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I just arrived in Holmes County, Ohio, last night for a 2-week stint of working at The Peach Barn, so I have peaches on the brain! This single-serve peach cobbler has a yummy biscuit-y topping, only takes a few simple ingredients, and comes together in a jiffy. I used a microwave to make it but I’ve included suggestions for baking in the oven in the recipe directions. Stay tuned for a full-size recipe coming soon!
PS – If you want to come visit me at The Peach Barn, I usually work afternoons and will be here until July 22. I’d love to meet you!
Being honest: I ate this for breakfast. And I’m not even guilty about it! No sugar, no white flour – just low-glycemic ingredients that fit into a THM:E meal. Since we like to center our meals around protein, I had some low-fat cottage cheese with blueberries on the side. You can also enjoy this recipe as a dessert after an E or Fuel Pull meal, but keep your other carb sources to a minimum since this cobbler has about 30g net carbs between the oat flour and peach used. (Trim Healthy Mama advocates keeping your net carbs to 45g in an E meal.)
We make our own oat flour by grinding quick or old-fashioned oats in a blender, so if you do that as well and substitute your favorite locally-sourced sweetener to taste in place of the THM Super Sweet Blend and THM Pure Stevia Extract Powder that I used in this recipe, you have a recipe that I consider to contain “no special ingredients” (i.e. it uses ingredients that can all be found locally). If you need help converting between sweeteners, check out this chart.
Some of my favorite peach recipes:
- a peach cobbler recipe that uses leftover oatmeal in the topping!
- Peaches & Cream Bake
- Fresh Peach Ice Cream
- Ginger Peach Oatmeal Cake
As always, check out the Notes section of the recipe for extra info. Check out the links in and below the recipe to see the products I use and recommend. Some of the links included in the recipe and blog post are affiliate links, which means that if you make purchases through these links, I make a small commission to help defray the costs of running this blog (at no extra charge to you). Thanks for your help!
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- 1 medium-large peach, chopped (thawed and drained if frozen)
- 1 tsp. THM Super Sweet Blend (or more, to taste)
- Dash vanilla extract
- Dash cinnamon
- ¼ c. oat flour (use gluten free if necessary)
- 2 T. full-fat sour cream*
- 2 T. egg whites
- ¼ tsp. baking powder
- 1/32 tsp. (1 doonk) THM Pure Stevia Extract Powder
- Dash salt
- Stir the first section of ingredients together and pour into a ceramic or glass ramekin.
- Whisk the biscuit topping ingredients together and pour over the top of the peaches.
- Microwave for 2 minutes. The topping will look done after about a minute, but you need to nuke it a little longer than you think. Let the cobbler cool for a few minutes before digging in for best texture. You can use this as a dessert after an THM:E or FP meal (between the peach and the oat flour, this recipe contains roughly 30g net carbs), or add some protein (like low-fat cottage cheese) on the side and call it breakfast.
- I haven't tried baking this recipe, but that would probably work. Bake at 350* until a toothpick inserted through the topping comes out cleanly.
We make our own oat flour by grinding old-fashioned or quick oats to a flour in a blender or coffee grinder.
Feel free to top with some unsweetened almond milk, fat-free Reddi-wip, and/or low-fat ice cream (such as this single-serve recipe or this full-size recipe).
- THM Super Sweet Blend
- THM Pure Stevia Extract Powder
- Oat Flour (iHerb)
- Gluten-Free Oat Flour (iHerb)
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