Easy Blueberry Cobbler

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My husband and kids picked nine pounds of blueberries while I was at work last week. I really like blueberries and wish that the growing season was longer. A friend has a large area of blueberry bushes made up of different varieties and was having trouble keeping the birds out of the nets. So, he invited my family over to pick as many berries as possible. Although I froze a bunch, I still had a lot of fresh blueberries to use up. This is a an easy blueberry cobbler recipe that doesn’t take much time or effort. It’s my favorite low carb cobbler recipe of all that I’ve tried. It tastes great and I doubt others who try it would guess it was sugar and gluten free.

You could use any fruit you like in this cobbler, even frozen fruit would be fine if you don’t have fresh. Berries are the lowest in carbs, but fruit in general should be used with caution during low carb induction and weight lose phases. If you are trying to lose weight, you may want to consume fruit in moderation because it can cause a stall in your weight loss. Since this cobbler is primarily fruit, the net carbs could be a bit high for those on stricter carb diets. Fruit does tend to kick people out of ketosis so be aware of this.

This is a wonderful sugar free blueberry cobbler that is perfect to take along to those get togethers where you want to make sure you have a suitable dessert that you can enjoy. I serve this delicious fruit cobbler to my family and they never question the fact that it is low carb and gluten free. I love that it is so quick and easy to put together. In the summer, it’s even better with a scoop of low carb ice cream on top.

Easy Blueberry Cobbler

Rating: 51

Cook Time: 25 minutes

Total Time: 30 minutes

Easy Blueberry Cobbler

Blueberry season has arrived. This is a really simple low carb blueberry cobbler recipe with a gluten free topping that tastes just like the real thing.


  • 3 cups blueberries
  • 1 tablespoon lemon juice
  • 1/4 teaspoon xanthan gum
  • 2/3 cup almond flour
  • 1/3 cup coconut flour
  • 1 cup granular sugar alternative (I used 24 packets)
  • 1 egg, beaten
  • 6 tablespoons butter, melted


  1. Pour berries into greased 9?x9? pan.
  2. Sprinkle with lemon juice and xanthan gum.
  3. Stir almond flour, coconut flour, sweetener and egg until mixture resembles coarse meal.
  4. Sprinkle dry mixture over berries.
  5. Drizzle melted butter over topping.
  6. Bake at 350 degrees for 25 minutes or until top is browned.


Makes 9 servings

Net carbs per serving: 8g


* * * *   3 votes

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  1. Jen says

    I made this today & it’s very dry. I think it would be better if you added softened butter to the dry mixture. It would hold together better & wouldn’t be like sand sprinkled over the blueberries.

    • says

      Did you drizzle the butter over the topping before baking? You have to make sure you do it all over the top. I’ve made this numerous times and it’s never been dry. I suppose as an alternative to drizzling the butter, it could be cut into the topping before sprinkling on.

  2. Nic says

    I would love to try this but I can’t get Xantham Gum here in Germany.
    Any Ideas how to substitude it?

    • says

      It’s only added as a thickener. Any low carb thickening ingredient can be used instead. You could leave it out if you don’t mind a more watery fruit filling.

  3. Eda says

    Do you think xylitol would work?
    And if using sucralose, should I reduce the amount? I feel that it is sweeter than suggar..

    • says

      I actually don’t use artificial sweeteners anymore. Stevia is the best for those who are sensitive to sugar alternatives, but it takes some getting used to by itself. You could use 24 packets of pure stevia or any all natural sugar replacement. Lately, I like using Pyure brand all-purpose sweetener which is an organic mix of stevia and erythritol that is twice as sweet as sugar. In this recipe, 1/2 cup of Pyure all-purpose would be used.

  4. Caitlin says

    I made this tonight. It was AMAZING! I was recently diagnosed with PCOS, so these recipes are what I’ll be eating for the rest of my life. This blueberry cobbler was irresistible. My top seems to have come out a bit more crumbly than yours, but it was still fantastic. Whether served a-la-mode with no sugar added, half fat vanilla ice cream, or just alone (I definitely had two servings, one each way), it was excellent!


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