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Craving Apple Pie!


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#1 jebby

 
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Posted 20 August 2011 - 04:18 PM

Hi,
I need help. I am pregnant again and am craving apple pie. Do any of you have any suggestions for pre-made gluten-free frozen apple pies and/or crusts that I can fill and bake? Or bakeries that may be able to ship apple pie to me? I am so desperate that I would actually settle for any type of fruit filled pie at this point!
Thanks a bunch!
J
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#2 Lisa

 
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Posted 20 August 2011 - 05:04 PM

Hi,
I need help. I am pregnant again and am craving apple pie. Do any of you have any suggestions for pre-made gluten-free frozen apple pies and/or crusts that I can fill and bake? Or bakeries that may be able to ship apple pie to me? I am so desperate that I would actually settle for any type of fruit filled pie at this point!
Thanks a bunch!
J


I don't know what part of the country you are from, but Whole Foods have frozen pre-make pie shells.

Or you could contact the Gluten Free Galley. I understand they are working of mixes. http://www.glutenfreegalley.com/

Apple crisps can be made with crumbled up cookies. And there is a recipe floating around here for an apple crisp (or other fruit) using Pamela's Yellow Cake Mix.

AND Congratulations!
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Posted 20 August 2011 - 06:03 PM

For me, it's the cooked apples and the cinnamon. I have never liked the crust. I make homemade applesauce with lots of cinnamon. You could just cook apple slices with cinnamon and a small amount of brown sugar. Even a can of apple pie filling heated up if the crust isn't important. Whole Foods and other health food or groceries that have a big gluten-free section will have frozen pie crusts.


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#4 jebby

 
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Posted 21 August 2011 - 06:14 AM

Thank you so much for the ideas ladies! I will start working on cooked apples with cinnamon and add in cookie crumbles today to curb my craving. I really appreciate your help!
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Posted 21 August 2011 - 06:46 AM

Hi,
I need help. I am pregnant again and am craving apple pie. Do any of you have any suggestions for pre-made gluten-free frozen apple pies and/or crusts that I can fill and bake? Or bakeries that may be able to ship apple pie to me? I am so desperate that I would actually settle for any type of fruit filled pie at this point!
Thanks a bunch!
J


What about making just the filling? Apples, cinnamon, brown sugar, a touch of lemon juice and a touch of cornstarch, baked in the oven. We make this dessert ALL the time. You can even add a crumb topping (gluten-free flour mixed with cold butter with a bit more cinnamon and brown sugar!)
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Posted 21 August 2011 - 05:31 PM

Hi,
I need help. I am pregnant again and am craving apple pie. Do any of you have any suggestions for pre-made gluten-free frozen apple pies and/or crusts that I can fill and bake? Or bakeries that may be able to ship apple pie to me? I am so desperate that I would actually settle for any type of fruit filled pie at this point!
Thanks a bunch!
J


I bought a gluten free apple pie from Whole Foods once that was insanely wonderful. Also, check Mariposa Gluten Free Bakery, in Oakland California. I don't know if they make apple pies, but everything I've tried of theirs is delicious, and they do ship their products. Good luck!
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Posted 21 August 2011 - 06:08 PM

Achatz Pies in Michigan has started making gluten free pies. Michigan four berry pie is da bomb (as in awesome)!
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