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Peach Cobbler

One of the desserts I missed the most after discovering I had to be gluten-free was cobbler – I think because I loved the delicious, moist and perfectly crumbly biscuit on top.

Even though I love peaches, that pseudo-crust was everything, and peach cobbler just wasn’t the same without it.  So, as I start to de-glutenize my favorites, peach cobbler was at the top of the list!  It took me a few tries (and the final product is a little extra work), but I promise you that this is so completely worth it!  And, because I use a packaged gluten-free biscuit mix, this dessert is also super fast and easy too!

Peach Cobbler (GF)

Serves 8


  • Four cups of fresh peaches, sliced with skin removed
  • 1/2 c brown sugar
  • 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • 1/4 teaspoon ground nutmeg
  • 1 tablespoon cornstarch
  • 1 package gluten-free biscuit mix
  • 1 T sugar with 2 T cinnamon (mix and set aside)


Pre-heat the oven to 350.  In a 8×8 glass pan, combine the combine the peaches, sugar, cinnamon, nutmeg and cornstarch. In a separate bowl, follow the instructions on the GF biscuit mix, and then gently spoon over the peach mixture in the glass pan.  Sprinkle the top of the biscuits with the sugar and cinnamon mixture.  Back at 350 degrees for 35 minutes.  Remove from the oven and let cool for 10-15 minutes (or eat it hot if you can’t wait)!

I like to serve mine with ice cream in the summer. And, okay, ice cream in the fall, winter, and spring, too. I’ve replaced with plums and nectarines with delicious results.

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  1. What a great dessert, Laura! I look forward to trying your recipe! It’s the first time I read about “peach cobbler”, sounds delicious! 🙂 xxx


  2. Good to know that you can be gluten-free and still enjoy a really good fruit cobbler. I can imagine it is equally delicious with almost any kind of fruit.


    • It definitely is possible – and so good! I owe all of my experimentation to my mother – she really helped me see what was possible!


      • And you in your turn are showing other people what is possible. I don’t need to avoid gluten, but there are several in my family who do, so I am always on the lookout for good recipes. I can remember just a few years ago there was little to nothing.


      • Even two years ago there was way less too – and so expensive! I’m so luck to have people like my mom who took my diagnosis as a reason to figure this out and helped me to really not miss anything from my pre-Celiac’s days!


    • Same! Every day I drive by our Farmer’s Market “area” and I long for Farmer’s Market season! Definitely could be made with different fruit too!


  3. Fabulous! I know that some of the FF gang are eating gluten free, so you dish will be a hit! Thanks so much for bringing your gorgeous creation to Fiesta Friday! Thank goodness Angie’s Latin Lovers are gluten free…may I offer you one? 🙂


  4. Aggggg i die. My dog growing up was named Peach Cobbler. No joke. Her registered name was Flint Rivers Peach Cobbler. And she was a black lab. It was confusing for people that we had a black dog named Peaches (we called her Peach). And then we got a yellow lab, named Champ (for Champagne, get it? yukyuk) who was a boy but was way slighter than Peach, so people got REALLY mixed up.
    That is your random for today.


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