View Full Version : Hi Raw Granny,
07-29-2007, 03:31 PM
Please share your recipe for the "Raw Peach Cobbler". Your picture makes my mouth water:)
I just peeled some peaches this morning and i have no ideas for them.
I hate to waste food and would love to make your recipe using my peaches:)
07-29-2007, 04:06 PM
The cobbler is SO good, but the recipe is not mine, I saw it posted here and I believe its from Rawkinlocs. Here it is:
2 c. UNsoaked (or soaked/dehydrated) nuts of choice (I personally used a combination of almonds and walnuts)
1/4 c. raw agave nectar, honey (preferably raw) or soft, UNsoaked dates (preferably medjool)
1/2 c. ground oat groats or organic rolled oats (grind in Vitamix or coffee grinder) - If you object to using oats, you can use an extra 1/2 cup of nuts.
1/4 tsp. sea salt
1 tsp. coconut oil (opt. but provides a slight "buttery" taste)
dash or two of cinnamon
5-6 fresh peaches or nectarines (can substitute with apples if peaches/nectarines are not in season)
1 c. soaked and pitted dates (drained)
2 TBS. raw agave nectar or raw honey
2 tsp. cinnamon (or to taste)
1/2 tsp. sea salt
1/2 lemon, juiced
1/4 tsp. allspice or nutmeg (opt.)
2 tsp. coconut oil (opt. but provides a slight "buttery" taste)
1/2 - 3/4 c. water
Crust directions - Place all crust ingredients in a food processor and pulse until crumbly. Move from processor to a bowl and set aside.
Optional Step: If you want the crumbly crust to be kinda crunchy like a SAD crumb topping, dehydrate for a few hours or overnight.
Filling directions -
Process all filling ingredients except the peaches (apples) into a creamy sauce using either a blender or food processor and adding small amounts of the water at a time to help it blend and get the desired consistency. Set aside in a bowl. Wash, peel and chop the peaches into desired size (cubes or slices) and mix with the sauce in the bowl. If using apples, peel and core the apples. Optional step: Allow to marinate in refrigerator for at least 2 hours (overnight or 24 hours is even better!) This step (marinating) is optional, but makes the peaches soften up and absorb the flavors of the sauce better...but you can make this all at once without marinating and it's still good!
1. Sprinkle half of the crumbly crust mixture into the bottom of pie dish or pan of choice (or you can just skip to step 2 and simply put the filling in the pie pan and sprinkle ALL of the crumbly crust mixture on top!)
2. Spoon the filling on top of the bottom layer of crust (or pie pan) evenly. Sprinkle the remaining (or all of) crumbly crust on top of the filling. At this point, you can either (if you have a dehydrator with removable trays that allow tall items to fit) put the whole dish into the dehydrator for an hour or two OR you can serve right away.
07-29-2007, 04:53 PM
That sounds incredible. Thanks for posting the recipe. I definitely have to try this some time. It seems like it would be a good thing to make for SAD people (i.e. when I visit my parents). :)
07-29-2007, 08:33 PM
mmm this sounds like a good food for the autumn too. i wanna make this. ive been craving foods lately that remind me of autumn like cobbler, pumpkin pie, oatmeal cookies, etc.
07-30-2007, 05:46 AM
You are an inspiration:)
I remember the old way of fixing "peach cobbler" and sometimes it makes me smile but now i can fix it and eat it:)
Thanks so much for taking the time to give us your recipe.
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