This gluten-free peach cobbler recipe is full of juicy peaches, and it makes your kitchen smell so good. Topped with a fluffy gluten free biscuit topping, this gf cobbler is the perfect topper for this delicious summer treat.

A serving of peach cobbler topped with whipped cream.

Today, Mr. Fearless Dining is trying to replicate a recipe he and my son love. My son is a Boy Scout. When my husband was a scout, he remembers making a peach cobbler on a camping trip. They would layer biscuits with peaches in the Dutch oven and set them on top of the coals.

I don’t have a Dutch oven, so I am going to make this gluten free version as close as I can to the original. I hope you love this gluten free peach cobbler recipe as much as my family. You may also love these delicious Gluten Free Peach Muffins.

Why we love this gluten free peach cobbler recipe:

  • This gluten free peach cobbler is made with simple ingredients that are easy to find at any grocery store.
  • With one bite of this homemade cobbler recipe, your mouth will be filled with juicy, sweet peach with a hint of brown sugar… irresistible!
  • This recipe can be enjoyed ALL YEAR LONG. Use fresh, frozen, or canned peaches to make this deliciously easy gluten free peach cobbler at any time. This cobbler shouldn’t just be a summer dessert. It is too good not to enjoy it more often.
  • This cobbler recipe is not only easy to make, but it will also feed 6-7 cobbler-loving people! This is a comforting dish that is wildly popular after any family meal.

I’ve made it and also changed the fruit i put 4 berries and was delish You can also use
the cobbler cake for pudding chomeur and was exceptional.”

kim F., blog comment

Allergen Information:

This homemade peach cobbler is gluten-free, nut-free (if you omit the slivered almonds), soy-free, and oat-free.

If you want to try a different type of cobbler, give my Gluten Free Cake Mix Cobbler a try too!

Photos of the peach cobbler ingredients.

Ingredient Notes:

  • Fresh Peaches – This recipe can use either white or yellow peaches. See the FAQ below for some tips to ripen your peaches. See the FAQ to get the directions if you are using frozen peaches.
  • Brown Sugar – I love the way brown sugar caramelizes with sweet peaches. You can also use coconut sugar, but it won’t have quite the same flavor.
  • Cornstarch – You can also use tapioca or arrowroot starch if corn-free.
  • Gluten Free Flour Blend – I have tested this recipe with King Arthur Measure for Measure GF and Bob’s Red Mill 1 to 1 Gluten Free Flour Blend. That doesn’t mean others will not work. I just have not tested other flours.
  • Xanthan Gum – If your gluten free flour blend doesn’t contain Xanthan Gum or Guar Gum, please add 1 teaspoon. See the substitutions below for a gum-free option.
  • Butter – Use unsalted butter.
  • Eggs – Use size large.
  • Almond Milk – Other dairy-free kinds of milk and regular milk will all work, but I do not recommend canned coconut milk.
  • Almonds – This is totally optional. I add them for a little bit of protein.


  • If you can’t have xanthan or guar gum, use my DIY Gluten Free Flour Blend in this recipe. My blend uses psyllium husk and is gum-free. Note using my blend, you may need 2-3 TBSP of additional liquid.
  • To make this recipe dairy-free, use plant-based butter.

Step-By-Step Photos and Directions:

Peaches and brown sugar in a bowl.

Step 1: Wash your peaches and pat them dry with a towel. Place a peach on a cutting board and cut the fresh peaches into slices. I do not peel the peaches for my easy gluten free cobbler recipe. If you prefer to peel your peaches, that is okay, too.

Step 2: Add the brown sugar and melted butter. Mix to coat the peach slices in the sugar mixture.

*If your peaches are not quite ripe, see below in my FAQ on how to ripen peaches quickly! I also talked about using frozen peaches in this easy peach cobbler with canned peaches.

Biscuit topping ingredients in a large bowl.

Step 3: Add your dry ingredients to a large mixing bowl and use a wire whisk to blend these dry ingredients.

Step 4: Add the wet ingredients and whisk in a small bowl. Pour the wet ingredients into the dry ingredients and mix the two until barely mixed.

Do not use a stand mixer to mix the gluten-free cobbler topping for best results. It will overmix the batter, and your cobbler topping will not be fluffy.

Biscuit dough in a silver mixing bowl.

Step 5: This is what your cobbler batter consistency will look like. If you are grain-free and prefer a paleo topping, try this easy Paleo Biscuits recipe!

🔑 Sandi says: Please know that every gluten free flour blend has a different grain-to-starch ratio. You may need to add more flour or liquid to match the batter in my photo.

Step 6: Add the peach mixture to a prepared greased 8×8 pan. (You can also line your pan with parchment paper if you prefer.) Use a large spoon to spread the peaches around so the entire bottom of the pan is covered.

Step 7: Use a large spoon or cookie scoop to drop the gluten free biscuit topping on top of your peach mixture. You don’t have to do this in any fancy way; drop it on.

Step 8: Bake the peach cobbler for 25-30 minutes at 350º F. It is ready when the topping is slightly golden and the peaches are bubbling around it.

I know summer can be hot, so feel free to bake this in a large toaster oven or small convection oven. I hope to test this recipe in my air fryer soon, too.

Scooping a serving of cobbler out of the pan.

Step 9: Serve this gluten free peach cobbler warm with fresh whipped or vanilla ice cream. Enjoy! Your whole family will love this recipe. It is a family favorite in our house!

You may also want to try my homemade gluten free peach cake recipe.

How to ripen peaches:

Ripening peaches is easy; you can choose how quickly to ripen them. If you have a couple of days, you can place your hard peaches in a brown paper bag. You can also put a banana in the bag, which will help speed this process up because of the ethylene gases.

You can also ripen peaches in a microwave. Cut the peaches into slices or chunks, leaving the skin on to extract the flavors. Toss with the sugar, 2 teaspoons lemon juice, and butter and microwave for 3-4 minutes.

Gave this a try and absolutely thrilled with the outcome. Took me back to my grandmother’s kitchen. Thank you sooo much. So simple and sooo delicious!”

Glenda B.

Frequently Asked Questions:

Do you peel the peaches before slicing and baking?

I do not peel peaches before using them in my recipes. The skin is very soft and softens even more while baking.

Can you use frozen peaches for peach cobbler?

You can easily use frozen peaches, but I recommend thawing your peaches before using them.

Can you use canned peaches?

Yes, you can use canned peaches. They make an easy peach cobbler with canned peaches. Most canned peaches are full of sweet syrup, which can make your crisp too sweet. If you use canned peaches, you may consider buying the least syrupy brand you can find. You can also rinse the peaches in a colander to remove the syrup.

Can you freeze this recipe?

You can definitely freeze this peach cobbler recipe. You will want to wrap the top of the dish in plastic wrap and then a layer of foil to prevent freezer burn.

To defrost the cobbler, remove the plastic wrap. Replace the foil over the cobbler and bake at 300º F for 15-20 minutes until warm.

Can you make this nut-free?

You can easily make this cobbler nut-free by omitting the almond slices and using different non-dairy milk like rice milk.

Can You Make a Fruit Crisp Instead?

You most definitely can make this a peach crisp instead. Use the crumble topping instead of the biscuit topping in my Gluten Free Apple Crisp recipe.

A pan full of baked peach cobbler with a golden biscuit topping.

You may also like this delicious Gluten Free Blueberry Cobbler recipe. Top with whipped cream or ice cream! If you want to try a fantastic cocktail made with peaches, try this Frozen Peach Margaritas recipe!

More Gluten Free Fruity Desserts:

Love This Recipe?

If you made and enjoyed this recipe, I would be incredibly grateful if you could leave a comment below. Please include which flour blend you used. This will help others know this recipe is delicious. Thank you!

Gluten Free Fresh Peach Cobbler

Sandi Gaertner
Easy gluten free peach cobbler. This gluten free cobbler has a delicious biscuit topping.
4.52 from 33 votes
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Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Total Time 50 minutes
Course Gluten Free Dessert Recipes
Cuisine American
Servings 10
Calories 211 kcal


Fruit Base:

  • 6-8 fresh peaches sliced
  • ½ cup brown sugar
  • 1 tablespoons melted butter unsalted butter
  • 1 tablespoon cornstarch * see note
  • ½ teaspoon ground cinnamon

For the Topping:

  • 1 ¼ cup gluten free flour blend * see note
  • ¼ cup brown sugar
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
  • teaspoon sea salt
  • 1 egg large
  • 4 tablespoons melted butter
  • ¾ cup almond milk * see note
  • ¼ cup optional sliced almonds


  • Preheat the oven to 350º F.
  • In a large bowl, add the dry ingredients and whisk to blend. In a smaller mixing bowl, add the wet ingredients and mix them. Mix the wet and dry ingredients together and let them sit while you prepare the peaches.
  • Wash your peaches, then slice the peaches into slivers. Add the peaches to a large sized bowl.
  • Add the melted butter, brown sugar, cornstarch, and ground cinnamon to the peaches and toss to mix.
  • Spray coconut oil (or other light oil) into an 8×8 baking dish. This will help prevent sticking.
  • Add peaches to the baking dish. Use a spoon to spread them around the pan evenly.
  • If you chose to use almonds, sprinkle almonds on top.
  • Spoon the cobbler mixture on top of the peaches.
  • Bake the cobbler for 20-25 minutes until done.
  • Serve with whipped cream or ice cream.



  1. You can use fresh or frozen peaches in this recipe. Just thaw the frozen peaches before using them. If you use canned peaches, you will want to buy the least syrupy brand you can find and drain the peaches. If you don’t like your cobbler too sweet, you may consider rinsing canned peaches in a colander.
  2. I have tested this recipe with King Arthur Measure for Measure GF and Bob’s Red Mill 1 to 1 GF blend. That doesn’t mean others will not work, I just have not tested other flours.
  3. If your gluten free flour blend doesn’t contain Xanthan Gum or Guar Gum, please add 1 teaspoon.
  4. Other dairy-free kinds of milk will work but I do not recommend canned coconut milk.
  5. If your peaches are not ripe, ripening peaches is easy and you can choose how quickly to ripen them. If you have a couple of days, you can place your hard peaches in a brown paper bag. You can also put a banana in the bag, which will help speed this process up because of the ethylene gases.
  6. This cobbler will keep up to 4 days in an air-tight container in the refrigerator.


Please know that every gluten free flour blend has a different starch to grain ratio. If you use a blend I didn’t test, you may need to adjust your moisture levels in your baked goods.


Serving: 1gCalories: 211kcalCarbohydrates: 37gProtein: 3gFat: 7gSaturated Fat: 4gTrans Fat: 1gCholesterol: 31mgSodium: 115mgPotassium: 242mgFiber: 3gSugar: 24gVitamin A: 492IUVitamin C: 6mgCalcium: 74mgIron: 1mg
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Nutritional information is an estimate provided to you as a courtesy. You should calculate the actual nutritional information with the products and brands you are using with your preferred nutritional calculator.

(*This post was updated from an old 2016 post with newer photos and more details. Here is a photo from that old post.)

Putting whipped cream onto the peach cobbler.
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  1. Hello! This recipe looks so yummy, but I was wondering, would it be fine to use almond flour instead of a GF flour blend?

    1. Hi Josiah. Almond flour by itself won’t work in this recipe. It doesn’t absorb moisture the same way as a gluten free flour blend. Did you see my paleo peach cobbler recipe? It is linked in the cobbler recipe you are looking at and it uses almond flour. Enjoy!

  2. 5 stars
    My youngest son is extremely gluten-intolerant, so having some tested GF recipes that I can make for him has become a priority for me. This looks good.

  3. 5 stars
    I had an abundance of peaches that needed to be eaten quickly and your recipe came to the rescue. It was perfect! My family loved it and I have to say that the crumb topping was divine!

  4. 5 stars
    I made this cobbler tonight using fresh local peaches. I used Bob’s Red Mill Gluten free baking mix, which does include xantham gum. A added only dried cranberries as an addition to the written recipe.
    It was fantastic, easy to make and a perfect balance of flavors. I will make this again and again and plan to make it next with ripening plum from by backyard tree.

    1. What do I do with the egg, milk, and melted butter in the topping? They aren’t mentioned in the instructions. It says to whisk the dry ingredients.