Gluten Free Doughnut Peach Skillet Crumble

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

This quick gluten-free summer dessert is filled with sweet peaches & made from 4 ingredients with no added sugar!
Make the most of ripe and juicy peaches with this 4 ingredient, no-sugar added #glutenfree dessert from Anyonita Nibbles #paleo
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Gluten Free Doughnut Peach Skillet Crumble

This summery dessert is a peach lover's fantasy. There's nothing to detract from the flavor of peaches and it's topped with an indulgently decadent crumble. It comes together in less than half of hour and requires four ingredients. If you really wanted to indulge, you could serve it with a scoop of soft vanilla or cinnamon ice cream. As it's written, this dessert is naturally gluten-free and paleo, too!

These #paleo and #glutenfree peach skillet crumbles are a perfect, healthy indulgent treat from Anyonita Nibbles

Peaches aren't peaches unless they come from Georgia (the state; not the country.) That's the philosophy prevalent in the South of the United States this time of year.Unfortunately, Georgia peaches are delicate little fruits that won't take to international travel very well and you can't find them here in the UK. Instead, we've got these squashed little gems called doughnut or Saturn peaches that are super juicy and fragrant, and possibly Georgia peaches' best rival.

Four ingredients. No added sugar. Just a fruity dessert from Anyonita Nibbles

I love peaches. Canned, stewed, raw, brûléed. In a plate, bowl or cup--it doesn't matter. I also love quick desserts and desserts in manageable-sized portions. There's only three people in my family (and if you've seen the tour of my kitchen, you know that our fridge is tiny!) and the last thing we need is a dessert that promises to feed eight. That's why there's only two portions of this one. And since each crumble is made with a whole peach, it's one of your five a day, too!

Not eating peaches in summer is a crime. You've got to make this easy dessert from Anyonita Nibbles


For the crumble
2 ripe doughnut peaches
2 tablespoons cold water
50 grams (3.5 tablespoons) butter, cubed
100 grams (2/3 cup + 2 tablespoons) almond meal or ground almonds

  • I deliberately left out the sugar in my crumble rub because the peaches were over the top sweet. If yours aren't as sweet as you'd like, feel free to add in a spoonful or two of sugar. Alternatively, you could crumble up a couple of Amaretti biscuits for added sweetness.
  • You can halve or increase this recipe simply by adding one peach per person and halving or increasing the ingredients for the crumble topping.

This #paleo summer peach dessert makes perfect use of juicy fruit from Anyonita Nibbles

Gluten Free Doughnut Peach Skillet Crumble


  1. Preheat the oven to 180c /350f.
  2. Rub the ground almonds and butter together using the pads of your fingers to form a crumble. If the mix is overly dry and won't keep its shape, drizzle in a bit of the cold water.
  3. Grease the inside of each skillet with a bit of butter.
  4. Dice the peaches, removing the skins if you prefer, and divide between the skillets.
  5. Top with the crumble and bake for about 10 minutes or until the crumble turns golden brown and the peaches are warm.

10 minute #glutenfree and #paleo doughnut peach skillet crumble from Anyonita Nibbles

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  1. That looks amazing and you know peach season is here in GA! I am going to pic some soon, wish I could mail you some!

  2. This is such a great idea--- I love the idea of teeny one or two serving desserts. There's just two of us and my husband tries to avoid sweets completely, so something like this would be wonderful when I'm craving just a little bit of a fruity dessert. I'm in NC so can get Georgia peaches this time of the year--- too bad they don't travel well; I could send you some!

  3. You had me at doughnut! This Doughnut Peach Skillet looks amazing!!!


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