Recipe Directions

APPLE PIE MIXTURE

1. Blend the apple mix ingredients until you have a puree.

2. Pour into serving bowl and place in the fridge to set and thicken.

CUSTARD

3. Blend all the custard ingredients with warm water if you like a warm custard.

4. Pour over the apple mixture. Enjoy.

CRUMBLE (OPTIONAL)

5. Grind the sunflower seeds and coconut and add to a bowl with all the other ingredients.

6. Combine with hands until mixture is crumbly. Add a little water if needed to make more crumbly.

7. Dehydrate in the drier until crispy or use as is.

Sweetpea's Thoughts

By sweetpea

Nice and light dessert that tastes like apple pie.

This really tasted like apple pie, nice and easy to digest, and completely nut and seed free.

Picture shows optional crumble.

I like to have the apple mixture made up in the fridge and then make fresh custard when I want dessert.

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You're recipes are always so creative! :)

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WHOA!! YEA now we're talkin'!!! I don't do well with psyllium but am wondering if I could use a thickener like agar-agar. I can't eat a grain or seed. thanks

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Could I use ground flax in place of the psyllium, & how much would I use to get the same thickening effect?

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Just skip the psyllium, it will still be good.

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WHOA!! YEA now we're talkin'!!! I don't do well with psyllium but am wondering if I could use a thickener like agar-agar. I can't eat a grain or seed. thanks

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Thank you!

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You're recipes are always so creative! :)

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yes, you can use ground flax if you don't have psyllium. Probably 1-2 teaspoons will be enough. Lucuma is a natural raw fruit sweetner from lucuma berries. It is great for making custard and reminds me of cornstarch. It makes chocolate really smooth too.

If you don't have lucuma, you can do a couple of things. You can make a seed or nut milk and then follow the instructions above. The banana and pear will thicken it. You can also add a 1/8 tsp of turmeric if you want the custard yellow!

Lucuma makes the custard smooth but you can use agave instead and 1-2 teaspoons coconut oil.

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Yum!

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OOPS I meant lucuma!

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Wow, that sounds sooo good! What is Yucuma? Can I substitute it?

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Your creation look delicious as usual. :)

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