Peach Cobbler

What am I thankful for this week? Hmmm…so much. I want to make a habit of giving God the glory for everything, however small it may seem. This week I finally got on a healthy schedule. I am a terribly habitual night owl, but when I get on a regular early to bed early to rise schedule I feel better, have more energy, and get more done. A recent change in my routine simply will not allow for fatigue, so praise the Lord for the discipline it takes to break a night owl’s habit.

In some of my past posts I have mentioned how incredibly easy it is to throw together a cobbler. As summer officially ends next week (not too happy about that) I decided to close the season with a traditional based peach cobbler recipe. The topping can be used on any fruit or can be eaten on its own.

Keeping a high raw and whole foods lifestyle can seem overwhelming, but with recipes as simple as this one, it does not have to be. If you have presoaked and dehydrated oat groats on hand then you are all set.

Cobbler Topping
1 c oat groats
1 c golden flax
1/4 c olive oil*
1/4 c honey
1/4 t Celtic Sea salt

Grind the oat groats, flax seeds, and salt (I use course ground salt) into a flour. In a mixing bowl combine flour, olive oil, and honey until crumbly.

Cut fresh peaches into cubes, top with cobbler crumble, and enjoy. To take this one step further up the delicious scale add vanilla ice cream. Oh so yum!

Next week: mozzarella and sun-dried tomato pizza.

*If you do not care for olive oil use coconut oil. Although olive oil seems to have a strong flavor it is surprisingly awesome in this recipe and not strong at all. Be sure to always use organic extra virgin cold pressed olive oil in a dark bottle. I’ll explain why in a future post :)

18 Responses to Peach Cobbler

  1. I think I will soak some OG oat groats and dehydrate them. Now I get it! You can grind them later!! I was thinking all wrong :)
    Thanks for helping me clarify how to do this :)

  2. I am right there with you on the whole night owl problem..and I completely relate on how sleep makes the difference in a day!! good luck to you on your quest-I will pray! this recipe sounds great. where do you get your oat groats?

  3. Molly, currently I purchase oat groats in the Whole Foods bulk section. There are several places that sell them online as well. Just double check to make sure they are raw and organic : )

  4. Mmm. My this looks so yummy! We just bought fresh peaches yesterday. We are always looking for a good healthy dessert recipe! This recipe need to be made at our house very soon:-)

  5. Hannah,

    I’m new to raw food. I do have a dehydrator but have only used it twice and they things I made didn’t turn out good.

    I read in your other post that you normally soak overnight and if it was a different amount of time needed you’d notate it, so I’m going with the overnight rule for oat grouts but …how long and what temp do I dehydrate them for?

    I truly love eating raw but am finding it hard to navigate recipes and such. This is a blessing – Thank you SO MUCH!

  6. I would definitely soak the groats, too. Since the ones in bulk have been steamed or something to where they won’t germinate, I have found a good alternative source. They also have a LOT of other organic sprouting grains and seeds:

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