Introduction: Gluten Free Blueberry Peach Cobbler

This delicious recipe is my amazing baker mom's own recipe. It's so yummy that you just have to try it! I live in a gluten free, dairy free, healthy family, so she made this special for us. So let's begin to make this cobbler that it to die for!

Step 1: Gather Your Ingredients

For the filling:
•8 peaches
•2 cups blueberries
•1/2 granulated sugar
•2 tsps allspice
•1/2 cup light brown sugar
•1 tbs cinnamon
•1/4 cup potato starch
For the topping...
•1 1/2 cups gluten free oats
•1/2 cup gluten free all purpose flour
•1 cup light brown sugar
•2 tsps cinnamon
•1 stick of butter

Step 2: Preheat

Preheat your oven to 425*F (degrees).

Step 3: Chop Chop Suwi

Now chop up your skinned peaches into chumps.

Step 4: All Different

Most of your peach chumps are going to look bad.

Step 5: Pit Pile

Make sure you remove the pits of the peaches and throw them away.

Step 6: Blueberry Peach Mix

Put your peaches and blueberries in a bowl.

Step 7: Add the Stuff

Add your ingredients that you need for the filling to the blueberries and peaches. Sprinkle them over the top of the fruit to reduce the amount of stirring required. Don't stir the ingredients together until you have added everything. This way, your peaches and blueberries won't be bruised.

Step 8: Like This

Step 9: Put It All in

Put that mixture into a glass pan or any pan as shown.

Step 10: Like This

Step 11: For the Toppings

Now, in a bowl, combine the oats and flour together.

Step 12: Not Stir, Chop or Stab

Don't stir, but instead stab the ingredients together.

Step 13: Add...

Step 14: Another...

Step 15: Ingredient...

Step 16: Butter

Add the butter (melted or softened).

Step 17: Chop It Up

"Chop" all of the ingredients together.

Step 18: Finished Topping

This is what the topping should look like after all the ingredients have been combined.

Step 19: Sprinkle

Now sprinkle the toppings onto the filling.

Step 20: Thin Or...

Step 21: THICK

You can adjust the amount of topping on the cobbler to your personal taste. Our family likes a lot :)

Step 22: Foil

Now place some foil on top of the dish and put it in the oven for 20 minutes. After that, take it out and remove the foil. Put it back in for 10 minutes. Baking the cobbler with the foil on helps keep some of the juices in.

Step 23: Half Way Done

Step 24: Ta Da!

Now you're done! Let's explore different ways to serve this cobbler...

Step 25: Styles

You can have it...
•warm or cold
•cool whip or none
•toppings or none
•milk or water
•ice cream or none
•and many others!
There are so many flavor choices and combinations! Thanks for viewing and enjoy!

Comments

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Craftymommyof4 (author)2014-07-27

Wow! This looks great! Could you make it for me sometime?

author

Yum, this looks delicious! I'm kind of gluten intolerant so I'm always looking for yummy gluten-free recipes :)

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