As promised from yesterday’s post A Peachy Sunday Morning here is the recipe for Glazed Peaches. It’s dairy free, gluten free, naturally soy free, and sugar free. For the pancake recipe check out Almond-Oat Flour Pancakes. Enjoy, share, and let me know what you think. Happy Monday!
In a sauce pan on medium heat mix for 3 minutes:
- Melt 2 Tablespoons of Coconut oil
- Add sliced peaches
- 1 teaspoon stevia
Add the next ingredient in and stir for 1 minute:
- ¼ teaspoon nutmeg
Add remaining ingredients and simmer on medium heat for 10 minutes:
- ¼ cup Orange Juice
- 1/3 cup Water
Remove from heat and let cool so the sauce can thicken.
For a slightly thicker sauce you can add ¼ teaspoon Xantham Gum
Yummmm, these combinations of flavor sound wonderful.
There you go! Makes a nice peach vinaigrette for summer salads. Let me know how yours turns out:)
this looks perfect for summer- throw in a salad, perhaps? definitely going to try this – i already have all the ingredients too :)
Omg, I do this all the time!!!! Hahaha I feel so much better knowing you do it, too!!
Ever get those moments when you’re so hungry and you’re eating fast where you don’t chew your food down small enough and then it feels like its stuck going down your throat(not like choking though lol). And then to make the food to go down faster you take a sip of water and it just makes it worse and then you panic maybe a little? It happens to me way more than I’d like to admit. Ok done with my embarrassing story.
You’re the expert photographer, so coming from you that means a lot! Thank you!
Isn’t that always the case??
Haha pretty much what I did Patty. Spent less time eating it than I did making it.
Oh me too..if the ingredients or directions list is too long I stay far far away. Probably also why I let my cookbooks collect dust. Seems too daunting to read, I just wanna get to the action ;)
I’ve always been curious about drying stevia leaves and extracting the sweetness from them. Let me know how it goes for you. And bright and cheerful is exactly what I intend Little Bliss Book to be, thank you for picking up on that :)
Great photos, looks delicious!
Oh goodness gracious, this looks fabulous, Rakhi!! I could inhale that whole stack!
Looks so good! And I love that it’s not too complicated, which is essential for me when I cook :)!! xo
That looks yummy, Rakhi! I use stevia, too. Actually grew it last summer, and dried the leaves, but haven’t had the chance to use them much in my cooking, only in teas. I’ll give them a try and see if I can use them in this recipe. Photos are beautiful. Bright and cheerful. Thank you for that! XOXO