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Gluten Free Peach Cobbler (sugar-free)

Originally published on July, 19th 2021. Last updated on August 28th, 2021 Skip to Recipe

Nothing says summer like Peach Cobbler! The juicy, refreshing peaches with a tasty cobbler and a side of ice cream is the perfect match for a summer sunset. However, if you have a gluten-free lifestyle, finding a peach cobbler you enjoy can be fairly challenging. That’s what inspired me to make a tasty, gluten-free peach cobbler that everyone will enjoy. Oh, and it’s also sugar-free as well!

Inspiration for Gluten Free Peach Cobbler

During peak peach season here in Southern California, we were invited over to a close friend’s house for dinner. They had just gotten some fresh peaches from the farmer’s market. With those delicious golden peaches, they made an absolutely divine-looking peach cobbler. Although it had sugar, dairy, and gluten in it, it looked absolutely incredible and delicious. As someone who lives with food intolerances and sensitives, I really wanted to create a version that I could enjoy without worrying about symptoms popping up. After some thorough recipe testing, I have to say, this gluten-free peach cobbler has already become a favorite in our house. We’ve been buying peaches weekly just to make this!

Let’s Get To It

Now, for the real reason why you are here, the Peach Cobbler! This isn’t your average Peach Cobbler, although most peach cobblers are delicious. This is a gluten-free peach cobbler that is sugar-free and dairy-free (with the exception to the ghee). The crust is fluffy, a little doughy, and slightly flaky on the outside. It took a few tests to get this just right (I’m sure Dan my partner didn’t mind testing). After the right combination of gluten-free flours, we finally landed on the perfect balance of gluten-free flours and I’m so excited to share it with you.

Bowl of fresh peaches!
Fresh peaches, cut open showing their beautiful yellow color.
Peaches chopped and ready for the crust on top.
Mixing up the crust. It's so good!
Evenly spaced bunches of dough on top of the peaches.

Peach Cobbler Ingredients

We can’t have a peach cobbler without delicious peaches to be the star of the show. However, we tried a few different types of peaches, both white and yellow peaches. We settled on yellow peaches for the peach cobbler. The texture and sweetness complimented the doughy crust absolutely perfectly. White peaches tasted great, and if that’s all you have access to, go for it. However, if you have a choice, buy some fresh yellow peaches!

The crust has a few more ingredients. The combination of flours we came up with was almond flour, tapioca flour, and sorghum flour. For the exact measurements, check out the recipe below. The combination of the flours allowed the top to become flaky and golden while doughy and fluffy on the inside. A few of the earlier recipe tests for our gluten-free peach cobbler, the crust was too dry. This can happen when working with gluten-free flours since they dry out and don’t stick will together. The key was adding in some sorghum flour for a little extra fluffiness.

This recipe is also refined sugar-free! Besides the peaches, there is no sugar in this entire recipe! My sweetener of choice for the crust was a little bit of stevia in combination with raw monk fruit. I feel that raw monk fruit by itself is too sweet. Stevia upfront can be sweet, but a little bitter. Combining stevia and monk fruit balances each other perfectly by balancing out the sweetness and bitterness. If you do eat sugar, but want to be refined sugar-free, you could substitute in maple syrup or coconut sugar. Personally, I prefer using stevia in the recipe, and sprinkling on raw monk fruit on top of the crust to get the “sugar” like texture.

Top down view of the finished peach cobbler and its golden brown crust.
Close up of the peach cobbler and some calendula flowers on top.
A scoop of peach cobbler and some ice cream on top.
Close up of the bowl of peach cobbler with ice cream on top.

I really can’t wait to hear your feedback on this gluten-free peach cobbler recipe! We think it turned out absolutely amazing and super enjoyable for anyone who has food sensitivities or not. Feel free to leave a comment below or head over to Instagram (@mytinylagunakitchen) and tag me or message me. Enjoy XOXO!

Gluten Free Peach Cobbler

Gluten Free Peach Cobbler

Yield: 8
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 35 minutes
Total Time: 45 minutes

This gluten free peach cobbler can be enjoyed by absolutely anyone. It's fluffy delicious cobbler combined with delightful fresh peaches.

Ingredients

Peach Layer

Peach Cobbler Crust

Instructions

  1. Preheat your oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Prepare your peaches by peeling, slicing, and pitting the peaches.
  3. Place the peaches in the skillet with ghee, stevia, cinnamon, cardamom, ginger, and vanilla bean powder.
  4. Mix ingredients together.
  5. Prepare your peach cobbler crust.
  6. In a large bowl mix together the almond, tapioca, and sorghum flour.
  7. Add in the milk, ghee, ground flax seeds, stevia, baking powder, and vanilla bean powder.
  8. Let the batter sit for about 5-8 minutes on the counter to set. (If it is a hot summer day and the batter seems runny put the bowl into the fridge to cool for 5-8 minutes.)
  9. Use an electric hand mixer or food processor to mix ingredients together fully.
  10. Use a large spoon or scoop to cover the peach layer with the crust.
  11. Sprinkle on additional raw monk fruit, with cinnamon and cardamom.
  12. Safely place the skillet into the oven and bake for 30-35 minutes.
  13. When the crust is golden brown take out to cool and enjoy!

Notes

  1. If you are vegan replace the ghee with coconut oil.
  2. Keep in mind every stevia is different, therefore add the stevia to taste.
  3. If you don't have stevia or raw monk fruit, use any sweetener that you have on hand.
  4. If you are baking on a really hot day, put the crust batter into the fridge to cool for 5 minutes.

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