You see, there’s a hierarchy to desserts in my eyes.
If given a choice between chocolate and fruit, I’ll always pick chocolate.
Fruit and peanut butter, I’ll pick peanut butter. Unless it’s peanut butter on top of fruit. 😉
Hot or cold, I’ll usually choose cold.
Ice cream or cobbler…I choose BOTH!!!
Tada! The perfect blend of the hot flavors and the cool sensation.
P.S. Thank you for everyone on facebook and twitter who recommended an assortment of peach recipes! Indecisive me took until yesterday to decide on Peach Cobbler Frozen Yogurt.
P.P.S. Thank you Chelsea for helping me make this amazing dessert…and for Tyler, the probiotic king of fruity desserts. Oooo! 😉
Peach Cobbler Frozen Yogurt
adapted from Pure 2 Raw and the Perfect Scoop
- 6 ripe peaches, peeled and diced
- 3/4 cup sugar
- 1/2 cup water
- 1 1/2 cups low fat Greek yogurt (I used Cabot)
- 1 cup pecans
- 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
- 1/2 tablespoon vanilla extract
- 1 tablespoon agave nectar
- In a sauce pan over medium-high heat, cook the peaches and water together until soft and cooked through (about 10 minutes).
- Remove from heat and stir in the sugar.
- Pour the peach mixture into a bowl and chill in the refrigerator until cold.
- Once the peaches are cold, stir in the yogurt.
- Use your ice cream maker or ice cream attachment for your stand mixer to cool as per the manufacturers instructions.
- While the frozen yogurt is freezing in the machine.
- Make your cobbler chunks.
- To make the cobbler chunks, grind the pecans and cinnamon in the food processor until ground (it’s okay to have small chunks…adds a nice texture).
- Add in the vanilla and agave nectar and grind again until it forms a ball (should only take a few seconds. At this point, if you need to you can add more agave nectar if it is too dry.
- After the ice cream machine is complete, scoop the frozen yogurt into a large Tupperware.
- Using your hands, make little balls out of your cobbler chunk dough and sprinkle onto the frozen yogurt.
- With a spatula, gently fold the cobbler chunks into the frozen yogurt.
- Cover and put in the freezer until hardened.
- Serve up!
Servings: 7-9 cup fulls