Monday, June 16, 2014

Texas Cobbler - gluten free, vegan and top 8 allergen free

Now that schools out and summer is basically here we are starting to enjoy our Summer cook outs!  

You'll find that this simple Texas style cobbler can be one of your go-to desserts this Summer.  It's simple and you can use whatever fruit you like or have on hand.  Or even better, whatever fruit you have in the freezer.....

This cobbler can be served warm or cold and is really good if you add a bit of your favorite dairy free ice cream or whipped cream- a must in my opinion!  You can throw this together really quickly and will probably have most all of the ingredients on hand for those last minute summer get together or picnics.  I've yet to meet too many adults or kids who will turn down a fresh cobbler!  It's always a hit.  

If you haven't tried a Texas Cobbler before, let me tell you they are delicious.  It has a bread pudding likeness to the batter once cooked and a lovely mild flavor that compliments most any fruit.  I've made this in cherry, blueberry and peach.  I hope you give this a try and share with the ones you love!

gluten free, vegan and top 8 allergen free

Texas Cobbler:
8 or 9 inch pan
serves 6

1/2 Cup  White Rice Flour
1/4 Cup  Brown Rice Flour
1/4 Cup  Potato Starch
1/2 tsp.  Xantham Gum
1/2 Cup  Organic Sugar
2 tsp.  Baking Powder
1/2 Cup Butter Substitute (I use Earth Balance Soy Free Sticks)
1 Cup  Milk Substitute ( I use Coconut Milk, carton or Rice Milk)
1 tsp.  Vanilla Bean Paste or Pure Vanilla Extract
1 Cup  Fruit of choice (fresh or frozen-thawed)

1/4 Cup  Organic Sugar
1 tsp.  Ground Cinnamon
1/4 tsp.  Ground Nutmeg

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.  Cut up 1/4 cup of the butter and place in bottom of baking pan.  Place in oven and melt for 3-5 minutes.  In medium bowl whisk together, white rice, brown rice, potato starch, xantham gum, sugar and baking powder.  Add the other 1/4 cup of butter and cut into dry mixture to form "crumbs".  Add milk substitute and vanilla and mix together.  The batter will be lumpy.  Pour into baking dish with the melted butter, top with fruit and sprinkle with topping mixture.  Bake 40-50 minutes until done. Serve warm or cool.  Enjoy!

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Add the butter to the baking dish and melt in the oven.

Once your batter is mixed add it right on top of the melted butter.

Top with your choice of fruit and sprinkle on the topping and bake.

Texas Blueberry Cobbler!

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  1. Hi Jolene, your cobbler looks sooooo wonderful. Heavens! I couldn't think of anything more perfect at the moment :)


  2. Your Cobbler recipe looks so easy and delicious. Can't wait to make it. And it's free of the top 8 allergens-THANK YOU!