Summer is such an amazing time for fruit; stone fruits like peaches are available every week right now. Who doesn’t love cobbler? Like all desserts, most cobblers contain wheat flour and lots of sugar, so this needed renovating to make it a healthy recipe you can still enjoy.
The renovation: I’ve swapped in agave syrup for the sugar, gluten-free flours for the flour, arrowroot powder for the thickening flour, heart-healthy margarine for the butter, and nonfat Greek yogurt for the heavy cream. If you’re vegan, you can use soy creamer or soy yogurt instead of the Greek yogurt. This was originally a Mixed Berry Cobbler recipe found in a Williams Sonoma catalog years ago.
The savory element of the shallots might not work for you. I was inspired by a chutney idea. If you’re feeling adventurous, caramelize a few shallots and just add a touch to the peaches, then taste. You can always use them for another dish. If you don’t like the idea, skip them!
vegan, gluten-free, reduced-sugar, low-sodium diets
extremely low-sodium, low-tyramine, migraine, or paleo diets
Could this be migraine-friendly?
This recipe is tricky, as it’s from my days before I was diagnosed and was eating plant-based. Here’s why this recipe isn’t migraine-friendly:
- Soy creamer or yogurt
- Apple cider vinegar
- Agave syrup
If you have learned that these foods aren’t migraine triggers for you, enjoy!