Triple Berry Cobbler (Paleo)

Wednesday, May 1, 2013


Even though summer does not officially start for another month (thank you google) I have been dreaming about warm summer nights, BBQs, splish splashin in the pool, cold beers, fire pits and fresh triple berry cobbler.

Fruit cobbler is something that I have been making for the longest time.  In fact, it was one of the first desserts I ever made for my husband that did not suck.  My old recipe (not paleo or thigh friendly at all) was delicious but because I no longer eat cake mix and sticks of butter on the regular I decided to give an old favorite a new healthier twist.












What you will need:
  • 4 cups of berries ( I used fresh boysenberries/strawberries and frozen blueberries) 
  • 1 1/2 cups of almond flour
  • 2 tbs of coconut oil (melted)
  • 2 tbs of honey
  • 5-6 dashes of cinnamon (hate me in the comment section for not measuring exactly)
Directions:
  • Preheat oven to 375 degrees
  • Grease a 8x8 baking dish with coconut oil and spread berries evenly along the bottom. 
  • In a seperate bowl, mix together the almond flour, coconut oil, honey and cinnamon until you have a nice crumbly mixture.   If it seems a little too dry, add a little more coconut oil.  If it seems a little too wet, add a little more almond flour. Depending on how fine your almond meal is this can change things slightly, so adjust as needed.
  • Spread the crumb topping evenly over the berries.  Sprinkle a good amount of cinnamon on top.
  • Bake for 30-35 minutes or until top is lightly golden brown.
  • Enjoy!

This turned out amazing.  It had the perfect amount of sweetness and the crumbly topping was oh so good.  My husband (and toddler) ate giant bowls of it and asked if I could make it again soon, which is always a good sign.

28 comments:

Jessica Camerata said...

YUM! This looks delicious and super simple. I only use almond flour for my go to chocolate chip cookie recipe because I don't typically love the flavor/texture. But it really is the perfect flour for a crumble topping. Trying this recipe this weekend. Looks super yummy!

xo Jessica
My Style Vita

Melissa @ Treats With a Twist said...

I just love cobbler! And almond flour is perfect for this! Sounds so yummy :)

Jennifer @ Delightfully Noted said...

You make this whole paleo thing look delicious!!!

Christy Smith said...

Oh my gosh, this looks awesome----I never comment, but I've made so many of your recipes and they're all so great! Last night while I was scrolling through your apple pie recipe I realized I need to comment bc I forget about the crazies/negatives out there---its always good to make sure the positives speak up! Your blog is so inspirational--thanks!

xoxoxo!
Christy

Kim Lee said...

Yum...it looks lovely and I love the simplicity of the ingredient list!

Melissa Mitchell said...

Making this today...will let you know how it comes out. LOVE LOVE these recipes...THANK YOU for making eating healthy so yummy :)

Alexa said...

That is a good sign! It seriously looks so so good Lindsay! Hope you are having a good week! :)

Sarah said...

Ooooh I love that it's cobbler season again. I would totally try a Paleo version. Sounds so yummy. Thanks for sharing =)

- Sarah
A Girl In Transit

Lindsay said...

Linds this looks delicious!! YUM!

Stacy said...

yay! this looks awesome and can't wait to make it. I am a sucker for a fruit based, cobbler-y dessert.

Gentiana said...

My dear Lindsey, I love the recipes you post and the way you live your life. i will try this one but I will replace the honey because it should be eaten only raw. Heated honey (at more than 40 degrees Celsius) becomes toxic. Big hug!

Jasmine Chaumont said...

I made this last night it was definitely AMAZING!!! I used whatever berries I had (strawberries, blueberries and raspberries) omg it was just SO delish, I just know i'll be making this ALL SUMMER LONG <3

Melissa Mitchell said...

Just made this with strawberries & blueberries since they were the only berries I had in the house and it came out AWESOME! Kids & I devoured the entire thing already. YUM!

Rhiannon said...

You have no idea how excited I get when you post a new recipe!!! Thank you =)

Felicia said...

You know how much I loved your first cobbler recipe, but this sounds just as amazing! going to be making this for sure! xo!

Montalvo Country said...

GURL I never measure spices. Ever. You should see how I make granola. It's comical how I toss things together. guess what - it don't matter! Always comes out great.
Okay coconut oil. Is there anything more freakn amazing than coconut oil!? I have a serious obsession. I will definitely be making this THIS WEEKEND! :D XOXO!

Anonymous said...

I made this twice with blueberries and strawberries. I added 1/2 teaspoon of baking soda to the crust (to give the crust a bit more body), plus 1 tablespoon of vanilla extract. The final product was exponentially better after overnight refrigeration; the flavors really melded and developed.

Anonymous said...

I just found your blog and am so completely excited to try your recipes!! I try to eat low carb and most of these look low car AND delicious!

Anonymous said...

Love this, will be Yummy with Coconut Cream :-)♥ Love your posts

MAinTX said...

Found this the other day and made it tonight. I fudged a bit and added a wee bit of sugar and a bit of oats on the topping. Was very yummy b/c it was still not overly sweet. Thank you!

MAinTX said...

Found this the other day and made it tonight. I fudged a bit and added a wee bit of sugar and a bit of oats on the topping. Was very yummy b/c it was still not overly sweet. Thank you!

Adair Bell said...

I've made this 3 times in a week! It's delicious. I added some peaches to one and loved it! I found I like the topping on the stickier side before baking. I also cover it with a sheet of foil for a bit so the top doesn't get too brown. Thank you so much! This is also great for breakfast.

Anonymous said...

This tastes so good! My only issue was the berries turned into mush and it was runny. I used fresh blueberries (could they have been too juicy?) Or did I cook it too long? (I only cooked it for 25 min.) Thanks for anyone who has any tips! I think next time I will also add more crust for the top because it was delish!

Anonymous said...

This was awesome! I made it with frozen berries and paired it with one ingredient banana ice cream. It was delicious! I'm getting ready to make another batch using fresh berries.

Anonymous said...

It's in the oven. I used the frozen berries from Costco and a can of blueberry pie filling. Since we aren't too concerned with sugar at the moment, I sprinkled brown sugar over the berries. Thanks for the recipe!!!!!

Jessica Pena said...

So pleased to find this! I have so missed the cake mix/soda/berries cobbler... and this one sounds similar! So excited.

Cassidy Stauffer said...

This looks amazing!!! I can't wait to try it :)

Genevieve said...

Yep, this was good! I will be making it again! I bet it will be good with peaches, too.

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