Peach Compote

I remember when I was little I really liked the “peaches and cream” and “strawberries and cream” oatmeal mixes and I was always disappointed when we ran out. Of course, in retrospect, these oatmeal mixes were terrible despite having the name of a fruit in their name, but we did the best the could with the knowledge we had at the time. But, ever since then, I’ve considered trying to revive the whole “fruit and cream” mentality, but in a healthy and nutritious way. Being on the candida diet forced me to consider this anew, and a few nights ago I decided to give it a shot (with my mom’s prompting at the fruit store) and try out a peach “syrup” situation on top of pancakes.

This peach compote was a super fun and delicious and topping to have on top of pancakes, like this pancake recipe. I tried  a little bit in some of my oat-free cereal this morning and wow did that add something! This recipe is definitely worth a shot for anyone who likes a dessert-like but still healthy fruit combo.

Peach “Syrup” and Dessert Topping


  • 3-4 Peaches (riper is better, but any peaches will do)
  • 2 Cups Non-Dairy Milk
  • 1/2 Tsp Himalayan Pink Sea Salt
  • 1/2 Tsp Stevia Powder
  • 1 Tsp Tapioca Flour (optional)
  • 1 1/2 TBSP Oat Flour (optional)


  1. Cut the peaches into small pieces and place in a sauce pan.
  2. Pour the milk over the peaches (less or more may be needed depending on the peaches; the milk should just cover the peaches in the pan).
  3. Mix in salt, stevia powder, and tapioca flour.
  4. Let the mix simmer on low to medium heat until the mixture starts to thicken slightly. This may take some time.
  5. Sprinkle the oat flour over the mix and stir well just before serving. Let the mix cook about 5 minutes after adding the oat flour.
  6. Serve on top of pancakes or a dessert item. This is also excellent in oatmeal and cereal since it makes a sort of "peaches and cream" sort of flavor.
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