How To Make the Easiest Gluten-Free Fruit Cobbler — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn

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Fruit cobbler is the kind of homey dessert that can and should be eaten year-round. Whenever you find yourself with peak-season fruit, consider the cobbler. With the right recipe, pulling one together is easy. Here’s what you should expect: A deep-golden biscuit topping with a crisp exterior and cakey center that hovers over a pool of luscious baked fruit.

The challenge in baking a gluten-free cobbler is preserving the inherent ease while baking with gluten-free flours. This recipes does it, though, with a final dessert that rivals its classic counterpart, thanks to a cream biscuit made with cornmeal, oat flour, and easy-to-find rice flour.

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