Gluten free peach cobbler recipe

  • 4238 views
  • 4 Comments

4 Comments

Review our Code of Conduct
Don't send me emails about new comments
beyondcelery
beyondcelery September 12, 2011

Most peach cobbler recipes call for 1 cup all-purpose flour. Sub for this: 1/2 cup brown rice, amaranth, or millet flour. 1/2 cup sweet rice flour. 2-3 Tbls tapioca or potato starch. It should work well. I'll see if I can find my own peach cobbler recipe when I'm home later today and I'll type it up for you.

Review our Code of Conduct
Don't send me emails about new comments
garlic&lemon
garlic&lemon September 12, 2011

Whole Foods carries a line of mixes called Pamela's. You could use the pancake mix. Make as for pancakes, pour over your fruit, sprinkle with a little sugar, and bake.

Review our Code of Conduct
Don't send me emails about new comments
Shuna Lydon
Shuna Lydon September 12, 2011

If you're not so attached to making a GF biscuit for the cobbler, making a crisp/crumble topping is easier and can allow the GF flour flavor to really shine. If you really want to make a GF biscuit I suggest you don't roll them quite as thick as one would a wheat flour biscuit. {this is a few years old now, but it gives you an idea}

Wheat flour has more growing/rising/leavening properties and in order to "mimic" a GF approximation I fear you would have to add far too much baking powder than your mouth would desire as an end result.

Review our Code of Conduct
Don't send me emails about new comments
wssmom
wssmom September 12, 2011

Syronai's mix should work well; you can mix and match gluten-free flours in a ratio of one-half medium weight flour, 1/4 part light flour and 1/4 cup starch such as tapioca; e.g. 1/2 cup brown rice flour, 1/4 cup millet flour and 1/4 cup tapioca starch with some guar gum or xantham gum (1/4 teaspoon) added.

Review our Code of Conduct
Don't send me emails about new comments
Showing 4 out of 4 Comments Back to top
Recommended by Food52