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Company is coming! But they are gluten intolerant! But I can STILL whip up a pie!

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  1. I also have Celiac Disease, I would love more recipes on gluten-free foods, especially ones that don't taste like cardboard! This one looks really tasty! Thanks for sharing! Take care and God bless! Hugggggs!

  2. Just a precaution–Be sure to use Certified Gluten Free Oats—not just "regular"oats —if your guests are Celiacs–regular oatmeal is contaminated with gluten in transporting and processing. You can find Certified Gluten Free Oats in most grocery stores (Bob's Red Mill offers it along with Gluten Free Oat Flour) 🙂

  3. What a neat idea! I keep rolled or steel cut oats on hand since some of my people are gluten intolerant, and making oat flour is pretty easy…you are the Boss, Bev…love ya!

  4. Loved this and think cherry pie filling would also complement the oats. Papa was on thin ice for a second there. Love you both.

  5. I think oatmeal has gluten in it. I made many gluten free pies for my mother-in-law over the years. She had celiac disease and had to restrict all glutens. Oats, barley and rye flours were all restricted. I used rice flour for pie shells and we used cornstarch and arrowroot for thickeners. Hopefully your guest is not that sensitive to it. The website Celiac Disease Foundation has a comprehension list of items that are gluten free. I used it religiously when I cooked for her. Coming up with gluten free dished can be difficult especially pies and cakes.

  6. I love the fact that your not afraid to try to make something new in the kitchen by just experimenting. Some of my most favorite recipes have come from doing that. It was how my grandmas showed me how to cook.

  7. Awesome Bev, thank you for the gf recipe, my attempts at pie have turned out crappy. I will definitely try your recipe.

  8. excellent! Very creative and it shows how much you care about others. Just one of the many reasons I watch your videos. Kudos bev yippy are AWESOME

  9. What a great friend you are!!  The pie looks amazing.  Never would of thought to put the dehydrated apples on the bottom. Going to try that next time I make a pie.

  10. See! I told you that you are amazing!!! That pie sounded and looked DELICIOUS!!!!!! I can just taste it now! Winner winner Bev!

  11. we did this last year near Christmas time.   were away on a holiday with someone gluten intolerant.   My daughter wanted pie, so we concocted a crust from porridge oatmeal and canned peaches.  YUMMMYYYYY   so good.   so simple to make, too!

  12. Try finely milled almonds instead of flour, just add your egg and butter and chill the "dough" until you can work it.
    I'm a diabetic but I LOVE apple pie (ok I love sweet stuff not gonna lie) but I try to cut out as much flour and refined sugar as humanly possible.
    Love your videos, blessings to you and yours.

  13. Huh? And so Poppa didn't get his quarter slice of the pie?!! LOL….you cut him a piece, put a dollop of whipped cream, Poppa says nope, you add a li'l more, "you missed a spot" and you cover Poppa's slice with alot of whipped cream! XD

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