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Dutch Apple Crumb Pie

A Thanksgiving classic!

My World Without Wheat

Apples, a favorite American fruit and a favorite pie.   This crumb topped pie is easier than a two crust pie. I will be making one in the morning for  Thanksgiving supper at my Mom’s.

I put this pie together in a few steps; make the crust dough; put it in fridge to chill while I peel, slice and cut up the apples. I also throw together the crumbs before rolling out the pie; you don’t need to rinse the mixer bowl from the crust then.  If you plan to prebake your crust those ten minutes of baking the empty pie crust are also a good time for making the crumbs and preparing the apples too!  Each step is fairly easy but the results are spectacular.  Of course, you could buy a readymade unbaked crust but this crust I use is really tasty: my mom still (after well over 3 years…

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Homemade Pumpkin Pie: Easy and Delish

An easy classic choice for Thanksgiving dessert and one that always pleases!

My World Without Wheat

Pie is traditional at Thanksgiving in the USA. So you might be planning to make a GF pie for the holidays.  I think pumpkin is a perfect choice because it is really easy to make: has only a few steps.  Make a crust, mix up and dump in the filling, bake it, chill it and yumm it up!! And it sure is traditional for this holiday. When I asked my guy what pie he wanted this year he went for the pumpkin with no hesitation or deep thinking. He just knew it was what he wanted on the big turkey day.

If you want to change things up, add a tsp. of maple flavoring to the filling for a sweet treat.  I did that that for my Thanksgiving pie last year.

This GF crust will work for any pie you should want to make including pecan pie.  This particular filling…

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