Healthy Peach Crisp using Tangerine and Cinnamon Essential Oil | Gluten Free Dessert

THIS HOMEMADE PEACH CRISP MADE WITH TANGERINE AND CINNAMON ESSENTIAL OIL IS HEALTHY AND LOADED WITH DELICIOUS FLAVOR.  JOIN ME TO LEARN HOW TO MAKE IT.

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School is back in session but it’s still August and I’m in full blown summer mode.  I love the cooler weather fall brings, but I dread winter so I am not rushing summer to end.  You can still find us swimming in the creek and running through the sprinkler.  Fresh peach crisp with a scoop of vanilla ice-cream screams summer to me and we will enjoy this until pumpkin season.  Our other favorite summer dessert is my oil infused popsicles. You better believe I’ll be sharing our favorite oily fall treats soon!

I like to feed my kids healthy with a few exceptions of  birthday parties and vacation.  Eating healthy doesn’t mean we eat disgusting food or that we don’t eat dessert.  In fact, we eat wholesome meals loaded with nutrition that are delicious and we get our fair share of sweets. This homemade peach crisp made with tangerine and cinnamon essential oils makes a perfect dessert or snack.

Believe it or not I took the kids peach picking at our local post office, perks of living in a small town!   Because nothing is better than fresh fruit straight from the tree we got carried away.  It’s always fun to harvest the fruit but getting home with bags and bags of peaches can be quite overwhelming.

The kids indulged in peaches and I decided to make a peach crisp.  To boost the flavor I ran to my essential oils and came back with tangerine and cinnamon.  The ending dish was amazing and I am excited to share the recipe with you.

HOMEMADE PEACH CRISP MADE WITH TANGERINE AND CINNAMON ESSENTIAL OIL INGREDIENTS

FILLING

2 tablespoons butter or coconut oil if dairy free

4 cups peeled sliced peaches

1 drop cinnamon essential oil

2 drops tangerine essential oil

2 tablespoons honey

1 tablespoon arrowroot powder

TOPPING

4 cups organic oatmeal

1/2 honey

1/2 melted coconut oil

1/2 chopped pecans

1 drop cinnamon essential oil

dash of salt

HOMEMADE PEACH CRISP MADE WITH TANGERINE AND CINNAMON ESSENTIAL OIL INSTRUCTIONS

FILLING

Preheat cast iron skillet over medium heat and then add butter.
Once butter is melted add peaches.
Add cinnamon and tangerine essential oil, honey, and arrowroot powder.
Stir well and simmer on stove until hot and bubbly.
While the peach mixture is simmering add oatmeal, honey, coconut oil, pecans, cinnamon essential oil, and salt to large mixing bowl and stir until well incorporated.
Pour the topping over the peach mixture and spread it out evenly.
Bake at 300 degrees for 20-25 minutes or until topping is golden brown.
Serve plain or with a scoop of vanilla ice-cream.  It makes a delicious sweet dessert or snack.

COOKING WITH ESSENTIAL OIL

Essential oils are loaded with therapeutic benefits and flavor. Adding them to a dish or dessert can create delicious flavor and added health benefits.  Remember, the potency and how concentrated essential oils are when cooking with them.

1-2 drops is all you need and in some cases that is even to much.  If you need less than a drop consider using the «toothpick method.»  Stick a toothpick into your oil bottle to absorb some oil on the toothpick and then swirl that around in your dish to flavor it with out using a full drop.

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