Impromptu Dessert – Perfect for "Camping"!

by Jenn on October 6, 2009

in Desserts,Gluten Free


Ok, so we’re not really camping.  We do have a propane stove/oven to work with.  And you must forgive the awful light, that’s what you get with an LED lantern on a hideous green floral plastic tablecloth, haha.  But this post is not about my inability to take awesome photos in poor light, but rather how to make an awesome quick dessert that is easy and simple, you can even do it on vacation, when you are living for 2 weeks without electricity!

I have made this before, but that was at a time when I did not know to take pictures for a blog post (I know, who doesn’t show pictures of what they make?! I have since learned).  This was also super easy to adapt to be diabetic friendly, one could just substitute erythritol for the brown sugar.  Ok, so my mom said it still needed brown sugar, but she enjoyed it nonetheless.

Also submitted to – Friday Foodie Fix


3 large juicy delicious peaches, sliced
3 tbs. butter, cubed
2 tsp. cinnamon (or however much you like)
1/4 cup brown sugar

1. Preheat oven to 350F.   Arrange peaches in an 8×8 or similar sized pan.  Add butter cubes evenly throughout, sprinkle top with cinnamon and brown sugar.
2. Bake until soft and tender and warm rich aromas permeate throughout your home (about 40 min).  It may also be good to turn them after 20 minutes or so.
3. Enjoy! Especially good on top of vanilla ice cream.



Lauren October 6, 2009 at 9:42 am

Yum! That looks absolutely delicious =D.

gfe--gluten free easily October 13, 2009 at 11:35 pm

Sometimes we forget simple dishes like this. Beautiful and just as lovely as a crisp, etc.


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