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Easy Vegan & Paleo Peach Crisp

Easy Vegan & Paleo Peach Crisp



Easy Vegan & Paleo Peach Crisp

If you are a fan of yummy summer peach desserts, you are going to love this easy and crunchy vegan and paleo peach crisp, with soft sweet filling topped with crispy nutty topping!

It’s summertime which means I’ve been eating peaches nonstop. They are one of my favorite fruits and there’s nothing like taking a bite out of a peach that’s so ripe that the juices run down your chin.

Vegan & Paleo Peach Crisp Recipe

After hoarding a giant bag of peaches from the farmers market recently, I was left with some that had gone super ripe and needed to be used up quickly. So I ended up making this vegan and paleo peach crisp, and it might just be my new favorite summer dessert!

Ripe peaches are chopped and tossed with some coconut sugar mixture, then baked under a layer of sweetened pecan and almond crumble to make a light and decadent treat. I know it’s hot out but this recipe is definitely worth turning on the oven for.

Yummy Ways to Enjoy This Vegan & Paleo Peach Crisp

This vegan and paleo peach crisp can be eaten warm or chilled. However, I personally love it when it’s hot fresh out of the oven when the topping is nutty and crunchy. It’s delectable on its own, but to make it even better, feel free to serve it topped with something light and creamy like:

coconut yogurt

vegan ice cream…I bet vanilla would taste divine with it!

coconut whipped cream

sour cream… I know it sounds weird but I’ve tried this combo before and it’s amazing.

Best Way to Enjoy Leftovers

You’ll find that this vegan and paleo peach crisp is best enjoyed fresh out of the oven. However, if you do have leftovers, you can cover it up and store it in the refrigerator for 3-4 days. It’ll stay yummy, but the topping will lose its crunchiness in the fridge.

To get it crisp up again, you can just bake the whole thing in the 350 degree oven for 15-20 minutes until it firms up. I honestly love the crunchy topping so much that I think it’s worth the extra effort of heating it back up. But if you are feeling lazy (I’ve been there), you can just eat it cold and I bet you’ll still love it!

Easy Vegan & Paleo Peach Crisp

If you are a fan of yummy summer peach desserts, you are going to love this easy and crunchy vegan and paleo peach crisp, with soft sweet filling topped with crispy nutty topping!

Instructions

Pour into an 8x8 baking pan or a 9-inch pie pan, and evenly spread out.

Place the raw pecan halves in a food processor and pulse until crumbly.

Add the rest of the ingredients for the crisp topping into the food processor and pulse together until sticky.

Spread out this mixture evenly over the peaches.

Bake in the preheated oven for 40 minutes, until the topping is golden brown and crispy.

Serve with dairy free ice cream or coconut whipped cream.

Store the leftovers in the refrigerator covered, for up to 3 days. The topping won't be as crunchy after you store it, but you can bake it again until it gets crispy again.

Nutrition Facts

Easy Vegan & Paleo Peach Crisp

Amount Per Serving (1 serving)

Calories 265Calories from Fat 171

% Daily Value*

Total Fat 19g29%

Saturated Fat 5g25%

Sodium 118mg5%

Potassium 311mg9%

Total Carbohydrates 24g8%

Dietary Fiber 4g16%

Sugars 17g

Protein 3g6%

Vitamin A8.6%

Vitamin C10.5%

Calcium3.1%

Iron5.4%

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

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The Best Healthy Fast Food Options

Fast-food stores are plentiful and fast food has the reputation of being unhealthy, while an increasing number of large chains are adding more nutritious options to their menus.

Sockets that allow more customization of orders tend to have lower calorie or more feeder selections. However, there are currently healthy options on the menu of the largest fast-food chains.

In this article, we'll look at the overall calorie, fat and saturated fat content to find some of the healthiest options that seven big fast-food chains have to offer.

Note, however, that calories and fat are only two aspects of how healthy a meal is fed. If a person eats only fast food, it is not possible to get the necessary nutrients such as vitamins and fiber.

1. Subway

Sandwich with cheese and vegetables

One person can customize Subway sandwiches to choose healthy fillings.

Metro specialize in deli style sandwiches or "sub". As a person can customize every "sub", Subway can be one of the healthiest healthy fast-food chains.

Some of the best sandwich options are on the Subway's Fresh Fit menu. The 6-inch Turkey Breast sandwich with nine wheat bread contains 250 calories and 3 grams of fat, including 0.5 g of saturated fat.

A healthy vegetarian option, Veggie Delite in nine wheat bread. This "bottom" contains only 2 g calories, does not contain 2 g total fat and saturated fat. It also has one of the lowest sodium levels (salt) compared to other sandwiches.

Subway also offers salads that can be a low-calorie alternative to a sandwich. All salads include lettuce, tomatoes, spinach, onions, cucumbers, green peppers and olives.

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2. Taco Bell

Taco Bell is another great fast-food chain with a variety of healthy options. The ability to personalize each order allows people to choose more vegetable-like nutrients.

According to Taco Bell's website, three-quarters of its menus are under 500 calories. Some of the lowest calorie options are the Fresco menu, which uses regular sauce and cheese instead of vegetable based salsa.

One of the healthiest options is Chicken Soft Taco. Each taco contains about 170 calories, 8 g fat, containing only 3 g of saturated fat.

Bean Burrito is a vegetarian option containing 11 g fat, 380 calories, including 4 g of saturated fat.

3. Chipotle

Vegetable burritos

Vegetarian options are lower in fat than meat options.

Chipotle is a Mexican-style chain that specializes in tacos and burritos. Similar to Subway and Taco Bell, Chipotle allows people to customize their meals to include healthy choices.

Healthy options are burritos or white rice instead of white rice. In a chicken bowl bowl containing fresh tomato salsa and brown rice, there are 415 calories, 13 g fat and 4 g saturated fat.

For a lower calorie, vegetarian option, people can choose a plate of bean curd, brown rice and a sofritas patty with lettuce. It contains 365 calories, 10 g fat and 1.5 g saturated fat. Adding sauce will increase the number of calories.

4. McDonald's

McDonald's had the reputation of being unhealthy, but they recently reaffirmed themselves to offer a variety of fresh and nutritious ingredients. Some of these changes may be cosmetics, while McDonald's has better options.

Fillet-O-Fish contains 390 calories and 4 g of saturated fat from 19 g of total fat. Bacon Ranch Grilled Chicken Salad contains only 320 calories and 6 g of saturated fat from a total of 14 g.

5. Burger King

Burger King is one of the largest burger chains in the United States, but has a limited number of healthy options. But some choices are a little healthier than others.

It contains a normal, simple hamburger, 10 g total fat, 3.5 g saturated fat, and 240 calories. Grilled Chicken Sandwich contains 470 calories, 3.5 g saturated fat and 19 g fat.

BK Veggie Burger can be a healthier option among these examples. Contains 2,5 g of saturated fat, 390 calories and 17 g of fat.

6. Wendy

Baked potato with knife, sour cream and cheese filling on plate

Baked potatoes can be a healthy fast-food option.

Wendy is another common fast-food chain that allows people to personalize their orders to make their choices healthier.

The menu of the chain is not abundant in healthy options, but some meals are able to customize to lower the calorie content.

Salads are also available, and if a person chooses some of the half-size salad choices, they can stay below 500 calories.

With a few vegetarian options at Wendy's, Sour Cream and Chive Baked Potatoes


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