Summer Fruits Breakfast Cobbler

A delicious recipe which uses fresh berries and a cobbler topping to create a fruity and filling breakfast and even dessert recipe which is great to serve a group of people.
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This is sooo good… fruits and carbs, for breakfast? I’m so there already.

I’ve made a few baked apple crumbles and pies along the way but this one is slightly different and maybe even slightly better? It would be tough to choose a favourite if I had to as they’re all similar but different, if you get me? I’ve recently gotten into semolina, its never ever been something I’ve eaten or bought before which might seem strange but its becoming my new thing as it so versatile and can be used for breakfast, savoury meals and sweet puddings. I mentioned Semolina to a friend and they instantly thought of eating Semolina pudding as a child which isn’t something I’ve ever tried or made but I am going to now that I have bought a big bag of the stuff! I’ve also been using it to sprinkle onto baked sweet-potato fries, fried Seitan and basically anything I want to add a little crunchy coating too as it works perfectly and really does add that needed crunch which is often missing. So far my other uses have also been various types of savoury and sweet Polenta which has included coconut and orange Polenta and Savoury Goats Cheese Polenta topped with steamed kale and sun-dried tomatoes…delish!

So it seems Semolina is versatile and also pretty cheap to buy and can go a long way for example 50g Semolina whisked up and heated with 500ml stock to create some Polenta made me two very large blocks of Polenta which could definitely serve 4 people as a side. This dish though uses 2tbsp semolina with oat flour to create a very yummy cobbler topping for baked fruits. Here I opted to mix it up a bit from my usual apple dishes and instead used frozen mixed berries which I knew would be good, but I would say if you’re using berries they can often be a little tart so maybe add extra coconut sugar if you prefer things a little sweeter or do what I did and drizzle with a little honey when serving.

This dish could be eaten for breakfast (as I did) or would equally be good for dessert. I personally thought this was too good to share so therefore I had two larger servings for breakfast and re-heated it the following day which was just as good and as I mentioned above I added a drizzle of honey for extra sweetness and served it warm alongside some Greek Yog (my favourite combination). I think this could be good with a variety of different fruits including berries (tested), diced apples, pears, cherries etc. but just adjust the sugar depending on the fruit you choose to use.

How To:

It is pretty easy and simple to make and requires processing oats into a flour, dicing fruit add adding to the bottom of a baking dish along with the flour and sugar, combing all the cobbler ingredients to make a dough and spreading this on top of your fruits. I would recommend spreading the cobbler mixture evenly and not too thick and if you have leftover mixture then use this to make cookies by simply shaping into cookie shapes and baking for 15-20 minutes until browned. If you wanted to serve this to a number of people for either breakfast or as a desert then I would recommend doubling the recipe and using a larger baking dish to make sure all the fruits and cobbler topping are spread evenly in a single layer, and then you could sprinkle the top with a little extra coconut sugar.

This will take approximately an hour from start to finish as it can take up to 40 minutes to cook but you will see the topping brown and crisp up nicely, once you see this, turn off the heat and either let it sit in the oven for half an hour or so whilst you’re having dinner and then it will still be warm to serve for desert or remove from the oven completely and let cool slightly but serve warm.

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Summer Fruits Breakfast Cobbler
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Recipe type: vegan
Cuisine: breakfast, dessert
Serves: Serves 2 - 3
  • 1 cup fresh or frozen fruit (mixture of berries or diced apple)
  • 2 tbsp oat flour
  • 1 tbsp coconut sugar

  • Cobbler:
  • 2 tbsp semolina
  • ½ cup oat flour
  • ½ tsp baking powder
  • Pinch fine sea salt salt
  • 1 tbsp coconut sugar
  • 1 tbsp coconut oil, melted
  • ¼ cup almond milk
  1. Pre-heat oven to 350F/180C/Gas 4.
  2. Combine the fruit, flour and sugar in a baking dish and set aside.
  3. Make the cobbler by combining semolina, flour, baking powder, salt and sugar in one bowl.
  4. In a separate bowl combine the milk and coconut oil and then add to the dry mixture.
  5. Spread this on top of your fruit evenly with a spatula ensuring all fruit is covered. Sprinkle with a little extra coconut sugar.
  6. Bake in the oven for 30 - 40 minutes, checking for browness.
  7. Remove from the oven and let sit to cool slightly, serve warm with your choice of yogurt.

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