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August 23, 2013

Easiest Gluten Free Peach Cobbler Recipe Ever!

You really are going to be amazed at how easy this recipe is and how little ingredients it needs. I was actually surprised at first that it was even gluten-free just from taste. So whenever I have something that is that good, I have to share it with you. It is both gluten ad dairy free which is of course something I do with all of my recipes. I thought this was extremely good by itself! But if there's anything that I would of added to make it better, it would of had to of been some dairy free vanilla ice cream. This is by far the best tasting recipe I've ever had for how simple and inexpensive it is. I guarantee if you try it, you won't even know it's gluten-free. Enjoy and feel free to switch the peaches out with any other amount of your favorite fruit! It'll probably taste just as good.

Ingredients:
  • 5 large peaches - peeled, pitted and thinly sliced
  • 1 cup gluten-free flour (I use gluten-free mama's coconut flour blend)
  • 1 cup granulated sugar
  • 1/2 tsp. cinnamon
  • 1/4 tsp. salt
  • 1/2 cup cold butter (I used Earth Balance)
  • I really recommend this with some vanilla ice cream as well!

Directions:
  1. Heat oven to 375 F and grease 9" square pan.
  2. Place peaches in bottom of baking dish.
  3. Combine flour, sugar, cinnamon and salt in separate bowl.
  4. Add cold butter to the flour mixture and mix with a pastry blender or fork until mixture resembles crumbs.
  5. Pour crumb mixture over peaches.
  6. Bake for 45 minutes until top is bubbly and crisp!

I hope you like this recipe and it might even taste good with some other type of fruit too! If you try it with another fruit, let me know how it turns out and tastes! I just chose peaches cause they were one of my favorites and I know you'll enjoy it too.

33 comments:

Anonymous said...

Is the butter cold or melted?

Taylor Miller said...

Cold when you add it in!

Christian said...

Just made it and my family loved it! I loved that it was so easy to make. Thanks for the recipe!

Taylor Miller said...

You're welcome! It's one of my favorites so I'm glad you liked it. Thanks for commenting!

Anonymous said...

I am going to try this tonight. I have been itching to use my new bag of coconut flour for a sweet treat. This is the one! :}

SyLeah

Taylor Miller said...

Hope you like it! Leave a rating out of 5 stars if you'd like too!

Anonymous said...

Oops, I didn't mean to vote 2.5 stars! In fact, I didn't mean to vote at all as I haven't made it yet. I can't wait to make it, it looks so easy to make. Thank you for the easy recipe. I love coconut flour!

Anonymous said...

Could I use coconut oil instead of butter?

Taylor Miller said...

Most likely not since the butter has to be cold to make the crumbs.

Erin Hughes said...

I use coconut oil instead of butter. Just make sure it is still solid and not melted. I also use honey instead of sugar and it works wonderfully. Awesome recipe!

Gaile said...

Is that the coconut flour blend or just coconut flour?

Taylor Miller said...

I've used both the blend and regular coconut flour in this recipe and it's turned out great each time!

Kimberly Johnson said...

Just made this and it was the easiest and most amazing dessert ever. Thanks for sharing!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for posting this. Didn't have fresh peaches - so used 2 cans (drained and diced) peaches and only 1/2 cup of sugar. Turned out delicious.

Melissa Roberts said...

Sounds like a easy and yummy recipe. My son is gluten free and lactose free so this will be perfect :)

Barbara Wilt Gerber said...

I made an error in voting! I thought it was delicious and would have given it 5 stars, NOT 1 1/2! I was clicking on the stars thinking that I could read the other reviews. Now I don't know how to fix it. Please forgive me. 5 STARS!!

Anne Miller said...

This is great! I used an all purpose GF flour, stevia and honey instead of sugar, and as I forked my butter in, kept it moist with a little coconut oil too. I could eat the topping all by itself. Way to go.

Anonymous said...

Very yummy!

Anonymous said...

One of my friends had POTS. She has improved soooo much, but it took at least 10 years.

Anonymous said...

That was awesome!!

Anonymous said...

Just popped it in the oven, adjusted b/c I didn't have fresh peaches = ( used 4- 15oz cans Freestone Peaches strained adding back in maybe 1/2 can juice, additional cinnamon on peaches and only 1/2 C of sugar...can't wait!...will be back to vote, now to try your Pumpkin Squares! = ) Sharing your site!

Anonymous said...

The Nov 26 recipe cobbler turned out fantastic, took it to a Thanksgiving campout, needed no refrigeration, it was a hit! Thanks = )

Anonymous said...

Ugh . . . what happened to mine? The topping looks like a dark sandy beach on top of the peaches. I can literally pinch it and it falls through my fingers like dirt. I followed the recipe exactly and was so excited by the other favorable reviews. Doing an online search after the fact, I notice other non-GF recipes use a bit of water, up to as much as 5 Tbsp, and also chill their dough for a time in the fridge (30 min - 2 hours). I am so disappointed. Maybe others on here are accustomed to making cobbler and know how the topping should look when putting it on the peaches . . . I got the cold-butter-crumbly-meal-like consistency . . . This was my first attempt at a cobbler, and I was planning to serve it to my GF family but the topping is like eating mouthfuls of sand. It is granular and not pleasant. It definitely does not look like the image posted with the recipe. Any guess as to what went wrong here?

Anonymous said...

Could I use frozen peaches instead?

Anonymous said...

My family LOVED it!! I just made it this evening, and it's almost gone. My husband who wrinkles his nose at vegan and gluten free anything has already eaten 1/2 of it. I used cold coconut oil instead of butter. Thanks for sharing this recipe...soooo tasty and simple! :)

Anonymous said...

This recipe is awesome! Haven't had any desserts for quite some time!! Quick and easy... Will make again using another fruit!

Anonymous said...

Wonderful recipe! Very easy to make and tastes great! Gluten free cooking never gets easier!

Anonymous said...

Hands down the worst dessert I have ever made. Yes I followed the recipe. Yes the ingredients were fresh. Yes my oven has been calibrated for accurate temperature. This tasted like heavily sweetened, moist flour with dry peaches.

Anonymous said...

We loved it! Perfect!

Rachel Page said...

The recipe was really good. I will definitely make it again.

Doraine said...

I made this with frozen blueberries and was hesitant to add this much sugar but am glad I did. It was not too sweet, just right. I used cold butter and followed recipe and thought the topping got really hard. Sugar? We enjoyed this with vanilla ice cream. The next day, the leftovers were so hard I had to microwave it to get it out of glass pan. I enjoyed it for breakfast. Pretty good for gf but I probably wouldn't make it again b/c of all the sugar.

Anonymous said...

I make this recipe but differently: 1.Preheat oven to 350.
2. Place butter into a pyrex baking dish (or similar). Place into oven while it preheats, and take out once melted.
3. In the meantime, Whisk together the flour, sugar and milk til mostly smooth. Pour over the butter in the baking dish.
4. Spoon peaches & juice over the batter. Do not stir.
5. Bake at 350, until golden brown and crust is done (about 50 - 60 mins., depending on your oven).

Morgan said...

This recipe is the bomb! I am 22 weeks pregnant and since being pregnant I have had to eat gluten-free. It's really new for me so when I found your blog, I was so excited to see so many easy recipes. My husband is not a fan of "gluten free" foods but he didn't even know the cobbler was GF!!!

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