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There's nothing quite like the taste of fresh peaches, and with our diabetic-friendly recipe, you'll be able to indulge every once and a while. So enjoy the sweet taste of summer guilt-free! If you haven't got fresh peaches, don't worry. We've got the answer for that, too!
If fresh peaches aren't in season or available, you can use a 16-ounce package of frozen sliced peaches in place of the fresh. And if you'd like, 8 to 10 of the round cut-outs can be stirred into the filling before spooning it into the crust. This forms little "dumplings" as the pie cooks, giving it a real Southern cobbler taste. If you don't have a 1-inch cookie cutter, the plastic cap of a soda bottle is the right size, and it works great.
Servings Per Recipe: 10
Sep 30, 2014
CAN YOU USE CANNED SLICED PEACHES TO MAKE THIS? I HAVE THEM ONHAND ALREADY. THANKS, DIANA ALLBRIGHT
Test Kitchen Team
Oct 01, 2014
Hi Diana! You can use canned, sliced peaches. Just make sure you drain the peaches on a paper towel and pat them dry. You don't want any excess liquid coming out and turning your pie watery. We're not sure about how many cans to use, but we believe it would be about 2 or 3 cans. Let us know how it turns out!
Sep 30, 2014
I WANT TO MAKE THIS FOR THANKSGIVING AND WAS WONDERING IF YOU CAN USE CANNED SLICED PEACHES. i HAVE PLENTY OF THOSE. THANKS, DIANA ALLBRIGHT
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