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Vegan Peach Cobbler with Hazelnut Biscuits

Peach cobbler is a quintessential summer dessert, something that is awesome made about mid August when the peaches are in season and at their best! The peaches at the store just looked so good the other day, and I hadn't had any yet this year, so I decided to buy a bunch. They were also on sale, so I figured why not"! It turned out they were perfectly ripe, sweet, and ready to eat! So besides just enjoying some as they were, I decided to make some Vegan Peach Cobbler with Hazelnut Biscuits!

The filling didn't need much for flavoring since the peaches were so good on their own, so I just added a touch of lemon juice and vanilla, and a little maple sugar to sweeten them. I use much less sugar in my cobblers than a traditional cobbler because I like to be able to taste the actual flavor of the fruit and let it shine! I just add a little bit of flour to thicken the juices a little so that it is not watery and it comes out perfect!
For the biscuits, I use my scone dough, but with nut meal mixed in to make them extra rich and delicious! I used hazelnut meal this time, since that is what I had on hand and the flavor is lovely with peaches. The dough isn't quite as fussy as scone dough thanks to the nut meal, and they are pretty easy to make! I like to cut them into cute little shapes on top of my cobbler, but if you wanted to just cut them into circles or squares or something if you didn't have a small cookie cutter, that would work also! If you wanted to mak...
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