Warrior’s Blueberry Cobbler

Forget what you heard. Healthy weight-cut food can also be dang delicious and yes, Coach LT still likes her sweeties. She just respects the need to keep the food in focus with the plan.

Came home from 2 hours of boxing training to enjoy one of my go-to salads made with a base of Whole Foods’ 365 Coleslaw Mix. Love chopping it up with kitchen sheers and tossing it with some Bragg’s Nutritional Yeast, 365 Dijon or Honey Mustard, avocado, Wildwood High Protein Tofu and a light sprinkle of seasoning (Adobo, garlic and herb blends…it’s a mix-and-match kind of thing…you know, shoot from the hip and roll with it). So good!

But, that’s not what you came here for and certainly not what inspired this post. That salad was good but it was roughly 379 calories and homegirl here was still hungry.

I love a good dessert but have to stay on-plan to make weight for comp. Ever-so close and certainly too close to go screwing around now.

With that, I’ve found that the right desserts make all the difference in keeping me away from the wrong ones. The right ones nourish my body while satisfying cravings that could otherwise easily send me right off the rails. So often people buy the bull that healthy foods don’t taste good. That’s just not true. You just need to know which ingredients to keep in your arsenal as you feed that warrior body for warrior things.

This would be one of those recipes.

Put it in your pocket. Take it to your kitchen and ENJOY!

Warrior’s Blueberry Cobbler

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A clean, vegan friendly dessert perfect for a weight cut or every day noshing.
5.5g Protein | 19.8g Carbohydrates | 9.2g Fat
Course Dessert
Cuisine American, Fitness Fuel
Keyword Clean Eating, Healthy Dessert, Healthy Vegan, Lean, no cook, Raw Dessert, raw food, Raw Vegan
Prep Time 3 minutes
Servings 1
Calories 186
Author Coach LT


  • 2 tbsp Organic Old Fashioned Oats
  • 2 tsp Monk Fruit Sweetener (Powder) divided
  • 85 g Raw Blueberries (about a half cup)
  • 16 g Raw Almond Butter or Peanut Butter (1 tbsp)
  • tsp Cinnamon or to taste
  • Light Drizzle Raw Honey or Maple optional


  • Place blueberries and 1 tsp of your monk fruit powder in a bowl. Mash gently with a fork just to squish the berries about and get their juices flowing. *
  • In another dish, mix your oats, cinnamon and 1 tsp monk fruit sweetener to evenly combine.
  • Add peanut butter to your oat mixture and mash together to combine.
  • Scoop oat mixture over top of berries. Add that light drizzle of raw honey or maple, if desired.
  • Enjoy immediately or cover to allow it to set and meld.


* To scale it up another notch, you’re welcome to play with flavor add-ins in your blueberry mix.  A splash of vanilla would be an obvious win but play with what you like. Also, if adding the light drizzle of honey, adding it to your blueberries can be a great way to land the sweet consistency more like a regular cobbler.
** To serve this warm, I have also covered it over and set it in my oven on the dehydrator setting at 100 degrees farenheit overnight (adjusted proportions for a breakfast meal, rather than a dessert).  Was delicious and perfect having it ready to go upon waking in the morning!

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