Paleo Peach Cobbler (nut-free) | Diane Sanfilippo


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  1. Thank you for providing us with more nut/seed free recipes! I have recently been diagnosed with an autoimmune disease and need to say goodbye to the nuts and seeds. This looks so good!

  2. Any fruit will make this delicious (i’ve tried a couple), but the real gem is the TOPPING! I decided to make it, because I think nuts are making me sick and it was refreshing to see a topping that was not made with almond flour or other nuts. I use to make the crumble top from Practical Paleo and it was good, but truthfully always felt a little “soggier” than my Pre-paleo crumble toppings. THIS TOPPING BLEW THAT ONE OUT OF THE WATER! The coconut makes it have the crunch that oatmeal use to add to our toppings before Paleo, but without really adding a coconut flavor that could potentially compete with the fruit flavors. This one gets an A+++ at our home! Good Work Diane!

  3. This was wonderful! I have a bunch of nut allergies too, so it’s nice to find recipes without almond flour. This is the best Paleo cobbler that I’ve found yet! Thank you so much 🙂

  4. This was wonderful! I have a bunch of nut allergies too, so it’s nice to find recipes without almonds. This is the best Paleo cobbler I’ve found yet! Thank you so much!

  5. The topping before cooking was delicious (I had to try it!). It tasted like a great cookie batter. I bet it would actually make a good oatmeal cookie replacement with some raisins thrown in.

    I had frozen, spiced, lemoned, mapled peaches from a favorite pre-AIP recipe and split them over two 5″x9″ loaf pans (my honey wanted a regular oats and almonds crisp topping) and didn’t add the coconut milk but did add arrowroot to thicken since the juices separated badly while thawing and I can’t stand a too-soggy crisp.

    I made half the topping recipe for my ‘side’ and baked part of the time with foil (my mistake – it slowed down cooking a lot and took me a lot longer to get a crispy topping, especially with my over-juiced peaches). I overbaked to compensate. I imagine if I’d followed the baking instructions it would have been perfect. As it is, it’s still very tasty and a nice ratio of topping to fruit. The coconut does add some nice crunch, so while I still miss the oats and almonds, it’s definitely getting the job done. 😉

    Thank you for such a great treat!!

  6. Made this with fresh blackberries this weekend for company (non paleo) and not a bite was left!!! My hubby exclaimed that this cobbler was a winner and I have to agree! As all of Diane’s recipes we have enjoyed, this is another and will be our go-to cobbler from now on! Thank you, Diane for another easy and delicious recipe! Muuuah!

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  10. I’m making this tonight and cannot wait!! My husband doesn’t love shredded coconut? Can I omit this and add something else? Thanks, Diane!!

    1. Sorry I missed this before. Actually, you’re better off using the recipe in Practical Paleo that uses nuts if you want to make this without coconut. The purpose of this recipe was really to be nut-free, so coconut it is! (Which technically isn’t a nut.)

  11. Hi Diane!

    I will be making this out of your cookbook tomorrow…but googled a question and the same recipe showed up!
    I have never used coconut milk before – any advice on whether to use boxed vs. canned?

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      1. It was a huge success! Thanks for your answer and for the recipe! Can’t wait to go through the rest of them.

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  12. Imagine my joy when I came across this recipe while searching nut-free paleo peach cobbler recipes. Practical Paleo was my first paleo cookbook and still one of my favorite sources for recipes. I never thought to look and see if you had a blog.
    I’m recently cutting out nuts, and I’m so excited to try this! Thank you for sharing!

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      So glad! This recipe is in the updated, second edition which I highly recommend getting if you loved the first! You can pass the first to a friend. Also, my blog is listed on the book back cover 🙂

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