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Gluten-free Apple Cobbler



There are a few of us who are eating gluten-free at our Church and today's recipe, absolutely delectable finger-lickin good gluten-free apple cobbler is a great contribution to that-- or just as a family treat.  

The trick will be to keep it away from all the people who can indulge in wheat desserts (like brownies, etc.) so that the gluten-free eaters at least get a chunk to sample at our Church and today's recipe, absolutely delectable finger-lickin good gluten-free apple cobbler is a great contribution to that-- or just as a family treat. The trick will be to keep it away from all the people who can indulge in wheat desserts (like brownies, etc.) so that the gluten-free eaters at least get a chunk to sample.



INGREDIENTS

6 medium/ 10 small organic Apples

1/2 C. Sugar

4 tsp Cinnamon

1/3 C. Extra Virgin Coconut Oil

1 1/2 C. Rice flour**

1/2 C. Coconut Flour

2 C. organic Sugar

2 tsp Baking Powder

1/2 tsp Sea Salt 

2 C. Rice milk or other non-dairy milk


METHOD

Cut coconut oil into a baking dish (I used a long glass cake pan) and place in a 350 degree (about 325 for glass) preheated oven until hot and oil is melted. (careful not to let it scorch). 

NO KIDS OR PETS IN KITCHEN. 

Carefully pull pan out of the oven and place on cutting board on counter, pouring the batter into the pan. 

Lay in the apple slices pressing into the batter. Jumble those apple slices up, as long as they are pressed into the better it doesn't matter how they are spaced!   



Pour the juice created in the bowl of apples over top.

Return to the oven for 50-60 minutes. After 45 minutes it is a good idea to insert a toothpick about every 5 minutes-- if it comes out clean, the cobbler is ready to come out into the world!

**I made my own rice flour in the Vitamix with long grain brown basmati rice that our niece brought here on a visit last summer... must say that I am happy with that experiment-- and will save a whack on rice flour!

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