Can you have dessert on a SOS Free food plan? (SOS Free stands for salt, oil & sugar free.) Yes you can! Fruit is so amazing and yes we do enjoy it plain and simple right from Mother Nature. However, sometimes you just want something that feels and looks more like a traditional dessert. We still use fruit because of it’s natural sweetness and combine it with some other healthy yet delicious ingredients to make something extra special. This Cherry Peach Cobbler satisfies our desire for a scrumptious dessert without derailing our health and weight goals. Here is more good news – you can even enjoy this when you are trying to lose weight on a whole food plant based lifestyle. How fabulous is that?
It’s scrumptious served hot or cold. You can make banana soft serve for an al a mode presentation – sometimes we get fancy like that!
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I like to make the cobbler in individual ramekins. I get them all prepped ahead of time and put them in the fridge covered with plastic wrap. Then when we sit down to eat dinner I will pop them in the oven to bake while we eat. When dinner is over we have nic hot cobbler to eat. Then we make soft serve in our Champion Juicer. It’s such a treat!
You can use all rolled oats instead of the various grains I use in the recipe. It would be a total of 5 cups of rolled oats and grinding 1/2 cup of oats into a flour in your blender or food processor.
If you don’t want to use banana you can try using mashed or pureed mango or very sweet oven roasted Japanese Sweet Potato or Hannah Yams mashed. You might have to use more applesauce to make it more moist. Bananas would be my first choice because of the moisture and sweetness.
Quinoa Banana Oat Muffin Mix
- 1/2 cup prewashed quinoa -dry – uncooked ground into a powder – see Quinoa Banan Oat Muffin video – if you can’t find prewashed quinoa try using ground millet instead or quinoa flakes or quinoa flour or oat flour if you use it.
- 2 cups Quick Cooking Steel Cut Oats – if you don’t have quick cooking steel cut oats just process regular steel cut oats a little bit in your food processor. Use Certified gluten free oats to make this a gluten free dessert.
- 2 1/2 cups Old Fashioned Oats – use certified gluten free oats to make this gluten free.
- 1/4 cup ground golden flaxseed meal
- 1 tablespoon ground cinnamon
- 1 tablespoon baking powder
- 1/2 teaspoon ground cardamom
- 1/2 teaspoon nutmeg – freshly ground is best
- 1/2 teaspoon vanilla powder or 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- Combine all the dry ingredients in a container and stir well. It makes about 5 cups of dry muffin mix. Go ahead and make extra muffin mixes while you have all the ingredients out. I just set out my containers and fill them assembly style. With this mix you can make the Quinoa Banana Oat Muffins, Oat – Jam – Jammie Bars and Sweet Pea’s Mini Jammies!
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With the muffin mix you can make the Quinoa Banana Oat Muffins, Oat – Jam – Jammie Bars and Sweet Pea’s Mini Jammies!
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I think you have the 2 tsp of balsamic vinegar mentioned twice if I am not mistaken. Happy July 4th to your whole brood! Love ya
Thank you for catching that mistake and letting me know! It is now corrected.
Happy healthy cooking,
Hi Tami, what is the name of the spice company you have mentioned? Thanks ! Making this tomorrow. Looks so delicious!
Local Spicery in Marysville CA
Hello Tami: I made the Alfredo Sauce today and it is GREEN. Do you have any idea what I may have done to make it so “colorful”? Not near as pretty as yours in the video. I am enjoying your videos. Thanks. Elizabeth
I have made it multiple times and never had it turn out green. Did your cauliflower have a green color to it or did you use the green parts of the leaves around a head of cauliflower. Could it have been the herbs you used? How did it taste?
Thank you so much–really enjoying your vids and blog! My husband Fred and I have been whole food vegan for about a year and a half and I find myself agreeing and laughing along w you all the time.
Looking forward to making your cobbler (might switch out the cherries to blackberries) to take to a family reunion and wondering what flavor of flavored balsamic you recommend for this? Peace, s
Thank you for your kind comments. I change the fruit in the Cobbler all the time. Any fruit flavored vinegar would be awesome.
Thank You Tami for all your efforts to share and help the rest of us. I can’t wait to make this.
I found you by way of Chef AJ, I live on the East Coast…
I hope you enjoy the recipe as much as we do!
Are there any substitutes you could recommend for the oats and quinoa?
No I am sorry I only tested it with these ingredients and I don’t know what you could sub for them.
Going to put this in the oven but I don’t recall the temperature? Maybe I missed it. I’ll do it at 350°. So excited because I had all the ingredients including fresh peaches!
Yes 350 degrees.
Hi, am I missing something? I can see the muffin mix recipe, but there’s no cobbler recipe! I would love to make it.
Watch the video that is close to the top of the post – the method of how to make the cobbler is shown in the video.