Easy Gluten Free Apple Crumble (Oat, Nut, and Dairy-Free Options)

Gluten Free Apple Crumble with Whipped Cream

This recipe for gluten freeĀ apple crumble is delicious and easy to make. Typically, crumble recipes contain oats but crisps do not. I provide you with multiple substitutions for oats, nuts, and dairy in case you are intolerant to any of these ingredients. If not, make as suggested in ramekins or oven-safe mugs.
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Gluten Free Campfire Apple Crisp or Crumble (With or Without Oats)

Gluten Free Campfire Crumble and Crisp

Whether you are going camping or want an easy to dessert you can make on the grill during those hot summer days, this gluten free campfire apple crisp recipe is perfect. It’s a light dessert that you can easily serve immediately after a meal. It’s tastes like apple pie filling. Crisps traditionally contain oats, but you can omit the oats if you are not tolerant and turn the recipe into a crumble. Either way, it’s delicious, easy to make, and very little clean up as you make them in aluminum foil. Continue reading “Gluten Free Campfire Apple Crisp or Crumble (With or Without Oats)”

Gluten Free Pineapple Cherry Upside Down Dump Cake

Gluten Free Upside Down Pineapple Cherry Dump Cake

A surprisingly addictive gluten free dump cake recipe made with canned cherry pie filling and canned pineapple. A dump cake is an easy recipe where you literally dump the ingredients into a baking dish and bake it. Using a cake mix is the usual method. While you can use Betty Crocker’s Gluten Free Yellow Cake Mix in this recipe, it is so much better when you use my self-rising gluten free cake flour blend recipe and sugar. I am not a fan of cherry, but combined with pineapple, the flavor is pretty incredible. I couldn’t stop eating it. I felt so guilty afterwards. Oh well, I’ll have to watch what I eat for the next few days. Enjoy! Continue reading “Gluten Free Pineapple Cherry Upside Down Dump Cake”

Gluten Free Paleo Peach Crumble

Gluten Free Paleo Peach Crisp

Sometimes there is confusion between crumbles, crisps and cobblers. They all contain a fruit filling topped with various ingredients. A crumble and a crisp have a crunchy topping. A crisp contains oats, where a crumble does not. A cobbler is topped with dough, much like biscuit dough. If you’re not paleo, you can add some certified gluten free oats and you’ll have yourself a gluten free peach crisp. Enjoy this gluten free paleo peach crumble! Continue reading “Gluten Free Paleo Peach Crumble”

Gluten Free Crumble or Tart w/ Blackberry & Apple Filling (Sugar-Free Dairy-Free Options)

Individual Gluten Free Blackberry Crumble Desserts

A picture tells a thousand words and this gluten free crumble photo is no different. Make this dessert in individual portions or into a tart using a sturdy Gluten Free Shortbread Crust. The filling is not too sweet; therefore, add more sugar to taste. I bet you can even make the filling on your stovetop instead of baking it, which would be perfect for summertime. Enjoy! Continue reading “Gluten Free Crumble or Tart w/ Blackberry & Apple Filling (Sugar-Free Dairy-Free Options)”

Gluten Free Pear Crumble

Image: Gluten Free Pear Cobbler

You can make this gluten free pear crumble recipe much easier by using canned pears. However, fresh pears are full of vitamins and minerals. No matter what flour blend you use, it should out about the same because the recipe calls for very little flour. Note, though, tapioca browns easier, but is chewy, and cornstarch has high crisping qualities, and potato starch with just a little less. I have also provided some holiday garnish suggestions. This recipe can be made allergen-free if you skip the nuts. Continue reading “Gluten Free Pear Crumble”

Gourmet Fresh Gluten Free Peach Crisp

Image: Gluten Free Peach Crisp

This gluten free peach crisp is awesome! It calls for plenty of butter in order to make the topping nice and crispy. If you are wondering what theĀ difference between a cobbler and a crisp is, a cobbler is made with a dough batter, similar to biscuit dough. A crisp is usually made with flour, brown sugar, cinnamon, and butter. A crisp has a crumbly topping. Cobbler got its name because the biscuit dough is usually dropped in pieces, creating a cobblestone affect. Meanwhile, enjoy this gluten free peach crisp. Be creative and add your favorite ingredients – perhaps a bit of fresh ginger to bring on a little heat. Continue reading “Gourmet Fresh Gluten Free Peach Crisp”

Gluten Free Apple Crisp

Image: Gluten Free Apple Crisp

Whether you live in the U.S. and call this dish apple crisp or in the U.K or Australia and call it apple crumble, they all taste the same. The use of rice flour makes this gluten free apple crisp, actually crisp on top. Adjust the juices to your liking by using lemon or apple juice. Or kick it up a notch with rum; or when all else fails, plain old water works. You’ll find many apple crisp recipes that call for tart apples, however, this one calls for red apples. You will want to use sweet crisp apples such asĀ Braeburn,Ā Empire, or Gala, however, good old Red Delicious will do. Just make sure they’re firm. They don’t hold up as well as the other varieties. On the other hand, I enjoy soft, cooked apples. How about you? Continue reading “Gluten Free Apple Crisp”