Apple Cobbler

There is nothing more delicious than this gluten free cinnamon apple cobbler recipe, straight out of the oven. This is the perfect treat for a Sunday lunch and works so well with a big scoop of home made dairy free vanilla ice cream or some cashew yoghurt (our favourite is Nush). Although we are crumble fanatics and rarely find anything as satisfying as a big bowl of hot crumble, the almondy cake topping to this apple cobbler is so delicious and really hits the spot. This is the first time that we have ever experimented with a cobbler, as it is very state side! However, we are big fans of this recipe, so I think you will be seeing many more cobbler recipes soon!

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Prep: 15 minutes

Cook: 40-45 minutes

Total: 1 hour

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    Apple filling

  • 1.5kg eating apples ,4 tbsp maple syrup,4 tbsp coconut sugar,1 tbsp cinnamon powder,Generous pinch of sea salt
  • Cobbler topping

  • 300g ground almond (3 cups),40g oat flour (1/4 cup),1 tbsp coconut oil,6 tbsp almond milk,4 tbsp maple syrup,Pinch of sea salt


  • Preheat the oven to 180 degrees Celsius.

  • Core and chop the apples into thin, half crescent slices. Place the apples into a bowl and toss with the maple syrup, coconut sugar and sea salt.

  • Pour the apples into a baking dish and place into the oven for 25 minutes until they start to soften.

  • Whilst the apples cook, make the cobbler topping. Add all of the ingredients into a bowl and stir until fully combined. You want a wet dough mixture.

  • After the apples have been in the oven for 25 minutes, roll the dough into balls and place across the top of the apples. Place this into the oven and bake for an further 20 minutes until golden.

  • This is best served warm!

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