I went on Instagram the other day (as I always do) and shared this super easy Gluten Free Pumpkin Cobbler. And to my surprise it was a hit amongst my followers. I don’t know why that surprises me, because they have great taste too. It should have been a no-brainer that I would probably be writing this very recipe blog post.

Slow Cooker Gluten Free Pumpkin Cobbler Recipe

This recipe is perfect on a cool crisp Fall afternoon or for a good ol’ Southern gathering and get-together. You cannot go wrong with pumpkin and butter. Am I right?! Fall is not complete without pumpkin anyway!

After I made this Saturday night I took some over to my in-laws that live right next door and it did not disappoint. They ate some before bed and more for breakfast the next morning. Hey, Pumpkin Cobbler never hurt anyone for breakfast!Slow Cooker Gluten Free Pumpkin Cobbler Recipe


All of the ingredients are considered Vegan and Gluten Free. I am sure you can substitute ingredients for your liking, but honestly you cannot taste the difference…. so why touch it? It can be better for you anyway, so why not?!

Slow Cooker Gluten Free Pumpkin Cobbler Recipe

Slow Cooker Gluten Free Pumpkin Cobbler Recipe

Slow Cooker Gluten Free Pumpkin Cobbler Recipe

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Slow Cooker Gluten Free Pumpkin Cobbler Recipe




  • Spray a 4-6 quart slow cooker with nonstick spray or line crockpot with parchment paper.
  • Beat the eggs slightly and then add the pumpkin, coconut milk, granulated sugar, brown sugar, cinnamon, ginger, salt and vanilla. Mix until combined.
  • Pour the mixture into the greased slow cooker.
  • Top with the whole box of powdered cake mix and sprinkle with brown sugar.
  • Top with the melted butter.
  • Cook on low for 3-4 hours.

Nutrition information

Nutrition label for Slow Cooker Gluten Free Pumpkin Cobbler Recipe

This is for sure not your everyday indulgence, but it is definitely worth making for your friends, family or hey….. just make it for yourself. I will never tell!

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As you know, my family and I are gluten free and we have many reasons for going gluten free! Here is a short list of why we are gluten free. It helps eliminate the symptoms of: Anxiety, Depression, Fatigue, Miscarriage, Hormone Imbalance, Infertility, Adult Acne, Weight Gain, Auto Immune Disease, Bloating, Thyroid Disorder, Joint Pain, Constipation, Eczema, Iron Deficiency, Skin Issues, and Inflammation. Just to name a few!

If you are experiencing any of these symptoms you may want to consider becoming gluten free. It has helped my family and it can yours too. It has definitely been life changing for my family and it is easier and cheaper than you may think! I promise! Since it has helped my family and I so much, I have become passionate about helping other families become gluten free too.

I take the pain and the guessing game out of becoming gluten free with my NEW Gluten Free 101 reference guide. It is easy to follow, is loaded with information and even mistakes I have made, so you do not have to make the same ones. You can eat your favorite foods, you do not have to give up on food and bread all together, I promise! Give it a try! Check it out for yourself! 

Until next time…



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  • I seriously wish I remembered where I adapted this recipe from, but I cannot recall. I know there are more floating around, but this one is definitely a keeper for my family and I.

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