With summer coming to a close, fresh fruit desserts are calling. I can’t get enough of peaches lately, and trying to figure out a healthy peach cake recipe has been really fun! I found a quick version that utilizes paleo pancake mix, and lactose free milk, Lactaid.
Ever since my Gastric Bypass surgery in 2014, my stomach has developed sensitivity to lactose in dairy. Working with Lactaid in place of full lactose milk in recipes has helped keep my stomach in check, and keeps me feeling good to carry on with life after eating! I personally love the taste, and have found it to be very similar in cooking. Setting myself up for success by eliminating additional Lactose helps me Milk the Moments in my day, making sure I don’t miss a thing!
This post is brought to you in partnership with Lactaid. All thoughts, recipes, and opinions are my own.
Lactaid is real dairy milk, just without the lactose! I love the lactose free chocolate flavor for a post workout recovery, but have been adding the fat free lactose free milk to my morning coffee!
Adding Lactaid to this Peach Pancake Cake was so easy, and I hope you’ll love the recipe as much as I do. The fact that it can be breakfast or dessert makes it that much more delicious!
Peach Pancake Cake
2 cups Paleo Pancake Mix
¼ cup coconut oil
3 tablespoons flax meal
9 tablespoons water
½ cup Lactaid Fat Free Milk
3-4 Peaches, halved
1-2 tablespoons honey, to drizzle on top
1. Preheat oven to 375.
2. In a large bowl, combine all ingredients except for the peaches, and pour into a non-stick cake or pie pan.
3. Arrange the halved peaches around the top of the batter, and bake for 25 minutes.
4. When cake is done, drizzle with the honey, and serve warm.
This recipe keeps me full for the day ahead, and keeps my stomach feeling good so I don’t miss a minute in my busy day, thanks to Lactaid. If you’d like to learn more about Lactaid and how you can Milk the Moments in your own life, click the link here. Let me know how you like the recipe! Catch you next time, friends!