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Apple/Cranberry Crisp (Gluten-Free)

This recipe comes to us from Sally Austin.

Filling:
3 cans apple pie filling
1tablespoon lemon juice
1 cup dried cranberries

Topping:
1 ½ cup gluten free granola
20 Mi-del gluten-free gingersnaps, chopped or broken
4 tablespoons melted butter

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Directions:
Spray a 9” x 13” pan with oil spray. Spread apple pie filling into pan. Mix in cranberries with lemon juice (adds tartness). Mix gingersnaps and granola together, spread evenly on top. Drizzle melted butter on topping, spread through.

Bake at 350F degrees for 20-30 minutes till golden brown and bubbling at sides

Serve warm with ice cream or whipped cream.

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Since this post is going around again, I thought I would add my recent experience at Rudy's. The staff was very helpful and accommodating. I ordered my family's food first put it on a tray and then ordered mine separately. I ordered only chicken and turkey. The staff changed gloves and used a new cutting board and knife. My server washed his hands, wiped down the scale and put my meat separately into a tray. I washed my hands before I ate. I did not eat any of the side and brought my own fruit to go with it. Since I don't get immediate symptoms, I can't tell you if that was enough. But, their meat (except the pork - maybe ) is gluten free. I think I did everything I can to avoid CC and the staff was extremely helpful . This is the only restaurant I have eaten at in 4 months if that tells you anything. I love Rudy's!!!

I got my script from the doc... it's for total IGA and TTG-IGA. Guess that's a good start? It also says "fasting" on the requisition, do I really need to be?

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Hello, Has anyone ever heard of a celiac diagnosis through an ultrasound? I have a friend who had an ultrasound for diverticulitis issues and the dr said he also had celiac disease. No blood test, no endoscopy. I don't think he wants to make this life change in his diet without knowing for sure.