These healthy honey baked peaches taste like peach pie for breakfast! Paired with yogurt and granola, this breakfast will keep you full for hours.
Are you a sweet or savory breakfast person? I definitely prefer a sweet breakfast, which is why I love oatmeal and yogurt bowls so much! These honey baked peaches with yogurt and granola are the sweet breakfast of my dreams.
While I adore fresh fruit, I also love cooking fruit before eating it. Baking, sautéing, or poaching fruit really brings out its natural sweetness. In this honey baked peaches recipe, the dollop of honey is more than enough added sweetener – you could even leave it out!
How to Make Honey Baked Peaches
These peaches are quickly seared in a cast iron skillet before baking, so they get a nice caramelized crust on top. If you don’t have a cast iron skillet, you can skip this step, and just bake in the oven.
Preheat your oven to 375 degrees F.
Heat coconut oil in a cast iron skillet and add halved peaches, cut side down.
Once peaches are browned, flip them over and add a dollop of honey in the center of each peach.
Place cast iron skillet in oven, and bake until tender and soft.
Ingredients you need to make these honey baked peaches
A Few Recipe Notes
Choose only slightly ripe peaches for this recipe. It will help the peaches hold their shape when baked.
You can use nectarines instead of peaches in this recipe for a similar result.
You can use maple syrup instead of honey and non-dairy yogurt to make this recipe vegan.
These peaches can be prepared ahead of time and reheated when ready to eat. They also taste great straight from the fridge.