Cobblers should be a love language all of their own. My dad always loved our family recipe for peach cobbler and I decided to use that foolproof recipe to make this gluten free pear cobbler! If you’ve never had a gluten free pear cobbler, you need it in your life, especially during the holidays!
The significance of cobbler
Many of you know that my dad was a huge part of why I became a dietitian and KISS in the Kitchen at it’s heart is a tribute to him. He always used to tell me to Keep it simple, Shannon, and I need the reminder every single day. Simple recipes are a mainstay and this cobbler recipe is so simple it will probably have you wonder if you’re doing something wrong.
The secret to fool-proof cobbler
It starts with melting a stick of butter and that’s how you know this recipe is SOLID. If you’re dairy-free, you can sub coconut oil. It isn’t quite as tasty, but it will still please a crowd. The remaining steps to the cobbler couldn’t be any more simple. Mix the dry, add the wet, pour over the butter (DON’T STIR) then spoon the pears on top with all the juice and into the oven it goes!
The end result is one with crispy buttery edges and a slightly doughy center- the perfect blend of consistencies that will appeal to everyone enjoying it! You could also substitute peaches and you’ll have Dad’s Favorite Peach Cobbler but just a gluten free version!
I hope this sweet dish finds its way to your family’s table this holiday season, but even more than that- I hope you find yourself at peace this Christmas and surrounded by all those you love.
KISS Gluten-Free Pear Cobbler
Time: 10 minutes hands on, 45 minutes in oven
1 stick butter
1 cup gluten-free flour (1:1)
1 cup sugar
1 heaping tsp baking powder
1 pinch salt
1/2 tsp cinnamon
1 cup dairy-free milk of choice
1 tsp vanilla
2 15.25oz can pears, in heavy syrup
1.) Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Place 1 stick of butter in 9X13 baking pan or glass dish and heat in oven for about 5 minutes or until completely melted.
2.) Mix flour, sugar, baking powder and salt in medium bowl.
3.) Add 1 cup milk and vanilla to dry ingredients and mix well.
4.) Pour batter on melted butter, do not stir.
5.) Spoon pears on batter layer and drizzle with any leftover syrup. Again, do not stir.
5.) Bake for 45 minutes, remove and let cool 15-20 minutes (if you can wait that long). Add a scoop of vanilla ice cream for the full experience my dad always enjoyed :).
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