All the measurements are approximations because I didn’t measure anything when I made it, so adjust everything to your liking. Enjoy!

Recipe Directions

1. Dice or slice peaches and set aside in large bowl.
2. In a blender or food processor blend dates, cinnamon, and enough water to get a syrupy consistency.
3. Pour the date syrup over the peaches and let sit in the fridge at least until you are done making the crumble topping. The longer the better.
4. For the crumble topping, blend the almonds, dates, and coconut oil to desired consistency. I like to blend it until it starts sticking together a little.
5. For individual servings scoop peaches into individual bowls and top with the almond crumble topping. For a large dish, leave the peaches in the large dish and spread the almond topping over the top.

Erin's Thoughts

All the measurements are approximations because I didn’t measure anything when I made it, so adjust everything to your liking. Enjoy!

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Carmentina, the first 5 dates are for the syrup, and the 4 dates are for the crumble. But these are just aproximations so you can start out with less and taste to see if you think it needs to be sweeter.

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Can't wait for fresh peaches so I can try this, thank you!

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Q: how many dates should be used for the syrup and how many for the crumble?

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