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Gluten Free Farm Fresh Apple Crisp

Updated: Oct 27, 2021

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Fall is in the air. That means heading out East to the many farms on the North Shore of Long Island. Along with the apples, I bought plum tomatoes for my son to make fresh tomato sauce. Click green links for processing the tomatoes and the sauce recipe.

Check out Mother/Daughter Trip Out East to the Farms.

A quick and easy dessert made from fresh apples from the farms out east on Long Island.

Gather all your ingredients and necessary equipment. You want to have everything in quick reach as you don't want your apples to brown. You want to work fairly quickly.

Peel and cube your apples and place into a large bowl. You want one big enough to be able to stir ingredients well. (see video)

Sprinkle tapioca starch and cinnamon over your cubed apples. (see video)

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Prepare your simple syrup. How to make simple syrup TIP: I would suggest preparing this first before peeling your apples so it has time to cool. I will do it that way the next time. (see video)

I set my apples aside while the simple syrup cooled.

In a separate bowl combine your gluten free brown rice flakes, gluten free flour, cinnamon and salt. (see video)

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Add in melted butter and liquid from peaches. Stir until all ingredients are wet. Set aside. (see video)

Add your cooled simple syrup to your apples and stir until all apples are coated with all ingredients. (see video)

Pour apples into a glass baking pie plate. Even out with your hands. Top with crisp topping. Again, even out and push down slightly with your hands. Place pie plate onto a cookie sheet in case there's spillage. Place into a preheated 350 degree oven and check after 30 minutes.

I let mine cook 40 minutes. I then drizzled melted butter over the top, baked another five minutes then broiled 3 minutes to crisp and get that golden brown top. (see video)

Allow to cool 15 minutes. Serve and enjoy. I do not like ice cream with my desserts but if you do, top with vanilla ice cream!



Approximately 5 or 6 Diced red apple

2 tablespoon Tapioca starch

1 tsp Cinnamon

4 tablespoon simple syrup - how to make simple syrup

1 teaspoon Vanilla


2 cups quick cooking Gluten free brown rice flakes

1/2 cup Gluten free flour

2 teaspoon Cinnamon

1/2 teaspoon salt

6 tablespoons Dole peach syrup

4 tablespoons Melted butter plus additional to drizzle over top

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