National Peach Cobbler Day happens this week. We are fans of desserts and will celebrate any holiday if sweets are involved!
Spring to us means warmer days and cold nights. It’s the perfect time for warm desserts. Cobblers are wonderful for this season! But the carbs in the topping can be too much for people with blood sugar concerns. That’s why we’re sharing four cobbler recipes with fewer carbs for everyone to enjoy. These recipes are also lower in fat than many regular cobbler recipes. We know that your health goals are important, even when you’re indulging in the sweeter things!
All of these recipes would be best with fresh fruit. However, if fresh fruit is expensive in your supermarket or the produce selection doesn’t look great, you can head to the frozen aisle. Just defrost your fruit and drain as much fluid as possible. You want to make a cobbler, not a soup!
We like this recipe because you don’t have to be a good baker to make it. Not everyone is a wiz in the kitchen. That’s okay. Everyone deserves delicious homemade food! This has just ten minutes of prep work, and it’s just mixing things in two separate bowls before combining. There’s one important thing to note — this recipe is not vegetarian. It uses gelatin. A serving has 151 calories, 7.9 grams of carbs, 4 grams of fiber and 12.7 grams of fat. Get the recipe.
Blackberries are back, but this time they are joined by strawberries and raspberries in this three-berry cobbler. It’s topped with a biscuit-like top that is thick and sweet and also grain-free to keep the carbs low. It has the benefit of being gluten-free! You’ll be thrilled with the results when you make this dish. It’s everything a berry cobbler should be! A serving has 154 calories, 8.3 grams of carbs, 3.9 grams of fiber and 12.1 grams of fat. Get the recipe.
Here’s a peach cobbler if you’re a purest on National Peach Cobbler Day. We love the airy biscuit topping on this cobbler that marries so well with the gooey, syrupy fruit underneath. If you want to use frozen fruit, this is the best recipe to use. But, again, you should thaw and drain the peaches well before using them. A serving has 168.7 calories, 8.9 grams of carbs, 3.4 grams of fiber and 14 grams of fat. Get the recipe.
If you want a crunchy, nutty top instead of a biscuit, look no further! This is a cross between a blueberry cobbler and a crumble, and we love it! This is a delicious and easy cobbler you will find yourself making repeatedly. It’s a good source of healthy fat from the nuts and a delicious way to enjoy blueberries. A serving has 201.7 calories, 9.7 grams of carbs, 3.8 grams of fiber and 17 grams of fat. Get the recipe.
We hope you enjoy these delicious recipes during the cool spring evenings. Summer will be here sooner than you can blink. So let’s enjoy this while we can!