Gluten Free Cobbler Peach Recipe

Gluten Free Cobbler Peach Recipe

This Gluten Free Cobbler Peach Recipe has a soft cake garnish and is also very easy to make, even from scratch.

You can make this healthy recipe using fresh, frozen, or canned peaches, which means you can enjoy this gluten-free peach cobbler throughout the year.

The garnish consists of simple ingredients and turns out cakey and mouth-watering, along with a little crisp from a cinnamon sugar garnish.

Gluten Free Cobbler Peach Recipe

The dense, delectable peaches are perfectly complimented by the lightly satisfying, soft garnish.

I recommend serving this cobbler peach with whipped cream or vanilla ice cream as dessert, which will be loved by everyone.

Gluten Free Peach Cobbler Recipe

I will be making use of almond flour for this easy recipe, as it helps compliment the peaches perfectly.

It will result in a naturally gluten-free cobbler peach. I can assure you that this extremely easy-to-make peach dessert is delectable along with a scoop of ice cream.

  • Course: Dessert
  • Cuisine: American
  • Diet: Gluten Free
  • Prep Time: 15 minutes
  • Cook Time: 45 minutes
  • Total Time: 1 hour
  • Servings: 8



  • 6 peaches (sliced)
  • 1 teaspoon of cornstarch
  • 2 tablespoons of lemon juice
  • 1 teaspoon of vanilla
  • ¼ cup of sugar
  • 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract


  • 2 cups of almond flour
  • 2 teaspoons of baking powder (gluten-free)
  • 2 eggs (large)
  • ½ cup of sugar (add two tablespoons)
  • ½ teaspoon of salt
  • ¼ cup of almond milk (or any dairy or plant-based milk)
  • 1/3 cup of butter (cold and crumbled or cubed)

Laid-Out Instructions


  • The first step is to get the oven and warm it up to 400 degrees Fahrenheit. Then, get a 9-inch square baking pan and add the peaches, lemon juice, vanilla, and sugar to it.
  • You have to make sure that they are spread evenly in the baking pan.


  • Get the almond flour, baking powder, salt, and sugar together and mix them till they are well combined.
  • Using a pastry blender, you can cut in the butter or just rub it with your fingers until the mixture becomes soft.
  • After that, you are to mix in the eggs until they are well blended. Then, you can now add the milk, but make sure to do it a little at a time.
  • And, between all these additions, you are to stir until the mixture becomes a gluey dough. You can now spread the batter evenly over the filling.
  • With that being done, now get the sugar and spray the top with two tablespoons of it. Proceed to bake for 45 minutes.
  • Alternatively, cook until the filling is simmering and the topping is golden.


Diary-Free and Vegan Baking

I used Smart Balance butter and unsweetened almond milk to make a gluten-free and dairy-free cobbler peach.

If you use the dairy-free alternatives with your favorite vegan butter, then this gluten free cobbler peach is also vegan.

I have a few lists of dairy-free options I like to bake with, and they include coconut oil, cashews, coconut milk, and, as mentioned above, Smart Balance butter. They are some of my favorites.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I Use Canned Peaches in This Gluten Free Cobbler Peach Recipe?

My answer to this is no. I don’t suggest the use of canned peaches for this healthy recipe.

Avoid baking them with the cobbler topping, because there’s a big possibility that they will become mushy.

The only peaches I recommend are those that are fork-tender and right out of the oven, avoid any other kind.

Can I Prepare Gluten Free Peach Cobbler In Advance?

The answer to this question is yes. You can prepare this simple gluten-free peach cobbler in advance.

This topping can be easily prepared in advance; just make sure you store it in the refrigerator. This will make it last for at least 5 days.

But storing it in the freezer will make it last for a longer period of time. And, when you are ready to use it, just place it on top of the prepared filling.

Then, proceed to bake directly and increase the baking time by a few minutes, as this will help brown the crust.

What’s The Difference between a Gluten Free Cobbler and a Gluten Free Crisp?

Well, the difference between the two is that a cobbler has a pastry topping, and sometimes it is just an uneven topping such as a cobblestone stone.

Whereas a crisp has a smaller, crunchy topping, which is frequently made with oats that becomes extremely crunchy as the filling bakes.

Can You Make Gluten Free Peach Cobbler With Frozen Fruit?

Well, the answer to this is yes. You can make gluten free peach cobbler with frozen fruit.

Frozen fruit is mostly the best fruit for baking, as it is picked at the peak of freshness.

Particularly, if you will be cooking the fruit until it becomes soft. However, make sure they are in large pieces when you use frozen peaches. Normally, this means peach slices.

Only if they are large chunks are they great. Since frozen peaches are already softened by blanching, you can now skip the step of baking the filling separately before you proceed to add the pastry topping.

However, you will need to increase the baking time of your peach cobbler, and around halfway through baking, you are to drain the liquid, thanks to the fact that frozen fruit contains tons of moisture.

Are Peaches Gluten Free?

Oh, this is quite straightforward. Well, the answer to this is yes. Peaches are gluten-free. Peaches, along with all fresh, unspoiled fruits, are all safely gluten free.

However, they will be unsafe on a gluten-free diet if they have gluten ingredients added to them, so be careful of this.

How Do I Know If My Gluten Free Cobbler Peach Is Done Baking?

This is a very important question to ask. You are to bake until the peaches become fork-tender, the filling simmers and thickened, and lastly, the topping becomes completely browned on top, all over.

You should try decreasing the temperature of the oven from 350 degrees Fahrenheit to 325 degrees Fahrenheit if you are not sure whether you should keep baking or not.

Then, after that, you are to bake for an additional 10 minutes. Overbaking this cobbler peach is quite unlikely to happen.

Final Thoughts on the Gluten Free Cobbler Peach Recipe

This gluten free peach cobbler bakes up with a seethe filling and a cakey or crunchy golden topping. Before serving it, you should allow it to cool for 30 minutes.

I will recommend serving this cobbler the day you make it. However, you can make it a few hours ahead of time.

However, any longer than that and the topping will become wet from the peach juices. I also suggest serving it with whipped cream or ice cream.

And, with all that being said, this will be the conclusion of this guide on “Gluten Free Cobbler Peach Recipe.”

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