This easy low calorie peach cobbler recipe is also low in fat and low in sugar! I used heart healthy Bisquick, almond milk, cinnamon, peaches, and zero calorie sugar. The final dessert is only 1 gram of fat and a healthy treat for any day of the week.
I’ve been on a mission to create dessertss that are under 100 calories! I even have a list of my top 8 favorite under 100 calorie desserts here!
But I’m really thrilled reduce this classic peach cobbler under 100 calories. It’s one of my favorite treats, and I want to maintain the weight loss I worked so hard to achieve. (My weight loss story here)
For my current diet, I aim for 1200 calories per day. I plan for 1200 and prep enough food for that.
However, now that I’m in maintenance from my weight loss, I plan for 1200 but I Intentionally leave some wiggle room (so my total for the day recently is 1400) for being flexible or dessert.
So, if by the end of the day, I have only eaten 1200 calories, that means I could eat TWO servings of this light peach cobbler!
A healthy dessert that includes fruit, like peaches, is a great way to get some fiber and nutrients into your day.
I love using peaches for dessert because they are sweet and available (at least canned peaches are) any time of year. When buying canned peaches for peach cobbler, make sure to get the peaches canned in their own juice, rather than heavy syrup.
If you have fresh peaches, you should definitely try the 35 calorie Broiled peaches and cream here!
Peaches are nutritious. They are high in vitamin C, calcium, fiber, antioxidants, and phytochemicals. They are a perfect addition to your healthy diet, and can help you stay on any weight loss plan.
How to make Peach Cobbler Low In Calories
I made a few adjustments to the original Betty Crocker Bisquick recipe for a skinny peach cobbler.
- I did use their Heart Healthy Bisquick (this saved about 50 calories per cup)
- Instead of skim milk (which would be totally fine too), I used almond milk, shaving another 50 calories from the recipe.
- And finally, the biggest swap was the sugar. Instead of the sugar to coat the peaches, I used Monk Sugar for zero calories, taking away another 500 calories! If you ask me, you could probably get away with no sugar at all. The peaches might be sweet enough for you.
For a grand total of a 600 calorie saving from the original recipe! For an 8X8 pan, cut into 9 servings, each slice of cobbler now has 97 calories.
So, give it a try, and let me know what you think!
Although peaches are in season, you can make this healthy, low calorie peach cobbler recipe any time of year. I actually used canned peaches instead of fresh this time, just because it was a spontaneous decision to make this healthy dessert at all.
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