Mini Caramel Apple Pies with Cinnamon Streusel {gluten-free, vegan}

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Mini Caramel Apple Pies with Cinnamon Streusel {gluten-free, vegan}

In case you haven’t noticed, I have a thing for mini stuff! Why make a single large-sized pie, when you can have 12 tiny ones? I am not sure where or when this love affair began, but I constantly find myself opting for littler things over the traditional size. (spoiler alert: I have another mini dessert coming to the website later this week)

When Attune Foods contacted me to develop a holiday-worthy dessert recipe using one of their Erewhon Supergrain cereals, I was excited for the challenge of recreating a classic sweet treat, like apple pie. I opted for mini apple pies with a deliciously simple crust and filling, a crunchy spiced streusel topping made with the buckwheat hemp cereal, all topped with a drizzle of my very easy-to-make vegan caramel sauce.

Mini Caramel Apple Pies with Cinnamon Streusel {gluten-free, vegan}<

I love the idea that these Mini Caramel Apple Pies with Cinnamon Streusel would be perfect at any holiday feast and for nearly every guest, they are gluten-free, dairy-free, egg-free, soy-free, peanut-free, vegan, and easily made without refined sugars. Plus, each one is just a couple of bites which mean there is still room on your plate and in your tummy, for all of the other goodies likely being served at your feast.

Supergrain Dessert Ebook
Head to the Attune Foods website now to download your copy of the FREE Supergrain Dessert Ebook, which includes my recipe for these Mini Caramel Apple Pies with Cinnamon Streusel plus 4 other tasty gluten-free Supergrain desserts, sure to please this holiday season.

7 Responses

  1. Beth, these look AMAZING. Love.

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  3. These mini pies look amazing Beth-wowsers!

  4. lisa lewis-jenkins says:

    Thank you, thank you, thank you!!! Thank you for a dessert recipe that is wheat, egg, and dairy free. We have numerous food allergies and this loojs lije a recipe that every one in the family can eat. Thank you, Beth!

  5. This recipe sounds incredible! I am curious, though… do you think it would be possible to turn this into a full-size pie? Skip the mini-muffin tin altogether? Just curious.

    Thank you!

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