Triple Berry Cobbler – sugar and gluten free, with egg and grain free options

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This Berry Cobbler is gluten, sugar, and dairy-free with egg-free option. A great one dish dessert! Other fruits, or even rhubarb would be great options as well!

I love making healthier versions of comfort foods like Low Carb Shepherd's Pie, Chocolate Truffles, Hamburger Helper, Raw Chocolate Brownies, and Chocolate Pudding. Today, we have a healthy cobbler recipe courtesy of Megan from Allergy-Free Alaska.

Thank you, Adrienne, for inviting me to share one of my recipes with your readers! I'm honored to “be here!”

Although I've been gluten and refined sugar free now for several years (among other things), becoming completely sugar free is somewhat of a new adventure for me.

Based on some recent blood test results, my naturopathic physician, Dr. Amy Chadwick of Soaring Crane Clinic in Palmer, Alaska, discovered my cells aren't processing sugar correctly. Instead of turning the sugar into energy, my cells turn it into either fat or protein.

I was surprised by the news, but after being completely sugar-free for 3 weeks now I've lost nearly 5 pounds, which I find absolutely incredible! Especially since over the last several month I've been trying to lose a few pounds and haven't had any success.

My weight just wouldn't budge.

However, now I've also noticed an increase of energy, and my endless black hole of an appetite has subsided. I can control my hunger now and it is much easier for me to recognize when I'm full.

There were lots of other fascinating things I found out from that one blood test (the Biology of Functions test), and I'm hoping within the next few weeks my doctor will be able to write a guest post for me on Allergy-Free Alaska explaining it all (with my full permission to disclose my medical information).

But onto the main point of this post, the cobbler:

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I'm an absolute sucker for desserts, or sweets of any kind really.

Some of my favorite refined sugar free recipes are my Guilt-Free Pecan Pie Cookies (Paleo & vegan), Orange Creamsicle Popsicles (Paleo & GAPS friendly), Sugar-Free Chocolate Macaroons (grain free), and one of my absolute favorites – Liquid Gold a.k.a. Dairy Free Caramel Sauce (Paleo & vegan).

The caramel sauce will turn any dessert into an incredible one, but it's also amazing in coffee (you can thank me later)! (From Adrienne-I am going to try this in my Rich and Nutritious Coffee Substitute :)!)

This Sugar-Free Triple Berry Cobbler is a family favorite, making it the perfect dessert to bring along on a picnic, to make ahead of time for a camping trip, or to enjoy just because. Whatever your reasoning, I'm sure you will love it!

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Back to Adrienne here:  I think this cobbler would also taste great with this Whipped Coconut Pudding, on top, or there is a great Dairy-Free Whipped Cream recipe in this cookbook, and I am working on another version to share with you all soon.

From my Alaskan kitchen to yours – I hope you all enjoy this recipe as much as we do (and thanks again, Adrienne)!

All my love,


Back to Adrienne again: I encourage all of you to check out Megan's blog, Allergy-Free Alaska.  She really does a beautiful job with her recipes and I look forward to seeing how this new sugar-free lifestyle might be an added blessing to her health.

What topping would you put on your cobbler? I'm thinking it would be perfect for July 4th!

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  1. Thanks so so much for this recipe. I had no flour or sugar on hand. That’s how fast I go through those ingredients :). So when I stumbled across this recipe I was overjoyed. You can barely tell it’s gluten free. Again, thanks!

  2. This looks amazing!!! Thank you for the recipe. 🙂

  3. Kelsey Ferguson says:

    This looks absolutely delicious! Thank you so much for sharing! I’m printing this recipe out! YUMMY!

  4. Hi. I am a “Celiac” sufferer and would like to subscribe to your blog, but after looking all around your site, I cannot see where to do so . . . . . Can you help me?

    • Gah. I am sooo sorry. I am working on getting an obvious subscribe option this coming week. Envelope in the upper right above the search bar….and the big orange box in the right of the blog :). welcome!

  5. I LOVE Megan’s recipes. This looks amazing. Can’t wait to make!!!

    Thanks for sharing, Adrienne. 🙂


  6. This looks so good! I would like to try it with Saskatoon berries!

  7. This looks so yummy! My hubby is gluten intolerant, so this would be perfect for him. I popped over from The Shabby Creek Cottage–thanks for sharing!

    ~Abby =)

  8. Looks very yummy!!