Whether you wish to make a fruit glaze for tarts or a swirled cake, this gluten free fruit glaze recipe works perfectly. You can even turn it into a sauce for plating desserts. I enjoy making a sauce and then adding savory ingredients like garlic powder and ginger powder to use as a condiment instead of ketchup. How you will you use this recipe. Comment below to let me know.
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To Make a Colorless Glaze:
Use fruit juice with less color like peach to make a clear glaze. However, for a completely colorless glaze, replace the fruit juice with water.
To Make Red Glaze:
Use a red juice like cranberry or cranberry apple to make red fruit glaze. However, if you desire a strawberry flavored glaze, you can make your own strawberry juice by blending 1 cup of strawberries and 1/2 cup of cold water in a blender or food processor. Then strain it in a fine mesh strainer.
To Make Fruit Pie Filling:
To make fruit pie filling, use the same type or similar juice as you are using for fruit to make this fruit glaze. Then stir the fruit into the glaze. If you are using firm fruit such as apples, saute the fruit first simmer in a little juice.
To Make Sauce:
Use half of the amount of arrowroot flour or cornstarch to make a sauce to plate desserts.
To Make a Savory Condiment to Replace Ketchup or Barbecue Sauce:
Use half of the arrowroot powder and add 1/4 teaspoon each garlic powder and ginger powder. Season with salt, to taste.
How Can I Make a Low-Histamine Version?
You can definitely use apple juice to make a low-histamine version. Apples and onions contain querrcetin, which contain an antihistamine property to help those on a low-histamine diet. Just avoid berry juices. However, some may tolerate blueberries.
What is the recipe for the cheesecake in the photo?
To make the cheesecake in the photo, just tripled the no-bake cheesecake filling in the recipe for Gluten Free Layered Pumpkin Cheesecake. For your choice of graham crusts, see the different recipes at Gluten Free Graham Cracker Crust Recipes. I think you’ll find some pleasant surprises.