Skillet Peach Crisp with Ginger and Pecans

When you crave peaches, but you have more than what you can eat alone, consider the Skillet Peach Crisp with Ginger and Pecans. Where possible, every effort should be made to purchase locally grown peaches, which are hand-picked when they are at their ripest and freshest. If you know the grower, you may be assured that no pesticides were used adding the additional health and time-saving benefits of keeping the skins on as you create this skillet. Be sure to incorporate oat flour in your mix if you are able, and, if feeling adventurous, add pink Himalayan sea salt as well.

Key Takeaways:

  • Use fresh local peaches and be sure to pick ones that smell fragrant and don’t have visible bruising.
  • Combining oat flour with regular all-purpose flour will add a nuttiness to this dish or other baked goods.
  • Skillet peach crisp should preferably be made in a cast iron skillet and needs to cool at least one hour before serving.


“But sometimes, you buy more peaches than you can rightly consume in a reasonable amount of time, and you need to do something with them. You need to make this Skillet Peach Crisp with Ginger and Pecans.”

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