Peach Cobbler

A neighbor brought in too many peaches! Most of them were about to go bad soon so I had to find some way to eat up all those peaches without making my stomach explode. My immediate thoughts went to a peach cobbler. A recipe inspired by my favorite camping comfort food. Being that it is summer, which is typically when I go camping, I thought it would be most appropriate to make this delectable dessert.

While I am no big fan of sweets, do love peaches, especially when they are as juicy and ripe as these were so in effect I substitute less sugar in general throughout my recipe. I like to use stevia and honey as they are both dramatically much more sweeter than sugar is and I didn’t have to put that much in. Also another note, yes it’s only 1 tbsp. of butter. You can put more if you like but I happen to like more peach than cobbler. which is another thing, I originally used about 3/4 cups of oats but I found that the peach to oat ratio was way off. The oats completely took over while the peaches just shriveled and shrank. So either use more peaches or less oats.

I found that cut a cross into the skin of the peaches and letting them sit in hot water for a few minutes then bathing them in old water was a very quick and easy way to remove the skins. I figured if it works with tomatoes, why not peaches. I swear mixing the filling together took too much self control. It smelled heavenly!

I definitely recommend making this recipe if you can, I had quite a few fans after giving this goody out to a couple friends so maybe the next time you have your friends over, a little coaxing with some peach cobbler might land you any much needed favors ;).

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Peach Cobbler


Peach filling:

• about 10 small or 5-6 medium very ripe peaches peeled, cored and sliced

• 1 1/2 tsp. Almond extract

• 1 tbsp. Starch

• 1 tbsp. Cinnamon

• 2 tbsp. Stevia

Crumble topping

• 2/3 cup rolled oats

• 1 tbsp. Unsalted butter melted

• 1 tbsp. Honey

• 2 tbsp. all purpose flour

• 1 tsp. Cinnamon


  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees
  2. Mix together all the ingredients for the filling and topping in separate bowls
  3. Place the filling first into an 9″ glass pie pan (or whatever you happen to have) and then sprinkle the oat mixture on top
  4. Bake for about 40 minutes or until the crumble begins to turn nice and golden brown then bake at 450 for another 10-15 minutes to get a nice crunch!
  5. Serve with whatever you want and enjoy with friends!!!!!


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