As soon as I saw Katie’s Peach Breakfast Bake, I was in the mood for Peach crisp. Luckily, I had a couple of fresh peaches sitting in my fridge ready to chop and eat!

Peach Crisp for One

~This crisp for one is based off of my Pick-a-Fruit Crisp. Feel free to substitute your fruit of choice for the peaches. Dairy-free, gluten-free, vegan, and, of course, sugar-free! 

Ingredients

  • 1/2 peach, chopped
  • 1 teaspoon water or juice
  • 1 Tablespoon rolled oats
  • 1 Tablespoon nuts, chopped (I used walnuts)
  • 1/4 teaspoon coconut oil (or butter)
  • pinch of salt
  • optional: spices. I used a pinch or two of cinnamon and chopped ginger.
Preheat oven to 375*. Place the chopped peaches in a small baking dish and cover with the water/juice. In a separate bowl, mix the oat, nuts, oil, salt, and spices. Sprinkle on top of the peaches in an even layer. Bake for 20 minutes or until the fruit is tender and bubbling. You may wish to broil crisp for a few seconds if it is not yet golden.
You may double or triple the recipe as well to make individual crisps for your friends, family, and loved ones.
Health Benefits
  • Peaches: High in fiber, vitamin A, C, and D. Unlike most fruits, peaches contain calcium. They can help ease dry coughs and relieve constipation. They also help the skin stay healthy and adds color to a nice complexion.
  • Oats: Click HERE for a post I wrote about the benefits of oats.

Thought-provoking, mind-prodding question of the day:

What is sitting in your fridge (or cupboard) right now that you really need to use up?

I have about five frozen bananas sitting in my freezer, and about five more ready to go into the freezer! Banana Cream Pie anyone?

 

19 Responses to Peach Crisp for One

  1. Mmmm looks delicious, Alex! :)

  2. looks just like my blueberry pie for one! delish!

  3. I love the single-serving size. A lovely treat =)

  4. I just went shopping so I have a ton of fresh produce in my fridge! So exciting. :-) I love fast desserts like this. Looks fantastic! N

  5. Kim Beaulieu says:

    Looks delicious! Love peach anything. I have bananas I need to use too. Great idea about popping them in the freezer. I just threw out a cantaloupe and cucumbers. Hate to do it but think I had no choice.

  6. Stefanie says:

    That looks crispy and oh so good. I just used up my frozen bananas to make banana bread. :)

  7. I love that this is a recipe for ONE. When I make dessert items, I cannot control myself and I eat it all. So I am always looking for single-serve ideas :)

  8. Yum! I love fruit desserts!

  9. Jess says:

    I need to use up my banana chips from Trader Joe’s..keep forgetting!!

    DELICIOUS looking crisp :D

  10. Lauren says:

    This looks great! I was thinking the same thing when I saw Katie’s post! I love that you can “Pick-A-Fruit” :)

  11. I have a big eggplant that I’m waiting to use up when I have a night to commit to a decent recipe. Also an ear of corn has been in there for so long, but I just haven’t been in the mood to cook anything that takes more than 5 minutes lately! such a shame

  12. I’m seeing peaches everywhere today! This looks delicious. I love single serve treats!

  13. Love peaches! Now I am craving them but don’t have them in my house :( I do have some avocado and hemp seeds to use up before heading out of town :)

  14. bhealthier says:

    Mmmm nom nom send me some of that peach crisp now!! Great recipe!

  15. Jenn says:

    Just made this and my house smells delicious!
    I topped mine with a little plain yogurt and i think it adds a very nice touch; kind of like a la mode style. :)
    Thanks for sharing, i now have a new favorite breakfast!

  16. Cindy says:

    I almost made peach crisp for dessert for the boys this week! it’s peach season so yeah, how perfect is THAT??

    right now I have an avocado and some celery with nothing to do!

    Hmmmmm

  17. teabagginit says:

    hmmm… i go through produce so fast that it really doesn’t have time to go bad! i have canned goods that are nearing their expiration dates, though!

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