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    amazing peach cobbler!


    This Cobbler tastes so good! It has a medium GI, so it makes a great breakfast or after workout treat. Hope you enjoy it!

    Fruit mixture:
    3 or 4 ripe peaches
    1tsp. powdered Stevia (optional)

    Crust mixture
    1 1/3 C old fashioned oats
    1 egg
    2tsp cinnamon
    1-2 Tbsp. Honey
    3-4 Tbsp. Organic butter

    Slice up the peaches and place them on the bottom of a lightly buttered pan, only enough butter to keep the ingredients from sticking to the pan. Or you can spray the pan with non-stick spray. Sprinkle the Stevia over the top of peaches.

    Mix together all of the Crust ingredients and sprinkle on top of the fruit.

    Stick it in an oven preheated to 350, cook it for 25- 30 minutes, until the oats look golden brown and the smell is overwhelming.

    And you have an awesome cobbler!

    I choose to use organic butter because the lipid profile is better than regular butter or margarine and it tastes great!

    This cobbler has 6 servings. The nutrition information below is approximate.

    Whole cobbler
    988 calories

    Carbs: 124
    Fiber: 15
    Sugar: 51
    Protein: 23
    Fat: 48


    1 serving
    165 calories per serving (there are 6 servings)

    Carbs: 21 g
    Fiber: 3 g
    Sugar: 8.5 g
    Protein: 4g
    Fat: 8 g
    Last edited by babywifey; 08-29-2008 at 12:21 PM. Reason: added nutritional info

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    OH that sounds good!
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    This is so getting eaten tomorrow on the beach for my carb-up day.

    THANK YOU!!!
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    That sounds great... Will have to give it a try this weekend.
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    Ya I made some yesterday but I changed it up with blueberries. It was excellent.
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    Hmm, maybe him gettin his wife on AM was beneficial after all... do you do laundry too kidding.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Irish Cannon View Post
    Ya I made some yesterday but I changed it up with blueberries. It was excellent.
    You can substitute the peaches with a lot of different fruits. Apples are are really good too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Usf97j4x4 View Post
    Hmm, maybe him gettin his wife on AM was beneficial after all... do you do laundry too kidding.
    Thanks. I actually do the laundry, but not yours.
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    any idea on the nutrition facts?
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    added nutritional info to the first post.
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    You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to babywifey again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Irish Cannon View Post
    Ya I made some yesterday but I changed it up with blueberries. It was excellent.

    how much blueberries you put in it? i might need to try this tonight
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    Geez, guys, her reputation has risen faster in the few days she's been on AM than mine ever has - I'm always telling her she's way more likeable that me.

    But this cobbler really is great - she just made it up one day and I was like "hey, that would be perfect for breakfast!" And changing up the fruit provides a good variety of options - it's awesome with apples, those blueberries are a great idea, and I've been wanting to try it with blackberries. Thet have some of the antioxidant capacity of the BBs, a little fructose for restoring liver glycogen in the morning, and more fiber than most other fruits.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Resolve View Post
    Geez, guys, her reputation has risen faster in the few days she's been on AM than mine ever has - I'm always telling her she's way more likeable that me.
    ofcourse she has more reps, havent you seen american pie? us men love pie... hot warm pie
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    Quote Originally Posted by Resolve View Post
    Geez, guys, her reputation has risen faster in the few days she's been on AM than mine ever has - I'm always telling her she's way more likeable that me.

    But this cobbler really is great - she just made it up one day and I was like "hey, that would be perfect for breakfast!" And changing up the fruit provides a good variety of options - it's awesome with apples, those blueberries are a great idea, and I've been wanting to try it with blackberries. Thet have some of the antioxidant capacity of the BBs, a little fructose for restoring liver glycogen in the morning, and more fiber than most other fruits.

    thinking of trying a blackberry and blueberry mix tonight
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    Quote Originally Posted by witt51 View Post
    thinking of trying a blackberry and blueberry mix tonight
    So do it. Really easy to make and it's real good. This is going to be a staple in my Friday carb-ups.
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    Motive - you crack me up, man!

    Cannon - Glad you like it so much! BW will be so pleased.
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