No-bake raw vegan peach cobbler recipe

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Recipes by Jenne Claiborne

Too hot to turn on the oven but craving a healthy sweet treat? Try this no-bake raw vegan peach cobbler recipe from Sweet Potato Soul.

The beauty of no-bake desserts is that they can often double as great breakfasts. My no-bake desserts are almost always completely raw. I love combining nuts, seeds, and fruit -both dry and fresh- to create healthy, vegan and gluten-free treats. No-bake desserts can be enjoyed all year round. I loathe to turn my oven on in the summer heat, and though baked goods are a comforting pleasure in the cooler months, no-bake treats are usually much healthier and easy to make.

Next to watermelon, my favorite summer fruit is the juicy peach. Peaches are delicious, and incredibly versatile. I use them in everything from salad dressings to desserts, like this fantastic no-bake recipe for peach cobbler. It’s a stellar dessert, and a delightful breakfast.

For dessert, enjoy this cobbler with vegan ice cream (Coconut Bliss is my favorite), and for breakfast serve it along with vegan yogurt and berries. So yummy!

Raw Peach Cobbler

(Feel free to substitute mango, berries, apples or pears for the peaches. Or even mix multiple fruits!)

serves 4

  • 4 ripe peaches, sliced 1/4 inch thick
  • 2 tsp maple syrup (optional, if your peaches aren't as sweet as you'd like)
  • 2 tbsp fresh squeezed orange juice
  • 1 vanilla bean pod
  • 1 1/2 cup pecans
  • 1/2 cup Medjool dates, pitted and chopped
  • dash of cinnamon
  • pinch of sea salt 

In a large bowl add maple syrup, orange juice and the seeds from half of the vanilla bean to the sliced peaches. Toss well to coat.

In food processor, pulse pecans, dates, the seeds from the other half of the vanilla bean, cinnamon and salt until a hearty nut crumble is left. Add this crumble to the sliced peaches, toss lightly, then spoon into a pie dish to serve. 

About the Author

Jenne Claiborne

Jenné Claiborne is a health coach, vegan chef and cooking instructor based in New York City. She helps her clients unleash their inner vegan- that vibrant, confident and healthy part of themselves- with delicious, beautiful and nourishing food. On her vegan food blog, Sweet Potato Soul, she shares delicious healthy recipes inspired by her Southern upbringing and world travels. She also has a vegan cooking show on Youtube. Follow Jenné on Facebook, Twitter, Youtube and Pinterest.

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