Blueberry Peach Dessert {Monkfruit in The Raw}

Real: The Kitchen and Beyond

Very similar to a fruit crisp, Blueberry Peach Dessert leaves you with ZERO sugar guilt and still gives that “I had dessert” satisfaction. Even better it is such an easy dessert to make. Really, I promise! One of my favorite fruit combinations is blueberry and peach. Not only do they scream summer but they look and taste beautiful together. I dare you not to want a spoonful of this summer dessert. But first let me introduce you to my favorite zero calorie sweetener available.
Quick and easy Sugar-free Blueberry Peach Crisp from www.realthekitchenandbeyond.com

I use Monk Fruit in the Raw for this recipe to add a little bit of sweet flavor but no calories. I was introduced to Monk Fruit in the Raw at Eat, Write Retreat. Before that I had never found a sugar substitute I was able to fully enjoy without losing the rich pure flavor of dessert. We sampled it in sugar cookies where there was a ratio of half sugar/half Monk Fruit and in tea. I couldn’t believe the cookies AND tea were made with it as I noticed no aftertaste AT ALL. Usually you can’t fool me.

I love Monk Fruit in The Raw because you can use it on a 1:1 ratio with sugar. It is perfect for cutting the amount of sugar in recipes (i.e., half sugar/half monk fruit), and in most recipes, it does not leave a funny artificial after taste. I don’t recommend using it in homemade whipped cream unless you use sugar substitutes already or don’t mind the taste. So far that is the only thing I found to have a slight aftertaste. If you don’t want to use Monk Fruit just substitute with the same amount of sugar.

Quick and easy Sugar-free Blueberry Peach Crisp from www.realthekitchenandbeyond.com

Blueberry Peach Dessert

Ingredients

  • 10 peaches – peeled and sliced thin (You can use frozen peaches but your dessert will be a bit soupier)
  • 2 cups blueberries, washed, whole – fresh or frozen
  • 2 cups rolled oats
  • 1 cup flour
  • 1/4 cup Monk Fruit in the Raw (or skip if you really MUST but the tiny bit of sweet with 0 calories that it adds is worth it)
  • 1/2 cup butter
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt

Instructions

  1. Pre-heat oven to 375
  2. Place peaches in baking dish – any size 9 x 9 x 3 or bigger works. The smaller dishes do need to be deeper to hold all the fruit.
  3. Layer blueberries on top.
  4. Mix together oats, flour, salt and monk fruit. Mix in butter until crumbly.
  5. Smooth over top of fruit.
  6. Bake for 45 minutes – 1 hour.
  7. Serve warm or cold.
  8. Serves 8

 

Here are some more Monk Fruit in the Raw recipes.

More Favorite Recipes (Not just sugar-free):

Melt in Your Mouth Lemon Lime Bars (My friend calls them THE ONLY Lemon Lime Bar recipe)

The Amazingly Moist Carrot Cake Cupcake

Wink Frozen Desserts – Allergy friendly
Divinely Chocolate Cake – A little big piece of chocolate heaven

You can buy Monkfruit in the Raw:

In the Raw Store

Monk Fruit in the Raw on Amazon

 

Lush Blueberries and peaches make this dessert remind you of all that is summer. With Monkfruit in the Raw being the only sweetener, it is healthier than your average #dessert but still so satisfying

 

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Heather McCurdy writes at Real: The Kitchen and Beyond, where she provides easy, affordable recipes for busy families, allowing women to embrace the budget and spend more time with their families without the guilt of needing perfection.

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