This Paleo Peach Cobbler is so good; nobody will believe it is also dairy-free and refined sugar-free! This almond flour peach cobbler will become a summer staple in your home as soon as you taste it!
Naturally sweet peaches, delicious topping and perfect syrupy goodness in every bite of this refined sugar-free cobbler. Not to mention, it goes amazing with a scoop of paleo ice cream!
If you love cobbler as much as we do, you will want to check out all of my yummy Gluten Free Cobbler recipes!!
Peach cobbler has been around way longer than most of us! There something nostalgic about this scrumptious dessert because I think it takes most of us back to being a kid again! Hot summers with barbecues and picnics surrounded by good food like peach cobbler.
When I became gluten free, I thought I wouldn’t get to eat this classic dish any longer! Thankfully, gluten free dining has come a long way over the years, and this peach cobbler isn’t just gluten free, it’s paleo too! That’s a double win!
Plus, the show stopper of this gluten free peach cobbler is this Homemade Paleo Biscuit recipe that I used for the topping.
While you are looking up recipes, you should see these gluten free ice cream treats to cool you off this summer!
If you love this almond flour peach cobbler, then you should try some of my other popular cobbler and crisp recipes!
More delicious cobblers and crisps to try:
- This Homemade Gluten Free Blueberry Cobbler is one of the more popular desserts on the blog.
- Need a cobbler in under 5 minutes? This Easy Gluten Free Cherry Cobbler Mug Cake cooks in your microwave.
- Fresh Gluten Free Apricot Crisp is a great dessert topped with whipped cream or ice cream.
One thing people most often as is:
Can I use frozen peaches instead of fresh for cobbler?
Yes, you can use frozen peaches when making this delicious refined sugar-free cobbler. The important step you need to take to use frozen peaches is to make sure that they have been thawed and drained. As they thaw, they will have water and juices that you should remove before baking with them.
It doesn’t matter if you use store-bought frozen peaches or if you got a good deal on peaches when they were in season, and you froze them yourself. Both ways work beautifully.
Are you ready to make this delicious paleo cobbler? If you don’t need to be strictly on a paleo diet, you may enjoy my Gluten Free Peach Cobbler recipe as well.
How to make this paleo peach cobbler recipe:
The first step is to slice up the peaches and put them in a bowl. Add the coconut sugar and coconut oil and mix well.
This recipe is easiest when you make the biscuit topping in a food processor like this. Add the ingredients in and pulse to mix.
Your dough will mix quickly and is ready to crumble on top of the peaches mixture.
Add the peaches mixture to an 8×8 dish and add the biscuit topping over the peaches. Bake at 350F degrees for 30 minutes.
Does gluten free baking take longer?
In many cases, gluten free baking does take a little bit longer than traditional recipes. The reason is that many of the gluten free ingredients tend to brown a little bit faster.
So, it’s advisable to bake things low and slow when it comes to gluten free.
Why is my cobbler runny?
Most of the time when paleo peach cobbler turns out runny, it’s because the fruit had a lot of extra juice. When fruit is extra juicy, it adds tons of sweetness to the dish, but that can also lead to extra liquid.
The best way to combat this is to let the fruit sit in a colander and let the juice drip off for a few minutes before baking. This will get rid of that extra liquid and shouldn’t diminish the flavors.
Everything about this peach cobbler recipe is mouthwateringly delicious! You can follow the recipe exactly or add in some additional flavors as you see fit. Here are some ideas to try:
- Sprinkle the top with a cinnamon/sugar mixture if you aren’t worried about extra sugar. And if you don’t want sugar, skip it and just use cinnamon. So yummy!
- Add a few crushed nuts to the topping. It’s so good and adds a nice little crunch.
- Use some additional fruits instead of just peaches. Pears, apricots, nectarines, and plums all make great choices.
Looking for more summer dessert ideas? Take a look at these:
- These Quick and Easy Caramel Magic Bars are fabulous bars for a bake sale.
- If you love maple and bacon, this Easy Gluten Free Maple Bacon Scones recipe is worth a try.
- My Grandma’s Homemade Cheese Blintz recipe converted to gluten free so we can all enjoy it.
- Have you tried rugelach? This Gluten Free Strawberry White Chocolate Chip Rugelach recipe is a fun variation on a classic cookie.
- 8 fresh peaches, sliced
- 1/2 cup coconut sugar
- 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
- 1 tablespoon coconut oil, melted
- 1 tablespoon arrowroot starch
- For the Crust:
- 2 1/2 cups almond flour
- 3/4 cup arrowroot starch
- 1/4 cup cold butter or ghee
- 3 tablespoons honey
- 2 large eggs
- 1/4 teaspoon salt
- 1/2 teaspoon baking soda
- Preheat the oven to 350F degrees.
- Add the biscuit ingredients into a food processor and mix well until the dough forms.
- Slice the peaches and add to a bowl.
- Add the coconut sugar, arrowroot, and coconut oil. Mix well.
- Pour the peaches mixture into an 8x8 baking pan.
- Spread the biscuit mixture on top and bake.
- Serve hot or cold with ice cream or whipped cream.
Serve hot or cold, this cobbler will keep in the refrigerator for up to 4 days.
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Nutrition Information:Yield: 12 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 298Total Fat: 19gSaturated Fat: 5gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 12gCholesterol: 44mgSodium: 141mgCarbohydrates: 30gFiber: 5gSugar: 23gProtein: 7g