When summertime rolls around, there is no better dessert than a good peach cobbler.
You get a wonderfully fresh peach filling with a deliciously sweet biscuit top. It is the ultimate crowd pleaser that will be the star of any buffet table it is on.
Just like any good dessert, you can make peach cobbler completely vegan and dairy-free.
Never let your dietary restriction stop you from enjoying this summer’s comfort food.
Below we have 15 of the best vegan peach cobbler recipes out there, so you can have a new recipe to try every month for over a year.
This recipe provides a wonderfully sweet dough that pairs perfectly with the peaches which have been spiced with cinnamon.
You can make this recipe year-round with fresh peaches or canned ones.
By using 3 sources of sugar (white sugar, brown sugar, and maple syrup), this recipe is able to satiate any sweet cravings you may have.
It also uses vanilla plant-based milk for that extra hint of flavor.
Ready in only 45 minutes, this dish is best served warm and can feed the whole family.
Possibly the most unique peach cobbler on our list, but definitely one to try.
This recipe uses blueberries and brown butter to create a dessert like no other.
Instead of dough, this recipe uses a batter base with the peaches being scooped on top of it. This method makes the biscuit incredibly moist.
This twist makes it almost a cross between a cobbler and a cake. The brown butter gives it a caramel taste with a sticky top.
This sticky texture works well with the fluffy inside of the cobbler.
It is the perfect blend between sugar and spice and uses unique ingredients like coconut sugar and rolled oats (Check out How To Cook Steel Cut Oats) for a flavor experience like no other.
This recipe works best with ripe peaches, the firmer the better.
This is because soft peaches will disintegrate while cooking and you’ll be left with more of a paste rather than bites of peach.
This recipe uses cornstarch in order to thicken up the filling so that it becomes that wonderful cobbler texture we all desire, but you can omit the cornstarch if you like yours liquidy.
It is best served with a large scoop of vegan vanilla ice cream while it is still warm so that the ice cream melts into the cobbler.
The perfect recipe to make with any leftover peaches, as you get an equal amount of peach and biscuit in every bite.
This recipe is so simple and easy to make that you won’t be able to stop yourself from making a batch every summer.
Instead of butter and milk, this recipe uses canola oil and coconut milk beverage to create a super indulgent treat.
It goes beautifully well with a scoop of vegan vanilla yogurt.
Get a wonderful deep flavor that will make you feel cozy with this peach cobbler recipe.
While this recipe calls for vanilla extract, we recommend using vanilla pods to get a stronger flavor.
Top this cobbler with some chopped nuts of your choice for a crispy finish.
You can store any leftovers in your fridge for up to 4 days, though we doubt it will last that long.
This super easy recipe is best made fresh right before serving.
That way you get a clear distinction between the peach filling and the perfectly sweet biscuit top.
The only way to make this dessert any better is to serve it with a dollop of vegan whipped cream.
While peeled peaches will provide a better taste, you can leave the skin on to save time. The skin will soften during the cooking process.
Instead of crumbling the dough on top, this recipe forms them into large patties so you get these super buttery biscuits on your cobbler.
This recipe tastes just like a non-vegan cobbler and uses lemon juice in its filling so you get the freshest taste possible.
If you are planning on making this cobbler in advance then store your filling and biscuit dough separately to avoid your dough becoming soggy.
While the peach cobbler is a summer dessert, we find that this recipe will work with any temperature.
This is because of its spiced peach filling and whole-wheat biscuit.
Of course, there is a grating of lemon zest in the filling to remind us of the summer on the coldest of days.
The use of half whole wheat flour and half all-purpose flour makes the biscuits have a rich taste and a great crunchy texture.
You can make this cobbler in 40 minutes, which makes it perfect for a last-minute dessert.
Despite its quick cooking time, you still get a crispy biscuit top and a piping hot filling.
You are able to swap out the vegan butter for melted coconut oil if you are in a pinch which is great for those of us who don’t check our fridge before starting a baking project.
For a gluten-free version simply swap out the flour for a gluten-free blend. While you’re at it, why not grate in some nutmeg for a flavor boost?
While you can spread your dough evenly across your peaches, this recipe uses an ice cream scoop to make large biscuit balls which not only helps with serving but also leaves the biscuits super flakey.
This flakiness is achieved through the use of almond flour, potato starch, sugar, salt, baking powder, water, and solid coconut oil.
You won’t believe it works until you try it.
Not only does this recipe taste great, but it also looks absolutely amazing and will make anyone believe you’re a professional baker.
As we all know by now, blueberries and peaches go perfectly together.
But if you’re wanting a slightly tarter taste then try swapping the blueberries for raspberries in this recipe.
For those of you who don’t like vegan butter, this cobbler uses oil instead so you can still get that indulgent flavor.
If you want to save time then you can use frozen fruit, this recipe doesn’t even call for you to thaw it first.
This cobbler is essentially effortless to make. You can get a delicious slice of cobbler in no time at all, and yes we did say slice.
Unlike other cobblers, this one provides a cakey dessert that you can eat with a fork instead of a spoon.
This recipe doesn’t use too much sugar, so you can have seconds without guilt.
It is recommended that you don’t peel your peaches for this recipe so that you get a nice difference in texture.
If you want a wonderfully gooey filling with a lovely vanilla cakey biscuit, then this is the recipe for you.
While the cobbler cools the filling will thicken up, so while it may be tempting, try to wait a few minutes before digging in.
You are able to adjust the amount of sugar to your liking, and use frozen fruit.
Just make sure you adjust the cooking time to accommodate the colder temperature.
It’s difficult to get the perfect blend of crispy and fluffy, but this recipe achieves it.
You can make it in under an hour with your favorite plant-based milk.
The biscuit topping is golden brown and buttery, perfect for a hot summer’s day.
This recipe uses equal parts sugar and butter, so you know the biscuit is extra indulgent. The use of cornstarch in the filling makes it gloriously thick and gooey.
You can freeze your cobbler for up to 3 months, so you can make a large batch and heat it up in the oven when need be.
While all these recipes can be made year-round, they are especially good with fresh peaches.
So next time peach season comes, why not make a delicious cobbler to bring to the barbecue or potluck?
Peach cobbler is the perfect dessert to share with friends and family, but you can always make a small one for yourself to indulge in over a couple of days.
The best part about these recipes is that no one would be able to tell they are vegan. You can show all your friends and family that vegan food can be delicious.