Paleo GF Peach Dump Cake
Get ready for loads of taste and flavor with this Paleo GF Peach Dump Cake! Serve hot with creamy yogurt and honey!
Gluten Free Dump Cake
Take about a delicious gluten free dump cake. Well, here you have it. Developed in collaboration with Bobby from FlavCity, you’ve got to watch the YouTube video of Rose (who’s a whopping 2 1/2 years old!) making it.
Fresh Peach Dump Cake
You can certainly use fresh peaches to make this dump cake. But, when fresh peaches are out of season, then frozen peaches are a great alternative.
Easy Dump Cakes
Dump cakes are the easiest! I mean, you basically do what it says. You dump! And, typically dump cakes are made with dry cake mixes, but since Bobby of FlavCity and I were making it, we wanted to challenge ourselves and make it gluten free and paleo!
Dump Cake with Frozen Peaches
Frozen peaches are the bomb! Really! Having worked for years for Dole Packaged Foods, I know that their frozen peaches are harvested at the peak of ripeness then processed.
Frozen peaches are typically uniformly cut slices. And, they’re juicy and fresh tasting.
Easy Peach Dump Cake
Using a cake mix takes a few steps out of the process, like gathering the ingredients. But, once you see the dry mix for this cake, you’ll realize you’re probably spending maybe an extra 5-7 minutes of preparation. Not too bad for a paleo gluten free peach dump cake.
Gluten Free Peach Dessert
Now this peach dessert isn’t intended to be a ‘pretty’ cake. I call it a pretty mess. It’s akin to an Eton Mess! Absolutely delicious. And, you want to serve warm. Yes, it doesn’t have to cool but for a few minutes, then you scoop it into bowls with your toppings.
Gluten Free Peach Dump Cake
And, the toppings we chose for our servings was plain Greek yogurt. And, we used goat milk yogurt. It was surprisingly tart and refreshing and paired well with the sweetness of the peach dump cake!
Gluten-Free Peach Cobbler
Making this dump cake, which is very similar to a cobbler, gluten-free makes it available to all those folks who prefer GF! And, if you want to substitute almond flour for the GF flour, we think it would work nicely.
However, if you’d like to have more dump cake options that aren’t GF paleo, then here are a couple of options. Pineapple Coconut Buttermilk Dump Cake and Mandarin Pineapple Dump Cake
Paleo GF Peach Dump Cake
This easy paleo GF peach dump cake can be modified slightly in preparation. Some ideas:
- Mix the walnuts with the dry mixture. Add the ghee and blend. Spread on top.
- For a more cake-like batter topping, add a cup of coconut milk to the dry mixture and blend well.
- Add an extra bag of frozen peaches for more peachy!
- Add one cup of coconut milk to your peaches. You’ll have more creamy.
Paleo GF Peach Dump Cake
- Preheat oven to 375 first 40 minutes then 400 for 10 minutes
- 3 (10 oz.) bags frozen organic peaches
- 2 tsp. cinnamon
- 1 tsp. nutmeg
- 1 tsp. cloves
- 1 tsp. ground ginger
- 1 1/2 tsp. allspice
- 1/2 tsp. sea salt
- 3/4 cup coconut sugar, divided
- 2 1/2 cups GF Paleo baking flour
- 2 tsp. baking powder
- 1 tsp. baking soda
- 1 cup shredded coconut, UNsweetened
- 1 1/2 cups walnuts, chopped/crushed
- 15 oz. ghee, melted, divided
- Organic Greek Plain Yogurt
- Wildflower honey, warm
- Put three tablespoons of ghee in the baking dish. Add the peaches.
- Mix the spices, cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, allspice, ginger, and salt. Add half the coconut sugar. Put half of the spice mixture and sugar on the peaches and mix well. Reserve the rest of the spice mixture/sugar for the dry cake mix.
- In a large bowl, combine the baking flour, baking powder, baking soda, remaining spice mixture, coconut sugar and shredded coconut. Put on top of the peaches and spread out. Add the walnuts to the top and spread out.
- Drizzle on the remaining ghee using a fork to gently work into the dry mixture.
- Bake in a preheated 375 oven for 40 minutes. Turn heat to 400 and bake another 10 minutes.
- Remove and let the mixture cool somewhat.
- Serve scoops of the dump cake with a big dollop of yogurt and warm honey.
1. Three bags of peaches works, but if you want to make it 'peachier' then add a fourth bag!
Thank you for the recipe! Can almond flour be substituted?
Hi, LuAnn! Yes, it’s a yummy recipe! I’ve not tried it w/almond flour, but I’m thinking all would be fine. Please let me know. You’re my tester! Thanks for swing by, luv! xoxx ally
What size baking dish did you use? Love your recipes!
Hi, Kathy! It’s an 8 x 10.5″ baking dish! Thanks so very much and I love having you here! xoxx ~ally
I want to make this for friends, but they would prefer it not to be GF …so can I replaced with one to one ratio for all purpose flour and sugar?
Hi, Shay, that actually was GF flour we used, Bob’s Red Mill 1-to-1 GF baking flour! So, yes! Thanks for stopping by! Don’t be a stranger! xoxx ~ally
Hi. I have some organic frozen blueberries I’d like to use instead of peaches. How many cups of blueberries would you recommend?
Thanks for publishing this and I really enjoyed watching all the videos / posts with Bobby and Rose during Christmas!
Hi, Colleen! Blueberries would be great. I’d use about 3 packages (are they 10 oz. each?) of blueberries. They’ll cook down and the juices will be delicious! Thanks for being w/us during Christmas. We had so much fun with Bobby, Dessi and Rose. They’re truly our family! Hugs xoxx ~ally
I wanted to try this with apples. how many do you think I need and which variety? Green? Loved watching you guys over Christmas. You’re house is beautiful!
Hi, luv! Thank you! Yes, we had quite the large time over the Christmas holidays! Bobby/Dessi/Rose are our ‘chosen’ family. Apples would be great. You could do Granny Smith. I’d dice them into bite size pieces, I believe. Easier to eat. Honeycrisp would be good. If you could find the ‘Rave’ apple…oh, that’s one of my favorites. A new variety. Just think apples that are crispy, crunchy, juicy! xoxx ally
This looks delicious! Is there a substitute for ghee?
Yes, Sara, you can use yummy butter!🥰
Love watching FlavCity on YouTube! In the video, it looked like you added unsweetened shredded coconut? It’s not in the ingredients list. How much did you use?
Thank you so much and Happy New Year!
Tammy! Yes, it was! Thanks for letting me know luv. You’re a great editor! Hugs and thank you so much for your support!🥰🥰🥰
Ally you added some shredded unsweetened coconut on the video with Rosie, how much did you use please.
Debra! Thank you soooooo much for those sharp eyes. I need an editor! I’ve made that edit. Please let me know if it makes sense. Hope you enjoy. Best to eat right out of the oven with your fave topping. We loved the yogurt/warm honey. However, creamy fraiche, ice cream or anything creamy that you love will work! xoxx Ally