It’s that time of year again, when the Colorado peaches invade my kitchen (in a good way). Since we still don’t have a peach tree, I’ve resorted to buying my Palisade Peaches from roadside stands, but that is getting pretty expensive. Fortunately for me, a woman at church was trying to find a home for the peaches she pulled from her overloaded peach tree. I got a basket of 56 perfectly perfect peaches.
Naturally, my mind went right to all the sweets I could make with them. I know there are savory options for peaches, but my brain wanted cake. I also made some fruit leather for our upcoming camping trip. Two batches of fruit leather plus this cake and the peaches we just plain ate, and we still have about half left. Maybe I’ll get to make something savory after all.
Of course, this cake is made with my all-time favorite, go-to flour for grain-free baked goods: Otto’s Naturals Cassava Flour. I’ve all but given up on almond and coconut flours at this point. If you still haven’t tried Otto’s, you really ought to give it a shot. I’ve got plenty of recipes to entice you if you’re still on the fence:
- Mini Molten Lava Cakes
- Takeout Orange Chicken
- Sausage Gravy
- Mini Meatloaf Muffins
- Everyone’s Favorite Banana Bread
- Carrot Cake w/ Maple Meringue Frosting
- Mini Pizza Bites
- Chocolate Mud Cake
- Instant Pot Beef Stew
And now I’m hungry. For everything.