Peach Cobbler made Quick, Simple & Pure


Seasonal Summer Peaches are my favorite part Authentic Thomas Rawls Jerseys about farmers markets right now.

It’s nearly impossible to walk by that smell of fresh, ripe peaches in the air without having to stop and try a bite. So, you can only imagine my excitement when I received 3 fresh, perfectly ripe peaches in my farm box this week!

Quick,Simple&Healthy peach Cobbler on BeachLifeOrganic.com

I just had to get creative with a new way to use these juicy, delicious, amazing summer peaches, … so peach cobbler in 10 minutes it is.

Quick,Simple&Healthy peach Cobbler on BeachLifeOrganic.com

But this isn’t your typical cobbler recipe… This is a quick & easy, make it after dinner on the fly when that sweet tooth craving sets in. It only takes a couple minutes to Dwayne Gratz Jerseys chop up a few peaches and gather the ingredients from your cupboards.

The one ingredient you may not have on hand is one of my favorite staples. Quinoa Flakes. If you haven’t tried them before I highly recommend you stock up on this powerful little ingredient to add to your breakfasts, baked goods, and cobblers of course! (it’s a great gluten-free option too for those of you with gluten sensitivity…. Just use only quinoa flakes in this recipe in place of the oats as not all oats are verified gluten free!)

The best part?? Quinoa Flakes are similar to quick oats, but thinner and with a lighter texture. Just 1 cup contains 12 grams of plant protein.

I buy the brand ‘Ancient Harvest’ & you can get it here… on Amazon.com or on the shelves Geronimo Allison Womens Jerseys of almost any grocery store.

Here’s that Recipe… Get Baking:

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Summer Peach Cobbler
I just can't get enough of Peach Season & this quick & easy cobbler recipe is a great excuse to get back to the farmers market! Simple ingredients & it's ready in 10 minutes!
Quick,Simple&Healthy peach Cobbler on BeachLifeOrganic.com
Prep Time 2 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Servings
people
Ingredients
Prep Time 2 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Servings
people
Ingredients
Quick,Simple&Healthy peach Cobbler on BeachLifeOrganic.com
Instructions
  1. Preheat Oven to 350 degrees fahrenheit
  2. Toss chopped pecans, oats, quinoa flakes, 1/2 tbsp cinnamon and 1 tbsp sugar with 2 tbsp butter into small 8in baking or roasting pan.
  3. Place into oven for 6 minutes, stirring every two minutes to evenly disperse the butter as it melts.
  4. While the oats are toasting... Add peaches, applesauce, 1/2tbsp cinnamon and 1 tbsp sugar (optional) into a large skillet and stir over medium heat for 5 minutes until peaches become soft.
  5. Remove oats mixture from the oven, spoon into 3 small ramekins (single serving dishes) top with peach mixture & then finish by spooning the rest of the oats on top. (for a decorative topping, reserve 1-2 peach pieces per dish & place on top)
  6. Place back into oven for 4 minutes.
  7. Let cool, Serve, & Enjoy.
  8. Top with a scoop of vanilla ice cream if desired!
Recipe Notes

This recipe works best if peaches are ripe & ready to eat! Peaches may not soften appropriately if unripe.

Butter may be substituted for coconut oil to make this dish completely vegan!

Quinoa Flakes? If you've never tried them, here's what I buy: Ancient Harvest

Cinnamon Powder? The brand I love for my spice rack is 'Simply Organic' 

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