Grilled Honey Peach Cobbler – A Healthy BBQ Dessert!

Want to bring a new desert to the BBQ? Want to use the grill for more than just hot dogs and burgers?

Check out this healthy grilled peach cobbler recipe from Cheryl Slocum of Country Living, the chefs at Six Sisters’ Stuff, and David Zinzenko and Matt Goulding of Eat This, Not That!

What You’ll Need

The Biscuit Part

  • – 1 Cup of Buttermilk (Low-Fat)
  • – 4 Tablespoons of Butter (Cold)
  • – 2 Cups of Flour (All-Purpose)
  • – 4 Teaspoons of Baking Powder
  • – ½ Teaspoon of Salt
  • – ¼ Teaspoon of Baking Soda

The Peach Part
– 6 Peaches (Medium Sized)
– 6 Tablespoons of Honey
– 6 Tablespoons of Cinnamon
– 1 ½ Tablespoons of Brown Sugar

Baking the Biscuits

– Step 1 –
Combine your dry ingredients and butter in a large bowl. Using your fingers, break up the butter and mash it in with the dry ingredients. You want to create little buttery, floury pebbles.
– Step 2 –
Now that the dry ingredients are all mixed up, make a hollow in the middle of the mix and add the buttermilk. Grab a fork and use it to bring the dough together – be gentle as you’re doing this.
– Step 3 –
Flour a surface, lay out the biscuit dough, and pat it until you form a rough square. After that, fold the dough over itself five to four times. Then, roll it out until it’s a circle roughly one-inch thick.
– Step 4 –
Grab a round cookie cutter and cut out your biscuits. If you reroll out your dough, you’ll be looking at around ten biscuits. Pop those bad boys onto a baking sheet treated with nonstick spray.
– Step 5 –
Make sure the oven’s at 425º F and bake those guys on the middle rack. In about ten to twelve minutes, you should have lovely golden-brown biscuits.

Grilling the Peaches

– Step 1 –
Of course, step one is to wash your peaches. When you’re giving them a wash, try to rub off most of the peach fuzz with your fingers or with a new toothbrush (unused and clean, obviously).
– Step 2 –
Grab a knife and slice the peaches in half. Scoop out the pit and the inner, pink part of the peach.
– Step 3 –
Over the sliced part of the peach, drizzle a ½ teaspoon of honey – smooth it out with a spoon or butter knife. Now it’s time for the brown sugar and cinnamon; sprinkle that tasty stuff all over the sliced part of the peach.
– Step 4 –
Pop those peaches sliced-side down onto a grill at medium-high heat. Let them sit for 4-5 minutes. You want the brown sugar and honey to start crystalizing and the peaches to be a deep orange color. Pop them off the grill and add extra honey and brown sugar to taste.

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Combine!

Pop a half peach with each biscuit and serve warm! Enjoy this tasty alternative-cobbler with grilled peaches.
Thanks again to Cheryl Slocum of Country Living, the chefs at Six Sisters’ Stuff, and David Zinzenko and Matt Goulding of Eat This, Not That! for the recipes.

 

Looking for our legendary no-bake lemon tart recipe? Click here.

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