|My mood has been more on the funkalicious side lately. I have information overload going on, I think drama has only made it worse and my overactive imagination does not seem to want to move to the sunnier side of imagery (what's up with that?). So, I decided to make up my own sunny side with a gluten free (low sugar) peach cobbler. I doubled the batch this time around cause more is better in this scenario, not the funk scenario!
Seriously, this has everything for your senses! The smell is undeniably sweet, summery and bright! The texture is gooey, cakey and crunchy.
You know the best thing that goes with all of that...you know, to make it even better...
frozen dairy free soft serve ice cream (I added vanilla bean to it this time, unbelievable fresh flavor)!
Seriously, how can you not be happy after that. Now, I'm not saying to drown your sorrows in dessert, I'm saying I drowned mine in this tasty piece of peachy goodness!
Dairy Free/Gluten Free Peach Cobbler
2 cups white rice flour
2 cups almond milk
2/3 cup sugar
30 drops NuNaturals vanilla stevia (or an extra TBSP of sugar + some vanilla)
2 TBSP baking powder
pinch of salt
2 15 oz. can peaches halves with the light juice
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. for 40-45 minutes
Soak the white rice flour with the almond milk. (I did 4 ½ hours but I would imagine you could do this as long or as you like). Next add the sugar, stevia, baking powder and salt. Pour the batter into a 13x9 pan that has been sprayed with cooking spray. Slice peaches to the size you like. Add the peaches and the juice to the top of the batter. Swirl the juices in just a little bit. Bake for 40 to 45 minutes. Serve warm with a scoop of your favorite frozen vanilla treat.
I'm sharing this on Simply Sugar and Gluten Free's Slightly Indulgent Tuesday.
***This month is Celiac Awareness Month. You all know by now that my husband, my grandmother and my sister-in-law all live with this. There is a gluten free labeling summit occurring in Washington tomorrow. We need signatures on the petition to help them realize the number of people that need stricter labeling laws. Could you please take a minute and sign the petition? Thank you for all your support!
Labels: cakes, gluten free, ice cream/pudding