If you are looking for Gluten Free Apple Recipes that are both scrumptious AND easy, you have come to the right place!
Scroll down for a list of the best recipes that you'd never even guess are wheat free!
Many of us "bakers" and "cooks" are requiring to change our recipe menu planning from time-to-time to accommodate ourselves, a family member or a guest who requires a gluten-free diet.
These individuals cannot tolerate gluten in their diet. Perhaps they suffer from celiac disease, or another condition which requires them to follow a strict diet.
There seems to be quite a variation of exactly what a gluten-free diet entails and there appears to be much over-lap between a die that is gluten-intolerant, and one that is gluten-free.
In very general and simple terms, a gluten-free diet is one completely free of ingredients derived from gluten-containing cereals: wheat, barley, rye, malts, triticale, and sometimes oats.
This diet also includes refraining from any food which includes gluten as a food additive, for example in the form of a flavouring, stabilizing or as a thickening agent.
Use the navigation bars at the left hand column of this website to check for other gluten-free recipes within the different recipe groups.
There are many other recipes throughout the pages of this website - Best-Easy-Apple-Recipes.com - which may also be considered "gluten-free". Healthy, homemade applesauce and other fruit sauces made with apples and other fruits are great gluten-free recipe ideas to make with apples.
The recipes listed on this page are those which are specifically created with a diet free of wheat in mind.
The recipes which I have included above, (more recipes will continue to be added!!), are those that have amazing taste, and the whole family can enjoy! Recipes that you'd never know were made for a restricted diet!
*It is always a good idea to examine the list of ingredients in any recipe that claims to be without gluten because some people on a specific diet may also not be able to eat cornstarch, oats processed in a facility which also processes wheat, or other foods. So check the ingredients before beginning a recipe, and if necessary adapt or make substitutions as are necessary.
This is a especially a good routine to follow before planning your menu for guests - in addition to gluten-free diets, other people may require a diet that is fat-free or sugar-free, or they may have food allergies that you may not be aware of.
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