This was originally published on January 25, 2018.

If you’re looking for a tasty use for dehydrated peaches, you’re in the right place! Featured today on Theresa’s Reviews is a recipe for a delicious peach cobbler. When you have dehydrated peaches to use, this recipe is simple to make. Serve it for breakfast or dessert!

Theresa's Reviews - Delicious Peach Cobbler: One of the Many Uses for Dehydrated Peaches!

Delicious Peach Cobbler With Dehydrated Peaches

After I went to Natural Products Expo East this year, Karen’s Naturals sent me one bulk pound of dehydrated organic peaches, a pound of dehydrated organic strawberries, a pound of dehydrated organic blueberries, and a pound of dehydrated mango. Although the dehydrated strawberries fit well in a Strawberry Blue Cheese Candied Pecan Salad, the dehydrated peaches seemed a bit dry to eat as a snack.

Theresa's Reviews - Dehydrated peaches from Karen’s Naturals

Dehydrated peaches from Karen’s Naturals

One way to use dehydrated peaches is to make a fantastic peach cobbler. You can rehydrate the peaches easily and they have a good flavor.

Theresa's Reviews - If you're cooking with dehydrated peaches, you can rehydrate them with a few simple steps

If you’re cooking with dehydrated peaches, you can rehydrate them with a few simple steps.

After rehydrating the peaches, I added the dough on top, and it tasted fantastic! For the sugar, I used the Splenda Naturals Sugar and Stevia Sweetener Blend, which was another find from Natural Products Expo East. If you’re trying to eat healthier for the new year, this is a good way to lower the calorie content of the dish.

Theresa's Reviews - You can make a low-sugar recipe for peach cobbler with a stevia and sugar blend!

You can make a low-sugar recipe for peach cobbler with a stevia and sugar blend!

Check out my recipe for a peach cobbler using rehydrated fruit!

Peach Cobbler Recipe with Dehydrated Peaches

Ingredients For Rehydrating The Peaches

2 cups of dehydrated peaches

1 cup cranberry juice

1 cup water

1 tablespoon of Splenda Naturals Sugar and Stevia Sweetener Blend

Ingredients For The Batter

1/2 cup of the Splenda Naturals Sugar and Stevia Sweetener Blend

1/2 cup softened butter

1 cup flour

1 teaspoon baking powder

pinch of salt

1 teaspoon nutmeg

1 large egg

1 teaspoon vanilla extract

Directions For The Peach Cobbler

  1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees, and grease a pie pan.
  2. Take two cups of dehydrated peaches. Put them in a pot on the stove. Fill half the pot with cranberry juice and fill the other half with water until it covers the peaches completely. Add the tablespoon of Splenda Naturals Sugar and Stevia Sweetener Blend.
  3. Let the peaches come to a boil. Stir often. Then, lower to a simmer and cover while you prepare the batter.
  4. In a mixer, beat the sugar with the softened butter. Then, add the flour, baking powder, salt and nutmeg. Mix together. Add in the egg and the vanilla. Mix until it looks like dough.
  5. Use a slotted spoon to remove the peaches from the pot and put them in your pie pan. Remove the dough from the mixer with a spatula. Spread it on top of the peaches, using your hands to make it smooth.
  6. Bake for 35 minutes until the top has a golden brown look. Let sit for 5-10 minutes. Add whipped cream, and serve!

If you have dehydrated fruit and don’t know how to use it, rehydrating it and baking it as a cobbler works well! My family loved this dish and enjoyed the delicious taste of the peaches.

Do you dehydrate fruit and cook with it later? Share your tips below!

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Disclosure: I received a free item, but it in no way influenced my opinion.

12 Responses

  1. heather

    I never knew you could use dehydrated peaches like this and it looks so fresh and good.

  2. Betsy Barnes

    I really love how easy this is! It’s a really unique cobbler using dehydrated peaches. Definitely want to give it a try!

  3. Amy D

    This is a really nice recipe. I love peaches, so this is my type of dessert. I also use Splenda Naturals Sugar and Stevia Sweetener Blend in all my baking. It’s delicious and a great, healthy alternative.

  4. Tim

    I have’t had peach cobbler in a long time. My grandma used to make it all the time, so there is a little nostalgia to it. I

  5. Ruth Ann McIver

    I am so use to hearing about fresh fruits and veggies in recipes with all the cooking shows and what not; I never thought of using dehydrated peaches. I would be willing to try; I am a little apprehensive about the sugar substitutes. As long as it is safe; cutting calories is a good thing.

  6. Shakeia Rieux

    Peach cobbler is my favorite. I haven’t had it in a long time so I definitely have to make this using the recipe. Thank you for sharing!

  7. Lois Daniel

    My mother made peach hand pies using dried peaches. She rehydrated them with water and added sugar. They tasted just as good as fresh peaches.

  8. Sandra

    Looks good and since I dehydrated a lot of peaches I’m gonna try this recipe. What do you do with the left over fluid, or does it get soaked up by the peaches. I’d have a tendency to use peach juice instead of cranberry juice.


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