So I recently purchased my first Toaster Oven. It has a bunch of great features, including a rotisserie, but I have been mainly using it to make the boys lunch and dinner with out having to turn on the over. So the other night I had a handful of peaches that needed to be used up and decided that I would use the toaster over to make a yummy (at least I was hoping) Toaster Oven Peach Cobbler.
So here is a yummy, almost healthy Peach Cobbler for you to enjoy.
-3 large or 6 small peaches (pitted and sliced)
-3 Tablespoons of packed light brown sugar
-1 Tablespoon of white flour
-6 Tablespoons of whole wheat flour
-6 Tablespoons of white sugar
-1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon (I really like cinnamon, if you don’t use only 1/4)
-1/4 teaspoon of nutmeg
-1/4 teaspoon of salt
-1 large egg white
-2 Tablespoons of melted unsalted butter.
*note* If you are making this in a conventional oven pre-heat the over to 375.
-Mix the sliced peaches with the brown sugar until the sugar starts to dissolve. Mix in the WHITE flour to your peaches and add to your lightly greased 9in baking dish.
-Sift together the whole wheat flour, white sugar, cinnamon, nutmeg and salt. Then slowly add the egg white until all the dry ingredients are incorporated. *note* it will be sticky!
-Using your fingers “gob” the mixutre over the top of your peaches and drizzle with the melted butter.
-Set your Toaster over to 350 degrees and cook for about 35 minutes or until your cobbler starts to turn slightly brown.
-Allow to cool for a few minutes and serve warm.
*Note* If cooking in a conventional over you will need to cook your cobbler for closer to 45 minutes.