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Ani Phyo's Peach and Pistachio Cobbler – swell

Ani Phyo's Peach and Pistachio Cobbler

See, I told you I’m loving peaches!  I bought a couple peaches specifically for this dessert, which I’ve been eyeing in my recently-acquired copy of Ani’s Raw Food Desserts.  So I whipped it up, sat down to read through my blogs, and what popped up immediately but her post of the recipe and a video for this very dish!  It has a lovely flavor from the vanilla-scented peaches combined with the date-sweetened pistachio “crust.”  I’ve possibly never used pistachios in raw food preparations before, but I’m so glad I just did!  This makes for a simple yet sophisticated dessert, with a surprisingly intriguing flavor in every bite.  I also topped it with some goji berries, because they’re pretty and I like them.

Also, I’ve now joined the masses on Twitter.  I’m very new and a teeny bit scared, but you can follow me as swellvegan (aka http://twitter.com/swellvegan) and hopefully I’ll improve my abilities to get with this thing all the kids are so into these days…

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  1. Cody says:

    I’ve been wanting to check out some of Ani’s books. This one, especially.

    Looks yummy!

  2. Nora says:

    I bookmarked that recipe too! Looks beautiful :)

  3. cookingforaveganlover says:

    wow this recipe looks delicious!

  4. musickidslove says:

    Oh, this looks delish. And it’s naturally gluten free. I’m definitely going to give this one a try. I wonder how it will be if I sub in strawberries for the peaches. Thanks!



    • a-k says:

      Strawberries would be good, too, though I might use almonds instead of pistachios. Pistachios are such an under-utilized nut, it’s hard for me to imagine them paired with other fruits besides apricots and pistachios!

  5. Shelby says:

    Sounds Lovely!

  6. Wow! All the desserts I’ve seen from that book look so delicious! I may just have to break down and buy it.

  7. Jules Castillo says:

    everyone who loves Ani, vote for her at http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=oes_2f0tloz0fA1jHSyPxMyw_3d_3d for favorite cookbook author!!!!

  8. mihl says:

    I love peaches too! And pistachios! And cobbler! And raw food! Okay, that’s enough…but looking at that picture made me very exited.

  9. Are those little gojies that you placed on top!? Anyway, such a pretty photo you have here! I watched Ani’s video earlier today and I can’t believe how simple the recipe is — the end product looks really fancy, like it took a half day to prepare!

  10. Courtney says:

    I think I am one of the last people in the world to NOT be on Twitter, Face Book, or Myspace. Even my MOM is on Myspace!

    That cobbler looks fantastic! Yum! Farmers market peaches?


    • a-k says:

      In an effort to discourage the fruit flies, I kept the peaches wrapped up in a bag and they ended up moldy on Monday! I was SO mad and sad. So these were peaches from the co-op.

  11. jd says:

    Ahhh yea, super delicious!

    I’ve been falling in love with peaches this summer, which means that this recipe is going on my “to-make” list right now!

  12. I love the pistachio peach combo to bring a nice texture to the dessert

  13. Monique says:

    I want that book so badly. The idea of raw peach cobbler makes me swoon!

  14. THis looks delicious! Yes, the peaches and nectarines at the co-ops lately have been to die for! I may have to try her recipe with cashews instead of pistachios (I’m allergic to those lovely little green things). I just joined Twitter as well – christensenka – and I am in amazement that I actually did it! I’ll have to follow you. Cheers!

  15. Diann says:

    It looks beautiful and sounds amazing. I don’t yet have the book so I’m glad the recipe is on her blog.

  16. Julia says:

    Cobbler/Crisps are one of my favorite desserts because they mostly consist of FRUIT. That looks absolutely delicious.

    I’m also terrified of the twitter world. Hopefully you can tell us about your test-run and make it less scary for the rest of us.


  17. So, I paid a visit to Cosmo’s Vegan Shoppe (the retail store) and got your ‘zine! Weeee! I am so excited to start using it. And it is ever so cute!

  18. Debra says:

    Looks awesome! Thanks for sharing.

  19. Hi, a-k. The recipe looks so delicious! I sent a link to my wife and asked her to cook it ASAP =)


    Benard Lawrencia

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