Peach Pancake Cobbler

by Leanne Vogel (Healthful Pursuit) on April 3, 2011

Kevin and I love our breakfasts.

When we first started dating I would soak flax, oats, millet, and quinoa in a pot overnight and cook them up in the morning with some apple juice and maple syrup.

A couple of months later we were addicted to cinnamon buns.

Then, it shifted to porridge.

Then, french toast…

We went through an omelet phase that I swear lasted a year.

With 3 weekends of peach cobblers under our belt, it’s safe to say that this is our new favorite breakfast.

I have every intention to put cashew cream sauce [vegan "cream cheese" icing made with cashews] on top but forget every time.

I was halfway done yesterdays breakfast when I remembered that darn sauce. I stopped eating, grabbed the camera, took a picture, and resumed.

Sure, there’s no background and the quality sucks, but at least I got a picture.

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Peach Pancake Cobbler

Vegan, Gluten free, Dairy free, Yeast free

Fill your morning with sticky peaches, enveloped in a sweet “cream cheese” sauce. The pancake topping is grain free and sugar free, with a light vanilla flavor.

Ingredients

Pancake mix

  • 1/2 cup almond flour
  • 1 tbsp ground flax seed
  • 1/4 cup non dairy milk – I used almond milk
  • 1 tbsp coconut oil, melted
  • 1 tsp vanilla
  • 1/4 tsp baking soda
  • 2  medjool dates, pitted

Cobbler filling

  • 2 peaches
  • 3 tbsp coconut sugar – brown sugar can be used too
  • 1 tsp cinnamon
  • 1 tsp vanilla
  • 1 tsp arrowroot

Top with: cashew cream sauce

Directions

  1. Preheat the oven to 425F. Generously oil two 1 cup ramekins with coconut oil and set aside.
  2. In a medium sized bowl, combine sliced peaches coconut sugar, cinnamon, vanilla, and arrowroot. Mix gently and divide into prepared ramekins. Bake for 10 minutes.
  3. Remove from oven and reset to 375F.
  4. Meanwhile combine all pancake mix ingredients in your blender and blend on high until smooth.
  5. Pour batter over top of each ramekin and return to the oven for 35 minutes or until topping begins to crack.
  6. Serve warm with cashew cream sauce.

Makes 2 – 1 cup servings.

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I die every time.

I can’t wait to try a strawberry rhubarb version! The opportunities are endless!

Do you have a favorite breakfast?

What was your favorite breakfast as a kid?

I loved Lucky Charms, but my parents only bought it when we were on summer holidays.

For every other day, my favorite was oatmeal + brown sugar.

Do you make an effort to have breakfast everyday?

Heck yes! I have a smoothie in the morning before the gym and follow it up with some of this.

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Jess@HealthyExposures

Ahhh this looks sooo amazing. I definitely go through “ohases” with my breakfasts, too. I usually enjoy putting a little more effort into it on days I don’t have to be out of the house by 7, but lately I’ve just been all about plain old cereal! And yes; absolutely every day I have breakfast. I’d be a monster otherwise.

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Leanne (Healthful Pursuit)

I think one of the first posts I read of yours was putting pancakes on mini dishes. You totally inspired this one, Jess! I’d be a monster too… for about an hour, then I’d just pass out in the fetal position under my desk. I get so tired and groggy when I haven’t had breakfast!

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Ellen Drinkwater

What’s an ohase?

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Leanne (Healthful Pursuit)

ohase? I’m not sure I know what you’re asking Ellen but let me know and I’ll do my best to answer your question!

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Jess@HealthyExposures

An ohase…it’s the rage these days, don’t you know?!
Heh… just kidding. An ohase would be my terrible typing abilities while trying to say “phase.” I should learn to proofread more carefully ;) Sorry about that!

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Leanne (Healthful Pursuit)

haha fail. Wordpress isn’t very good for telling you what reply is for what comment. I got totally confused by Ellen’s comment! I can see clearly now…

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Averie (LoveVeggiesAndYoga)

You totally outdid yourself!!!! Amazing work!!! :)

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chelsey @ clean eating chelsey

Oh Lord – this looks amazing! I eat breakfast every day, but it’s usually just oatmeal. When I was younger, my mom wouldn’t buy us the sugary stuff. Once in a blue moon she would buy us Reese’s Puffs. Although Pop Tarts were a staple in my home. Now that I’m older my mom always says she regrets feeding us “that crap”.

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Leanne (Healthful Pursuit)

At least you didn’t have sugar stuff all over the house all the time!

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Tara @The Game of life

Yummy!! I always eat breakfast, but it’s always oatmeal!! I gotta start branching out! When I was younger I ate alot of powdered donuts and poptarts!! LOVED POPTARTS!!

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Leanne (Healthful Pursuit)

My sister was big into poptarts, but she’d never heat them up. I thought it was so weird!

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Carrie (Moves 'N Munchies)

HUBBABUBBA!!! this looks amaze.. as always!! i always have breakki!! im starvin marvin when i wake up! when i was little i would eat leftover kraft mac and cheese for breakfast sometimes… im happy to say that times HAVE changed!

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Leanne (Healthful Pursuit)

I was totally guilty at the mac n’ cheese in the morning when I was a kid. It’s so good cold!

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Faith @ lovelyascharged

I have a feeling that “cream” sauce absolutely made it! I was a Lucky Charms addict too! Such great sugary stuff!

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Leanne (Healthful Pursuit)

Oh it toootally did. I’m so happy I froze the leftovers in 5 little containers. That sauce is good on just about everything! I liked the Lucky Charms for the marshmallows. My sister would get so mad when she’d get to the box and all the marshmallows were missing bahaha

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Stacy @ LoveDiscoveryGratitude

For years, eating variations of oatmeal for breakfast has been my thing. With all sorts of stuff on top (this is definitely the meal with the most calories in my day, haha). Or I have been eating poached eggs on anything (mostly toast). Yummm :) ..and it is a requirement for me to eat breakfast, otherwise I am such a grouch! lol

Oh gosh, as a child I’m sure it was sugary cereal. Captain Crunch was my favorite!

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Leanne (Healthful Pursuit)

I had a huge craving for poached eggs last night, which is weird… because I’ve never had them before. Could you imagine eating oatmeal without the toppings? ick!

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Kristina @ spabettie

Leanne, HOW do you forget the beloved cashew cream? :D

I am now calling you the Breakfast Genius. this looks absolutely sinful – comfort breakfast at its best!! I do make breakfast every day, and weekends are for things more elaborate than my weekdays – I will make this next weekend, perhaps? peach is one of my favorite fillings for a cobbler…

I go through phases in general with food… I make something we love and we want it all the time… currently it’s salads for me (sometimes even for breakfast!) and a veggie quinoa burger for Jason! :)

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Leanne (Healthful Pursuit)

I have no idea. I asked myself that very question all 3 times! After making my 4th breakfast recipe for my blog this week… I realized I make a lot of breakfasts. haha I guess you could say I’m a breakfast all day kinda gal.
Salad for breakfast? I couldn’t do it. What do you put on it? Just a regular salad?

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Parsley Sage

I’m so naughty about having breakfast. I have to have a cup of coffee in the morning and I kill it with cream so my tummy is like ‘pick one…breakfast or coffee, not both.’ Often, I make the wrong choice. You’ve got so many great recipes for breakfast stuff tho…I think maybe you can help convert me :)

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Leanne (Healthful Pursuit)

Ouch, I can imagine your tummy isn’t too happy when you chose the coffee! It’s so tough though, I understand completely. I hope you can be converted!!

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Jeff

Ah Peaches… Now I really feel like spring is just around the corner! Your photos are just amazing. I may need to e-mail you for some tips! Just keep them coming!

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Leanne (Healthful Pursuit)

Minus the 12 inches of snow we had yesterday, I totally agree with you, spring is coming! For sure – I look forward to your email!

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Stefanie @TheNewHealthy

This looks fantastic! I have to have breakfast every morning or else my tummy hates me! It’s grab and go Monday through Friday – but I definitely take more time on the weekends! :)

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Alaina Rose @ Sweetness of Life

Wow! That looks so amazing. I think I might be a little bit in love with you, I hope that’s ok! Breakfast is my favorite meal of the day! And I love getting new ideas for things to make so thank you!

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Happy When Not Hungry

Wow this looks delicious! I love the flavors in this too. Yum!

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Amy

This looks delicious! I love that it is healthy as well, you would feel good eating this for breakfast! I am going to add this to my recipes to try list!

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Heather @Gluten-Free Cat

You now have me longing for summer even more!
Favorite kid breakfast? Cheerios drizzled with sweet amber honey. I still think I invented Honey Nut Cheerios, but no one will believe me. ;)

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Leanne (Healthful Pursuit)

That sounds like an awesome breakfast. I don’t think I’ve ever tried cherrios like that before! I’ll believe ya :) When I was a kid I was convinced I’d invented banana chips haha

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Joy

This is beautiful and perfect for a lazy Saturday morning when I can putter in the kitchen and make breakfast into a beautiful event.

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kate@ahealthypassion

I am drooling this is the most amazing breakfast idea I have ever seen!

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Liz

Wow, I could really go for this!!! What a delicious breakfast idea :)

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Sara @CaffeIna

We love peaches! I’m sure that after trying this cobbler we will be going through a peach pancake cobbler phase too :)

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torviewtoronto

healthy cobbler would be delicious dessert and would be nice for breakfast

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Jenny (Fit Girl Foodie)

I always look forward to what you’re going to put next. The peach cobbler looks amazing! My favorite breakfast is definitely oats, hot or cold. If I don’t get them I get real cranky lol

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Cookin' Canuck

What a fun idea! This dessert is so tempting.

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Peggy

This sounds like it could totally be my new favorite breakfast!

I know that right now, life just gets too busy sometimes, and all I have time for is a granola bar out the door… but I think I’m going to have to slow it down and have one of these soon!

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Leanne (Healthful Pursuit)

Same with me. I cannot manage to make creative breakfasts during the week. My go to is a smoothie + granola once I get to work. It’s great that you grab something while you’re heading out the door!

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RavieNomNoms

How cute! They look awesome…and I am such a fan of peach cobbler…yummmm!

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Lori

Love it! This looks and sounds fabulous! I do love breakfast so…I just need to wake up earlier (or get more organized)!

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Claire

Yum, yum, yum! What a healthy and delish breakfast/dessert idea!

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The Farmers Wife

That sounds amazing! Congrats on the top 9!

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Averie (LoveVeggiesAndYoga)

Top 9…Congrats!

Btw, do you “submit” stuff to them, or do they just randomly choose? I’d love to be a Top 9 one day. In my next lifetime maybe :)

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Leanne (Healthful Pursuit)

Thanks Averie – I just post my recipes on foodbuzz and then I guess people buzz me and I get chosen. Good luck in hitting top 9 one day [in this lifetime!]. I find it’s very, very sporadic.

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Sandy@EverydaySouothwest

This really looks delicious. I love peaches! Everyday Southwest is having a sort of “peach round- up” for Mother’s Day, I’d love to include this dish with a link to your website and your photo.
With your permission, of coarse.

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Leanne (Healthful Pursuit)

Of course Sandy, feel free to use my recipe with link. Thanks for adding me to your event!

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Lindsey @ trail to Train

THis look sooo good!
I’m a breakfast addict! I’m huge on my homemade granola soaking in AlmonD Milk now but when I was in High School, I was notorious for scarfing down leftover dinner for breakfast. I had 3rd lunch all through high school and it was mean and cruel and they wouldn’t let us eat until lunch. So, I subsided on leftover pot roast, casserole, anything I could get my hands on.

At the age of 4, when I would ride on the back of my Dad’s motocycle with their little group of riders, we would go to a dinner and little me, under sized and under weight, would order “the hungry man’s breakfast”…and a piece of homemade pie…and finished the whole thing.

I tell you all this make it clear, I AM TOTALLY A BREAKFAST PERSON! What it is dosen’t matter, I just need to have it! ;)

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Leanne (Healthful Pursuit)

oh my goodness! I can’t believe you ate the hungry man’s breakfast when you were 4! I had quite the appetite growing up too. When I got home from school I would make 5 grilled cheese sandwiches at around 3pm and eat them before dinner at 6pm. I swear that it contributed to my height. The more you eat, the taller you are! At least that’s what I thought when I was a kid.

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Joy

That looks wonderful.

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katherine

I’ve been dying to make ever since you posted it….and oh my goodness was it good! It was such a nice mix up from a regular old pancake meal. I can’t wait to make it again…and again…and again :)

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Leanne (Healthful Pursuit)

I’m glad you liked it Katherine!

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Kelly

Mmmm this looks and sounds incredible! Love all the ingredients, I can’t wait to try this :) Thanks so much for sharing!

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Joanna

Hi there! This recipe sounds delish and I was hoping that you might add it to my Easter and Spring Linking Party to share with my readers. If you are interested, you can go here http://bakedbyjoanna.blogspot.com/2011/04/easter-linking-party.html to enter. Thanks!

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katie

These look amazing as ever!!!! I might have to make a strawberry combo like this!!!!

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Leanne (Healthful Pursuit)

Good idea. I tried a strawberry rhubarb filling and it turned out fantastic!

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Jenny (Fit Girl Foodie)

Your food always looks amazing! I am drooling over this peach cobbler. Growing up I was a huge cereal junkie. Cookie Crisp and Captain Crunch all day haha Now I’m oatie ;D

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Tori (Fresh Fruition)

Wow this looks so amazing. Warm fruit is perfect!

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kristen

Would there be any other flour close to substituting for this?? THanks :)

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Leanne (Healthful Pursuit)

You could try regular wheat flour. You may have to adjust depending on how liquidy it becomes. Another approach is that you could just take pancake mix. Make it according to the instructions and pour it over top of the peaches. Good luck!

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sarolabelle

Is the strawberry version on this website? How would we make a strawberry version of this?

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Leanne Vogel (Healthful Pursuit)

I bet you could just replace the peaches with strawberries and you should be good :)

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Karen Williams

Do you know of a substitute for the dates?

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Leanne Vogel (Healthful Pursuit)

Hi Karen – I bet you could use something like honey, maple syrup or agave nectar.

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Vienna

Great breakfast! Sadly, I used peaches from the grocery store, didn’t taste them first, and they ended up being subpar. But, the batter was so good it saved the day! Next to try…your apple version! (and will screen the apples first)

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