Easy Gluten Free Fruit Cobbler Recipe

easy gluten free fruit cobbler


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, which was about the easiest switcheroo you could imagine, since all I did was sub in my gfJules Flour for wheat flour.

gluten free peach cherry cobbler bowl 2 | gfJules


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.

farmer's market strawberries for gluten free fruit cobbler
It’s farmer’s market season, folks!


A few 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!

gluten free peach cherry cobbler bowl CU |gfJules

Totally simple, quick and versatile, this cobbler is one you can commit to memory – the topping only has 3 ingredients! And I think we’ve tried nearly every fruit combination there is — they all work! (of course, I’m open to suggestions if you think you have a combo that hasn’t been tried yet, drop me a line!)

I made a peach-cherry 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.

Gluten Free Berry Cobbler
Gluten Free Fruit Cobbler made with frozen mixed berries.

Or if you’re really in a hurry (or it’s the dead of winter and you’re craving summer berries!), just grab some frozen berries and whip up a cobbler!!! 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!

gluten free fruit cobbler in bowl

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 Fruit Cobbler with ice creamBut back to the EASY fruit cobbler at hand, here are the steps. Again, so easy!!!

Arrange your cut fruit in an 8×8 or 9×13 pan (the smaller the pan, the thicker the topping):

gluten free peach cherry cobbler 1 | gfJules

Sprinkle on a little dash of sugar … or not. Depending on the ripeness of the fruit, you may need more or less sugar, or none at all. 

gluten free peach cherry cobbler 2 | gfJules

Just mix up the one-bowl, 3 ingredient topping (double if you like more topping) with a fork. I prefer a higher fruit:topping ratio, so in this cobbler photo, I’ve used a single recipe of gluten-free topping to a double recipe of fruit, but it’s totally up to you. Hey, it’s YOUR easy gluten free fruit cobbler!

gluten free peach cherry cobbler 3 | gfJules

Then drizzle with melted butter or vegan butter. Since I used the larger, 9×13-ish sized pan, I used double the vegan butter (1/2 cup) even though I used the single recipe of topping. Then bake and you’re done!

I find that finishing it up on convection setting (if you have it) crisps the topping up a bit, which is nice, but not necessary.

gluten free peach cherry cobbler baked | gfJules

Then serve warm or cold, with or without ice cream, for dessert or breakfast (shhhhh!).

This easy gluten free cobbler recipe can also be made deliciously with my new Gluten Free Multigrain (corn-free) Biscuit and Breakfast Baking Flour! Check out reader Nora B.’s yummy cobbler pic! (I’d love to see yours, too!)

berry cobbler with multigrain nora brine
“Big success! Today I made Jules cobbler recipe, with fresh cherries and the new multigrain biscuit and breakfast baking flour. I doubled the recipe and baked it in a 9×13 glass pan.”

Easy Gluten Free Fruit Cobbler Recipe

easy gluten free fruit cobbler

Easy Gluten Free Fruit Cobbler Recipe

Yield: Serves 8
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 35 minutes
Total Time: 50 minutes

This easy gluten free fruit cobbler tastes as good with any fresh or frozen berries as it does with peaches, apples, pears, plums ... well, you get the idea. A quick and simple dessert that pleases everyone, even the cook!


  • 2 cups+ fresh or frozen berries, other sliced fruits, or rhubarb + berries
  • (enough to cover the bottom of an 8 x 8 baking dish or 9-inch pie plate)
  • 1/4 cup granulated cane sugar (use less if your fruit is already very sweet
  • and ripe)
  • 1 Tbs. cinnamon, optional (I like extra cinnamon on peaches; feel free to omit for berry cobbler)
  • 1 cup (135 grams) gfJules Gluten Free All Purpose Flour (gfJules Flour
  • 1 cup granulated cane sugar
  • 1 egg* (see Notes for vegan option)
  • 1/4 cup melted butter or non-dairy substitute (Earth Balance® Buttery Sticks)


Preheat oven to 350° F.

Arrange cleaned and prepared fruit into an 8 x 8 baking dish or 9-inch pie plate (no need to peel peaches, apples, plums ...). Sprinkle with sugar (and cinnamon, if using). Stir together until mixed in the dish. Feel free to use more fruit and use a 9x13 dish instead if you prefer a higher fruit:topping ratio.

Combine the 3 topping ingredients (not 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. If you have a convection setting, use that the last 10 minutes of the bake for a crisper topping.

Serve warm, plain or with vanilla ice cream (I love So Delicious!® Vanilla Bean Coconut Ice Cream).


* For Vegan Option in place of egg, use: 2 Tbs. mild oil of choice + 4 Tbs. water + 4 tsp. baking powder whisked together. For added texture, I like to also stir in 1/4 cup chopped nuts like almonds or pecans or purity protocol gluten free oats or GF granola. Add more water or gluten free flour, as needed, to get the consistency of the topping so that you can spoon it out on top of the fruit.

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  1. I was craving cake for a while and then I came across this exciting cobbler cake topped with fruits! The idea is simply awesome and leaves me tempted for more at every bite.

  2. Oh my goodness, I’ve made this cobbler twice in two days. Both with fresh peaches. It is so good. I doubled the recipe today and put it in a 9 x 13 pan. Thank you so much for this recipe. It’s wonderful to be able to have something that is gluten free and dairy free.

    • So glad that this easy gluten free cobbler has been a hit for you, Jari! Fresh peaches are the best in this recipe!!!

  3. I make this cobbler recipe several times a year. In fact, I just made it 2 days ago! I used peaches I’d frozen last summer! Delicious!!!
    I used white sugar this time but I really love subbing in brown sugar or raw sugar.
    We couldn’t wait to dig so I forgot to take a photo! Next time… which will be very soon because 3 boxes of fresh peaches come next week!
    Thanks Jules for taking all the guess work out of finding good recipes! Yum!

    • That is wonderful, Leslie! Although I absolutely love to see photos of peoples’ recipes, I do love it when the recipe turns out so well that it’s eaten before a photo can be taken!!!! 🙂
      NEXT TIME!!!!

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  5. This is easy and delicious. I put about 2 tablespoons of sugar on the peaches and cut the sugar to 2/3 cup in the topping, and it was still very sweet. I don’t think I would have enjoyed it as much with a whole cup of sugar.

    • So glad you loved the recipe! It’s definitely a sugar “to taste” kind of thing — especially because the sweetness of the fruit can be so variable. Glad you started with less, not more!

  6. I tried this recipe and it was a BIG hit with the gluten free mom & sister. I’m trying to make it with regular flour next time around- any extra changes needed or can I just swap flours? Thanks!

    • Hi Anne, so glad everyone enjoyed it with my gfJules Flour! No need to change the recipe at all to make this easy gluten free fruit cobbler with regular flour — it is a recipe that actually has its roots as a regular wheat flour recipe just changed up with my gfJules Flour, so I’m certain it will work for you made with wheat flour. Enjoy both ways!

    • Mmmmmm that sounds lovely! I haven’t met a fruit (frozen or otherwise) yet that hasn’t worked well in this gluten free cobbler recipe!

  7. With a hankering for something not too sweet but warm and delicious, I used the blueberries we had on hand. Often I approach a recipe as a guideline or suggested way to bake but usually I’ll follow the recipe the first time. Jules’ cobbler is loaded with “suggestions.” After reading Jules’ freehand cobbler, this would be my recipe.

    I made blueberry cobbler guided by your forgiving recipe. Loved using the substitute egg with coconut oil, water and baking soda which crumbled beautifully. Heated it a few seconds in the microwave to melt the oil in water, then added baking soda. It fizzed so nicely and made for a beautiful and tasty topping. I only used 2/3 cup of sugar for the crumble. Lime juice instead of lemon juice kicked it up a notch with almond extract instead of vanilla. A lot less sugar was a bonus. I sprinkled the berries with just a bit of sugar, eyeballing it. Then dumped the crumbles on top and pushed them around a bit to cover the fruit. Yum! Thanks! It will be a go-to recipe as you just can’t make it wrong.

    • The best review of a recipe is “you just can’t make it wrong”! I’m thrilled you loved it, KD, and especially that the vegan egg replacer worked so well for you! Thanks so much for taking the time to leave a note with your experience. Your blueberry cobbler sounds amazing!

  8. My wife is gluten intolerant and, frankly, most of the GF recipes we’ve tried I could barely tolerate (flavor,constancy, etc.). Made this with fresh, ripe Georgia peaches and, I must say, it was over the top delicious. Trying it tonight with blueberries. Kudos!

    • High praise, Anthony! I’m so happy to hear you both enjoyed!!! Georgia peaches are perfect this time of year, but what’s so nice about this gluten free fruit cobbler recipe is (and I hope you’ll agree) that it’s fantastic with all kinds of fruit — year round! Thanks so much for taking the time to let me know how much you like the recipe!

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