I’ve rounded up 10 of my favourite gluten-free apple recipes–and none of them are pie!
Fall brings apples of all varieties. Apples are such a healthy and versatile fruit. They’re delicious in muffins and quick breads, or in cookies and cake. Have them in a yogurt parfait for breakfast, in a salad for lunch, and with chicken for dinner. And of course, make an apple crisp. I saved my favourite recipe for last. Enjoy!
Read on to find ideas for gluten-free apple recipes that are right for you!
Tastes like dessert–for breakfast!
You’d never guess it was grain-free!
Comforting cookies, for an after-school snack.
Tender quick bread, topped with a naturally sweet glaze made from pecans, maple syrup and coconut oil. A healthy coffee-time snack!
Mini Mason jars of Apple Blackberry Crumble make ideal desserts for camping, picnics or for make-ahead freezer desserts. Apple blackberry crisp in a jar!
They’re gluten-free and dairy-free, but they’re packed with protein to keep you satisfied all morning. Grab one and go!
Make your home smell heavenly with this Apple Cinnamon Granola or follow this easy guide to create your own favourite flavour combinations.
Up your salad game with this tasty Fennel Apple Chopped Salad with Walnuts and Feta Cheese. Full of Mediterranean flavours, this makes a crunchy side salad. Plan to make extra for brown bag lunches!
Savour the flavours of fall with this Fennel Apple Chicken Salad. Made with pre-cooked or rotisserie chicken, it makes a healthy salad for two for lunch or a light dinner.
My favourite! Try this twist on a traditional apple crisp recipe, made gluten and dairy-free and topped with a paleo salted caramel bourbon sauce.
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