Gluten Free No Bake Apple Pie
Gluten Free No Bake Apple Pie
Prep
40min
Total
40min
Servings
5
Ingredients
12
Level
Easy
Prep
40min
Total
40min
Servings
5
Ingredients
12
Level
Easy
Recipe by:Laura Plumb
Gluten Free No Bake Apple Pie
Prep:40minTotal:40minServes:5
Ingredients
Pie Crust
Apple Pie Filling
Directions
To make the crust
  1. In your electric blender, macerate the dates. Add the coconut oil and spices and mix.
  2. Toss in the pecans and pulse lightly three times, just enough to break up and integrate with the dates, but careful not to turn this into pecan butter.
  3. Press the crust into a pie dish (mine is 9.5″). Cover with a plate facing up so the slight bowl of the plate presses into the crust and so that the crust is entirely covered.
  4. Place in your refrigerator if you have a few hours before filling, or into your freezer if you don’t.
To make the filling
  1. Again, start with the dates. Blend on high speed until they are completely mashed. Juice your lemon and set aside 1 tablespoon for later.
  2. Add the lemon juice, almond butter honey and spices to the dates and blend well.
  3. Slice your apples and add. Blend until the mixture starts resembling a very chunky apple sauce. Add the chia seeds. Pulse a few times to blend thoroughly.
  4. Pour this mixture onto the pie crust. Spread evenly. Cover (I turn the plate that was sitting on the crust over and use to cover) and place in your fridge. Allow to set at least four hours.
Ingredients
Pie Crust
Apple Pie Filling
Directions
To make the crust
  1. In your electric blender, macerate the dates. Add the coconut oil and spices and mix.
  2. Toss in the pecans and pulse lightly three times, just enough to break up and integrate with the dates, but careful not to turn this into pecan butter.
  3. Press the crust into a pie dish (mine is 9.5″). Cover with a plate facing up so the slight bowl of the plate presses into the crust and so that the crust is entirely covered.
  4. Place in your refrigerator if you have a few hours before filling, or into your freezer if you don’t.
To make the filling
  1. Again, start with the dates. Blend on high speed until they are completely mashed. Juice your lemon and set aside 1 tablespoon for later.
  2. Add the lemon juice, almond butter honey and spices to the dates and blend well.
  3. Slice your apples and add. Blend until the mixture starts resembling a very chunky apple sauce. Add the chia seeds. Pulse a few times to blend thoroughly.
  4. Pour this mixture onto the pie crust. Spread evenly. Cover (I turn the plate that was sitting on the crust over and use to cover) and place in your fridge. Allow to set at least four hours.
Directions
To make the crust
  1. In your electric blender, macerate the dates. Add the coconut oil and spices and mix.
  2. Toss in the pecans and pulse lightly three times, just enough to break up and integrate with the dates, but careful not to turn this into pecan butter.
  3. Press the crust into a pie dish (mine is 9.5″). Cover with a plate facing up so the slight bowl of the plate presses into the crust and so that the crust is entirely covered.
  4. Place in your refrigerator if you have a few hours before filling, or into your freezer if you don’t.
To make the filling
  1. Again, start with the dates. Blend on high speed until they are completely mashed. Juice your lemon and set aside 1 tablespoon for later.
  2. Add the lemon juice, almond butter honey and spices to the dates and blend well.
  3. Slice your apples and add. Blend until the mixture starts resembling a very chunky apple sauce. Add the chia seeds. Pulse a few times to blend thoroughly.
  4. Pour this mixture onto the pie crust. Spread evenly. Cover (I turn the plate that was sitting on the crust over and use to cover) and place in your fridge. Allow to set at least four hours.
Notes

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Laura Plumb

Chef: 

Hi. My name is Laura Plumb and I have been practicing and living by Ayurvedic Medicine for more than fifteen years now. In my work I have found that the greatest need most people have is for real, true, deep and enduring nourishment.