We’ve rounded up the Best 15 Gluten Free Pie Recipes on the Internet! We Sifted through hundreds of recipes to find the very best gluten free pie recipes ever published. Whether your favourite is Blueberry, Peach, Apple or Coconut Cream … you’ll find them all on this list of pies your family is sure to devour! With so many delicious options it’s going to be hard to decide which pie to try first!
WHAT’S THE SECRET TO EXTRA FLAKY GLUTEN FREE PIE CRUST?
The secret to an extra flaky gluten free pie crust is using cold butter or lard. That helps create some extra tenderness without compromising any of the flakiness.
TIPS FOR MAKING THE BEST GLUTEN FREE PIE CRUST POSSIBLE
- A trick that I found very helpful to get the crust really thin, is to use a piece of parchment paper or a thin plastic mat to roll it out on. It makes it much easier to get the crust really thin and helps pick it up off the counter in one piece so you can flip the crust into the pan.
- Another key trick to getting a perfect Gluten Free Butter Pie Crust every time, is to cover the edges with tinfoil while baking. This keeps the crust from getting to dry.
- One more important factor in making great Pie Crust is keeping the dough cold. Placing the dough in the fridge for an hour before rolling it out and again for 10 minutes before the filling goes into it, helps keep the crust nice and flaky but not too dry.
- Pie crust can be a little challenging to make because it’s so delicate. When I’m rolling the dough out, I press the sides back in as I go. I will do a few rolls with the rolling pin, then press it all tightly back together again. Then a few more rolls, and so on.
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Here’s our list of the the Top 15 Gluten Free Pie Recipes that you need to try!
1. Triple Berry Pie with Gluten Free Crust
from Peanut Butter plus Chocolate
This homemade triple berry pie is perfect for summer and bursting with sweet and tart flavors all while being gluten free and dairy free. Made with strawberries, blackberries and raspberries for the ultimate dessert.
2. The Best Gluten Free Apple Pie
This gluten free apple pie is the real deal – with a flaky, buttery gluten free pie crust and a apple pie filling with a kick of cinnamon and an underlying tone of caramel.
3. Cinnamon Sugar Apple Butter Pie
This apple butter pie is unlike any other pie you’ve had! Its custard-base filling is made with cozy apple butter and topped off with a layer of cinnamon sugar. It creates a crackly crust on top that’s sweet and so delicious. This entire pie is also baked in a buttery and flaky gluten free pie crust! You’d never even know that it’s gluten free, but it makes this dessert accessible to everyone around your Thanksgiving table.
4. Gluten-Free Blueberry Pie from Mama Shire
5. Gluten Free Pecan Pie from Mile High Mitts
6. S’Mores Chocolate Pudding Pie from Cupcakes and Kale Chips
7. Impossible Pumpkin Pie
This Incredibly Delicious Gluten Free Impossible Pumpkin Pie is an impossibly easy-to-make crustless pie that’s made with only 5 ingredients. It could be the easiest pumpkin pie you’ll ever make.
8. Gluten-Free Coconut Cream Pie
Sweet and creamy Gluten-Free Coconut Cream Pie. An easy coconut macaroon crust with a vanilla and coconut custard filling topped with fresh whipped cream.
9. Gluten-Free Lemon Meringue Pie
This amazing gluten-free lemon meringue pie is the perfect dessert for any special occasion (think Mother’s day, Christmas, Easter, or any day you want to celebrate at all). A deliciously light and flaky crust filled with smooth, citrusy lemon curd and topped with a sweet and stable Italian meringue that doesn’t weep even after a few days. Totally dairy-free too.
10. Gluten Free Banana Cream Pie from Fearless Dining
11. Gluten Free Coconut Cream Pie from What the Fork Blog
12. Blueberry Cream Pie from Paleo Gluten Free
13. Gluten-Free Peanut Butter Pie
This gluten-free peanut butter pie has a smooth, creamy cream cheese-based peanut butter mousse and an easy, gluten-free Oreo crust. Made from scratch (with no cool whip in sight!), this pie is the perfect dessert for any occasion! It’s quick and easy to make, but guaranteed to impress.
14. Gluten Free Peach Pie
Fresh peaches combined with this perfect gluten-free pie crust make this homemade gluten-free peach pie absolutely delicious! Being gluten-free and dairy-free does not mean we have to give up the wonderful world of pies!
15. Gluten Free Blackberry Pie
There’s nothing better than serving a slice of warm blackberry pie with a scoop of ice cream. Especially if the pie has the most perfect buttery, flaky gluten free pie crust and juicy blackberry filling packed full of flavour.
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NEED AN EASY GLUTEN FREE PIE CRUST RECIPE?
Extra flaky, Gluten Free Pie Crust Recipe.
This is the only gluten free pie crust recipe you’ll ever need.
2 Cups White Rice Flour
1 Cup Potato Starch
3/4 Cup Butter
1 Tbsp Sugar
2 Egg Yolks
1/4 Cup Milk
1 Tsp Vinegar
Step 1: Start by cutting the cold butter into the flour, starch and sugar. Mix it until well combined. (I use my hands and squish the butter and flour together until a crumbly mixture forms) The add the egg yolk, milk and vinegar. Then mix until a firm dough forms. I like to press it into the bottom of the bowl and sort of knead it like bread dough.
Step 2: Place the dough in a disc shape, wrapped in plastic wrap in the fridge for 1/2 – 1 hour.
Step 3: On a lightly rice floured piece of parchment paper on your counter, roll out the dough until it’s big enough to cover your pie pan. If the dough breaks or cracks just press it back together with your fingers.
Step 4: Flip the rolled out crust into the pie pan then trim the edges. Use a fork and poke some holes into the bottom of the crust. Place in the fridge for 10 minutes, then fill with the gluten free pie filling.
This Recipe Makes 1 Gluten Free Butter Pie Crust.
Recipe Note: This Gluten Free Butter Pie Crust can made and rolled out ahead of time. I roll it out really thin on the parchment paper, then cover it with plastic wrap. Then I roll it up and put it in the fridge until needed. This makes making pie on the big day so much easier. Just unroll, place in a pie pan, fill with filling and bake.
More Easy Gluten Free Recipes For the Holidays:
If you Love these Gluten Free Pie Crust Recipes, check out some of my other Gluten Free Dessert Recipes Here:
- Gluten Free Gingerbread Cookies
- Easy Gluten Free Pumpkin Pie
- Raspberry Mousse Cake
- Gluten Free Butter Tarts
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My favorite gluten free blogger is The Loopy Whisk. You just can’t go wrong following her instructions. I have special needs, and she helped me get around all my food problems. Thank you Kat!
The best gf pie crust recipe I have made so far is on allrecipes website and it is their vinegar and egg pie crust. I usually sub the shortening with leaf lard. This is VERY flaky so you have to be careful pulling it out of the oven. Better to put on a cookie sheet. I use King Arthur AP flour but any gf AP flour will probably be okay. I sub KIng Arthur AP flour for my regular brownie recipe and the recipe on the bag of toll house chocolate chips for the cookies. You don’t have to buy several flours on all recipes.