13 Scrumptious Peach Recipes Under 320 Calories



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Breakfast Recipes. Sweet Potato Waffles with Kale & Egg. A medium peach makes a delish low-cal snack, with only 50 to 60 calories. Peaches also contain 2 to 3 grams of fiber per piece, plus lots of cell-protecting antioxidants. Peachy Ideas.

Healthy Peach Cobbler Recipe. This year, peach season has already inspired ten new recipes at our house, and here’s the first: ten minute peach cobbler! It only works with fresh peaches and is delicious! It’s also fast and easy to make a single serving. If you’re a peach fan, try this recipe!

It’s also grain and added sugar free. These are a delicious and affordable way to enjoy cheese cake in small amounts. You can top the individual tarts with pie filling of your choice but you will need to add appropriate calories. I adapted this recipe from the original of Paula Deen of the food network. Submitted by: ONEREALLYBIGDOG.

In a large bowl, combine peaches, 1/4 cup white sugar, 1/4 cup brown sugar, 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon, nutmeg, lemon juice, and cornstarch. Toss to coat evenly, and pour into a 2 quart baking dish. Making these 50 skinny dinner recipes under 400 calories a part of your evenings for the next 30 days will help you do just that.

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Turn on the oven to 350°F. Mix together 8 peaches, peeled, pitted, and sliced, with 1 pint blueberries or huckleberries, 2 tablespoons lemon juice, 3 tablespoons cornstarch, and 1 cup sugar.

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Mix a cup of pitted halved cherries, a chopped mango, and two chopped peaches in a bowl with a quarter cup of sugar, a half teaspoon of cinnamon, juice from half a lemon, and the zest of the lemon.

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Arrange the peach slices in one layer, cut side down, in the skillets and sprinkle the slices in each skillet with 1 tablespoon of the sugar and J teaspoon of the salt.

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Combine 3 cups of fresh or frozen berries or cherries (small berries can be left whole and larger ones, like strawberries, cut in half) or diced apples with 2 tablespoons of coconut sugar or granulated maple sugar, 1 tablespoon of arrowroot flour, 2 teaspoons of lemon juice, and 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract.

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• Spinach Strawberry Salad: 2 cups spinach, ½ ounce chopped pecans, ¼ cup sliced strawberries, 2 tablespoons light balsamic vinaigrette (185 calories).

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Spread peach chunks onto prepared baking sheet and bake until exuded juices begin to thicken and caramelize at edges of pan, 20 to 25 minutes.

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Substitute 5 ounces strawberries, hulled and sliced thin, 5 ounces blueberries, and 2 peaches, peeled, halved, pitted, and sliced ¹∕ inch thick, for mango, kiwi, and pineapple.

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Spread peach chunks in single layer on prepared baking sheet and bake until exuded juices begin to thicken and caramelize at edges of pan, 20 to 25 minutes.

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To serve, top each peach half with 1 to 2 tablespoons of coconut cream topping and sprinkle with crushed pecans.

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Take nice, fat peaches that are not too ripe, cut into medium-size sections and, like the apples and the fennel, coat them in the batter described in recipe 156.

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  • Enjoy this healthy peach cobbler recipe! and don’t forget to download my FREE Healthy dessert EBOOK: bit.ly/healthydessertebook Thank you for watching <3

  • I haven’t had peach cobbler since my papaw passed away 7 yrs ago. My aunt made one and brought it while he was sick and everyone was visiting. I warmed it up, mashed it, and Nanny fed it to him. It was the last thing I ever did for him before I had to go back home and I just can’t eat it. I love peach cobbler but I can’t eat it still. I haven’t made a banana pudding since then either.

  • I’ve always wondered how to make a peach cobbler, it’s not a dish we get in the UK. Really looking forward to trying to make this one

  • Hi John I made your peach cobbler the best peach cobbler I’ve ever had wow it’s for sure going to be one of our favorites in home my family just loved it thank you so much for sharing this recipe and have a wonderful day ����������������������

  • There’s neither cinnamon, nutmeg, nor tablespoonful of evaporated milk… Still, “Does this version make for unadulterated peach flavor,” I wonder. K, I must make this pie.

  • I love these amazing apricot crumble bars. They are delicious served cold or hot with vanilla ice-cream! Could you try this recipe!! Btw love you and here is the link https://veenaazmanov.com/apricot-crumble-squares/

  • But I wanna use canned peaches so is there a way to use the step with the cornstarch for the filling with canned peaches? (I’d like to make the juice/syrup a bit more thicker than what it is, but make the pie full of flavor you know?)

  • Hello! Thanks for this amazing recipe! �� But I have a problem! The recipe on your link is different from this one on the video! Which one should I follow? ��

  • Similar to what I grew up with, but we use an egg batter (like a thick pancake batter). It is a fluffier version, but excited to try this. The crisp crust will pair well with ice cream.

  • As a mostly Paleo eater, I love all your recipes. No reason to have to skimp on anything just to eat healthy! This looks so good, thank you!

  • I love all of your recipes! My brother is turning 16 in September, he loves and plays basketball and his favourite cake is chocolate/coffee/ice cream. Any ideas on how to decorate(basketball theme) I’ve seen a lot in round ball shoe basketball cakes but I want to do something more layered.. let me know!

  • Hi guys, I have a question: in the recipe on the blog it says that 1 piece of the pie has around 250 kcal. Anyone knows how big is a “piece”? Is it 1/8 of the pie, or 1/10?

  • Hi John. Just saw your latest post on your baby goats. I thought for names you might consider Ganache for the dark brown one and Cajeta for the caramel colored one. (mexican goat dulce de leche)

  • I have so many peaches at home and what a coincidence that I was thinking what to do with them, and then this popped in! love this recipe by th way:( good work liv >3

  • My favorite kind of pie!!! I love watching his videos, I get annoyed or bored easily and I have just found his so delightful to watch. Big compliment from me believe me lol

  • I remember in a previous video, you referenced Molly Shannon’s character, Joyologist, Helen Madden (Ahluvit ahluvit ahluvit!). So in my head cannon, 11:30 was making reference to another iconic Molly Shannon character, Mary Catherine Gallagher from the door slamming scene in Superstar! ^_^ HORRIBLE!!!

  • Hi, I tired making your vanilla cake, it was good but the vanilla I used lost it’s flavor, do you know of a good quality vanilla that wont lose it’s flavor?

  • John, I love your receipt! However, I got confused when I added the water into my flour. You said 1/3 cup of water, but the vedio shows 1 cup of water. The receipt links shows 1/3 tbsp water. I ended up added 1 cup of water. My pastry turned out too wet��

  • Admire you kitchen layout, stove and copper-ware collection.
    (Less whispering would make it easier to hear you.)
    Better lighting and a little “mood” and you can be the Gay Nigella Lawson.

  • I make a children’s channel on YouTube that has stories and stories and religious and cultural questions that I wish you would participate in and encourage me

  • Do you take requests? Looking for a poppy seed roll. I’ve seen a lot of videos but all of them the cake part looks dry. Girl friends family is Polish and I would like to surprise her with one that isn’t dry. Loving all of your videos.

  • I’ve gotta say, he is one of the calmest and really the best chef to learn from. Also, this one is absolutely amazing to look at!!

  • My mom used to put fruit/berries in a ceramic bowl and top with half a recipe of a layer cake. She would serve by spooning out by turning spooned portion upside down so fruit on top. She would serve warm with hard sauce or ice cream. I still make this but I have used a different layer cake recipe, but still reminds me of her making this treat for me during those summer months.

  • Looks delicious but can you do a peach cobbler? My mom (who has passed} made the best but unfortunately I don’t have her recipe. Can you, please???:-)

  • I really enjoyed watching the video of this pie as well as the peach cobbler. It reminded me of my childhood. My grandfather had an apple and peach orchard in the mountains of Virginia when I was growing up, so summer was the time for pies, crisps and cobblers as well as canning and freezing. Homemade peach ice cream was a favorite treat. My pie crust recipe is similar but uses vinegar instead of lemon juice, and the effect is essentially the same since they are both acidic (acetic acid versus citric acid). If you don’t have fresh lemons, vinegar does well. While cinnamon is good, nutmeg is a really nice variation for addition to peach pies and cobblers, very addictive. A trick that works well for peeling peaches and tomatoes as well is to place them in boiling hot water for about a minute. If the peaches are ripe, the peels will slip off in your hands with mild rubbing, and the peaches are not noticeably cooked in the process.

  • I just picked some fresh peaches from the farm yesterday. I’ve never made pie so this seems prone to fail but I’m going to try this recipe tomorrow. Wish me luck!

  • Wow as I watch this video, this is the same recipe I was taught and it is an OLD recipe!! The one change I made was to add Tahitian Vanilla with Rum OH MY it was awesome.

  • Just made this with my sister. TO DIE FOR. SO good! Thank you for sharing your recipe. Super easy to make:) definitely going to be our go-to dessert this summer!

  • I am sure EVERYTHING you make is lovely without my addition…but I dare you to make another pie and add some ginger at least 1/2 t. If you’re really feeling great, add some minced candied ginger, too.

  • I always see your videos and they are really amazing with a delicious recipes and i mostly try your recipes they are super amazing( love from india)

  • Thanks for watching! See below for links to the full recipes from the video:
    0:02 Blackberry-Peach Cobbler Bars http://www.myrecipes.com/recipe/blackberry-peach-cobbler-bars
    1:10 Chicken and Peach Flatbreads https://www.cookinglight.com/recipes/chicken-and-peach-flatbreads
    1:37 Blueberry Peach Upside Down Cake https://www.myrecipes.com/recipe/blueberry-peach-upside-down-cake
    2:27 Pickled Peaches https://www.myrecipes.com/recipe/pickled-peaches-1
    2:53 Peach-Ricotta Cheesecake with Pecan Crust http://www.myrecipes.com/recipe/peach-ricotta-cheesecake-pecan-crust
    4:15 Shrimp and Peach Salad http://www.myrecipes.com/recipe/shrimp-and-marinated-peach-salad-with-blue-cheese
    5:00 Vegan Coconut Cream Tart with White Peaches http://www.myrecipes.com/recipe/vegan-coconut-cream-tart-with-white-peaches-and-blueberries
    6:08 Pan-Grilled Chicken with Peach Salsa http://www.myrecipes.com/recipe/pan-grilled-chicken-peach-salsa
    6:32 Brown Sugar-Cinnamon Peach Pie https://www.myrecipes.com/recipe/brown-sugar-cinnamon-peach-pie
    7:27 Fruit Crumble for One https://www.myrecipes.com/recipe/fruit-crumble-for-one
    7:46 Peach and Fennel Salad https://www.myrecipes.com/recipe/peach-fennel-salad-pecorino
    8:20 Peach Ice Cream https://www.myrecipes.com/recipe/summertime-peach-ice-cream

  • Please please please make a video about your china collection! You have the most beautiful Herend and Meissen pieces! Thank you and love your videos.

  • I made this today and it turned out so GOOD. It was my first time making pie and im just obsessed with this. Thanks for the recipe ��

  • I just made this tonight for my Family and it turned out ahh-mazing! My kids and my girlfriend are beginning to think I’m a master baker thanks to you John, thank you so much.

  • When I watch your videos I feel like you’re a friend giving me baking advice, and not a YouTube star. It’s one of the reasons I love your videos ❤️ Also, incase no one has told you today you’re a beautiful, creative soul! And we appreciate your videos so much.

  • Hi John, Im a big fan, foodie and YouTuber. Goes without saying that I love your recipes and your kitchen is amazing. I know the channel is all about cooking and food but would you mind sharing your video and lighting setup? I really love the look and colours of your videos, props to whoever set it up.

  • John… I love you! But you and your TOSs (Treats of Satan) must begone! I’m mostly keto and have given up sugar. And then I see this recipe. It was delicious!!! Thank you! I have been binging your channel since I discovered you last week. Any chance you can discuss healthy sugar substitutes and how they might affect the textures of some of your recipes? I have always loved baking and your recipes look divine. But I want to live well into my 90s or beyond and sugar (lets face it) is not conducive to that goal. Anywho, love your smiling good-nature and your informative how-tos. Thanks so very much! ��

  • I have been waiting for John’s peach cobbler recipe in like forever! The best peach cobbler recipe so far! Tried and Tested.. thank you!!!!

  • Looks good, but growing up (and now as well) my family’s from the South and we top ours with a pie crust lattice with the pan lined with pie crust. (And no, it isn’t just a large peach pie!)

  • I so love, love both you and your recipes, but I’m a bit disappointed there are hardly any ingredients mentioned in the metric system any longer ��, cups and such just are too difficult for me to convert… Please consider to reconsider, dear, sweet John… Much love from Belgium ❤️������❤️

  • Saw this video this morning and coincidentally, I still have 3 peaches on the countertop. Made half of the recipe and it turned out to be an instant favorite of my very picky girls. Thank you so much!

  • How interesting. I’m never seen a cobbler made with putting the topping on the bottom. I’m definitely going to try this. Thanks ��

  • always looking forward to ur healthy desserts videos. theyre all super simple n healthy this one included! cant wait to make this! thank uu❤️

  • Hi! I’m from Monterrey, México ����And I really love all your videos! I never used to cook, I was afraid to use the oven, I thought everything was going to burn, but since I started watching your videos I have been fascinated, Your recipes have been perfect for me. There is no other youtuber so perfect! I love how you explain everything, I send you a huge greeting ����I hope one day you can come to Mexico

  • Oh…my…goodness!�� I love this ��. Will be trying out this twist and see if we like it better then our original recipe��. �������� I just love all your pies �� ��.

  • I love your videos! I find them so informative and easy to follow. This year my school had a cake decorating contest and thanks to your wonderful videos I won!!

  • Hi friends! Hope everyone gets to make this delicious cobbler. The recipe has 3/4 cup of sugar (150g) mixed in with the dry ingredients, but it acceidentally got cut out of the final video! Happy Baking!

  • Just made this! It was delicious! However I will say for those making this: really make sure your thickened juices are VERY thick like his are in the video. I didn’t let mine get thick enough so my pie just falls apart when cut. If you want your slices to stay slice shaped, don’t panic and take them off the heat early like me��

  • Your recipes are the best! I have a request… my 80 year old mom talks about an almond tiramisu that she had once. I would love to make it for her birthday in October and I know you would know how to make the best one. Please consider this for an upcoming video. Thanks for considering!

  • My best friend just found out she is ridiculously intolerant to anything with gluten in it and is addicted to cake. I really want to bake a great gluten free chocolate cake for her birthday in September. Do you have any recipes for gluten free cake?

  • This is in the same style of peach cobbler that my grandmother always made; melted butter, batter, peaches, don’t stir, bake. When she would take it out of the oven, she would then sprinkle granulated sugar on the top while it was still hot to give it a sparkle.

  • For people over 21: When I have fruit pie (or cobbler) alamode I like like to pour a small amount maybe half a tablespoon of liquor, either a rum or a brandy over the top of the ice cream so that it runs down the side in rivulets into the pie or cobbler. I like to use hard liquor in very small amounts as a garnish. I never just drink it straight up. I loathe alcoholics and despise people who get drunk. If its a chocolate cake or fudge brownie alamode I might use creme de menthe or a coffee flavored liquor.

  • It’s a pleasure to watch your videos and to make your recepies.
    Do we have to pre cook pie doughs? I watched your other video and I’m not sure what is best to do

  • You don’t know how great you are to watch during this quarantine time. So encouraging and relaxing. I’m binge watching your videos, thanx for a breath of fresh air! And, LOVE your recipes. ⚡️��⚡️

  • I love that you didn’t add any forms of sugar to it! This looks delicious! I also love that you put the ingredients list in the description! Thank you for this! ♥

  • Sooooo… I’m watching this video without ANY sound bcos my family is sleeping alreadt and i just read the subtitle to know what he’s saying, and funny enough because I CAN TOTALLY HEAR HIS VOICE IN MY MIND.

    Am i weird? Lol maybe i just binge watched so many of John’s video to the point where i can hear his voice even when i’m just reading the subtitle ������

  • I looked up this recipe because I have peaches that I have to use before they go bad. John, this recipe looks delicious. I’m so thank for this recipe. Take care. xoxo

  • I learned how to make peach cobbler this year I drop the peaches in hot water for about 2 minutes then dunk them in a bath of ice water and the skin falls right off.

  • amazing video girly! I just discovered your youtube channel, and I’m a new subscriber! I’d love it if we could support each other and be youtube friends ����