Gluten Free Apple Pie Premium PD Recipe

2013-11-19

This beautiful dessert is breakfast in camouflage. Leave it to me to come up with a pie you can eat for breakfast!

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Comments (18)

  1. posted by katiemichaelmyers on December 29, 2016

    My first pie is in the oven! No stevia or sweetener. Smells so good! When I was pressing the crust, I could hardly keep from eating all the mixture as it was, yummie!\

  2. posted by Dorothy on July 2, 2016

    This was the very first PD recipe I made. I was so surprise that I could have something that tasted this good and yet be on a diet? I’ve since learned this is a lifestyle and a way of eating, it definitely is not a diet. And this pie proves that ! Gaining health and losing weight eating apple pie!!!

  3. posted by lynsul on January 27, 2016

    Can I use strawberries frozen? How would I thicken it?

    • posted by Julie Marie on January 27, 2016

      Strawberries would be great! Use the Blueberry Pie Recipe and swap for frozen or fresh Strawberries.

  4. posted by Angela Norman on January 9, 2016

    I tried this tonight and it was very good however, I will make some changes the next time I bake it to tweak it more to our family’s tastes. I plan on cutting the crust recipe in half so it is not so thick. Also, I will use my apple peeler/corer/slicer to slice the apple into thinner slices. I did cut the stevia in half but, it still had the aftertaste. May try eliminating it.

  5. posted by Jane Swart on November 10, 2015

    I’ve made many versions of the pie and they have all come out tasting great. The last pie I made was the apple as I’m not a big apple fan, but I have to say this was delicious! I had it for breakfast for a week and enjoyed it every day. Once it cools it stays together as nicely as any pie I’ve ever made. Highly recommend this pie.

  6. posted by dianeb on April 25, 2015

    I bet the filling would be a killer over oatmeal…

  7. posted by Robin Fetter on January 19, 2015

    I will admit, I was skeptical when I saw the ingredients and how easy it looked in the video. If you bake the pie the night before, the next morning you can feed your family in no time flat! This recipe was a total hit and it’s inspired me to make other pies from the PD website. Thanks for saving breakfast for this busy family Julie Marie 🙂

  8. posted by Pattye Olmack on November 15, 2014

    So good. I can’t wait for the rest of my family to try it (my husband says yay….now to hear back from my 2 kids). Thank you for this great recipe!

  9. posted by Brenda Anderson on August 15, 2014

    I really don’t like the taste of stevia and don’t have any in the house. Can I substitute esugar and if so what’s the conversion ratio?

  10. posted by connie on May 16, 2014

    Ok, I registered and logged in and I still can not see the Directions for this 🙁

  11. posted by Jerry Christensen on April 19, 2014

    Hello Marlene and Nancy,

    As the title indicates this is a PD-Ed Exclusive recipe just like all recipes published after October 30, 2013. As such only people enrolled in PD-Ed have access. As free subscribers of ProtectiveDiet.com you have access to the 123 free recipes published prior to the launch of PD-Ed.

    Best of Health,

    Jerry
    ProtectiveDiet.com Webmaster

  12. posted by Nancy Brady on April 19, 2014

    Marlene, I can’t get the recipes either! It says I’m logged in but when I try to get the recipe, it tells me that I must register or log in…. it’s soooooo frustrating!

  13. posted by sil ob on January 28, 2014

    A M A Z I N G !!!!! It’s delicious warm or cold. I can’t believe this is good for me and I can eat it as dessert or breakfast…Julie you rock!!!!

  14. posted by newhopeden on January 4, 2014

    Very easy to make and love the sauce/filling, I actually could’ve just eaten it with the cut up apples! lol

  15. posted by Brittany on November 19, 2013

    On a scale of 1 to 10, I would give this a 100! It is absolutely divine! Another awesome recipe by Julie! I ate a slice during tonight’s class. (side note: Sign up for PD-Ed if you haven’t already!) The crust is delicious! It was my first time ever actually making oat flour – wayyyyy too easy. This apple pie is 10,000 times easier, healthier and tastier than a SAD version! I think the presentation is beautiful as well. Thanks, Julie!

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