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Gluten Free Blueberry Cobbler

This recipe was born from a series of unfortunate events. We loaded in the car to head to our local blueberry patch- hoping to kick our summer break off with a fresh baked blueberry pie. It was early in the picking season, and we thought that the patch was open and ready to go, but we had heard wrong. My son was SO disappointed and had his heart (and taste buds) set on blueberry pie.

I told him on the way home that we could stop at the grocery and grab a pie crust and some frozen blueberries, and we could still throw something together. Guess what… no pie crusts at the store! That’s Fory luck. I wasn’t going to run all over town but told him we’d still whip up something delicious with what we had on hand at home.

And so… my version of gluten free blueberry cobbler was born and the first week of summer break was saved. It was incredibly easy to throw together and didn’t take a whole lot of fancy ingredients. Win-Win!

Here’s what you’ll need:

For the filling-

  • 3 cups frozen blueberries (fresh work too!)

  • 1/4 cup pure cane sugar (or sweetener of choice) *truvia or allulose are options

  • 2 tbsp. grass fed butter (or cooking spray)

For the topping-

  • 1 cup all purpose GF flour

  • 1/4 cup cane sugar or truvia

  • 1 tsp. baking powder

  • pinch of salt

  • 1/2 cup almond milk

  • sprinkle of ground cinnamon


  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees and place butter in the bottom of 7x11 glass dish (other sizes would work, but this is my favorite dish to use when whipping up something just for my family)- place dish with butter in oven to melt.

  2. Next, mix your sugar of choice with the blueberries in a medium bowl, until they are coated well.

  3. Now, combine all of your ingredients for the topping and mix well in another bowl.

  4. Place sugar coated blueberries into the butter coated dish and then dollop your topping mixture over the blueberries.

  5. Bake for about 35 minutes, until top is cooked through and golden brown (and blueberries are sizzling...yum!)

  6. Let cool and then enjoy with vanilla ice cream if desired.


Finished product... yum!

Tips and other options-

  • You can use cooking spray to coat your dish before adding the cobbler ingredients, but the butter will add an element of sweetness and "comfort".

  • I store leftovers in the fridge. I actually enjoy eating it cold. Try it!

  • I recently baked this again using allulose (it's important to know that with whichever sweetener you use- moderation is always the best policy)

  • Enjoy!


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