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Grain Free "Pastry" Pie Crust

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Ennis_TX

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I have created a pie crust before with almond flour, but it was more of a gram cracker. This time playing with one of my favorites, coconut flour, I have created more pastry like crust.
98g (3/4 cup) Coconut flour (Nutiva Organic is the best for this)
48g (1/4 cup) Erythritol like truvia, pyure, or now foods blend avoid swerve for this as granular worked best
1/2 tsp salt
1 tsp vanilla
7tbsp Nutiva Butter Flavored coconut oil melted.
2 large eggs room temperature (must leave out to get to room temperature or the oil will harden.

1. Preheat oven to 350F and lightly oil a pie pan
2. Mix dry ingrdients in a bowl
3. Combine eggs and liquid ingredients in other bowl and mix well then pour into the dry and mix well
4. Put dough into pie pan and using your fingers and hands work it out evenly spreading it to form your pie crust.
5. Bake for 10-12 mins
6. Take out of the oven and using the back of a spoon or spatula press the crust back down into the pan.

NOTE ingredients bought through the Thrive  link get you a extra 25% off, great for gluten free shopping.
Thrive Market http://thrv.me/gf25
https://thrivemarket.com/nutiva-butter-flavored-coconut-oil
https://www.luckyvitamin.com/p-435169-nutiva-organic-coconut-flour-3-lbs 

https://thrivemarket.com/nutiva-organic-coconut-flour
https://www.luckyvitamin.com/p-300938-now-foods-erythritol-100-pure-natural-sweetener-2-5-lbs

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