Blueberry Peach Crisp

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This Blueberry Peach Crisp is a wonderful summer dessert loaded with fruit, and a lightly sweetened crisp oat topping.

Blueberry Peach Crisp with a spoon
Blueberry Peach Crisp

I’m a sucker for pies, crisps and cobblers. There’s something about eating a hot gooey crisp with a cold scoop of vanilla frozen yogurt cream that really does it for me!! Delicious served warm out of the oven. For a Fall fruit crisp, you make also like this Cinnamon Apple Crisp.

Blueberry Peach Crisp with a skoop of ice cream

Sweet ripe summer peaches and blueberries are the perfect combination in this fruit crisp. Once baked the blueberries burst in a lovely blue shade that seeps through the crisp and some on top. And this recipe couldn’t be any easier!

The topping is crisp and not too sweet. Perfect to bring to a potluck, make for the family or to serve guests too.

Variations and Tips

  • To make this Gluten-Free swap out the flour for a gluten-free flour mix and use gluten-free oats.
  • You can use frozen fruit in place of fresh, although it may not be as sweet.
  • Make it even lighter by using less crisp topping on top.

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Blueberry Peach Crisp with a skoop of ice cream
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Blueberry Peach Crisp

203 Cals 2 Protein 35.5 Carbs 7 Fats
Prep Time: 15 mins
Cook Time: 40 mins
Total Time: 55 mins
Yield: 8 servings
COURSE: Dessert
CUISINE: American
This Blueberry Peach Crisp is a wonderful summer dessert loaded with fruit, and delicious served warm out of the oven.


For the Filling:

  • 5 yellow peaches, pitted and sliced
  • 1 cup blueberries, about 6 oz
  • 1/2 lemon, zested and juiced
  • 2 tsp cornstarch
  • 3 1/2 tablespoons agave nectar or honey

For the Topping:

  • 1 cup uncooked quick or rolled oats, *
  • 1/3 cup whole wheat flour, *
  • 1/2 cup light brown sugar, not packed
  • 3/4 tsp cinnamon
  • 1/4 cup half stick butter, melted


  • Heat oven to 375F degrees.
  • Combine peaches, blueberries, agave nectar, lemon juice and zest in large bowl. Sprinkle with cornstarch. Toss until fruit is coated.
    peaches and blueberries in a bowl
  • Place fruit in an ungreased pie dish. Mix remaining ingredients. Sprinkle over fruit.
    Blueberry Peach Crisp
  • Bake about 40 minutes or until topping is golden brown and fruit is tender.
  • Serve with a scoop of ice cream or frozen yogurt, if desired.


*To make this Gluten-Free swap out the flour for a gluten-free flour mix and use gluten-free oats.


Serving: 1/8th, Calories: 203kcal, Carbohydrates: 35.5g, Protein: 2g, Fat: 7g, Saturated Fat: 4g, Cholesterol: 15.5mg, Sodium: 2mg, Fiber: 2.5g, Sugar: 24g
WW Points Plus: 6
Keywords: blueberry crisp, crisp, fruit crisp, peach crisp

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  1. This was wonderful. Easy to make and very flavorful.  So good that none of us were successful in having just one serving. I will absolutely be making this again. 

  2. This was delicious!  I only used peaches and it turned out yummy. Also i used date syrup in place of honey which added to the sweetness. Will definitely make this again 

  3. This was amazing! Made the recipe as written. My family gave it rave reviews. This recipe is a keeper. Thank you!

  4. How many days can I keep this in the fridge before serving? (I have to take it to a get together on Sunday but the only time I’m going to have to make it is Friday night)

  5. I made this a few times, super delicious and light recipe. But, I add 1/2cp pecans for a pop. I also find cutting the topping mixture in 1/2 works much better (too much otherwise). And, to mix things up I am made a peach-strawberry-pecan crisp for a picnic this week with rave results!

  6. Do you think it’s possible to use light butter?

  7. Could I use frozen peaches and blueberries? I am writing from Alaska and there are no good blueberries or peaches at the stores right now….

  8. This recipe made an easy transition from being the prep person to baker

  9. I made this yesterday and it is so tasty! I used nectarines instead of peaches since that’s what I had and needed to be used and it worked great. Next time I would drop the amount of lemon I used as it was a bit stronger than I like, but my lemon was pretty large and juicy so half may have been too much. But this will definitely be made again!

  10. could you use canned peaches instead of fresh?

    • I made it with canned peaches and fresh blueberries and it was delicious! Right now, I have another batch in the oven with just canned peaches (by request of my husband).

  11. I have a bunch of nectarines… can I use them instead of peaches in this recipe?

  12. Loved this recipe– not too sweet, but sweet enough to bring out the wonderful flavor of the fruits!  Will make it again and again!

  13. I love the new feature where I can adjust the recipe for the number of servings and select whether to include instruction photos. Great idea! However, something has been broken since this was implemented. The page margins are missing and the recipe prints right to the edge of the page on the top and both sides. Actually, the left side cuts off the first letter of each sentence. Try printing and you’ll see.

  14. This was so delicious!! I peeled 5 large peaches. I used honey and regular flour. I used lemon juice. I put it in a 9 inch deep dish pie pan. It was so good!!! I love your recipes!! Thank you so much!

  15. ohhh yummm! Excited to try this!

  16. This was SO good, I was able to somehow justify being able to eat this for breakfast (it has oats, right?).

  17. Not sure if recipe is correct. Calls for one cup peaches (about 5 peeled). However one cup was only 2 peaches. One cup of peaches and one cup of blueberries barely covered a pie dish. I went back and added more peaches. Also, instructions state to mix peaches and blackberries not blueberries.

  18. Turned out perfect. 5 peaches. 1 cup of frozen blueberries. The whole family loved it!

  19. This was outstanding! I used ripe peaches and ripe blueberries, and I didn’t have the agave nectar, so I used a little less than 1/4 cup honey and used “rolled oats: old fashioned.” I went more by the “5 peaches” suggestion than by the “1 cup” and it was perfect–it must have been closer to at least 1 1/2 cups. The blueberries burst and so the deep blue seeping through the crisp and some on top was lovely. The topping was crisp and not too sweet. I’m saving this recipe to serve guests too (as well as family). My husband thoroughly enjoyed it too.

  20. What’s the best way to use frozen fruits instead? Drain them before using or use frozen – thank you for wonderful recipes. Your slow cooker pulled pork have been a hit for many years now 🙂

  21. I used 1 cuo blueberries and five peaches for a total of 4 1/2 cups of fruit. It was perrfect!

  22. Can this crisp be frozen? It is delicious!

  23. I just put this in the oven! As other have said, it really didn’t seem like enough fruit. I did one cup of each, but it barely covered the bottom of my pie dish. I really hope it still turns out!

  24. This looks like a lot more than 1 cup of peaches. No?

  25. Hi Gina, I would really love to try this recipe, but I am allergic to peaches. Is there a fruit I can sub for it or do I just double the blueberries! Thanks for your help!

  26. Hey did anyone confirm if it's one cup or one pound of peaches? I'm going to give this a shot tonight… Think I'll split the difference just to see (About 2 cups which will still be short of a pound).

  27. Could you make a crisp with Go Lean Crunch cereal? I've had it before and can't find a recipe for it. Thanks, Jenna

  28. Ahh… I think I figured it out! It is supposed to say 1 lb. of peaches. Did that, and it is SO yummy! I love it. Thanks for the recipe!

  29. I'm thinking the same as the first two posters. Really? because one peach is almost a cup.

  30. Same question here. One cup of sliced peaches equals five whole peches?

    • This looks fantastic! I don’t have any agave – can I just use honey? If so, it is just a 1-to-1 replacement? Thanks in advance!

  31. Hi, I am just curious if this recipe really calls for just 1 cup of peaches, which you say is about 5 peaches. I just sliced up one peach and it's almost a cup.

  32. Hi, love this and big raves at home also for your strawberry rhubarb crisp, but I can't get the topping proportions correct. Can you please include the size of the pie plate/baking containers used in the recipes – thanks, that would be a big help!

  33. Holy Momma! This was yummy! Thanks!

  34. I LOVE this. We made it this weekend as well and went over very well! Thanks Gina!!

  35. This recipe is so delicious…

    • This looks fantastic! I don’t have any agave – can I just use honey? If so, it is just a 1-to-1 replacement? Thanks in advance!

  36. I use whatever I have on hand.

  37. Thanks for this recipe – I can't wait to try it! Just wondering if you used salted or unsalted butter in this? Thanks!

  38. I made this last weekend for a bbq and it was fantastic, not to mention super easy! I didn't eat it right out of the oven, but I microwaved individual slices for 10 seconds or so and served it with lowfat Breyers vanilla bean ice cream. Soooo good! Our guests ate it all up :)We also enjoyed your choc chip oatmeal cookies. I make them in triple batches (yes about 90 cookies, lol)for friends and family. Everyone loves them!

  39. You said "serve with low-fat ice cream or Fat free frozen yogurt", is that included in the 6 points plus?? Thanks! 🙂

  40. Made this with blackberries and plums instead. Yummy! Points plus ?

  41. What would be the points plus values for this recipe. I want to make this for dessert for my family on sunday !

  42. Do you have the points plus values on this? Maybe I'm not seeing it??

    Kelly H

  43. It's usually near the honey or syrup in the supermarket. You can use sugar or honey instead.

  44. hi recipe sounds great ..where can I find
    the agave nectar

  45. So happy you feel that way!

  46. I am new to your site and I have already made several of your recipes, all of which have turned out amazingly!! Your spices and assortment of ingredients are genius, thank you!! This Blueberry Peach Crisp turned out so yummy!!!

  47. I agree with Andrea! I used this recipe and everything seemed to go rather smoothly. I did not have too many frozen blueberries left so I added two table spoons of some freeze dried blueberry powder which one of my friends recomended to me for baking. It was so good I would strongly suggest it! Plus the powder is 100% Fruit, with no additives, so it just added a little blueberry kick to the recipe. Best cobbler I have ever made! My kids loved it!

  48. This was the best cobbler I have EVER had!! Thank you for this easy to make, and healthy cobbler recipe!! I made this for my husband, and lets just say there were no leftovers the next day 🙂 I can't wait to make again for my friends!

  49. I would like to try the Bourbon mashed sweet potatos.

  50. this would be great to try i would love to try the recepie for Classic Pound Cake with Agave thanks for the chance to win

  51. I want to try ALL of the recipes, but I think the one that sounded the best were the Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Whole Grain Cookies. Fall is right around the corner, and this just sounds like the most amazing thing to have on a chilly fall evening with a warm cup of hot chocolate. Mmmmmm!!

  52. I'd love to try the pound cake. Yummy!

  53. Lots of good looking recipes! I'd love the Chocolate Agave Syrup and Blueberry-Cranberry Granola Muffins (I love fiber filled muffins for breakfast wtih peanut butter!). And, the No Bake Cookies would be a great gluten free treat for my sister (She is so impressed when I "bake" for her).
    scienceprincess at hotmail dot com

  54. i would like to try agave strawberry jame

    nettysgirl at

  55. Has to be the Classic Pound Cake and the Strawberry Jam. Yummy!!

  56. My mouth literally dropped open when I saw the pumpkin chocolate chip cookies…YUM.

  57. I just found your blog today-it's great!! I'm excited to try your recipes.

    On the Xagave site, I would love to make the bbq sauce and ketchup….we use a lot at home and would love to do it in a more healthy way. Thanks!!

  58. The Classic Cranberry Sauce caught my eye. I LOVE cranberry sauce – in most any form. I eat it throughout the year.

    I have a great homemade cranberry relish recipe that is fantastic, and I think the Xagave in it instead of sugar would be great.

    Yum, time to go make cranberry muffins 🙂


  59. I am always looking for protien shakes. I would love to try the Chocolate Protein Shake.

  60. I'd love to try either the pound cake or the lemon meringue-LOVE both but too many points!

  61. The recipe No Bake Cookies made with Agave sounds like the perfect one to make with young children because there is no heating up the oven.

  62. Well, the Island Painkiller caught my attention, but I think I would like to try the Pound Cake. sounds interesting

  63. I would love to try the Teriaki sauce…there are so many uses for it! Of course the pound cake, lemon meringue, no bake cookies and island painkiller look really good too! I will definately bookmark that site and order! I have never even heard of agave so thanks for the info!
    Patti R. Florida

  64. I would love to try this! We have diabetes in our family, so we're always on the look out for products to help us transition to no-sugar diets. This would be great! Thanks so much, and the recipe sounds amazing, those pics are drool-worthy.

    shevilkenevil1 at aol dot com

  65. I love agave and would like to get into using it for baking. The Classic Pound Cake with Agave sounds delish!

    mamaknj @ msn . com

  66. I'd love to try the Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Whole Grain Agave Cookies. They look so delicious!

    aikychien at yahoo dot com

  67. I would like to try the No bake cookies as they are easy to make and sound yummy but with less calories than the regular recipe! thanks!!!

  68. I want to try the Pumpkin Chocolate Chip cookies!

  69. I would try the No Bake Cookies made with Agave. Definitely a childhood favourite!

    seashorerose @ gmail . com

  70. I would try the chocolate agave syrup.

  71. The Agave Strawberry Jam sounds wonderful.

    I'm at

  72. my husband loves no bakes! a treat for the entire family!

  73. THe Pumpkin chocolate chip whole grain agave cookies look so yummy!

  74. I had No Bake Cookies at a friend's house once and thought they were the best invention ever! So I would love to try the EZ Gorilla Poops wth Agave!

  75. I would so like to try the Whole Wheat Carrot Pineapple Cake with Agave, because my mom and grandma love carrot cake. I would bake this for our next get together. Thanks!

  76. I just found this site and I am very interested in following along with the recipes. I have never tried Agave and would love to try the No Bake Cookies.

    Hope I win….Kathy

  77. I would love to try "No Bake Cookies made with Agave" because I thought that this recipes is easy and conveniece.

  78. Your recipe looks super good–maybe even better with a dollop of whip cream on top?? 🙂

    I would love to try the Tangy Agave Ketchup because I am a huge ketchup addict!

  79. I'd love to win this!! I would love to try the pumpkin chocolate chip whole grain Agave cookies~Yummy!!!!


  80. I would love to try the Classic Pound Cake with Agave!. By the way you're Blueberry Peach Cobbler looks delicious.

  81. oh the pound cake sounds yummy! i love me some good cake!

    and this fruit crisp looks fabulous…i just happen to have some blueberries that need to be used.


  82. OHHHH!!! So many yummy new treats to try — since we're coming up on Fall, the Whole Grain Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookes fell right into my lap as a new recipe to try. AND… since I splured on a fabulous carrot cake at the Cheesecake Factory this weekend (!), I need a healthier fix to satisfy THAT craving — looks like the Pinapple Carrot Cake recipe will work just fine.

  83. I just found your site – it's amazing! And some of those Xagave recipes look great! With Fall right around the corner, I'd love to try the Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Whole Grain Agave Cookies. I heart pumpkin.

    Thanks so much!

  84. The Strawberry Jam intrigues me, as I have always made it the standard way. And now that my husband was diagnosed Diabetic, I have even great incentive to try alternative recipes.

  85. Oh, I'm alllll over that Island Painkiller. Mmmmm!

    ctevia (at) hotmail

  86. Gina,

    Your website is Wonderful! I'm so glad i found it, and I'm sharing it w/family, friends & co-workers.

    2 wks ago I started changing my lifestyle to get back into the healthy body I had 5 yrs ago.

    I WILL be trying and serving the Xagave recipe "Island Pain Killer (Pina Colada)" while at a beach house with my family. It is a most welcome substitute for the more unhealthy drinks usually made, and looks to be even more tasty.

    I'm also looking forward to making YOUR recipes for my family today starting with the Spaghetti w/mushrooms, garlic & oil AND trying new ones for everyone at the beach house!

    You're a life saver.
    Norrice King*

  87. Asian Cabbage & Sprout Salad with Agave Soy Ginger Dressing! This sounds yummy!

  88. The Blueberry-Cranberry Agave Granola Bar Muffins sound divine!
    I would really LOVE to tray this recipe!
    Thanks for this information!

  89. I'd definitely want to try the cranberry sauce! I love cranberries!

    Rebecca @ Fyfe . net (without the spaces)

  90. I'm super interested in trying the agave nectar. I love sweet things but am sometimes afraid of all the artificial sweeteners so the agave sounds wonderful.

    I can't wait to try the Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Whole Grain Agave Cookies – yummmm!

    Maria –

  91. I really want to try the Strawberry Jam. We go through lots of it at our house and it would be great to try it with lower calories.
    Mindy –

  92. I want to try the cranberry sauce! the holidays are coming up and we all love home made cranberry sauce, but my mother is now diabetic – it would be fabulous to have a recipe that isn't so high in sugar 🙂

    KC –

  93. I would love to try the Pound Cake. It is one of my favorite desserts I dont get the pleasure in eatig these days! 🙂
    Teresa –

  94. Love this giveaway and am interested in trying agave nectar. The Island Painkiller is definitely on my radar as I love tropical drinks but they are usually so high in points!! Thanks for the opportunity! Ally

  95. I would like to try the pumpkin chocolate chip whole grain cookies. they sound devine!

    missysjas at yahoo

  96. I would try the Chocolate-Protein Oat Shake. 🙂
    e8jackson6 at yahoo

  97. omg!!! I am going to try the Lemon Pie…sounds so good!!

  98. I confess, I've not heard of agave before but would love to try it. The Tangy Agave Ketchup looks like a good one – my kids eat a LOT of ketchup and I'd love to give them something without HFCS. Thanks for the chance to win this awesome prize as I begin my WW journey. cpamomva at hotmail dot com

  99. I would love to try the blueberry crisp. I get so many great ideas from Ginny!
    Thanks so much for the help in preparing better meals.
    Cynthia Leavitt

  100. With fall just around the corner I would love to try the Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Whole Grain Agave Cookies. This is the second siting of the Xagave so I will be on the look out for it, but winning it would be fabulous. Thanks for the opportunity! -Aimee

  101. The recipe I picked was Bluberry-Cranberry Agave Granola Bar muffins. I am always looking for something healthy for breakfast. Hope I win the Agave because it looks like its unavailable in Colorado as yet. Cathi

  102. I want to try the Kansas City Barbecue Sauce with Agave on some spare ribs. yum.

    Joey Delgado. You KNOW my email address.

  103. I would definitely try the pumpkin chocolate chip cookies! I have a recipe for pumpkin chocolate chip muffins that is amazing and I bet the cookies will be too – minus the fat and calories of course!

  104. I would try the Classic Pound Cake. Yum!

  105. I want to try the Lemon Meringue Pie. Mmmm.

  106. I would love to try the Classic pound cake. I love any kind of dessert!

  107. oops i forgot to post my email address!
    bellbottoms1976 @

  108. first off your cobbler looks delish!
    i LOVE agave and a cookbook so wonderful!

  109. I would like to try the Agave Strawberry jam. I make strawberry jam every summer. Husband loves it an has it every day.

  110. I have heard about Xagave and would love to give it a try! I found quite a few recipes I would love to try! A couple I liked were, Blueberry-cranberry Xagave bar muffins (I think that was the name lol! so long!), Pumpkin chocolate chip cookies, and the teriaki glaze! yum it all sounds so good!

    My email is

  111. Your cobbler looks and sounds great!
    After looking at the XAGAVE recipes, I would love to make their pumpkin chocolate chip whole grain agave cookies and their cranberry sauce (I have fall on the brain…can you tell?).

    my email is

  112. I would really like to try the poundcake only try to make it a lighter version because I'm on Weight Watchers. The blueberry peach crisp sounds delicious also. I have been wanting to try the agave nectar. I have seen a lot of articles about it on the internet. My email is

  113. wow! no bake cookies with agave and the pound cake sound yummi!!!
    Gina F

  114. I've never tried agave nectar and would love to experiment with it!

    The pumpkin chocolate chip whole grain agave cookies and the asian cabbage and sprout salad with agave soy ginger dressing look especially tempting!

  115. I just bought some Xagave for my mother-in-law who is diabetic but never tried it myself. I love pound cake so I would love to try it with Xagave.

  116. This is what I would try:
    Blueberry-Cranberry Agave Granola Bar Muffins
    Thanks for the recipes. I can't do splenda at all so happy to find alternatives.

    I can'

  117. I would love to try the pumpkin chocolate chip cookies!

  118. I have tried regular Agave before and love it. I would like to try the No-bake cookies made with the Agave.

  119. First of all, thanks so much for introducing me to this awesome-sounding sweetner! I am super eager to try it for myself. With fall just around the corner, both the Whole Wheat Carrot Pineapple Cake with Agave and Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Whole Grain Agave Cookies sound like the perfect inspiration for a cool "Welcome Fall" girls night out potluck at my place. Maybe I can have all my girlies pick a recipe from this site for us to try! YUMMY!!

  120. I would love to try the Fresh Strawberry Agave Pie. Love pies and love fresh strawberries even more.
    Love your recipes and your blog!

  121. I would love to try the cranberry sauce, since they will soon be in season and fresh.

  122. I will try the tangy agave ketchup. I have often wanted to try making my own ketchup and now is the time.

  123. I would love to try the "no bake cookies" recipe. Love the idea of "no bake anything", ha ha, and kids would probably love to help. The crisp recipe posted sounds great, can't wait to try it!

  124. The classic pound cake sounds awesome!

  125. I crave pound cake, so it would definitely have to be their Classic Pound Cake with Agave. I would hope it would be dense and crumbly and sweet like the original.


  126. Great website. Since I have had a hankering for chocolate chip cookies, I am going to make Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Whole Grain Agave Cookies. Sounds like a perfect fall dessert!

  127. I absolutely can not WAIT to try the Asian Cabbage and Sprout Salad WITH Agave Soy Ginger Dressing!! This recipe is a two for one! I love Asian food and this salad AND dressing sound great!! I may be making it sooner than I think! YUM!
    Thanks! Maren

  128. I'd love to make the Blueberry-Cranberry Agave Granola Bar Muffins and/or the lemon meringue pie.


  129. I think the whole wheat chocolate chip cookies sound great!

  130. I love pumpkin flavors so the pumpkin chocolate chip whole grain agave cookies sound fantastic!

  131. I am a freak for anything lemon. I would love to try the lemon meringue pie recipe. It sounds delicious!!

  132. I <3 your blog. So many awesome recipes. Thanks!!

  133. I definitely HAVE to make the barbeque sauce. My son eats it with EVERYTHING! I would be nice to see him eating a little bit of a healthier version!

  134. I have never use agave nectar but I love cookbooks! The recipe above looks awesome ~ especially for this time of year!! There are so many recipes that I am not sure where I woul start! Probably in the sweets section! yummy!

  135. Oh, the pumpkin whole wheat chocolate chip cookies for sure! Thanks for the opportunity Gina!

  136. Oh I would have to try the Lemon Meringue Pie for sure! All of the recipes sound amazing though so I probably would just work my way through the cookbook!

  137. It would definitely be the Lemon merigue pie! YUMMY

  138. We have strawberries coming out of our ears. I would really like to try the strawberry jam recipe. I am person who love sweets so this may be the answer for me. Thank you for the website.

  139. carrot pineapple cake sounds delicious! Very fall- like too!!

  140. I have never seen or heard about the Agave Nectar. Where can I get some to try? My husband is a diabetic, however he has been told by his Dr. that the reason for his constant headaches and belly rumbles is from using artificial sweetners. This product sounds like a good alternative for him.

    From the BBQ sauce and Ketchup for him and the Island Painkiller for me I can't wait to use some of these recipes…YUM!

    I am so happy to have stumbled across your site,


  141. Oh it has to be the Island Painkiller…I love Pina Coladas! Love your blog. I just started my own blog and your blog was a source of inspiration!

  142. I have been wanting to try agave for a long time. I would love to make the classic pound cake, the pumpkin chocolate chip cookies, and the blueberry-cranberry granola muffins.

    annbr1217 (at) aol (dot) com

  143. I'd like to try the chocolate syrup. I have a bottle of agave at home and need a cookbook to help me learn to use it!

  144. Yummm… so many sound good! For the grandkids, I'm going to make the Gorilla Poops, of course. But for us, I'm making the Asian Cabbage Salad. Also the Blueberry-Cranberry muffins. Looking forward to trying the Xagave sweetener!

  145. I almost bought a bottle of Agave nectar in the store yesterday but wasn't sure which brand to try!
    I would love to make the pumpkin chocolate chips whole grain cookies because I love pumpkin! Thanks for the give away!!

  146. I would love to try the Lemon Meringue Pie made with Xagave brand Agave recipe. I have been wanting a lemon pie! Thanks for the chance to win.

  147. Definitely the no bake cookies. I was just craving them really bad the other day (and am now that I've thought of them again!) The pumpkin cookies sound awesome too, and I wouldn't mind trying the chocolate syrup either. I'm gonna have to get some of this stuff whether I win or not!

  148. We use agave nectar for sweetening coffee or tea and I've used it some other recipes but would love to use it even more. First recipe that came up when I clicked on the link was the Island Painkiller. We vacation in the winter in the US Virgin Islands and usually take a day trip over to the British Virgin Islands where the Painkiller was born!!! And we have some of the original tin mugs from Pusser's. Delicious! Also, can't leave this comment without telling you Gina how much I enjoy your website and recipes. I've made a lot of them and they are all wonderful. Now if this weight would come off a little more consistently………Have a great day! Janet

  149. There are so many things that look delicious. But for practicality, I think the first thing I would try is the Tangy Agave Ketchup. With a 2 and 4 year old, we use a LOT of ketchup and I'm always wishing for a healthier alternative!

  150. I am a dessert freak! I would love to try the pound cake! The cook book would be wonderful!!!


  151. I love sweets, so I would choose to make:

    Lemon Meringue Pie


    P.S. I am going to post your giveaway on my blog!….thank you!

  152. I want to try the No Bake Cookies, a childhood favorite.

    Christina M.

  153. I've often wondered about agave nectar and would love to try it! The pound cake recipe would be first on my list. My grandmother used to make it all the time and it's become one of those comfort food type recipes that I love to make!

  154. The cranberry sauce looks like it would be a nice thing to try. Would love to win as I have never tried it.

  155. Asian Cabbage & Sprout Salad with Agave Soy Ginger Dressing, and the Agave Strawberry pie sound delish! Thanks for your great site, I make a lot of the recipes you so generously share.

  156. I think the lemon pie would be at the top of my list! This stuff sounds perfect for a low sugar kitchen!!

  157. They all sound so yummy!!! But I will have to say I would like to try the fresh strawberry agave pie. Love those strawberries!!

  158. I would love to make the No Bake Cookies.

  159. I would certainly try this out. I would especially try the cranberry sauce and the barbecue sauce. I'm all for reducing the amount of sugar I use.

  160. I love, love, love cranberries so I would make the cranberry recipe!


  161. Ohhhh!!!! I want to win!!
    I would like to try the Island Painkiller, No-bake cookies, or even the Lemon Meringue. But I think your Blueberry Peach crisp looks the best.
    My email…

  162. Oh YUM! I just found your blog. Your recipes actually LOOK apealing compared to other WW recipes I've looked up. Anyway, I love Agave Nectar and had never heard of Xagave. Please sign me up for the giveaway, I very interested in trying it.

  163. I would love to try any of these recipes! The no bakes look really good, as does the recipe for ketchup, lemon merigine pie, and pumpkin cookies! What can I say they all look amazing! Do you plan on using agave nectar more in the future! I love it! See my uses here:
    and my email address is

  164. I've wanted to try agave for awhile too and the Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Whole Grain Cookies sound incredible.

  165. I would love to try the Classic Pound Cake, it's one of my very favorite dessert!

    Thanks for posting, I really enjoy your blog!


  166. Wow, I've heard of agave nectar but I had no idea that it was so versatile. I would love to try so many of the recipes — the pumpkin chocolate chip cookies, the carrot cake, the no-bake cookies!! (staple of my childhood, never thought I'd eat again!) — and I love the idea of making chocolate syrup so that my kids can have chocolate milk without high fructose corn syrup!

  167. mmm, the strawberry jam!!

  168. I would LOVE the classic pound cake with agave or the fresh strawberry agave pie. Eating healthy for me means I have to avoid my favorite desserts (or else I would eat too much). These sound awesome!

  169. Oooh the No Bake Cookies recipe sounds amazing. My mom made them for me when I was little but these days they are just sooo bad for me!

  170. I would love to try the whole wheat carrot pineapple cake with agave!!

  171. I would totally love to try the Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Whole Grain Agave Cookies! I love pumpkin and am trying to get more whole grains in my life.

    I have never heard of Agave. I don't think they sell that around here. I'm all about trying natural sweeteners. I detest the artificial stuff. Thanks! ellie_may12 at hotmail dot com

  172. I like the Pound Cake recipe. I love Pound Cake, but because of all the sugar and fat, I've been avoiding it.

  173. I would LOVE to try this stuff!!! I want to make the No Bake Cookies made with Agave. My son and I were just talking about making no bakes the other day…this would be the perfect reason to make them!

  174. The island painkiller looks way yummy.

  175. Ooh, pick me! Pick me! I'd love to try several of those recipes – the pound cake, the ketchup and the barbecue sauce for sure. In fact, I don't think I can wait until I win – I'd better go buy some!

    Love your site – I follow you on Google Reader so I don't miss any updates!


  176. I just had a baby boy three moths ago and just like any other new mother I am trying to loose all this baby weight. I've joined weight watchers and eating healthy. I love my sweets (who doesn't? but do not want to consume sugar-free products. Agave is a great alternative. I would love to try the island painkiller especially when the day seems like it will never end. Also, I would like to try the tangy agava ketchup. We also have a three year old daughter and are trying not to feed her things with high fructose corn syrup. I think this ketchup may be a great alternative. Thank you.

  177. The Chocolate Agave Syrup sounds yummy. I've always said that Agave Nectar is the nectar of the gods. It is THAT good.

  178. I'd love to incorporate agave into my cooking more! Right now I just use it to sweeten my oatmeal or yogurt, but I've never cooked with it.

    I'd be all over that Kansas City BBQ Sauce. Love me some BBQ. Thanks for the give away!

  179. That blueberry peach crisp looks yummy! I can't wait to try it!

    And I'd love to try the pound cake or the strawberry jam!!!

  180. I'd love to try the Classic Pound Cake or the Strawberry Jam!

  181. I just find your site today and am so pleased to see ww recipes because I just started!
    I would make the pumpkin chocolate chips whole grain cookies. Those sound amazing! I'm a suck for pumpkin.

  182. I would absolutely love to try their Lemon Meringue pie. It's one of my favorites, and if I can cut the calories, it may be back on the menu!

  183. I would love the opportunity to try the no bake cookies.

    Love the zucchini lasagna and soups….I make them all the time!


  184. I wouldn't mind winning this at all. I love agave nectar and a cookbook with a conversion chart would be great.

    The strawberry jam looks great, though I like to make mine in big batches and can it.