Recipe by SandiNicol
"My own creation! This recipe is good for diabetics, but can easily be made as a non-diabetic dessert by using real sugar instead of a sugar substitute. This dessert is not super sweet, allowing the natural sweetness of the fruit to come through. If you like sweeter desserts, double the amount of the sugar substitute or sugar. You can use whatever sugar substitute is your preference."
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white peaches, pitted and sliced
I made this recipe as written w/ only 1 exception. I can't do dairy so I sub'd rice milk for the nonfat milk (it seemed the closest in consistency). I didn't have the same problem as the other reviewer w/ the batter being too thick. Mine seemed just like what i would expect. I used agave nectar for the sugar substitute. I only gave this 3 stars b/c I wasn't huge about the bananas. I also thought the cake topping seemed more dense than i would have liked once cooked. I will probably make this again but will do only peaches next time. I will probably also add some nutmeg and will research whether using baking soda instead of powder (or a combo of the two) will fix my issue w/ the topping.
The nutritional breakdown on this recipe intrigued me, and I had some very ripe peaches and bananas which needed to be used soon. I used Truvia for the sugar substitute, and although the peach-banana portion of the dessert was very good, I didn’t care for the cobbler topping. The recipe says to “...pour batter,” but it was so thick, I just had to drop spoonfuls on the top. And that’s OK, but I was disappointed in the taste of the topping. Followed the recipe to the letter, with the exception of using regular Georgia peaches (what I had on hand) instead of white. Really wanted to like this, and although the recipe writer says it's good for diabetics and it may be a compromise that person's willing to make, it's doubtful I’ll make again. I’m the first reviewer, so I don’t want to discourage others from trying, personal taste is always a factor. SandiNicol for sharing your recipe.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Sugar Free Peach and Banana Cobbler
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 26
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