If you look at most desserts, gluten and dairy are part of almost all of them. For your friends and family that may have food restrictions, this can feel a little isolating – I’ve seen it happen to Jules and our daughters countless times. And while they’re always positive and good sports about it, it’s made me double my efforts to ensure that when I cook for them, they won’t miss out on a thing.
Cobbler was always a favorite dessert for Jules, and is the inspiration for this dish. It’s essentially a blueberry cobbler, but a grain/gluten/dairy free crumble instead of a crust. The flavors are dynamite – the tart berries, the fattiness of the pancetta, the sweetness of honey and warming effect of the sage. It really is something special that anyone can eat without feeling like something is missing.
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Paired with a scoop (or two) of dairy free vanilla ice cream, this is a great fall dessert you can bring to any gathering, while the final round of blueberries is still coming off the bushes.
I made this for my community group and, my oh my, it was sooooo good! Everyone loved it! The flavors were just wonderful, and served warm was perfect on a cozy fall night. Thank you for sharing this recipe and your talents! Will definitely be making this again, and probably often.
Looks great! Are we allowed to make requests? If yes, I’d love more colder weather breakfast ideas I can add to the rotation along with your turkey hash. So many warm breakfast ideas include eggs and I would love to see more ideas from your family
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