Peach Breakfast Cobbler

It’s peach season here in Texas.  There are peaches every where and while we have our fill of peaches now, I know that in just a month or so  we will love the taste of fruit and need the convenience of a grab-and-go breakfast.

This peach breakfast cobbler is easy to make in a big batch, is super filling – packed with whole grains, low-sugar – and they freeze marvelously.  Meaning you can make them now and eat them later.

peach cobbler

Single Serving Fruit Cobbler

Ingredients Needed:

  • 3 Large Peaches – diced, with the skin on.  Keep all that good fiber!
  • 3 Cups of uncooked Rolled Oats.
  • 1/4 cup of Ground Flax Seed (or Chia Seeds).  They are full of brain food omega-3s.
  • 1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon
  • 1/8 teaspoon of salt
  • 2 Tablespoons of brown sugar (we usually skip it, but if you like it sweet you’ll enjoy this addition).
  • Pats of butter.

single serving peach cobbler

Mix all the ingredients together.  Fill each muffin tin (we used silicone cups to make clean-up a breeze) to the top with your peach fruit mix.  Note:  If you don’t have peaches you can replace this with any other fruit from bananas to apples and even berries or pineapple.

Add a pat of butter to the top of each muffin container and bake at 350 degrees for 40 minuets.

super easy to make fruit cobbler

Once the cobblers have cooled, you can pop them out – we put them into freezer-safe ziplock baggies.  And put them into the freezer.  When it’s a busy morning, pop one into the microwave and reheat it till it is warm all the way through.  Serve with milk.

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