Mango Cobbler

Mango is by far one of my favorite fruits! Its so fresh and sweet and even little Moose likes a little nibble in moderation! I had some fresh mangos around the house and wanted a sweet treat that wouldn't take away from my wedding fitness goals!

I had a few ripe mangos sitting around the house and I felt like no one ever bakes with mango so why not try! I love a good crumble as well and I figured the rain outside wouldn't stop me from pretending like it was summer!

This cute personal Mango Cobbler is a great treat for 1 person and the portion is just enough to satisfy your sweet tooth!

Let's start baking!

Ingredients: Preheat the oven to 350° Fahrenheit

- 1 ripe mango

- 1/2 cup of gluten free oats

- 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon

- 1 tablespoon melted coconut oil

- 1 tablespoon truvia


1. Remove the skin from your mango and slice into small cubes (about 1/4") *this makes them cook evenly!

2. In a small bowl combine your oats, cinnamon, melted coconut oil and truvia *you can also use real sugar its just higher in sugar content and not as "skinny"

3. Place your mango pieces into a small ramekin or a small baking dish and set aside while you stir your crumble

4. When a crumble starts to form from your oat mixture, gently pour the crumble onto the top of the mangos

5. Place your baker and or ramekin in the oven on a low shelf for 25-30 minutes until the mangos are soft and the top is golden brown!

6. Eat plain or a la mode and don't forget to enjoy!