SCD + Paleo Blueberry Cobbler
We love this dessert for it’s simple yet incredibly delicious flavors, cobbler is great comfort food and this SCD + Paleo Blueberry variety is no exception! And it’s a super cinch to make!
Happy Wednesday, friends!💜💙 We went a little nuts at the farmer’s market this week and brought back a massive supply of fresh blueberries (so good!!) We’ve had a hankering for some cobbler, so with a truckload of berries on hand, it only made sense to get baking!
You’re going to love this cobbler topping, it’s sweet + salty biscuity goodness! And it’s magic with the blueberry filling, it makes such a simple yet elegant summer dessert.
We used an 8 inch pie pan, but 9 inch would work beautifully as well. We don’t have any additional tips for today’s recipe, once you have the ingredients on hand, you’ll find it’s really very easy to make! And if you love this Cobbler, we think you’ll also love our SCD Raspberry Tartelettes!
Happy Baking + Enjoy The Recipe!!😊
SCD Blueberry Cobbler
- Total Time: about an hour
- Yield: 6-8 servings 1x
- 1.5 cups almond flour (Bob’s Red Mill)
- 1/3 cup coconut flour
- 1 teaspoon gelatin
- 1/4 teaspoon salt
- 1/4 cup butter, cubed
- 2 tablespoons cold water
- 1.5 tablespoons honey (2.5 tablespoons Granular Swerve for Lower-Carb version)
- 1 teaspoon vanilla
- 2 pints fresh blueberries, room temp (or the equivalent thawed frozen blueberries)
- zest of 1 lemon
- juice of 1 lemon
- 2 teaspoons gelatin
- 1/3 cup honey (or Granular Swerve for low-carb version)
- Coconut Whipped Cream (optional):
- The solid cream from two cans of chilled coconut milk (view instructions for details)
- 1/4 teaspoon gelatin
- 1/8 teaspoon vanilla extract
- drizzle of honey (or a spoonful of Swerve for Low-Carb version)
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees
- In a large bowl, whisk together almond flour, coconut flour, gelatin and salt.
- Add cubed butter and use a flour cutter to cut the butter into the flour as you would with a pie crust.
- Add in water, honey and vanilla extract. Combine by hand until sticky dough forms. Form dough into ball and set aside.
- Pour blueberries in a large bowl and toss with lemon zest and juice. Sprinkle gelatin over top and toss until evenly combined. Then add honey once again stirring until incorporated evenly. Pour blueberry mixture into pie pan.
- Separate your pie dough into pieces and place them on top of the filling. You can do little pieces like a crumble, or larger pieces like a traditional cobbler. Brush with egg wash (1 yolk +1 tbsp coconut milk or you can brush with just the coconut milk-they both give you that beautiful color).
- Bake in a preheated oven at 350 degrees for about 40 minutes, or until blueberries start to bubble. Place a sheet of foil lightly over the top of the cobbler at 15 minutes in. It will keep it from over-browning.
- Let cool for 15 minutes then transfer to the freezer to continue cooling for about 40 minutes, The filling will set up during this process. You can however serve it warm (not hot), it won’t be quite as thick but it will be fabulous. Cover any leftovers and refrigerate.
- **Optional: Make your coconut whipped topping right before serving the cobbler. Open two cans of chilled coconut milk and remove just the cream on top, being careful not to transfer liquid a long with it. Place the cream in your chilled mixing bowl. Sprinkle 1/4 tsp of gelatin overtop and add a very small drizzle of honey and 1/8th tsp of vanilla extract. Blend for just 10-15 seconds, over blending tends to loosen the cream. Place in piping bag with star tip or spoon a dollop on each serving.
- Prep Time: 20 minutes
- Cook Time: 40 minutes
Keywords: grainfree, paleo, gluten-free, scd, specificcarbohydratediet, blueberry, cobbler, summer, dessert
These blueberries look so plump and perfect! And a sweet & salty biscuit topping- you have outdone yourself! I am officially drooling on the floor 😉
Aw haha thank you Noelle, you’re so kind to say that!! 😀 I had such a big serving, I can’t even tell you!
Can I brush with just almond milk? Would that still make it that beautiful brown? Thank you! Looks delish!!
Thank you so much! 😀 You know, I haven’t tried almond milk as an egg wash–I think if you mix it with a bit of melted butter, it might work! If you try it, I’d love to know how it goes!
Wish I had a huge bowl of this right now! Nothing like a good old fashioned blueberry cobbler!! YUM! Pinning! xo
Aw thank you so much, dear Kim! I agree, it’s such a yummy old fashioned treat! 😀
I made this with one half blueberries and the other half pineapples and both came out excellent like a regular cobbler. Finally, a treat that is SCD legal and good. I am not familiar with egg washes so I did not do that and it came out okay. I also saw your recipe using lentil noodles, went out and got some and made spaghetti with turkey meatballs and it was also fantastic. You are a godsend since I have long wanted to eat spaghetti and lasagna but could not have them due to the flour noodles. Now I can and my wife, who passed away two months ago, would have been so happy since she was always watching out for my health due to my Crohn’s. You have no idea how much your website of recipes will make my life simpler and better now. Thank you, thank you, thank you. Can’t wait to try your breads cuz SCD recipes for those never worked out well for me due to falling apart so easily.
Thank you Ron, so much for your kind review and words!! Your comment touches my heart, I’m so very sorry for your loss. I’m glad you’re enjoying the SCD recipes and thrilled you’re enjoying pasta again, that Tolerant lentil pasta really is such a treat. I hope you love the SCD rolls–and the SCD Pumpkin bread is my all-time favorite, I hope you enjoy that as well!! Thank you again!! 😀