It's nice to have a few flexible recipes in your baking arsenal. Ones that can swap over from gluten-full to gluten-free with ease. This Almond Flour Berry Cobbler recipe is one of those.

In fact, everything about this cobbler is ultra easy. From assembly, to baking, to eating, it's all smooth sailing. And you know, it's summertime. Shouldn't everything come easy when the weather is this fine?!

Almond flour is one of my favorite new products. Milled from whole almonds, our fine-textured almond flour is full of protein, fiber, and good fats. It's also certified gluten free, which makes it a perfect flour to use for this summery cobbler. It has a subtle almond flavor, which makes it great for use in sweet or savory baking.

Almond flour can be blended with either King Arthur Unbleached All-Purpose Flour or King Arthur Gluten-Free Multi-Purpose Flour to make the cobbler's topping. Read on to find out how to swap them out with ease!

How to make Almond Flour Berry Cobbler via @kingarthurflour

Preheat the oven to 375°F. Butter or grease a 2-quart casserole dish or 9" square baking pan

How to make Almond Flour Berry Cobbler via @kingarthurflour

Place 6 cups of mixed berries (strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, blackberries...) in a large bowl. You can use fresh or frozen for this recipe.

In a smaller bowl whisk together:

1/2 cup sugar
2 tablespoons Instant ClearJel
1/4 teaspoon cinnamon
1/4 teaspoon nutmeg
zest (grated rind) of 1 lemon
pinch of salt

How to make Almond Flour Berry Cobbler via @kingarthurflour

Pour the dry mixture and 2 tablespoons of lemon juice over the berries and stir to combine.

Transfer the fruit to the prepared baking dish.

How to make Almond Flour Berry Cobbler via @kingarthurflour

Whisk together:

1 cup King Arthur Unbleached All-Purpose Flour
3/4 cup almond flour
1/2 cup sugar
1 teaspoon baking powder
1/2 teaspoon salt

Using a pastry blender, cut in 6 tablespoons of cold, sliced unsalted butter. Cut it in until it resembles coarsely ground cornmeal.

Whisk together:

1 egg
1/2 cup heavy cream
1 teaspoon almond extract

Pour into the flour mixture and stir quickly and gently to combine. It will have a soft, wet consistency.

How to make Almond Flour Berry Cobbler via @kingarthurflour

Scoop or spoon the dough over the fruit in the baking dish.

How to make Almond Flour Berry Cobbler via @kingarthurflourSpace the balls of dough fairly far apart; they'll expand.

Almond Flour Berry Cobbler via @kingarthurflourBake for about 60 minutes. You'll want to see the berries bubbling all the way to the middle of the dish, and the dough should look baked all the way through.

Remove from the oven and serve this cobbler warm. We like it with a huge scoop of vanilla ice cream, but whipped cream would be a great option as well!

Changing this recipe to gluten-free is ultra easy.

1) Substitute 3/4 cup King Arthur Gluten-Free Multi-Purpose Flour for the King Arthur Unbleached All-Purpose Flour in the topping.

Why 1/4 cup less? Our gluten-free flour weighs more. One cup weighs 5 3/8 ounces, compared to the 4 1/4 our all-purpose weighs. Taking out the 1/4 cup brings it down to just over 4 ounces, which will keep your cakes from being dry.

2) While Instant ClearJel's ingredients does not contain gluten, it is packaged in a facility where gluten is present. It can be replaced by 3 tablespoons of gluten-free cornstarch.

Almond Flour Berry Cobbler via @kingarthurflour

That's it. Just those two simple swaps make this dessert one that you can enjoy with your gluten-free friends and family. You won't even notice a difference in taste or appearance, which makes this a perfect summer dessert!

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About Gwen Adams

Gwen Adams grew up in northern New Hampshire, on top of a mountain, surrounded by nature and not much else. After graduating from Lyndon State College in 2010, Gwen sought a career that combined her passion for writing with her love of baking. She found it at King Arthur Flour, where she currently happily spends her work hours on our magazine, Sift, as well as blogging, creating recipes, social media, and marketing.