End of Summer Peach Apple Cobbler



Last weekend, I bought my last basket of Ontario peaches from the farmer’s market. From here on out, things like pears, apples, figs, grapes, beets, pumpkins, carrots, squash, and potatoes make their seasonal debut.

But first, I wanted to make a farewell summer recipe using fresh peaches, a couple of the season’s first apples, and an easy gluten-free biscuit topping. I figured, it would make the end of summer a bit less bitter and a bit more sweet!


Have you ever made a cobbler recipe before?

This was my first time making a cobbler and I expected it to be a lot more difficult than it was. It was actually super easy to make, but it still looks like you spent hours baking it.

A cobbler has a base of gently cooked fruit with a lightly sweetened biscuit topping. It’s the perfect recipe to make when you don’t have the time or energy to make a pie from scratch, but still want a show stopper dessert. I actually think I might like this recipe better than a traditional pie! There is just something about the sweet, fluffy biscuit topping that lured me back for more and more. Even Eric who isn’t normally a “cooked fruit fan” absolutely loved this cobbler.


Just like a pie, you can pretty much use any fruit and have great success. You can’t go wrong if you use what’s in season as seasonal fruit is usually sweeter and you won’t have to add much sweetener to the cobbler.

I thought local peaches and apples were a perfect pairing for the last week of summer!


I sliced 5 cups of peaches and 3 cups of apples- no need to remove the skin.


Then, all you do is mix together the base ingredients made up of arrowroot powder (or cornstarch), Sucanat (or other dry sugar), cinnamon, sliced fruit, water, and vanilla. Bring it to a boil and cook for 1-2 minutes.


Now you have gently cooked fruit in a light syrup!


Spread into a greased casserole dish (or a very large pie dish like I did).


I loved the oat and almond flour combination so much in my gluten-free chocolate chip cookies, I decided to make a gluten-free biscuit using the same flours. I only added 1/4 cup of almond flour, but it resulted in a sweet and nutty batter. I probably could have eaten this batter on its own and called it a day…it turned out incredible! The best part is that it comes together in just a couple minutes.


If you don’t have almond flour, not to worry. You can simply process whole almonds into a fine flour in your blender or processor. Or you can use whatever flour you want and I’m sure it will turn out as well.

Because the consistency of the batter is quite drippy (think porridge), it is easily spooned on top of the fruit mixture. I added about 6 large spoonful’s, as I wanted it to serve 6 people, but it doesn’t really matter how you spread it on. For a crunchy topping, I sprinkled it with Sucanat before baking.


Now bake for 25-30 minutes and serve immediately. Easy as pie cobbler!


I served it in mini waffle bowls (President’s Choice brand if I remember correctly) along with some vegan ice cream.


A sprinkle of toasted almonds really took it over the top and added the perfect crunch!



Summer, it’s been a slice.

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Courtney September 10, 2016

I love peach cobbler, so I made this last night. I used only peaches (added a dash of freshly squeezed lime juice and 1/8 tsp. of salt–I also decreased the sugar because the peaches were pretty ripe) and didn’t simmer before baking. I found that I needed to use about a cup of almondmilk and didn’t use as much coconut oil because it was hard from having been in the fridge (I also halved the salt in the biscuit because I added a skosh of salt to the peaches), but everything turned out fine. I’m especially pleased by how the arrowroot is holding the fruit together in a lovely way.


Sarah Dirk August 20, 2014

I just made this and it was awesome. super easy and super amazing. thank you so much you vegan goddess.


Robin July 23, 2014

Made this last night for my dad’s birthday! For the fruits I used 7 small-medium plums, 1 pear, a few peach slices, and an apple -all organic- and added lemon juice + almond extract (omitted the water). I didn’t simmer the fruits on the stove, just tossed everything together, using 1/3c coconut sugar instead of 1/2c, and let it macerate. Oh and I chose unrefined coconut oil as the fat instead of EB. The whole thing turned out excellent and it is even better tonight! With some vanilla coconut milk ice cream? Can’t be beat.


Vegan Radhika Sarohia January 27, 2013

This looks so so good!


kate November 22, 2012

i just googled and was wondering if I could use almond flour instead of arrowroot powder?


Angela (Oh She Glows) November 22, 2012

Hey Kate, Arrowroot powder absorbs the extra liquid so I would suggest subbing it for another starch like cornstarch. Enjoy!


Bec August 8, 2012


No, I did not use the almond meal because I didn’t happen to have any on hand at the time. Maybe that’s the problem. I’ll add almond meal to my shopping list and try it again.
I love your recipes and visit often for inspiration and new ideas! Thanks!


Bec August 7, 2012

I made this last night and think I must have done something wrong. The taste was lovely, but the texture was somewhat unappetizing because of layer of “slime” that formed between the crust and the cooked fruit….very similar to the “slime” that sometimes occurs when cooking oatmeal. I did use whole gluten free grain oat flour in the biscuit topping because I like the nutritional aspect of the flour. Can you recommend a fix?


Angela (Oh She Glows) August 7, 2012

Hey Bec, Hmm I’m not sure why that happened to you. I haven’t heard of this problem with the recipe. Did you use the almond meal? Maybe it was too much oat flour? I’m realy not sure. Sorry this happened to you! I’ll have to revisit the recipe again sometime this season.


Alyssa Monique (PayFitnessForward) October 10, 2011

Angela! I want you to know that I made this for my boyfriends dad yesterday (it was his bday) and EVERYONE loved it. I come from a VERY hispanic background and vegan eating is not common but they had no idea that this dish was so healthy. While someone else brought a fattening cake I brought your dish and it went wayyyy faster than the cake :-D I love to feed people REAL quality food. Thanks again Angela xoxo


Alexandria Lewis September 25, 2011

Quite delicious! Used pears and peaches :-)


Courtney September 23, 2011

I made this cobbler and your creamy avocado pasta recently–so darn good!! I read your about page as well and it really resonated with me. I’m trying a more vegan lifestyle now!!


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