Apparently today is the last day of summer....geepers. I 100% thought it was on Monday, so when all is said and done, I feel as though I've gained a few extra days of summer!
The last few weeks we've been eating (and enjoying) a lot of peaches! Ontario leads Canada in both peach and nectarine production with 82% of the national production (found this factoid here), so I mean, we're serious about peaches here in Ontario!
I knew I would be eating them as-is, but also that I would be making some cobblers/crumbles too. I made a paleo peach crumble (or crisp, whatever you chose to call it!)) last peach season, and it's good. But one vegging out night watching episodes of "House", I wanted a warm peach creation, but not a crumble. I wanted a "cobbler", which is a batter or biscuit topping baked on the fruit.
I have a thing for mug cakes (here's a few!), so I knew it could be done! I wanted this thing more peachy than cake-y though, so you can feel free to use less peach if you want. But peach amount aside, I think we can all agree that a mug cake is a perfect Wednesday treat. It's quick, it's simple, there's only enough for one which means 2 good things: you can't share it, and you can't overindulge either!
Paleo Peach Mug Cobbler
Wednesday....oh Wednesday....I start loosing steam by Wednesday....
We were visiting some friends last night, and we got home late-ish, and I hadn't had a chance to prepare lunches in the evening like I usually would. So I got up at a ridiculous hour (before the sun!) to get a good lunch packed for my hubby then for the kids. I know 9pm will roll around tonight and I'll fall asleep on the couch (watching "House"), but, I do quite end up enjoying my quiet mornings. I prefer the usual ones that begin at 6:00-6:30, not 5am like today, but still, it's nice. I'll probably need me some mug cake tonight though, that's for sure!
You can do it! Get through Wednesday!
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