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Sugar Free Peach Crumble

I normally make this recipe with apples but today I had ripe peaches and inspiration hit me. Popped it in the oven and the sweet smell of baking peaches is wafting through my house right now. Soooooo good! This recipe is sugar and gluten free and you can always sub the butter with ghee or something like that to make it dairy free too. 


1 cup of Gluten Free Oats  
1 cup of ground up Gluten Free Oats
7TB of stevia/erythritol mix sweetener
1 tsp. Cinnamon
1/2 cup of melted Butter
4 large ripe peaches



* Chop up the peaches into bite sized pieces and place in the bottom of a baking dish.
* In a bowl add the cup of oats and cinnamon.
* Blend together the other cup of oats and sweetener. 
* Stir all of the dry ingredients together.
* Pour melted butter on top of the dry ingredients and stir together with a fork.
* Cover the peaches with the oat crumble. 
* Bake at 350F for 45 minutes to an hour until a fork can easily pierce the peaches.
Meggan Larson

Meggan Larson

Award Winning & Amazon Best Selling Author, Course Creator, Adoptee, founder of Fly With Me Academy & co-founder of Starfish Stories Publishing Company.

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I published my first book in 2020 and went on to publish several more books within a year. I write fiction and non fiction and love to help others write and publish books as well.

I was adopted as a baby, have gone through stage four metastatic cancer, and nearly lost my life during my last pregnancy due to placenta percreta. I believe that we go through difficult circumstances so that we can reach back into the fire with buckets of water to help others.

My life ambitions include expanding my non profit organization to provide financial relief to families going through an unexpected medical crisis, building safe haven homes for women and their children escaping domestic violence situations, and learning how to homestead in order to become more self sufficient.



I dropped out of high school in the 11th grade, switched to an alternate school and was valedictorian the following year.


I met my husband on a sort of blind date when I was 15 and have been in love with him ever since (married for nearly 15 years now!).


I’ve always homeschooled my three amazing kids because I genuinely love getting to hang out with them every day.