Here’s an easy peach crisp recipe from our latest cookbook 5 Ingredient Semi-Homemade Meals. You can use fresh or frozen peaches, and the crisp recipe is gluten free since we used almond flour.
Not only is this peach crisp recipe gluten free, it’s free of refined sugar and topped with my favorite no added sugar dairy free ice cream.
Next up, try Dessi’s gluten free chocolate chip cookie recipe, they are so good.
How To Make A Gluten Free Peach Crisp
The neat thing about this peach crisp recipe, is that it could be made with fresh or frozen peaches. I would honestly say frozen is better since the texture is soft and mush, which is perfect for a crisp. Start of by cooking the sliced peaches with a knob of kerrygold butter in a 10 inch cast iron pan.
While the peaches cook down, make the gluten free topping by combing almond flour, oats, maple syrup, and room temperature butter in a large bowl. Use your fingers to mash the oats and flour into the butter. Most crisp recipes are made with all-purpose flour, but swapping out almond flour is easy to do and won;t change the texture of the crisp topping.
Top the cooked peaches with the topping and bake for about 35 minutes, or until deep golden brown. Allow to cool and scoop some no sugar added So Delicious dairy free ice cream over the top. Enjoy!
Can I Use Frozen Fruit To Make A Crisp?
Frozen fruit is actually better than fresh fruit when making a crisp recipe. First of all it’s cheaper, secondly, the texture is soft and mushy because it”s been froze and thawed.
Sometimes ripe peaches or berries don;t get soft enough and exude their juices. You can certainly use them, but if needed go ahead and grab some frozen and organic fruit from the store. Peaches and berries are always on the dirty dozen, I highly suggest buying organic.