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Low Calorie Peach Cranberry Pie (Gluten-Free)

This recipe comes to us from Nina Spitzer.

Peach/Cranberry Filling Ingredients:
7 cups sliced peaches (with skins—adds fiber and nutrients)
1 cup frozen cranberries
¾ cup sugar
1/3 cup quick-cooking tapioca beads

Filling Directions:
Mix sliced peaches, cranberries, sugar and tapioca beads in large bowl and let sit while you make the crust. (This will give the tapioca beads time to dissolve.)

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Olive Oil Pie Crust Ingredients:
2 cups gluten-free flour
1 teaspoon Xanthan Gum
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon sugar
½ cup light olive oil
¼ cup fat free milk
1/3 cup fat free cottage cheese
½ teaspoon vinegar

Pie Crust Directions:
Mix together liquid ingredients first, then add dry ones until if forms sticky clumps. Press together by hand until it forms a loose ball. Cut in half and roll out under Saran wrap. It will be very loose and not easy (or pretty) to roll out. Press into bottom of pie plate - some parts will need to be pressed in with your fingers. Prick with a fork and bake at 350F until lightly golden – or about 15 minutes. Remove from oven and add the filling. Cover with top crust (which will, again, not be very cooperative.). Bake at 350F for about 45 minutes or until done. Cool and enjoy.

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Some of take longer to heal. Cut yourself some slack. A busy working mother with small children is both rewarding and taxing! You know what I asked for on Mother's Day? No cooking, food prep, or cleaning. I do not want to go out (just too busy of a day for most restaurants and my fav gluten-free restaurants are a state away). I just want to take care of myself and not others. I guess I have had a history of ditching my responsibilities on Mother's Day. My SIL would watch the baby at her mother's house (with my hubby) and I would ride my bike to the beach, order a coffee and read!!!!). I celebrated Mother's Day on Saturday with my Mom. When my daughter was old enough to want to make me breakfast, I opted for lunch after my bike ride and coffee. Hang in there!

Sometimes that's almost as important as avoiding the gluten. There's times where I've not enjoyed myself because I'm more worried about the potential for getting glutened...