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3 Ingredient Gluten-Free Pie Crust


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Just 3 Ingredients make up this pie crust! It tastes good...and cannot go wrong! Fill it with your favorite gluten-free pie, fruit, torte, crisp or cheesecake!

  • 1 1/4 Cup almond meal (or very finely ground almonds, unblanched)
  • 1/3 Cup butter 
  • 3 Tablespoons sugar 

    Directions:
    Preheat oven to 350F.

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    Melt butter and combine with almond meal and sugar, mix well until all butter is absorbed.

    Spread into an 8" round pie pan, pushing into corners and on edges.

    Bake for 10 minutes or until slightly browned.

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    6 Responses:

     
    Nix
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    16 Aug 2010 12:24:39 PM PDT
    Simple enough for someone who avoids the kitchen

     
    Kathy
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    16 Aug 2010 4:43:22 PM PDT
    Thanks heaps, I love cooking and now I'm coeliac (Aussie), I need new recipes
    Kathy

     
    Deb VP
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    17 Aug 2010 4:46:06 AM PDT
    I did the same recipe with graham crackers (GF)...with about 20 crackers...tasted great.

     
    Janet
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    14 Jul 2014 8:28:01 PM PDT
    This recipe is incredible - much better than a graham cracker crust. I now use it for all my cream pies and cheesecakes. It's a real hit at family dinners.

     
    M.Weber
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    05 Sep 2014 4:35:14 PM PDT
    What if I need to make a fruit pie that needs to be cooked for 35 minutes?

     
    Yvonne
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    07 Dec 2016 6:05:05 PM PDT
    For a fruit pie, I'd suggest baking the bottom crust as directed, and making a crumble in place of the top crust, or go on and try making another pie crust recipe, only put it on top. Bake the pie according to directions...just use your senses to directions.




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