Blueberry Pecan Cobbler

by Sarah TheHealthyHomeEconomist April 21, 2010

I had some pecan flour in my freezer and came up with this grain free blueberry cobbler to try it out in a baking recipe.    It ended up turning out quite tasty .. even my picky 5 year old liked it!     If you don’t have any raw pecans around to grind into flour for this recipe, almond flour could be easily substituted.

Blueberry Pecan Cobbler

blueberry cobbler1 – 1 1/2 pint fresh blueberries
2 cups finely ground pecan flour (sources)
1/4 cup coconut flour (sources) 
1/2 cup date sugar (sources)
1 cup expeller pressed coconut oil (sources)
1 egg
1 tsp vanilla extract (sources)
1 tsp organic cinnamon (sources)
1/2 tsp organic orange extract (sources)
1/2 tsp organic ground nutmeg (sources)
1/2 tsp baking powder (sources)
1/4 tsp sea salt (sources)

Spread the blueberries in the bottom of a glass baking dish – pick the size based on how deep you prefer your cobbler.    I used a round dish 10″ across.  Mix all ingredients together and pour over the top of the blueberries.  Bake at 350 F/177 C for 40 minutes or until topping is firm, golden brown and filling is bubbling.

* Please be sure to maximize the nutrition in your pecan flour by soaking/drying the raw pecans before grinding into flour.    For every 4 cups of pecans, add 2 tsp of sea salt to the filtered water and soak for 7 hours or overnight before drying at 150F on cookie sheets in your oven.

Sarah, The Healthy Home Economist

 

Comments (8)

  1. Dear Sarah,
    i love to make my own yogurt from organic whole milk and have never tried raw milk or even unhomogeonized milk, but my love of enzymes and dairy is great and i would like to obtain the highest quality and most delicious milk i can and i figure fresh, creamy raw organic milk is the best and i saw on realmilk.com that you know where to get some and we live in the same area so can you please tell me where you buy your raw milk?

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  2. Yay, a low-sugar/grain free dessert. I can do this, and blueberry season will be here before you know it! Thanks!

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  3. Sarah, the Healthy Home Economist April 21, 2010 at 6:55 pm

    If you contact your local Weston A Price Chapter Leader (westonaprice.org) and email him/her, she will send you a list of local sources for you to investigate. I am not able to post any of my direct sources online.

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  4. i live in the brandon area of florida and there are actually a lot of farmers near where i live, however i don't have the menas or qualifications to know which of them are rasing their animals humanely , organically, and on pasture and/or practice mixed, organic farming, so if you know of any of these farmers and can get me their contact info or know of a Weston A. Price Chapter Leader in the brandon area, can you please tell me via a reply to this comment?, thank you.

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  5. Sarah, the Healthy Home Economist April 21, 2010 at 9:58 pm

    There are at least 3 WAPF Chapter Leaders in my local metro area last time I checked. If you go to the local chapters section of westonaprice.org and email the chapter leader closest to where you are, he/she would be happy to send you the list.

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  6. Hi Sarah,
    I was just updating my dirty dozen/clean 15 list and saw that blueberries made the dirty dozen list this year. I don't know why the change, but thought I'd pass on the info.

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  7. Sarah, the Healthy Home Economist May 8, 2010 at 6:35 pm

    Thanks for the heads up about the new dirty dozen list, Daryl. I'm going to be blogging about this and EWG this week (May 10, 2010)

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