Pumpkin Cobbler

Pumpkin Granola Scones

vegan  // gluten-free 

Looking for a Pumpkin dessert this month? This Pumpkin Cobbler recipe with Caramel Sauce is decadent, sweet and spicy. Top the pumpkin cobbler with dairy-free ice cream and a small dollop of dairy-free whipped cream, and it is the perfect cake for fall.

There's no better way to finish off your dinner in the fall than with a tasty pumpkin dessert. For many, this means pumpkin pie-- but if you're looking for a little more crunch and texture, then this easy pumpkin cobbler recipe is for you. Not only are you going to love the taste, but you're also going to love how quickly this pumpkin cobbler recipe comes together with just a few ingredients. Other recipe variations may include cinnamon, rolled oats, or granulated sugar to add to your cobbler recipe. 

A Delicious & Easy Pumpkin Cobbler Recipe 

Ingredients
Pumpkin cobbler:
● 1 1/2 cups gluten-free flour
● 4 tsp baking powder
● 3/4 tsp salt
● 1 3/4 cup coconut sugar
● 1 tsp clove
● 1 tbsp pumpkin pie spice
● 1 -15oz can pumpkin puree
● 1/2 cup almond milk
● 1/2 cup coconut oil
● 1 tbsp vanilla extract
● 1 tbsp bourbon (optional)
● 1 1/2 cup hot water

 Cobbler topping:
 ● 2 cup coconut sugar
● 1 1/2 cup pecans, chopped
● Salted Caramel Sauce (we used Rachael DeVaux of Rachaelsgooeats.com)
● 1/2 cup almond butter
● 1/4 cup coconut oil
● 1 tsp vanilla extract
● 1/2 cup maple syrup
● pinch of sea salt
● optional: Dairy-Free Vanilla Ice Cream like So Delicious Coconut Milk Frozen Dessert


Directions

1. Start by making your caramel sauce using the instructions in the recipe from Rachael DeVaux. Once cooled, you can pour into an air-tight container and store in the refrigerator.

2. Preheat oven to 350 degrees and spray a 9 x 13 pan with non-stick spray.

3. In a large mixing bowl, combine flour, sugar, spices and baking powder.

4. In a separate bowl, combine pumpkin puree, milk, vanilla, vegetable oil and bourbon. Spoon into the dry ingredients and beat to combine.

5. Pour the pumpkin mixture into prepared pan and smooth even.

6. In a small bowl, combine the brown sugar and pecans and then spread over entire pan of batter.

7. Pour hot water over the entire pan and bake for 55-60 minutes.

8. Remove from oven and let cool 15 minutes.

9. Poke small holes into the pumpkin cobbler and lightly pour Bourbon Salted Caramel Sauce over entire pan. Optional: Serve with dairy-free ice cream and dairy-free whipped cream.

Like this recipe? Explore other Purely Elizabeth pumpkin desserts & treat favorites: 
Pumpkin Roll
Pumpkin Granola Scones
Pumpkin Smoothie

Pumpkin Cinnamon Ancient Grain Granola
Pumpkin Cinnamon Ancient Grain Granola
Pumpkin Granola | nutritional-facts
Pumpkin Cinnamon Ancient Grain Granola
Pumpkin Cinnamon Ancient Grain Granola
Pumpkin Granola | nutritional-facts

Pumpkin Cinnamon Ancient Grain Granola

$6.99

Our Pumpkin Cinnamon Ancient Grain Granola combines pumpkin seeds and cinnamon with ancient grains and superfood seeds for a fall-festive flavor that tastes delicious year-round. Sweetened with coconut sugar and baked with coconut oil, these salty-sweet clusters have a crunchy texture and irresistible taste. 

With our pumpkin seed granola, there’s no recipe needed— making this a fuss-free and ready-to-eat breakfast or snack for those busy mornings. This pumpkin granola is so versatile and can be added to any breakfast. Pour the pumpkin granola into a large bowl and mix it with your favorite greek yogurt. Top it off with your favorite dried fruit, almond butter, or adding a drizzle of honey. You can skip the yogurt altogether and replace it with milk or add it to your oatmeal. Whether you choose to eat it with almond milk, greek yogurt, on top of a smoothie, or plain jane— straight out of the bag, you’re going to love this pumpkin seed granola!

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