THM peach cobbler
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Single Serve THM Peach Cobbler – THM Crossover

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A THM peach cobbler is coming right up!

I remember growing up my mother used to make the most delicious peach cobbler. I’m still not quite sure how she did it because it had the crispest top on it ever. Of course, it was sugary, but I remember it being the most delightful thing that hit my lips all summer.

So, how do we make a THM peach cobbler? Is coming close to the delightful peach cobbler that my mother used to make even possible? I think so! This single-serve peach cobbler is a crossover, but don’t let that fool you, it is packed with nutrients that are healthy for your body and delicious to your taste buds.

THM peach cobbler

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A Healthy THM Peach Cobbler

There is something about peaches around the start of August in the Midwest. It is like it signals that the end of summer is near, and the beginning of the autumn weather is right around the corner.

I set out to make a ‘healthy fats’ peach cobbler. I soon realized that was going to be hard to keep it in a THM-S setting. Then I set out to make a ‘healthy carbs’ peach cobbler. I soon realized that many other bloggers and content creators have wonderful THM-E recipes, and I didn’t quite like the flavor of most. My favorite E peach cobbler is from the Northern Nester.

I really was looking for that perfect crunch on top with the sweet burst of peach flavor on the bottom.

peaches on a counter

The Benefits of Peaches

Peaches are certainly not the most keto-friendly fruit. One medium fruit has about 15 grams of carbohydrates. This means most peach cobblers on the THM plan will not be S-meal-friendly. However, don’t forget to embrace them because they are certainly a fruit that God gave us for a reason.

There is an abundance of nutrients and vitamins in peaches including vitamin A which is known to offer protection from lung cancers. Also coming up on top are some minerals like potassium, fluoride, and iron.

Did you know that potassium helps regulate your blood pressure? And iron is required for red blood cell formation!

So truly, the lovely peach is not one that you want to toss out!

Single Serve THM Peach Cobbler Ingredients

4 peaches
1 cup pumpkin seeds
1/4 cup Gentle Sweet (divided in half)
1/4 cup almond flour
1/4 cup coconut flour
3 tbsp softened butter
1 tbsp lemon juice
1 tsp cinnamon
1 tsp nutmeg

Any Trim Healthy Mama coach worth her salt will look at that ingredient list and know that we are in crossover territory with this THM peach cobbler!

Embrace it!

This recipe makes 4 single-serve cobblers, which means that we are certainly in crossover territory.

Directions on Making this Peach Crisp

You will want to start by dicing your peaches. I like to dice mine into about 1-inch cubes. The smaller you go the faster they will cook.

Sprinkle your cinnamon, nutmeg, lemon juice, and Gentle Sweet over the 4 baking dishes you choose.

Alternatively, you can add them all together in a small bowl and then divide and sprinkle from there. I personally like to use as few dishes as possible in my cooking and baking so I just measure and then sprinkle from the measuring spoon or cup. If you’d like to be more precise then measure and divide from a separate bowl.

Place the peaches in the oven at 350 degrees for 15 minutes. You want your peaches to start cooking first so the crumble does not burn.

peaches right out of the oven.

Meanwhile you will make the crumble.

Add the pumpkin seeds, remaining Gentle Sweet, almond flour, coconut flour, and softened butter in a blender or food processor. Blend or process until smooth.

The pumpkin seeds are what make this recipe taste so good. When I first tasted the crumble I could not taste the pumpkin seeds. It was just crisp and buttery like I remember from childhood!

Once the peaches are done, add the crumble on top and bake for another 25 minutes or until golden brown!

If you try this recipe, feel free to let me know over on the gram, I would love to know what you think.

Looking for more fun ‘harvest’ recipes? This Ground Cherry Pie is another one that I frequently make around August every year that I have ground cherries avaliable.

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