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Healthy Peach Crisp {THM-E, Low Fat, Sugar Free}

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Sweet and tender peaches in syrupy sauce, topped with a chewy oatmeal crust – oh this is sweet perfection! 

I was recently staying at my Mom’s house on vacation. Someone had given her a bunch of fresh peaches – they were very small, but delicious! I knew I wanted to create something with them, and my first idea was a cobbler, but I didn’t have any of the proper flours with me to make an E cobbler. The end result was this delicious peach crisp instead.

There are several great things about this recipe:

  1. There are only six ingredients
  2. There are no special ingredients if you use your favorite on-plan sweetener
  3. It is an E dessert, and we know those are few and far between!

I made mine in the microwave, so it took less than five minutes to put together. Read on below for an oven option.

Healthy Peach Crisp {THM-E, Low Fat, Sugar Free}

  • 1 medium/large peach, sliced 
  • 2 tsp Xylitol 

Topping Ingredients:

  • 1/4 cup old fashioned rolled oats
  • 2 tsp Xylitol
  • 1/8 tsp cinnamon
  • 1/2 tsp baking powder
  • 2 Tbs unsweetened almond milk
  1. In a microwaveable bowl, place sliced peaches and 2 tsp. xylitol. Microwave for 30 seconds to 1 minute, or until peaches begin to form a sauce.
  2. Combine remaining ingredients (oats, xylitol, cinnamon, baking powder and almond milk) and spread on top of peach mixture.
  3. Microwave for 2 minutes.
  4. Top with Fat Free Reddi Whip or Homemade Vanilla 000 Yogurt.


  • If you would rather bake yours in the oven, use an oven safe bowl and bake at 350 for about 10 minutes, or until top starts to turn a golden brown.
  • You can skip the first step altogether and the recipe turns out fine, but I like my peaches syrupy, so I usually cook them a bit first. If omitting the first step, simply toss peaches with 2 tsp. xylitol, then pour the oat mixture on top and microwave or bake.
  • If you do not have Xylitol, you can substitute Erythritol or Pure Stevia Extract to taste. If using Gentle Sweet, I would double the amounts.
  • This makes a great E dessert, snack or breakfast. If having for a snack or breakfast, I would add some extra protein. You could add Collagen to the oat mixture, have Vanilla 000 yogurt on the side, or pair it with any other good E protein source.

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    10 thoughts on “Healthy Peach Crisp {THM-E, Low Fat, Sugar Free}

      1. I have been wanting to try it as a larger size, but I don’t have the measurements yet. I would just times it several times over to make it larger, I think.

    1. I’ve been enjoying this recipe and have made it several times a week lately. I use the peaches from the farmer’s market and pair it with a cup of tea for either an afternoon snack or a before bedtime dessert. Thank you for a lovely E dessert recipe!

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