This apple pie combines health with intense flavor without all the added calories. The crust is simply made from oats, and the filling is a great way to include more apples into your diet with spices like cinnamon, nutmeg, clove, and allspice.
No Seriously, cherry pie is delicious, but Apple Pies are too!
And they are so easy to make its ridiculous. I’ve added two recipes to this one, the firsts is the basic WFPB Pie Crust Recipe And another Cookie Crust Recipe you can try (Link will be here Soon).
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#Livewild and top this all off. I love Wildway Banana Nut Grain-Free Granola. This product is great because its packed with great foods you should be eating everyday from organic dates to walnuts, pecans, and flavored with vanilla beans and hint of cinnamon. At a low sodium content and no-oil, the company does a great job at offering a quality product at a great price. you have to pic this up! The best part is that its super versatile to add anywhere so you’ll be using it more than just in this recipe.
Robs Red Mill products are always one of my go-to brands. As soon as I spotted Rob Mills Oat Bran Cereal I had to try it! Not only has it been a staple breakfast with blueberries and spices, but it is easier on my stomach than quick oats and old fashioned oats. It just seems to digest better and keeps me well satiated with out the indigestion. I also notice that I love the taste more than regular oats! I’ve linked the large package here because I promise this isn’t going to stay long in your pantry.
3. Date Sugar
I admit it. I am a date sugar addict. Whenever I see cereals, cookies, products adding sweeteners, cane-sugar (almost everywhere), and honey, I cringe. I die little inside. I don’t understand why they don’t use DATE SUGAR?! Maybe because they want to profit by using lower quality, cheaper ingredients? Yes. Date sugar comes at a higher price, but it is the Healthiest sweetener you we have available to us. Its simply dates, ground into a granular sweet powder-and I Run through this stuff. Its so versatile in baking, cooking, sauces, oatmeal, smoothies, wherever you want! I’ve linked the 2 lb bag because your living a successful plant based life, this is on your counter or in your belly!
WFPB Pie Crust
Step 1: Blend Together
- 4 Cups Oat Bran
- 1/4 Cup Date Sugar (optional but recommended)
- 2 tbspn Flax Meal
- 1 tsp Baking Soda Aluminum-Free
- 1 tbsp Arrow Root Powder
- 1 tsp Pumpkin Spice Blend
- 1 tsp Amla Powder Optional-I just put it everywhere I can
Step 2: Then Add
- 1/2 Cup Applesauce Unsweetened
- 1/4 Cup Nut-Butter (Preferably Almond Butter no Oil or added Sodium
- 1 Vanilla Bean Center
- 1 Oat Flour
- Combine all the ingredients from “Step 1” Into a food processor and pull for 30 seconds
- Add all the ingredients from “Step 2” to the Dry mixture and run until all is combined evenly.
- Roll Your Dough out evenly to desired thickness. To save for a top piece of the pie roll the dough to a thickness of 1/4 inch or decently thin.
- Use your pie dish or a dish just larger than the pie dish to trace out a good circle. Excess can be cut off and removed after plating the crust.
- You can do Flat edges
- Or pull the dough into an impressive edge using your fingers
- Reform the extra dough into a ball and using your rolling pin, re-flatten the dough just enough to reach the outside of your pie dish.
- You can make strips
- Or you can go with the plat top
- 6 Apples
- 2 tbsp Pumpkin Spice Blend
- 1/4 cup Date Sugar
- 1/2 cup Apple Sauce
- 2 cups Wildway Banana Nut Grain-Free Granola (Optional)
See Pie Crust
- 1 Pie Crust
Prep your Pie Crust (see Recipe www.teddykopytowski.com)
- 350 degrees Fahrenheit
Prep The Filling
- Wash and Clean all your apples in salt water. Rinse well.
- Slice all the apples into even thickness, Keep the skin on its the healthiest part of the apple!
- Toss all ingredients together
- Add the ingredients to your Pie crust
- Top Your Pie
- Bake for 30-40 Minutes or until apples are soft and crust is just crispy
- Chopped Dates
- Pumpkin seeds
- Vanilla bean
- Extra spices
- Sunflower seeds