Wholesome paleo peach cobbler with coconut flour

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As simple as that Healthy paleo peach cobbler with coconut flour is a gluten-free remake of the classic recipe that you will never believe is healthy! The perfect summer dessert to feed a lot!

Side view of paleo peach cobbler with ice cream top in a bowl

PIN Healthy Paleo Peach Cobbler with Coconut Flour

The milk-free peach cobbler of your DREAMZZZ.

This is the paleo peach cobbler recipe I didn't even know I needed until I tried and W H O A. How have I never had a peach cobbler in my ENTIRE LIFE?

Any kind of cobbler recipe for that matter, actually. I've told you before and I'll tell you again: there are only a few American foods that we don't really eat in Canada (like paleo-healthy sweet potato casserole or stew jambalaya), so I've never had the experience To taste.

Until I did And then I realized that there has been a PEACH COBBLER SIZED HOLE in my life for almost 28 years.

According to Mr. FFF (since I wasn't 100% sure what I wanted, never had one, but RLY RLY still wanted to try to make one), this vegan peach cobbler recipe is:

  • Eager for cinnamon flavored with swirls of rich, sweet coconut sugar that explodes in EVERY BIT.
  • Loaded with perfect peach-colored goodness. You still get a little texture, but most are bubbly, sweet, and tasty.
  • The exact ratio of crispy-crumbly-spicy-sweet topping to slurpable, juicy peaches that makes you really happy to eat.

Paleo-peach cobbler, served with ice in a large pan

Which peaches should I use for Paleo Peach Cobbler?

You want to use freestone peaches, not freshness. Did you know that there is something like Freestone peaches? As the name suggests, the stone is FREE, so it's not that hard to cut. CHANGE GAME CORRECT? You'll also want to use peaches that are a bit soft, but not mushy and overripe. Otherwise, is there a bit of an addictive chewy texture left after baking? Just go away.

Paleo Peach Cobbler ingredients

Shoemakers are my new FAVE and I can't believe I didn't know about them before. I mean, I'm not a stranger to a Paleo Vegan Apple Crisp or a gluten-free rhubarb crisp but now I also have to devour cobblers! Now that I'm on the cobbler train, especially in this juicy, sweet, crispy PEACH, I'm getting hungry! Like, where have you been all my life, peach cobbler? The ingredients are healthy ingredients that are better for you than the typical cobblers. So you will feel comfortable when you enjoy this pleasure and share it with your crew! Here's what you need to do it:

  • Peaches
  • Coconut sugar
  • cinnamon
  • nutmeg
  • Lemon juice
  • Tapioca starch
  • Coconut flour
  • baking powder
  • salt
  • Cold, grass-fed butter (or vegan butter)
  • Boiling water
  • cinnamon

Close-up of a piece of paleo-peach cobbler with ice cream on top

Healthy swaps

I love a satisfying, sweet dessert that uses delicious summer fruits (HELLO peaches!) And is also forgiving and rich! But tell me that everything is packed in a healthier package for you and it's official Coconut flour peach cobbler won my heart! I replaced some of the typical ingredients for making a shoemaker and replaced them with healthier ones that you will feel comfortable with!

  1. Refined sugar: I decided against coconut sugar – it still offers the sweetness you need for a dessert, but less processed!
  2. All-purpose flour: Instead of normal white flour, I used a combination of coconut flour and tapioca starch, which makes this dessert both low-carb and gluten-free!
  3. Butter: You can use grass-fed butter for this recipe, or use vegan butter to make it milk-free!

Overhead view of paleo-peach cobblestone in a pan with a slice cut out

How to make gluten free peach cobblers

It's delicious – check! It's healthy – check! It is satisfactory – check it again! You are ready for your ingredients and I know your stomach is likely to growl while dreaming of this delicious dessert! How to do it:


Preheat your oven to 425 degrees Fahrenheit. In a large bowl, add the peaches, coconut sugar, cinnamon, nutmeg and lemon juice and stir. Stir in tapioca starch.

to bake

Pour this mixture into a large baking pan (I use a 10-inch cast iron pan) and put it in the oven to bake for 10 minutes.


In a separate large bowl add ½ cup plus 1 tablespoon of coconut sugar, coconut flour, tapioca starch, baking powder and salt and stir together. Add the butter and mix it into the flour mixture with your fingers until it resembles a fine meal. Stir in the boiling water until it is just combined.


Take the peaches out of the oven and sprinkle the remaining coconut sugar and cinnamon over them. Next, drop the cobbler mixture onto the cobbler with a spoon. Spread it evenly.

to bake

Bake for about 25-30 minutes or until the peaches bubble and the top is golden brown. Then leave to stand for at least 30 minutes.


Serve it and devour !!

Serve ideas

This cobbler is delicious in itself, but if you want to make it a bit EXTRA, do it with milk-free whipped cream, vanilla ice cream, or even Greek vanilla yogurt!

extreme close up of paleo peach cobbler with a serving spoon and ice cream

Other recipes you might like:

Healthy chocolate paleo zucchini bread

Paleo Magic Cookie Bars

Best Paleo Coconut Flour Brownies

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Paleo Peach Cobbler

This simple paleo peach cobbler is a gluten-free remake of the classic recipe that you will never believe is healthy! The perfect summer dessert!

course dessert

kitchen American

keyword Paleo, vegan

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Preparation time 20 protocol

cooking time 25th protocol

rest time 30th protocol

total time 45 protocol

Servings 8th People

Calories 247kcal

author Taylor


For the shoemaker:

  • 1/2 Cup + 3 tbsp Coconut sugar, divided
  • 6 tablespoon Coconut flour, (sifted 36 g) *
  • 6 tablespoon Tapioca starch (46 g)
  • 1 TL baking powder
  • 1/4 TL salt
  • 4th tablespoon Cold grass butter (or vegan butter) cut into small pieces
  • 6 1/2 tablespoon Boiling water
  • 1 TL cinnamon


  • Preheat your oven to 425 degrees.

  • Mix the peaches, coconut sugar, cinnamon, nutmeg and lemon juice well in a large bowl. Stir in tapioca starch.

  • Pour into a large baking pan (I used a 10-inch cast iron pan) and bake for 10 minutes.

  • In the meantime, mix 1/2 cup + 1 tablespoon of coconut sugar (keep the rest for later) Mix coconut flour, tapioca starch, baking powder and salt in a separate large bowl. Stir in the butter with your fingers until the mixture looks like a rough meal. Stir in the boiling water until it is just combined.

  • Take the peaches out of the oven. In a small bowl, stir the remaining 2 tablespoons of coconut sugar and cinnamon. Sprinkle over the peaches.

  • Drop the cobbler that puts my spoons over the peaches and spread all the very large spoons lightly.

  • Bake until the top is golden brown and the peaches are bubbly, about 25-30 minutes. Let stand for at least 30 minutes.

  • Devour!


* As with baking GF, please weigh your flour for results Recipe loose based on this recipe.


Calories: 247kcal | Carbohydrates: 49G | Protein: 1.4G | Fat: 6.3G | Saturated fatty acids: 4.2G | Polyunsaturated fat: 0.1G | Monounsaturated fatty acids: 0.1G | Cholesterol: fifteenmg | Sodium: 198mg | Potassium: 194mg | Dietary fiber: 3.8G | Sugar: 39G | Vitamin A: 10thIU | Vitamin C: 11mg | Calcium: 4thmg | Iron: 1mg

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Nutritional information

Paleo Peach Cobbler

Amount per serving

Calories 247 Calories from fat 57

% Daily value *

fat 6.3 g10%

Saturated fat 4.2 g26%

Polyunsaturated fat 0.1 g

Monounsaturated fat 0.1 g

cholesterol 15 mg5%

sodium 198 mg9%

potassium 194 mg6%

carbohydrates 49g16%

Fiber 3.8 g16%

Sugar 39g43%

protein 1.4 g3%

Vitamin A. 10IU0%

vitamin C 11 mg13%

calcium 4 mg0%

iron 1 mg6%

* The daily percentages are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

(per serving – based on a recipe for 8 people)

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