Fresh Peach Crumble is made with sweet fresh peaches. Top with a delicious crunchy crumble! I use ingredients that make this crumble delicious, gluten-free, low-carb dessert yet healthier, yup healthier!! Make it extra special with Vanilla Ice Cream or Whipped Topping! My homemade peach crumble recipe assembles in no time and can be made ahead of time and reheated for any family dinner or gathering. Read on to see what I add to make this over the top delish!
I love love, love summer grilling and summer desserts. If it’s not a grilled dessert, like Boozy Grilled Pineapples, or ice cream, Papaya Coconut No-Churn Ice Cream, a great fruit crumble delivers deliciousness! Thus we have this easy peach crumble made with fresh peaches!
I love to make this fruit crumble because it takes little preparation and the end result is a delicious dessert that’s always a hit and not a killer in calories and fat! Flexible too, almond flour reduces carbs but most flours are awesome in this peach crumble.
I am a huge fan of pies, cobblers, and crumbles. Crumbles rise to the top when I have a lot of cooking to do and I need a quick crowd-pleasing dessert! I love that crumbles have easy prep and the end results are just delicious! Guess what makes this cobbler topping amazing? Butter flavored coconut oil! Oh so good!
How do you peel peaches for any easy peach crumble recipe?
Don’t be afraid of using fresh peaches, they are amazing. Peel your peaches and don’t do anything other than slice the peaches, removing the skin the pit. I don’t have any issue with peeling fresh peaches. Some of my friends have found the peaches not easy to peel. I recommend using this easy video to easily peel peaches.
Where did the name peach crumble come from?
Cobblers origins came from early American Settlers in the deep South. They did not have the ingredients for pies, so they stewed fruit and made toppings from ingredients on hand and thus cobblers were invented.
Everyone loves peach crumble, where was the first peach crumble made?
The first peach cobbler was made by the Georgia Peach Council to promote their canning of fresh peaches.
Can you use canned peaches or frozen peaches to make this easy peach crumble?
I would not use canned peaches because they contain a lot of syrup and unhealthy extra sugar. I would most definitely use frozen peaches. If using frozen, run cold water over the peaches to soften them before adding to the crumble.
How long does a peach crumble take to bake?
This yummy peach cobbler is ready in about 25 minutes. It can be prepped ahead and baked right before serving or baked and reheated.
Can another flour besides almond flour be used to make my Best Peach Cobbler?
Yup, feel free to all-purpose flour, gluten-free all-purpose flour. I use Bob’s Red Mill all the time.
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How To Make Peach Crumble:
- Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Peel and slice 3 1/2 cups of fresh peaches. If using frozen, about 1 pound of sliced peaches. Place the peaches in an 11 x 7 rectangle baking pan. Drizzle the peaches with the lemon juice. Set aside.
- In a bowl, combine together the almond flour, 1/3 sugar, 1/4 light brown sugar, salt, and ground cinnamon.
- Add in the beaten egg. Use a fork to combine the ingredients. Add in the butter flavored coconut oil. combine well and sprinkle on top of the peach mixture.
- Bake for about 30 – 35 minutes. The fruit will be bubbling and the topping will be crisp. Serve warm with vanilla ice cream or some homemade whip cream.
- Leftovers are rare, but if that happens, refrigerate covered with plastic wrap and use within 3 days. I reheat the portions for a few minutes in the oven. Can use a microwave if so desired.
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Best Peach Crumble
- 3 cups fresh peaches, peeled and sliced about 1-inch thick
- 1 Tablespoon fresh lemon juice
- 1 cup almond flour see note 1
- 1/3 cup sugar
- 1/4 cup light brown sugar
- 1/2 teaspoon salt
- 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
- 1 large egg, beaten
- 4 Tablespoons, melted butter flavored coconut oil see note 2
- Preheat the oven to 375 degrees. In a large 11 by 7 rectangle baking dish add the sliced peaches and drizzle the lemon juice over the peaches and set aside.
- In a medium bowl, combine the almond flour, sugar, light brown sugar, salt, and cinnamon. Mix in the beaten egg and then add in the melted butter flavored coconut butter.
- Sprinkle the crumble mixture over the peach mixture. Place in the oven, bake for 35 minutes. Check to see if the fruit is bubbling and crumb topping is crispy. If not done, check again in 5 minutes. Should not take any longer.
- Remove from oven and rest about 10 minutes before serving. Peach crumble goes well with either vanilla ice cream or whipped cream and a sprinkle of fresh mint.
- NOTE 1: I use almond flour as I prefer low-carb desserts when I can and the end result is tasty. Feel free to use all-purpose flour. That will adjust the nutritional info too. I have used whole wheat flour and white whole wheat flour. As written, this is a Gluten-Free dessert. By using other flour, check labels for gluten if that is a dietary issue.
- NOTE 2: I use Barlean's butter flavored coconut oil. It works really well in baking and I love their products. You can use regular butter and again that will adjust your nutritional values. I have used butter and I usually use 6 Tablespoons of butter. When replacing butter for coconut oil, I tend to need a bit more butter.
- Any nutritional data I provide is an approximation and actual dietary information can vary based on ingredients and proportion sizes.
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