This strawberry passion fruit cobbler is rich, decadent, and so satisfying. Plus, it is completely paleo and gluten free friendly making it the perfect sweet delight. This recipe is sure to please any traditionalist who wants to indulge in a classic dessert without the guilt or stomach aches!
This Strawberry Passion Fruit Cobbler is one of my absolute favorite recipes to add passion fruit to. It's perfect for a nice warm summer day, to eat outside in the yard or patio, and enjoy some sun. Served hot is best, but it can be eaten at room temperature too. You can even serve it during breakfast or brunch!
This cobbler recipe is extremely easy to make and smells so gooood! It definitely packs a lot of amazing flavors in every bite.
I absolutely love her version! My son, however, is not a fan of blackberries so we decided to give the recipe a nice twist with some of our favorites and use what we had on hand.
- Preparation time: 15 minutes
- Cooking time: 35 minutes
- Total: 50 minutes
- Almond flour
- Tapioca flour
- Baking powder
- Avocado oil
- Non-dairy milk
- Vanilla extract
- Coconut sugar
- Fresh strawberries
- Passion fruit
- Honey or maple syrup
- Ice cream (optional)
How to make strawberry passion fruit cobbler
- Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F.
- Grease a round 8-inch baking dish with avocado oil.
- In a mixing bowl, combine and stir in the strawberries, passion fruit flesh, honey, and 1 teaspoon of tapioca flour.
- Pour the fruit mixture into the baking dish.
- IIn a mixing bowl, add almond flour, the rest of the tapioca flour, baking powder, avocado oil, non-dairy milk, vanilla, and 1 tablespoon of coconut sugar. Mix until smooth and then transfer into the baking dish over the fruit mix.
- Sprinkle 1 tablespoon coconut sugar over the cobbler and bake for about 30 minutes.
- Serve in bowls with a scoop of vanilla ice cream! Enjoy!
How to prepare the strawberries and passion fruit
It's easy to prep the fruit for this dessert. Simply start by slicing the strawberries and passion fruit. Place them in a bowl with the honey and a little tapioca flour. This is used as a thickener so it won't be too juicy. Another tip is to only use fresh fruit. If you use frozen strawberries, they will release too much juice and your cobbler will be mushy.
How to top the cobbler
While a fresh scoop of vanilla ice cream is classic and delicious, there are other options as well.
You can try different flavors of ice cream like chocolate, strawberry, or a sorbet like peach, lime, or mango.
For a little added crunch, try adding some sliced or chopped nuts. Sliced almonds and chopped pecans are wonderful additions.
Fresh soft herbs will really boost the flavor as well. Try basil, lavender, mint, thyme, lemon balm, or even tarragon.
Tips For Success
Making a cobbler is very easy and only requires a few ingredients. This recipe is gluten-free, vegan, and paleo! You can substitute some of the ingredients depending on what you have in the pantry or if you just want to try something different. Here are some ideas:
- Coconut oil is a great substitute for avocado oil.
- Any fresh fruit combinations you like work perfectly with this cobbler. You can try blueberries, raspberries, and strawberries for a mixed berry. Peaches and raspberries, peaches and mango, peaches and strawberries, and passion fruit and raspberries are some other delicious combinations.
- Diary-free ice cream can be found in any supermarket and is a great option if you're sticking to a vegan diet. Check to see what type of sugar is included if you're paleo as well. Refined cane sugar is not approved for paleo diets.
- Use date sugar instead of coconut sugar if you can't find it or are out. It works great as well!
If you aren't able to eat a whole cobbler, no worries! You can easily store it.
- Wrap the cobbler in plastic wrap or in a zip-top bag and put it in the fridge for up to 3 days.
- You can also make an extra one and keep it wrapped in plastic wrap and in a freezer bag in the freezer for up to 3 months. Be sure to label it with what it is and the date so you know exactly what's in there when you go to take it out later.
- Mixing bowl
- Baking dish
Can you eat passion fruit seeds?
Yes, it’s okay to eat the seeds, as it gives a crunchy texture, although not everybody may like it. It can be removed in this case by just passing the flesh through a sieve and pressing with a spoon.
Can you substitute the passion fruit?
Of course! Don't like passion fruit? Don't use it! You can add extra strawberry or make substitutes and add your favorite fruits. Peach mango, anyone? Go with what you love!
There are so many ways you can go with this recipe. You can even try the original recipe that inspired it!
What do you eat with fruit cobbler?
I love it accompanied by a scoop of vanilla ice cream which creates an explosion of flavor and enhances the cobbler's textures and the sweetness of the strawberry. The passion fruit brings tartness and balance to this delicious and satisfying dish. It's a great combination!
This nutrition card is calculated by a third party app and is only an estimate. The numbers will vary based on the specific ingredient amounts and brands you use in making this recipe.
4 servings per container
Serving Size1 serving
- Amount Per Serving% Daily Value *
- Total Fat
- Saturated Fat 1.4g 7%
- Cholesterol 1mg 1%
- Sodium 10mg 1%
- Amount Per Serving% Daily Value *
- Potassium 412mg 12%
- Total Carbohydrate
- Dietary Fiber 2g 8%
- Sugars 26g
- Protein 1g 2%
* The % Daily Value tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.
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