Recipe Directions

PEACH FILLING

1. Toss peach slices in a bowl with agave nectar, coconut oil, cinnamon, nutmeg, and sea salt.

2. Place mixture in an 8” x 8” x 2” inch square pan. Set aside.

CRUMBLE

3. In a food processor, chop pecans into crumbs. Add dates and vanilla extract and process until mixed well.

ASSEMBLY

4. Loosely place mixture on top of peach filling.

Thedailyraw's Thoughts

By thedailyraw

This is a peachy pecan dream.

It's very simple and delicious.

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This reminds me of a new and improved version of the "Andrew's Peach Cobbler" recipe I submitted a couple of months back. I will make this with walnuts and honey! Very impressive!

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This looks totally scrumptious! I love your photos by the way.

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I'm definitely making this when I restock on nuts. Since peaches aren't in season, maybe some berries with apples would work.

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I'm definitely making this when I restock on nuts. Since peaches aren't in season, maybe some berries with apples would work.

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OMG THIS WAS AMAZING!!! I made it 4 my birthday, & it's 1 if the best things i've ever eaten! Thankyouthankyouthankyou!!!

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I love this recipe--I made it a few weeks ago and am going to make it to bring for easter dinner. Thanks!

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Raw Mamma, were you using a metal dish to make this in? Whenever you leave fruit in a metal dish it starts to taste funny (I used to make an insane amount of fruit pies and learned this the hard way). Glass or ceramic is the best way to go.

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do you soak the dates?

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I made this and it was really tasty. There were too many nuts for my taste, next time I would use half the amount of nuts.

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I just made this with 2 c. walnuts and 1 c. pecans. I used honey as I want to serve it tonight after dinner. I started out with 1/4 c. of honey. The walnuts tasted bitter although I pre-soaked/dried them so I added a glop more of honey. The crust tastes like maple syrup.

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This looks totally scrumptious! I love your photos by the way.

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This reminds me of a new and improved version of the "Andrew's Peach Cobbler" recipe I submitted a couple of months back. I will make this with walnuts and honey! Very impressive!

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Going to take it to a raw brunch Thursday :)

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Rawmama, that is good to know. I eat this as soon as I make it so I hadn't experienced it. Honey would be a great substition for the agave. I am so glad that everyone enjoys this dish. It's one of my favorites. Have a great weekend

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wow that's good to know rawmama! thanks for the heads up!

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Ok, quick question...I left this sit until we were finished with dinner and the peach mixture started to get bitter...I've had this happen before with agave and fruit (I believe I used it on strawberries last time this happened). It did not taste bitter right after I made it, but about 2 hours later it did. Did you ever have this problem? Maybe I should use honey? OR I'll just eat it right away next time because it is a fabulous cobbler ;)

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This is DELICIOUS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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This looks even better than the "real" version of peach cobler!!

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Gonna have to make this one! Thanks!

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Oh my lord, this looks fantastic! It looks and probably tastes like the cobbler my grandma used to make in Georgia.

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Looks delicious!

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