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Author: admin, 19.02.2016. Category: Gardening

I mentioned in my gluten-free peach cobbler post the other week that I prefer to eat my peaches fresh and uncooked.  Well, I finally found some good peaches that I’ve been enjoying, but I wanted to do something a little different with them.
I saw a recipe in a cookbook that used a baked crust (it wasn’t a typical pastry crust) but the peach filling was raw.  I thought, “why not go completely raw?”  And so, this raw peach pie was born. This post is part of Slightly Indulgent Tuesdays hosted by Amy at Simply Sugar & Gluten-Free.
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Peach crisp, oatmeal cookies, poppy-seed pancakes, the best summer salad and a to-die-for pie!
The chewiness was mostly from the crust, though the peaches did take more chewing than if they were cooked.
I bet it would be less chewy if you cut the peach pieces a bit smaller, unless the chewiness factor comes from the crust.
You can check the mixture by pressing a little into a small ball and see if it holds together.


If using a small dish, leave out a little of the mixture or your crust will be too thick In a bowl, combine the peaches, honey, and cinnamon.



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