|Please don't judge the recipe by my photography skills! :)|
1 can Splenda Peaches (I bought Western Family brand. I'm pretty sure this can also be found in Del Monte and Great Value. Pick the lowest calorie canned peaches option.)
1/2 c. carrot puree (maybe 2ish carrots cooked till very soft and they put in the blender until smooth. I felt like I was making baby food)
1 T. Splenda
1/2 t. - 1 t. cinnamon (I like cinnamon stronger so probably added closer to the whole teaspoon)
Some of the canned peach juice
Cut the peaches into small pieces. Mix everything together in a small bowl. Add as much of the peach juice as needed to get it to a semi-soupy consistency. Lightly spray a small glass pan. (We have a rectangle Pyrex pan that is smaller than the square 8x8. I'm going to guess 6x4 and it is still kind of deep.) Pour the peach filling into the pan.
1/2 c. whole wheat flour
3 T. Splenda
1/2 t. baking powder
1/4 t. salt
1 T. Light Margarine (I can only find this in Blue Bonnet brand. It is the only type we use now.)
1/4 c. skim buttermilk (that sounds like an oxymoron right? Put about 1 teaspoon of either lemon juice or vinegar into an empty liquid measuring up. Then add skim milk up to the 1/4 line. Let it sit for at least 5 minutes.)
1/4 t. cinnamon (I wish I would have used more!)
1 T. Splenda
1/2 T. Splenda (also written as 1 1/2 t.) cornstarch
1/4 - 1/3 c. boiling water
Stir the flour, 3 T. Splenda, baking powder and salt together. Using a pastry blender, cut in the margarine until coarse and crumbly. Gently stir in the buttermilk Do not overmix! (There might be some flour not totally stirred in. That's fine.) Using a metal spoon, dot the cobbler mixture over the peach filling.
In a seperate bowl, stir the cinnamon, 1 T. Splenda, and cornstarch. Sprinkle evenly over the cobbler mixture. Drizzle the boiling water over the cobbler. Bake at 350* for 30-35 minutes. The cobbler should be crisp and not doughy. (Just FYI: I cooked ours for a LOT long. Check it around 30 ish but I really think ours was more like an hour or so.)
Can serve with fat free cool whip but know that each tablespoon adds 10 calories.