My daughter is fruit obsessed.  She hasn’t met a fruit she doesn’t like and would eat fruit 24/7 if I let her.  Every time we go grocery shopping she asks me to buy peaches.  Now I have nothing against peaches - I love them - but the skin freaks me out so I rarely buy them.  But this last shopping trip I gave in and bought a bunch of peaches.  Keegan loves helping me cook so we decided to treat everyone to a special breakfast treat.  We devoured this dish!  I topped mine with a Homemade Whipped Cream and was in heaven.  This would make a terrific dessert as well!  ENJOY!



  • 5-6 peaches, washed and sliced (you can remove the skins if you’d like)
  • 1/2 cup raw coconut crystals
  • 1/3 cup almond flour
  • 2 tbsp coconut oil, cold
  • 1/4 cup crushed almonds
  • 1 cup old fashioned oats (if you follow a gluten free diet make sure to use gluten free oats)
  • pinch of sea salt


  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Place the sliced peaches in an even layer in a 8×8 glass baking dish.
  3. In a medium bowl, combine the coconut crystals, salt, and the flour. Using your fingers, incorporate the oil until coarse crumbs form - kinda like wet sand.
  4. Mix in the oats and almonds.

    Sprinkle the oat topping on the peaches until evenly covered

  5. Sprinkle the oat topping on the peaches until evenly covered.
  6. Bake until the top is golden and the fruit is tender, about 45 to 55 minutes.

Nutritional Info:

Makes 4 servings.

Nutrients per serving: Calories: 374.5, Cal. from Fat: 163, Total Fat: 18g, Sat. Fat: 8g, Carbs: 50g, Fiber: 6.5g, Sugars: 31.5g, Protein: 7.5g, Sodium: 20mg, Chol: 0mg


Leftovers can be stored in the fridge although the topping will not be as crisp once it’s reheated.

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  1. This sounds wonderful. I love all of the ingredients.

    • Sarah says:

      Thanks! My kids have asked me every morning this past week to make this for them again. It really was super delicious!


  2. Susan says:

    this looks delicious, thank you! My kids don’t like the fuzz when eating peaches whole, but do love the flavor so should love this… I’ve added you to the blog roll on my healthy family eating blog, been following you for a while now! Thanks for the great clean recipes :)

    • Sarah says:

      Thanks Susan!! Funny enough my kids have no problem eating the fuzzy skin of a peach - I’m the only one that doesn’t like it! LOL! In this recipe though you’ll never notice it. The peaches get so soft and juicy and the crumbly top adds a whole other texture.



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