Hot Peach Cobbler Right out of The Oven

Peach Cobbler

The gluten-free peach cobbler recipe is one of my favorite summer desserts. There is no need for a blender; ultra easy and quick, you can cook it with any fruit, but I especially like it with peach and other juicy summer fruits. The secret of a well puffed-up gluten-free dough is that all the ingredients are cold so that once in the heat of the oven, the steam that comes out makes the dough puff up.

The cobbler is a traditional American dessert. The cookie dough was placed on a bed of fruit. The English invented this recipe because they arrived in America and lacked the ingredients to cook the pudding, so they created the cobbler .

Preparation time: 20m, cooking time 40mn.


  • 30 g almond powder
  • 40 g of millet flour
  • 30 g of half-complete rice flour
  • 30 g cornstarch (or potato starch) + 1 tablespoon (15g) for the fruit
  • ½ teaspoon of xanthan gum
  • 1 teaspoon of baking powder
  • ½ teaspoon of bicarbonate
  • 1 pinch of fine salt
  • 45 g cold butter, cut into small cubes
  • 150 ml cold whipping cream
  • 100 g brown cane sugar: 50 g sugar for the dough & 50 g for the fruit (you can use more sugar, depending on whether the fruit is naturally sweet or not)
  • 7 nice ripe peaches


  1. Heat the oven to 175°C.
  2. Peel the peaches and cut them into pieces. In a large bowl, place them and sprinkle them with cornstarch and sugar. Mix gently and set aside.
  3. In a large bowl, mix together the dry ingredients: almond powder, flours, cornstarch, xanthan gum, baking powder, sugar, and fine salt. Mix well. Sift over a large bowl.
  4. Add the cold butter cubes and mix with your fingers (not too long as the butter should not melt between your fingers).
  5. Pour in the whipping cream and mix with a spoon until the gluten-free mixture forms.
  6. Place the fruit in the bottom of a dish, using a tablespoon, form equal-sized dough balls, and place them on the fruit.
  7. Bake for about 35 to 40 minutes, depending on the oven.
  8. Let cool for about 20 minutes.

Traditionally, the cobbler is eaten warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream, but I like it cold in hot weather.



  1. DeLoris Teran

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  3. Dianne

    Can peaches from a can be used

  4. Teri

    Looks good I am gonna try for Thanksgiving

  5. Eula

    I have fresh peaches. That i put in freezer. Can i use them?

  6. Reena G

    Excellent recipes. Please keep them coming. I am asking everyone I follow if they have a tried and loved recipe for Christmas treats that use no milk products? My sweet 9year old grandson can’t have any milk or butter or anything made with milk or butter. I have looked up a lot of vegan recipes. My specific question is is there one you make that has been approved and loved by your family? Thanking you in advance.
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    • Nefra Smith

      I loved to try all your recipes They look and sound so good..l have tried some already and they were very good. Hope you will be with us always.

  7. Robyn Pearce

    can u use apples or any other fruit

  8. Pattie

    Can canned peaches be used? If so, how would I do it?

  9. Anita Waller

    I love all simple recipe.

  10. Cindy Jean

    I was looking for the Grandmother’s peach cobbler recipe that uses oatmeal cookie mix. I tried the extension and this peach pie recipe came up instead. It looks and sounds wonderful but I would really like to try the cobbler recipe.

  11. Dawn Richardson

    Would like to receive more information

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