevia powder

1 tsp vanilla

1 Tbs agave

 

Topping:

1/2 cup whole wheat flour

1/3 cup almond flour

1 tsp baking powder

0.5 tsp stevia

1/4 tsp salt

2Tbs apple sauce

1/2 cup almond milk

1 tablespoon agave

1 tsp vanilla


 

Filling:

Preheat oven to 350°F.

Halve the peaches, remove the pit, and scrape the bitter red area out with a spoon. (Note 1) Slice the peaches in bitesized pieces. Remove the greens from the strawberries and slice.  Place all the fruit into a large mixing bowl.

Mix the cornstarch, cinnamon, and powdered stevia together in a small bowl. Mix into the fruit, then add the vanilla and agave. Put the filling in a 9×9 glass pan. Its not necessary to grease the pan.


 

Topping:

Mix all dry ingredients together then mix in the applesauce, vanilla, almond milk, and agave until just combined. Spoon the topping over the fruit filling then bake at 350°F for 30 min or until the topping is golden brown. Let cool for about 20 minutes.

Serve warm by itself or with vanilla dairy-free ice cream. Makes about 6 servings.

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“I want a pie. I want a peach pie. I want a nice cobbler”  -Creed Bratton

 

IMG_2330Note 1: The red part of the peach, close to the pit, becomes much more bitter after being cooked. scrape it out to ensure a nice taste. Just try to get most of the red part out.

Note 2: The agave in the filling and topping can be swapped out with a few different things: brown sugar, maple syrup, granulated sugar, date syrup, or coconut sugar. Using just a bit of sugar helps to conceal the aftertaste of the stevia.

Note 3: The very vanilla So Delicious cashew milk ice cream is a super tasty addition to this dessert.

Note 4: You may swap out the strawberries with whatever kind of berry you like. At first I was skeptical of using strawberries. I thought blueberries would be the best match with the peaches; and while the blueberries tasted amazing, in this recipe, the strawberries tasted even better.

Note 5: You may remove the skins form the peaches if desired but I found that keeping the skins is easier and does not alter the cobbler experience.

Note 6: Check off 5 out of your 24 items on the daily dozen checklist with just one serving of this cobbler.

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