Warm and juicy peaches baked in a sweet cinnamon sauce with a fluffy buttery topping makes this Keto Peach Cobbler a satisfying dessert that you don’t have to feel guilty about!
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❤️ Why You’ll Love this Keto Peach Cobbler Recipe
- Fresh, sweet and juicy peaches
- Fluffy cobbler topping
- Easy to make
- Family friendly and gluten-free
There are Keto desserts and then there are Keto DESSERTS! This mouth-watering peach cobbler recipe makes the ultimate sweet and indulgent dessert that gives you all those homey, comforting cinnamon smells and tastes you get from a traditional cobbler, without all the sugar and added carbs.
Using just a few simple ingredients, this cobber recipe comes together in just 15 minutes. It's then baked until the filling is hot and bubbly and the topping is a glistening golden brown.
Scoop up a serving and top it with some homemade sugar free whipped cream or your favorite Homemade Keto Ice Cream and no one will ever know it's low carb. It's JUST that scrumptious.
🛒 What’s in Keto Peach Cobbler
- Super fine almond flour
- Unsweetened almond milk
- Monk fruit/allulose
- Brown monk fruit/allulose
- Oat fiber
- Lemon juice
- Baking powder
- Ground cinnamon
- Vanilla extract
- Xanthan gum
*Exact measurements are listed in the recipe card below.
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🔪 How to Make Keto Peach Cobbler
Preheat oven to 350°F.
Peel the peaches, remove the pits and slice into thin slices.
Tip: If your peaches are super ripe and juicy, it's easier to first cut them in half, then peel and slice. Otherwise it could get messy.
Add the peaches to a nonstick skillet, along with the lemon juice, xanthan gum, cinnamon and sweetener.
Tip: Alternatively, you can use an oven-safe skillet and once you cook the peaches, dollop the batter over the top and bake in the skillet instead of transferring to a baking dish.
Bring to a simmer and cook on low for 5 minutes.
Tip: The amount of sweetener that you use with the peaches can vary depending on how ripe and sweet your peaches are. Mine were fairly sweet, so the amount in the recipe was spot on. If your peaches aren’t very sweet, you’ll want to use a little more sweetener.
Remove from the heat and pour into a well-buttered 9 x 9 baking dish.
In a mixing bowl, add in the almond flour, oat fiber and baking powder, whisk until combined.
In another bowl, add in the almond milk, sweetener, melted butter, egg and vanilla extract and whisk.
Pour into the dry ingredients and mix just until combined.
Using 2 spoons, dollop the batter over the peaches and bake for 25-30 minutes or until the top is cooked through and lightly golden.
Serve as is or with a scoop of Keto vanilla ice cream.
Are Peaches Keto? How Many Carbs in Peaches?
Can we just talk about this for a minute? My opinion is almost all fruit can be included in a Keto way of eating, as long you budget for them in your macros for the day and eat them in moderation.
Let’s take blueberries for example. Most everyone knows that blueberries are considered Keto-friendly. But did you know 4 ounces of fresh peaches have approximately 7 net carbs, where the same 4 ounces of blueberries have approximately 9 net carbs?
This example just goes to show that most fruit can be eaten in moderation on Keto without feeling guilty about it. Plus, by adding a little more variety to your diet, it very well may help you stay on track longer.
Can I Used Canned Peaches?
If you love peach cobbler any time of the year and can't wait for peach season to roll around, you can certainly use canned. Just make sure you look on the can for ones that say "No Sugar Added." Make sure you drain them before adding them to the other ingredients.
What is the Difference Between Peach Cobbler and Peach Crisp?
The difference between cobblers and crisps mostly comes down to the topping. Crisps have a loose crumble type topping that often times includes nuts, this is Mixed Berry Crumble.
Cobblers have more of pastry or biscuit type topping like this Blackberry Cobbler.
Should I Peel My Peaches for Cobbler?
Peaches become very soft when they bake and will sometimes turn loose from the peelings. You don't really want peelings floating around in the cobbler, so I always recommended peeling them beforehand.
Do You Eat Peach Cobbler Hot or Cold?
Yes! All kidding aside, I truly can eat it both hot and cold. Most people prefer it nice and warm with a scoop of cream or ice cream over the top. But you can decide which way you like it best!
More Keto Dessert Recipes
- Keto Tiramisu
- Cheesecake with Strawberry Sauce
- Chocolate Lasagna
- Blackberry Cobbler
- Keto Angel Food Cake
- Coconut Cream Pie
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Keto Peach Cobbler
For the Filling
- 5 peaches, peeled and sliced
- 2 tablespoons monk fruit/allulose
- 1 tablespoon brown monk fruit/allulose
- 2 teaspoons fresh lemon juice
- ¼ teaspoon ground cinnamon
- ¼ teaspoon xanthan gum
For the Topping
- 1 ¼ cups super fine almond flour
- ⅓ cup unsweetened almond milk
- ¼ cup monk fruit/allulose
- ¼ cup butter, melted
- 1 whole egg, beaten
- 2 tablespoons oat fiber
- 2 teaspoons baking powder
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- pinch of salt
- Preheat oven to 350°F. Peel the peaches, remove the pits and slice into thin slices.
- Add the peaches to a nonstick skilletsaucepan, along with the lemon juice, xanthan gum, cinnamon and sweetener. Bring to a simmer and cook on low for 5 minutes.
- Remove from the heat and pour into a well-buttered 9 x 9 baking dish.
- In a mixing bowl, add in the almond flour, oat fiber and baking powder, whisk until combined.
- In another bowl, add in the almond milk, sweetener, melted butter, egg and vanilla extract and whisk. Pour into the dry ingredients and mix just until combined.
- Using 2 spoons, dollop the batter over the peaches and bake for 25-30 minutes or until the top is cooked through and lightly golden.
- Serve as is or with a scoop of Keto vanilla ice cream.
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*Nutritional data is provided as a courtesy and is accurate to the best of my knowledge. You can verify it using the nutrition calculator of your choice. All data is based on net carbs, without sugar alcohol- Swerve/Erythritol, Allulose, or Monk Fruit.
NOTE: Recipes using Swerve/Erythritol can be substituted 1:1 with a Monk fruit/Allulose blend.
I was wondering if you could use frozen peaches.
Keto Cooking Christian
I have not tried to use frozen, but I don't see any reason why you couldn't.
Hi Julianne! Before I get to how to peel peaches, I just wanted to mention that I've been scrolling your site for at least 2 hours now and have three things in my Amazon cart from here. I don't remember where I learned it, but you can peel peaches just like you do tomatoes. Slip into boiling water for a minute, give or take, and then into the ice and water bath. Once they're cool, you can slip the skins right off! I came here looking for a cranberry sauce recipe and will be making yours later this week. Thank you for a wonderful site! ~Jackie
Keto Cooking Christian
I am so happy that you're enjoying my site and thanks for the peeling tip. 😊