The whole family will love this kid-friendly gluten-free fruit crisp recipe made with peaches and raspberries–it’s healthy and delicious.
Serve this tasty gluten-free peach raspberry crisp warm right out of the oven with or without fresh cream or vanilla ice cream for dessert. Or, serve it as a healthy kid-friendly breakfast the whole family will love. My family fell in love at first bite with the tangy sweet flavor of this gluten-free fruit cobbler recipe, and I think you will too.
During the summer, we always have an abundance of fresh peaches and raspberries in our garden. So, I decided to use some up by making a gluten-free peach raspberry crisp. The next day my family clamored for me to make my yummy fruit crisp again. Yes, it’s that good, and I promise you’re kids will love it too! You might also enjoy apple pie oatmeal–another healthy gluten-free breakfast that kids can make!
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How to Make a Gluten-Free Fruit Cobbler or Crisp
I adapted this super yummy gluten-free peach raspberry crisp recipe from an apple crisp recipe found in the Moosewood Cookbook by Mollie Katzen. It is one of my mother’s most used cookbooks of all time.
For this healthy gluten-free fruit crisp variation, I used fresh peaches and raspberries instead of apples, an almond meal instead of flour, maple syrup instead of honey, and I left the spices out. But you are welcome to add any you think would taste delicious.
My daughter didn’t like spices at the time, and I was pleasantly surprised by the result, so I thought I’d share my peach raspberry crisp recipe with you. I hope your family enjoys this healthy kid-friendly dessert’s sweet, tangy flavor as much as mine does!
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Gluten-Free Peach Rasberry Crisp Recipe Ingredients
- 5 – 7 peaches cut into slices (and peeled if desired)
- 1/2 – 1 cup fresh or frozen raspberries
- 2 cups rolled oats
- 3/4 cup almond meal (fresh ground almonds)
- 1/4 cup chopped walnuts
- 1/4 cup chopped sunflower seeds
- 1/2 tsp salt
- 1/2 cup butter
- 1/3 cup maple syrup
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Gluten-Free Peach-Rasberry Crisp Cooking Instructions
Gather the ingredients from the gluten-free fruit crisp recipe on the list above, and follow the easy step-by-step fruit crisp cooking instructions below.
- Slice (and peel) the peaches. My family thinks this gluten-free cobbler recipe tastes delicious with the peels on or off. But it’s a lot quicker and easier for kids to make this fruit crisp if you leave them on.
- Melt the butter and maple syrup together.
- Combine it with oats, almond meal, nuts, seeds, and salt. Set aside.
- Pre-heat oven to 375.°
- Grease a 9 × 9 square pan.
- Place a layer of peaches on the bottom of the pan.
- Toss raspberries in to fill the gaps. Both the peaches and raspberries came straight from our garden–Mmmm!
- Add half the oat and almond meal mixture to the peaches and raspberries. (Use a food processor for fresh ground almond meal.)
- Place another layer of peaches and raspberries on top of the oat mixture.
- Crumble the remaining oat mixture on top.
- Bake 25-30 minutes uncovered @ 375° (cover if it crisps too quickly). The sides should be bubbling and the top golden brown when finished.
I like to bake gluten-free crisp in our convection oven to make a slightly crunchy yet deliciously chewy top to go along with our vanilla ice cream–Yum!!
Gluten-Free Crisp Recipe the Whole Family Will Love!
The whole family will love this gluten-free peach raspberry crisp recipe. Serve it warm right out of the oven plain or with fresh cream, whipped cream, or vanilla ice cream–yum!
This gluten-free cobbler recipe is a fabulous farm-to-table recipe to make with the kids. You can make it with peaches and raspberries in the summer and apples (add cinnamon) throughout the fall and winter.