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This easy gluten free fruit cobbler recipe is one everyone should have in their gluten free recipe box.
In fact, this recipe has been in my family for generations without alteration, except by me to make it gluten free.
Use any fruit combo you like and you can serve this recipe multiple times a week without risking boredom (I might have tried that once or twice!). Peaches, mixed berries, strawberry-rhubarb, cherries, plum … there’s no end to the combinations.
A couple of years ago, I was visiting my family in North Carolina and picked up my mother’s latest copy of Southern Living Magazine (you don’t call yourself a southerner who loves food if you don’t know this magazine!). Well would you believe that the cover of the magazine featured my mother’s famous cobbler recipe?! Mind you, the editors didn’t properly attribute it to my mother, but she’s been making this cobbler ever since I can remember and I’m older than I like to remember!
Totally simple, quick and versatile, this cobbler is one you can commit to memory – the topping only has 3 ingredients!
I made a peach cobbler this week which was heavenly. Of course, that only reminded me of how much I love blackberry cobbler, so I made one of those too! Use whatever fresh and lovely fruit(s) you have on hand, and enjoy making and eating this deliciously simple pleasure!
If you’d rather go for an old fashioned dumpling-like gluten free fruit cobbler, I urge you to try my aptly named Old Fashioned Gluten Free Cobbler — simply heavenly!
And lest you think that there are only 2 gluten free cobbler recipes on my site, think again! Give my Gluten Free Maple Pumpkin Cobbler a try this fall and you just may decide it’s your favorite!
Gluten Free Peach Cobbler is my mother’s favorite. I can’t decide which I like best — probably the one I’m eating at the time!
Preheat oven to 350° F.
Pour cleaned and prepared fruit into an 8 x 8 baking dish or 9-inch pie plate. Sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar. Stir together until mixed in the dish.
Combine the topping ingredients (except the butter) in a bowl and stir with a fork until it forms a crumbly mixture. Sprinkle on top of the fruit and drizzle melted butter over top of the cobbler before baking.
Bake for 30-45 minutes, depending on the size of the pan. The fruit should be bubbly and the topping browning slightly.
Serve warm, plain or with vanilla ice cream (I love So Delicious!® Vanilla Bean Coconut Ice Cream).
I hope you love this recipe as much as we do!
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