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Summertime means the markets runneth over with blueberries, strawberries, blackberries, raspberries, peaches, and cherries. These are my favorite fruits, and berries in particular are some of the most nutrient dense and antioxidant-rich foods on the planet.

If you’re looking for the perfect healthy grain and dairy free (most are also egg free!) summer dessert, I have all the answers for you. I asked my fellow paleo colleagues to send me their very best berry and peach cobblers, crisps, and crumbles, and here are the results. A great way to use all those summer berries and peaches. Try topping these with whipped coconut cream (or whipped cream if you can have dairy) or vanilla coconut ice cream. Enjoy!

15 Paleo Summertime Fruit Cobblers, Crisps, Crumbles

Grain, dairy, mostly egg free! Some are nut/seed free.

Grain Free Berry Crisp from Real Food RN is egg free and features a topping made from almond and coconut flours.


This beautiful mixed berry cobbler from Primally Inspired is also nut free (contains eggs).


This egg free cherry crisp from Pure & Simple Nourishment is safe for those following the SCD or GAPs plan for gut healing.


This cherry berry cobbler from Plaid & Paleo can be made into individual serving size cobblers (contains eggs)!


This creative crisp from the Primal Desire features rhubarb and banana and is egg free.



Finally some peaches! A peach and blueberry crisp from A Girl Worth Saving (egg free).


Egg free peach crisp from GI 365.


OK, did someone say no bake? And triple berry crisp? Another from GI 365! (raw, vegan)


for a twist, how about chocolate strawberry crumble BARS from Living Healthy with Chocolate?! (egg free)



Going out with a bang. This last one has me drooling: it’s a bacon peach crisp-cobbler from Cavegirl Cuisine that sounds and looks absolutely divine.

Which one will you make first?

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