Make this homemade keto peach cobbler and enjoy a sweet and juicy classic recipe. With plump peaches and a crunchy topping, this is the perfect gluten-free dessert!
💛 Why you'll love it
This keto peach cobbler is the ideal summertime dessert. If you live somewhere where you can buy fresh peaches, grab some! They will make all the difference.
I love keto cobbler recipes. The sweet and juicy fruit topped with a crispy topping reminds me of cookouts from my childhood.
There are so many different types of fruit you can use - blueberries, apples, and peaches are my favorites.
I like to snack on a few fresh peach slices while I bake this recipe. They are as sweet as candy, so they make the perfect treat.
You'll love how easy this keto peach cobbler recipe is. Beginning and experienced cooks alike will enjoy making this easy recipe.
There are just a few simple ingredients in this keto peach cobbler recipe. Remember, the fresher the ingredients, the better the dessert will taste.
You will need some confectioner's sugar substitute to sweeten the peaches. Even though peaches are sweet enough on their own, the powdered sugar substitute will help create a sweet and sticky sauce.
You only need about two fresh peaches that are peeled and sliced.
Use almond flour for the keto biscuit topping, not almond meal. If you use almond meal, the keto cobbler will have a grainy texture.
This is a very important ingredient because it creates a chemical reaction in the biscuit topping. As a result, it makes the almond flour mixture lighter and less dense.
I love the smell of the keto cobbler baking when I add cinnamon. It's the perfect spice for keto cobbler recipes.
Pure vanilla extract adds the perfect balance of depth and flavor to the topping.
If you want to enhance all the flavors, I suggest using salted butter.
Please note: Check out the recipe card at the bottom for a full list of ingredients used to make this low-carb recipe.
- Use parchment paper. Place a sheet of parchment paper in the bottom of the baking dish to make clean-up easier (and prevent the peaches from sticking).
- Bake in individual ramekins. If you are preparing desserts for a party, bake the keto peach cobbler inside of individual ramekins.
- Add nutmeg. For a bolder flavor, add a dash of nutmeg to the topping.
Making keto peach cobbler is pretty simple. All the exact instructions are in the printable recipe card at the bottom of this post, but first, I have some more tips.
Place peaches in the baking dish
First, peel and slice the peaches and layer them in the bottom of a greased baking dish. Then, sprinkle an even amount of powdered sweetener over all of the peaches.
Layer cobbler topping
Next, mix together the ingredients for the low-carb peach cobbler topping.
Spread these ingredients in a baking dish over the peaches. Make sure you completely cover all of them with the crumbly topping.
Bake the keto peach cobbler
Finally, bake the keto peach cobbler until it is golden brown. You'll know it is ready when you smell it!
🍽️ Serving suggestions
This keto peach cobbler will feed a group of people, so I like to take it to cookouts or family dinners.
Or serve it with some keto ice cream. Try a scoop of low-carb vanilla ice cream made from unsweetened almond milk.
Of course, keto peach cobbler also tastes amazing with an ice-cold strawberry smoothie too!
There are a lot of different ways to make this scrumptious keto peach cobbler.
- Adding xanthan gum will make the peach layer thicker and more sauce-like.
- You can also use frozen peaches instead of fresh. Just thaw them first and remove some of the excess water.
- Adding fresh lemon juice to this peach cobbler recipe will enhance the bright flavors in the peach slices.
- Instead of a powdered sugar substitute, you can use either a brown sugar substitute or monk fruit sweetener. They will change the texture of the peach layer, but not in a bad way.
- Taste the cobbler and add or take away any ingredients that you want. You can even slice the peaches thinner to get them to cook faster.
Here are some questions people often ask about how to make keto peach cobbler. If you don't see your question in this list, please leave it in the comments.
Both baking powder and baking soda are leavening agents. Baking powder is weaker, so you will have to use three times as much baking powder as baking soda.
Both are popular types of flour on the keto diet; however, coconut flour soaks up more moisture than almond flour does.
If you want to make this with coconut flour, I suggest adding some unsweetened almond milk or another type of wet ingredient to the topping mixture.
No, canned peaches are not typically keto-friendly. They are usually coated in some kind of syrup. Always read the ingredients and nutrition label before using any ingredient in your keto dessert recipes.
📚 Related recipes
If you enjoyed this keto peach cobbler, here are some more keto dessert recipes and low-carb fruit desserts you should make next. They are some of my go-to's!
- Blueberry Cheesecake Bars have an incredible crumb cake topping, and it makes a perfect breakfast bar.
- Lazy Berry Cheesecake Salad is another delicious summertime dessert filled with fresh fruit.
- Easy Keto Apple Crisp only has 3 grams net carbs and tastes just like an apple pie.
- Strawberry Rhubarb Crisp is both keto and paleo and you can make it with ingredients from your garden.
- Healthy Gluten-Free Blueberry Crisp is another fruity dessert you can make in a casserole dish.
Keto Peach Cobbler
- Preheat the oven to 325°F.
- Add the sliced peaches to the bottom of a well greased 1.5 quart baking dish, and sprinkle with 2 tablespoons of the sweetener. Stir to combine.
- In a mixing bowl, blend together the remaining ingredients, and layer over the peaches in the baking dish.
- Bake for 30 minutes.
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