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A simple, 2 Ingredient peach sauce that is ready in 5 minutes. The perfect topping for yogurt or pancakes!
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My favorite healthy carb (“E”) meal is the Trim Healthy Pancakes from the Trim Healthy Mama Cookbook. I love them and my kids love them, so that makes them a double winner in my book! You can make up a big batch of them at the beginning of the week, then pull out 3 at a time on busy mornings. I like to reheat mine by toasting them in my toaster!
I have sometimes made a sugar free maple syrup (you could try this recipe from my friend Rachel), and I have even (gasp) used a sugar free store bought version. (Not a Purist here – just being honest!) But, I honestly prefer them layered with my Copycat Vanilla 000 Yogurt and this delicious Peach Sauce. You won’t even miss the syrup, with this sweet fruit sauce!
This sauce literally takes 5 minutes to make, and it is easy to whip up while your pancakes are cooking! I usually use my microwave (remember the part about me NOT being a Purist?), but you could easily make the sauce on the stove as well. Just keep in mind that it may take longer than 5 minutes if you use the stove method.
So what two ingredients do you need?
2 Cups Frozen Peaches
3 Tablespoons Xylitol (or your favorite on-plan sweetener)
Simply place the peaches and sweetener in a microwave safe container and microwave for 4 minutes in 2 minute intervals, using a utensil to chop the peaches into a sauce. I love my Pampered Chef Mix N Chop tool (pictured below). It chops just about anything up perfectly!
I also make this sauce with strawberries and blueberries. Really, you could use whatever fruit you have on hand. The peaches are an E fuel, but if you used strawberries, this sauce could easily fit into FP mode.
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- 2 Cups Frozen Peaches Or can use fresh
- 3 Tablespoons Xylitol or your favorite on-plan sweetener
Place the peaches and sweetener in a microwave safe container and microwave for 2 minutes, then smash the peaches a bit.
Microwave for two more minutes, then finish mashing the peaches into a sauce.