My gluten-free peach crisp uses fresh, juicy peaches. This summer dessert is bursting with sweet, buttery flavors, and topped with gluten-free oats baked to crispy perfection. Serve this by itself, or try serving it warm with my Smooth and Creamy Dairy-Free Ice Cream Recipe. Either way, it’s delicious. Give this recipe a try today for the best summer treat.
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First, mix up the peach filling. Wash and cut 8-10 peaches and coat with a mixture of brown sugar, vanilla, lemon juice, cinnamon, nutmeg, and cornstarch.
Next, mix up the oat crumble topping. Melt the butter and combine it with vanilla in a large mixing bowl. Add the gluten-free oats, gluten-free oat flour, salt, xanthan gum, sugar, baking powder, and lemon zest, and mix well.
Layer the peach filling in a greased 9×13 baking dish. Distribute the gluten-free oat topping evenly over the peach filling. Bake at 375 degrees Fahrenheit for 35-40 minutes until the topping is browned and the peaches start to bubble.
Note: This recipe is also egg-free, nut-free, and soy-free.
If you love this recipe try my Dairy-Free Key Lime Pie.
Many wonder what makes a crisp, versus a crumble versus a cobbler? Let’s clarify.
A crisp is a fruit dessert with a crispy topping made by combining oats, flour, butter sugar, and sometimes nuts.
A crumble is similar to a crisp but usually does not contain oats. These 2 terms are commonly used interchangeably.
A cobbler is a fruit dessert baked with a biscuit-style topping.
Yes, you can use fresh, frozen, or canned peaches in this recipe. I prefer using fresh peaches in the summer months because they are so sweet and juicy. This gluten-free peach crisp can be made in the winter months using canned or frozen peaches when fresh peaches are not in season.
No. It’s really a matter of preference. I have tried this recipe with and without the peach skins. The skin becomes soft and tender as it bakes.
I hope you enjoy this delicious summer recipe. Leave me a comment and let me know when you make it and how it turns out. I love to hear from you.
Blessings, Laura xo
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