Gluten Free Blueberry Cobbler
This rustic gluten free blueberry cobbler is to die for and I guarantee you won’t be missing the gluten. Using only natural sugars and real ingredients, you won’t have to feel guilty about enjoying this blueberry dessert!
Living in Minnesota, I absolutely ADORE blueberries! We go blueberry picking for wild blueberries in the woods and that means we need a long list of amazing recipes to enjoy those blueberries with. No matter if you pick wild blueberries yourself, or you buy them at the store, this gluten free blueberry crisp does not disappoint!
We often find raspberries at the same time when we are blueberry picking. If you do too, then be sure to grab this summer raspberry bread recipe. It’s SO good!
How To Make Blueberry Cobbler
This blueberry cobbler is made in a 10″ cast iron skillet and is a rustic take on the classic cobbler which means it is SUPER easy to make! I like using this brand of cast iron skillet for my cooking.
Start by pouring fresh blueberries in a large bowl. Be sure to wash the blueberries before baking with them.
Add maple syrup, cinnamon, allspice, rosemary, and salt to the blueberries. Stir to mix it all together and then set the bowl aside.
Now that we have mixed together the blueberries, we will mix together our dry ingredients. We use old fashioned rolled oats that are certified gluten free for this recipe.
To make this recipe gluten free we have also used almond flour in place of all purpose flour. We will add this to the bowl along with almonds and honey.
We also add butter and sea salt to our mixture and mix it all together.
Now it is time to pour the blueberry mixture into the cast iron pan and top with the oat mixture. And it is time to bake this beautiful concoction!
Keep an eye on your cobbler as it is baking. Once it is nicely browned on top you can cover it with foil to bake the rest of the way so that the top doesn’t get over-baked.
Once you remove it from the oven allow it to cool for 5-10 minutes and then serve warm.
Serving the gluten free blueberry cobbler in little mason jars is a really cute way to do it for parties or entertaining.
Clean Eating Ideas To Serve Your Blueberry Cobbler With
There are a few different things you can serve this cobbler with if you are trying to eat clean. Here are some ideas you can draw from instead of ice cream or whip cream!
- Dairy-free coco whip (made with coconut instead of dairy – found in freezer section by cool whip)
- almond milk yogurt
- greek yogurt (if you are doing dairy)
- almond whip (found in dairy section near ready whip products)
- dairy-free, low sugar ice cream (such as Halo brand)
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Gluten Free Blueberry Cobbler
- 4 cups fresh blueberries rinsed
- ¼ cup real maple syrup
- ¾ tsp ground cinnamon
- ½ tsp ground allspice
- ½ tsp dried rosemary or 1½ t. fresh, finely chopped
- ¾ cup old-fashioned rolled oats
- ¼ cup almond flour
- ¼ cup almonds sliced
- ¼ cup honey preferably local
- 2 Tbsp unsalted butter melted
- 1/8 tsp table salt
- 1 cup Greek yogurt or Almond Milk Yogurt
- Coco Whip
- Almond Whip
- Place top oven rack in the center position and pre-heat oven to 350°F.
- Place blueberries in a large bowl. Add maple syrup, cinnamon, allspice, rosemary, and salt. Toss to combine and set aside.
- Combine the topping ingredients in a separate bowl and stir until oats are thoroughly coated and all ingredients are well combined. Set aside.
- Pour blueberry mixture into a 10” cast iron skillet and spread into an even layer. Spread the topping evenly across the top in a uniform layer, as well.
- Place into pre-heated oven and bake for 30 minutes. If the top layer is nicely browned at this point, cover dish loosely with aluminum foil to prevent over-browning. Bake for another 15-20 minutes or until the blueberry crisp is nice and bubbling. Remove from oven and set aside to cool for 5-10 minutes.
- Serve warm with some Greek yogurt, if desired. Enjoy!
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Can you make in a pie tin instead of cast iron skillet?
Sure that would be fine!
Will frozen blueberries work?
Yes that should work!