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Jun 22

Grain-Free Peach Blueberry Breakfast Cobbler

This post is sponsored by Almond Breeze Almondmilk.

What makes breakfast, breakfast?

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I’d say it’s things like fruit and almond butter and greek yogurt and an egg.  So clearly what we have here is breakfast.  Because we have all those things. 

This type of recipe is my favorite type of recipe.  It’s a sweet breakfast recipe.  This blog was pretty much founded on single-serving breakfast recipes.  It was my thing.  And really still is my favorite thing, even if I now share more non-single serving and dinner recipes too.  I’m trying to branch out.  But I miss you single-serving breakfasts.  I’ll come back for you soon.

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I’m falling deeply in love with cooking on gas.  Mainly because the pictures are so much prettier than on an electric stove.  And I feel like I’m cooking on a campfire because there’s a FIRE!  And campfire thoughts brings on thoughts screaming, “Let’s s’more!!!!”

This is going to be a great relationship.

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Now.  Cobbler topped with ice cream is the way to eat cobbler BUT we’re changing things up today.  Instead of ice cream (which I do have 2 pints of in my freezer. because I’m sharing an insane recipe with you this week.  a recipe that I’m hoping you’ll freak out over as much as my mind is freaking out over.). 

But.  Instead of a scoop of ice cream to top this, we’re making a coconut vanilla bean cream.  Well.  Maybe I shouldn’t call it cream because it’s just yogurt.  But yogurt IS creamy.  So we’re back to calling it a cream.  Deal with it. 

(or don’t.  i don’t like confrontation.)

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Peach cobbler is the best cobbler.  For sure.  I remember one time growing up my Uncle Lonnie (who isn’t really my uncle, but is really my uncle…do you have any of your parent’s friends who you call uncle/aunt but aren’t really uncle/aunts?). 

Anyways.  We were camping and my Uncle Lonnie made a peach cobbler over a campfire and I remember it being the most delicious thing I’d ever eaten.  Peach cobbler is the only way I could be bribed into going camping now.  Not the biggest camping fan.  Too many childhood memories of scorpions in my tennis shoes. 

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I know the word ‘breakfast’ is in the title, but this cobbler is perfectly acceptable for snack time or dinner time.  Really, it’s the anytime cobbler.  

May your summer be filled with sunshine, sandy beaches and anytime cobbler.

(if you look mega close you can see the vanilla bean specks below)

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Grain-free Peach Blueberry Breakfast Cobbler

Grain-free cobbler for breakfast!

Yield: makes 4-6 servings

Prep Time: 20 minutes

Cook Time: 20 minutes

Total Time: 50 minutes

Ingredients:

Grain-free Cobbler
2 large peaches, thinly sliced
1 cup blueberries
1/2 cup coconut flour
1/4 teaspoon baking soda
1/4 teaspoon cinnamon
1/4 teaspoon salt
1/2 cup almond butter
1/2 cup Almond Breeze Almondmilk Original
1/4 cup honey
1 egg, lightly whisked

Coconut Vanilla Bean Cream
1/2 cup 2% plain greek yogurt
1/2 cup coconut flavored yogurt
1 teaspoon vanilla bean paste

Directions:

Preheat oven to 350ºF and grease a cast-iron skillet with butter or coconut oil.

Add peaches and blueberries to a saucepan over medium heat.  Cook, tossing frequently, until fruit softens and begins to breakdown.  Pour cooked fruit into the greased cast-iron skillet and set aside. 

In a bowl, combine coconut flour, baking soda, cinnamon and salt.  Add in almond butter, Almond Breeze Almondmilk Original, honey and egg.  Stir until a batter forms.  Spread batter evenly over cooked fruit.  Bake for 30 minutes.

While baking, make your coconut vanilla bean cream by combining yogurts and vanilla bean paste.  Serve cobbler warm or cold topped with coconut vanilla bean cream.

I liked this best cold.  It's perfect served after sitting in the fridge overnight.

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I’m newish to the grain-free baking world.  Are you team almond flour or coconut flour? Leave me some links to your favorite grain-free recipes below! Per usual I’ll make one soon and post my favorite to insta and tag ya.

23 comments on “Grain-Free Peach Blueberry Breakfast Cobbler”

  1. I enjoy a mix of coconut and almond flour but I think I tend to use almond flour more… I really need vanilla bean paste in my life though- it makes everything sound amazing! PS Your oven is beautiful :)

    • I need to make a Trader Joe’s run for some almond flour. And yes. I’m moving through my vanilla bean paste at an alarming rate. It’s just so fancy seeming!

  2. Team almond flour! I love minimalist bakers banana bread recipe. It’s really good and I love the nuttiness from the flour!

  3. That looks like my kind of breakfast! Especially with some lightly flavored yogurt, that stuff is my jam. Well…my yogurt, actually. :P 

  4. Coconut flour! Love it!

    What size cast iron skillet did you use?

  5. Team almond flour! Or a mix of both–Lexi has some amazing combination recipes, this one being my ultimate fave. http://lexiscleankitchen.com/2015/02/04/cookie-bars/ Also, I highly highly recommend springing for blanched almond flour vs. TJ’s almond meal–it’s a total game changer.

    Keep the awesome recipes coming! :)

  6. i have seen so many sweet breakfast recipes today, i need to get on that ASAP. 

  7. I’ve already made…chilled…and eaten this! Absolutely loved it! Subbed strawberries for blueberries and peanut butter for almond butter becauase that’s what I had on hand. Peach Cobbler is my favorite dessert treat and I absolutely loved this healthy, grain free version! I love love love your blog and you inspire me in my every day eats :) keep the great recipes coming!

    • This inspires me to keep the recipes coming! Sometimes when thinking up recipes/writing blog posts I feel like I’m talking to myself lol! I so so so loved this comment! Thanks, Carsen!

  8. This looks awesome, I would def not mind having this for breakfast :) Team Coconut flour all the way, I love the light and spongy texture it gives to baked goods, especially my Nutella Fudge Bars which are my all time fav recipes! http://athleticavocado.com/2015/06/01/paleo-nutella-fudge-bars/

  9. Coconut flour! It makes everything so fluffy and adds a great flavor. It does get kinda chalky if you add too much though. Almond flour is great for cookies though! Love this recipe :) 

  10. I love coconut flour! Amanda at running with spoons has some awesome mug cakes using coconut flour!

  11. This looks SO good! I absolutely <3 coconut flour, its kinda tricky to bake with, so kuddos to you! But I do have a few breakfast recipes with coconut flour too! Have you tried coconut flour breakfast cake in the microwave or coconut flour hot "cereal"? My new fav, here's a link. :) Can't WAIT to try your recipe! https://meganreablog.wordpress.com/2015/07/15/my-6-quick-healthy-go-to-breakfasts/

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