Paleo Peach Cobbler

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Paleo Peach Cobbler

I made a double batch of this paleo peach cobbler recipe on the fly for two 4th of July barbecues last month, and it was such a HUGE hit! Both peach cobblers were completely demolished, so obviously that means I had to share this recipe with you! Summer peaches are my favorite, and this is an easy way to use them in a delicious dessert! This cobbler would also be amazing served with my Dairy-free French Vanilla Ice Cream (store bought works too)!

Do you follow me on Instagram yet? It’s by far my favorite social media platform, and they just introduced a brand new feature called Instagram Stories! Instagram Stories is basically videos or photos that are only available for 24 hours, which are strung together to create a gallery (or story). It’s a great way to get a behind the scenes look into my life, from what I eat during the day (most of which doesn’t make it onto my actual Instagram feed), how I make simple meals, my ninja warrior training, and having fun with my husband! I also reallyyyyy need to clean out my pantry, so I’ll also be sharing what items and brands I keep in my kitchen soon, as I clean it out! 

Anyway, back to this recipe! I kept this paleo peach cobbler recipe super simple, and with as few ingredients as possible, because that’s the only way I do baking! I just know you’re gonna love it!

Enjoy this recipe for my paleo peach cobbler!

Paleo Peach Cobbler

 

 

Paleo Peach Cobbler

 

Paleo Peach Cobbler

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2 Responses

  1. Dave Chiasson
    | Reply

    Kristen, Pirie made this with apricots. We loved it!!! Thank you!!

    • livinglovingpaleo
      | Reply

      So happy you enjoyed it, David! Apricots are definitely one of my favorites! Hope to see you both soon! 🙂

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