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Here is my latest delicious gluten-free creation....:)

I bought a bunch of Gluten Free Pantry boxed pie crust mixes, with the intention of making lots of pie crusts in alluminum pie pans and freezing them, because the frozen gluten-free crusts are so expensive. But I found the dough to be very difficult to work with, too sticky to get into the pie plate just right. So, I decided to take spoonfulls of the dough, press them flat on a cookie sheet, sprinkle them with brown sugar and chopped pecans, and bake them.

Then I stewed some apples with sugar and cinnamon to taste, added some tapioca to thicken the sauce, and topped the apples with the broken up pie crust pieces. Then added a few scoops of vanilla ice cream.....

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Gluten free apple "pie" the easy way! :P

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Marilyn R    239

Brilliant! How did you get that perfect star shape?

I'm wishing for one right now, with Rum Raisin Ice Cream on top, maybe a little chocolate.

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ciamarie    23

Thanks for sharing, great idea. I was thinking about pie crust last night, after another sunken loaf of bread. I love a good pie and that looks yummy!

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Marilyn R    239

Brilliant! How did you get that perfect star shape?

I'm wishing for one right now, with Rum Raisin Ice Cream on top, maybe a little chocolate.

On a second (blush) look, I see that the perfect star shape is the serving dish. Nice presentation!

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