AIP Pear Cobbler
Or Peach Cobbler...or Apple Cobbler...or Blueberry Cobbler...😀
This versatile recipe is so easy to make and really delicious!
Just pick a fruit, pour on the topping, bake & enjoy!
This Cobbler is a perfect way to use those whole tiger nuts you bought and almost broke a tooth on trying to chew!😁 Now I buy them just to make this batter!
The absolute BEST price per pound I could find on the web (when you get the free shipping) is from Tiger Nuts USA!
A 2.2 lb box is currently 23.99 which equates to only $10.90 per lb!
Because you have to spend a certain amount to qualify for free shipping I usually pick up a box or two of flour (SO versatile!!),
Plus some whole tiger nuts for making this cobbler (They are a GREAT source of fiber that don't upset my sensitive stomach!),
And some sliced tiger nuts because they are so good tossed over a salad or in a trail mix (or straight out of the bag)...
By the way, peeled tiger nuts make a great snack for traveling, they are soft enough to eat like peanuts! Can you tell I like tiger nuts?
(LOL, No, this is NOT a sponsored post! I am writing this of my own free will because...Tiger Nuts🤩😍)
If you still aren't sure whether or not to pick up some tiger nuts, here are some other fun ways to use them!:
Make your own Tiger Nut Butter!
Make Tiger Nut Milk and Flour!
Or try to make cheese and end up with BREAD, lol
Tiger nut flour also makes THE most AMAZING meatloaf binder!!! I WILL have more tiger nut recipes coming in future, including how to make a pimped out burger bake and breakfast porridge with it!!
You can use ANY brand of whole, unpeeled tiger nuts for this recipe, so no worries if you have another brand in your pantry, they will work fine in this cobbler. So let's get to the recipe!!!
If you'd like to see a step-by-step demonstration here's the video!:
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2 1/2 lbs (after coring/seeding) chopped pears, apples, peaches, blueberries or fruit of your choice. I made the one in the video with pears, I did not peel them.
1 tsp Ceylon cinnamon (Why Ceylon?)
1/8 tsp salt (I like Real Salt, or himalayan pink salt)
1/2 tsp Wild Vanilla Powder (I am addicted to this stuff. It's pricey but lasts forever and is so much better than any extract I've tried!)
Zest of 1/2 organic lemon (You need a microplane zester in your life if you don't already have one!)
Optional: 2 T honey or maple syrup
Optional: 1" fresh ginger root, grated
6 oz whole, unpeeled tigernuts (If you prefer to shop on Amazon and only want a small amount THIS bag has enough tiger nuts to make this recipe twice.)
12 oz water (OR coconut milk if you want this to be extra rich and decadent!)
1- 1 1/2 tsp Ceylon cinnamon
1/8 tsp salt
1/2 tsp Wild Vanilla Powder
Optional: 2 T maple syrup or honey
Soak the tigernuts in the water or coconut milk for at least 6-8 hours! You can soak them for up to 48 hours if life gets busy or you don't have a super powerful blender and want them extra softened.
(Do NOT drain, you are going to need the tiger nuts AND the water they were soaked in for this recipe.)
Preheat your oven to 425 degrees F.
Mix all of the filling ingredients together in a large bowl and set aside.
Add all of the topping ingredients to a high speed blender and blend away! Scrape the sides down and blend some more until you have a nice thick batter.
Grease a large rectangular dish like this one with coconut or avocado oil.
Add the filling mix to the dish.
Pour on the topping and use a spatula to spread the topping over all of the fruit while pressing down to make sure the topping gets into all of the cracks and crevices of the fruit.
Sprinkle with extra cinnamon if desired.
Bake, uncovered for 35-40 minutes.
Let cool before slicing (but if you don't and it crumbles it'll still taste delicious 😉)
Oh, and YES, you can FREEZE this and it is perfect when it thaws!!! Feel free to make a giant batch! 😁
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