AWESOME GLUTEN FREE APPLE PIE WITH CRUMBLE TOPPING

Dated: November 2 2018

Views: 121

Recipe and Photo's From genuiskitchen.com

READY IN:
 1 hr 15 mins
SERVES:
 8
YIELD:
 1 pie (with left over crust for another)
UNITS:
 
US

INGREDIENTS


  • PASTRY CRUST MAKES TWO CRUSTS
  • 1 1cups gluten-free flour (Bob's Red Mills All Purpose Gluten Free Flour, Avail at Kroger & online)

  • 1cup cornstarch

  • 1cup sugar

  • teaspoon xanthan gum (Bob's Red Mills)

  • tablespoons butter, cut into pieces

  • large egg

  • tablespoon gluten-free vanilla extract(Available online at the Gluten Free Pantry)

  • APPLE FILLING
  • medium apples, peeled, cored and very thinly sliced. Use mildly sweet to tart very crisp apple (such as Granny Smith, Braeburn, Cortlands)

  • 1cup sugar

  • teaspoon ground cinnamon

  • 1teaspoon ground nutmeg

  • 14teaspoon salt

  • CRUMBLE TOPPING
  • 3cup light brown sugar

  • 3cup gluten-free flour (See above)

  • 1teaspoon ground nutmeg

  • 1cup butter, chilled & cut into small pieces

DIRECTIONS

  1. ***Pastry Crust Instructions***.

  2. In a mixing bowl stir together the flour, xanthan gum and cornstarch.

  3. Then add the sugar, butter, egg and vanilla and mix until combined.

  4. Remove dough from bowl and knead and fold on a surface dusted with GF flour until well well combined.

  5. Divide into two pieces and wrap in plastic wrap, place one in the refrigerator to chill and place the other in the freezer for later use.

  6. --Go ahead and make Apple Filling while the Pastry Crust is chilling.

  7. --.

  8. After approx 20 minutes, remove dough from refrigerator and roll into a ball.

  9. Using a rolling pin, roll the dough out on a lightly GF floured surface until it is the thickness of a normal pie crust.

  10. Place crust in a 9 inch glass pie dish that is lightly sprayed with non stick spray.

  11. Using a fork poke a bunch of holes in the sides and bottom of the crust.

  12. ***Apple Filling Instructions***.

  13. In a large bowl mix apples, sugar, cinnamon, nutmeg and salt.

  14. Set aside and let the juices mix.

  15. ***Crumble Topping Instructions***.

  16. In small bowl mix together brown sugar, GF flour and nutmeg.

  17. Next mix in the chilled butter and cut it in with a fork or other tool until you have a course crumbly mixture.

  18. ***Assembling your Pie***.

  19. Preheat oven to 400°F.

  20. Spoon apples into your pie crust, mounding in the middle and pouring the sugary juices over top.

  21. Sprinkle your Crumble Topping all over the top (use it all).

  22. Use tin foil to cover edges of crust as it will burn easily.

  23. Bake for approximately 35 minutes, topping will be lightly browned and filling will be bubbly.

  24. Let cool for at least an hour before serving.

  25. Not sure what's going on in the housing market? Contact Tricia Glover and The Glover Team at 540-846-0185 or visit us at our website at http://tglover.liveinfredericksburgva.com.

Blog author image

Tricia Glover

As an agent who's an expert in this local area, I bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise about buying and selling real estate in the Northern Virginia Area. It's not the same everywhere, so you ne....

Latest Blog Posts

Working Remotely

Remote Work Is Here To Stay. Can Your Home Deliver the Space You Need? For Buyers, For Sellers, Move-Up BuyersA lot has changed over the past year. For many people, the rise in remote

Read More

Equity Rises And So Does Your Wealth

As Home Equity Rises, So Does Your Wealth# First Time Home Buyers, For Buyers, For Sellers, Housing Market Updates, Move-Up Buyers, PricingHomeownership is still a

Read More

Virtual Or In Person

Virtual tours?  It seems that many buyers are asking for virtual tours or asking the Realtor to preview the home on their behalf, would you buy a house sight unseen?  Do you prefer to take

Read More

Reasons Households In Forbearance Wont Lose Their Homes To Foreclosure

There has been a lot of discussion as to what will happen once the 2.3 million households currently in forbearance no longer have the protection of the program. Some assume there could potentially

Read More