Sugar Free Peach and Banana Cobbler Recipe
White peaches and bananas lend their natural sweetness to a cobbler that doesn't contain white sugar.
I halved the recipe. Used whole milk instead of skim. Used honey as my sweetener. Only used 3/4 of a banana. Used half baking soda and half baking powder. Let the fruit mix rest overnight. Garnished with brown sugar and whipped cream. Nobody but me was willing to try it. Parts of it tasted like banana bread where the topping and a banana slice were touching. The peaches were mushy and turning to sauce. There was almost not enough topping to cover the fruit. The only positive I can give it was that it was simple to make.
Whether you use canned, fresh or frozen peaches will probably depend on the time of year. Whatever the season, this homey dessert will bring you praises. Try this favorite from the Betty Crocker Kitchens tonight.
Try using different varieties of peach and see if you find a favorite. Butter is melted in a large 9x13-inch casserole and the sliced, sugared peaches are arranged in the bottom. Sweet baking powder batter is spooned over the top, and the casserole is baked until the cobbler is bubbly and golden.
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