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Peach Cobbler, Vegan Style
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Peach Cobbler, Vegan Style

Going vegan does not mean an absence of delicious desserts. This peach cobbler recipe will make you a believer! Children will love this cobbler recipe also! Great dish to take to a family reunion, church dinner, picnic, potluck meal or dinner at home.

Peach Mixture:

  • 2-16 oz cans peaches in syrup
  • ¼ cup whole wheat pastry flour
  • ½ cup sugar

Crust:

  • 1 cup whole wheat pastry flour
  • 1-½ teaspoons baking powder
  • ¼ teaspoon salt
  • 2/3 cup fortified rice milk

Instructions:

  • Preheat over to 375 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • Spray a 13 x 9 inch baking dish with vegetable cooking spray.
  • In a medium bowl combine 2-16 oz cans peaches in syrup, ¼ cup whole wheat pastry flour and ½ cup sugar. Stir slightly with a spoon.
  • Pour mixture into baking dish.
  • Combine 1 cup whole wheat pastry flour, baking powder, salt and rice milk in a medium bowl.
  • Blend well until crust mixture appears smooth.
  • Pour the crust mixture evenly over the peach mixture.
  • Bake for approximately 25 minutes or until crust appears golden.
  • Allow cobbler to cool slightly before serving.
  • Consider adding a dollop of vegan ice cream on top of each serving of cobbler.

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  1. Charlotte
    Yum. Sounds great. I would make some lower sugar substitutions is Splenda instead of sugar and a light syrup because of my diet but I bet it would be really good.
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    1. Sheila Ray
      Charlotte, try using Stevia as a sweetener. It is all natural, rather than Splenda, which is artificial. :)
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      1. Carolyn
        Carolyn
        I've not used Stevia. Are the measurements for Stevia the same as sugar? I was told that Splenda measurements are the same. Thanks Sheila forthe vote and comment!
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        1. Sheila Ray
          Carolyn, generally you use 1/2 as much Stevia as sugar. Just divide the sugar by 2 and use that amount of Stevia.
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          1. Carolyn
            Carolyn
            Thanks for the info!
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            1. dianabart
              dianabart
              Yes Stevia is a good natural sugar alternative- had a whole chapter lesson on this in my nutritional courses. I love learning new and natural ways to eat. Keep sharing all insights peeps! :)
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    2. Carolyn
      Carolyn
      Thanks Charlotte for the vote and comment!
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  2. Charlotte
    or peaches packed in just water?
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    1. Carolyn
      Carolyn
      Maybe but you might want to use extra sweetener.
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  3. Sheila Ray
    Voted, sounds tasty...
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    1. Carolyn
      Carolyn
      Thanks Sheila!
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  4. Roopam
    I love peaches! #6
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    1. Carolyn
      Carolyn
      Thanks for the vote and comment Roopam!
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  5. Akanksha
    Akanksha
    Absolutely! Vegan does not mean absence of delicious anything!
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    1. Carolyn
      Carolyn
      Thanks Akanksha!
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  6. dianabart
    dianabart
    Once again Yummy! Are you sure your not a full fledged Vegan Carolyn, you share the yummiest recipes! Thanks! I sent you a request asking if you would grant me the honor of being one of my adminiastrators on my Faith- Food & Fitness page. Since I share all your blogs anyway.. let me know! You and your blogs are greatly appreciated! :) Voted and share!
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