I gathered some of my best tried and true gluten free apple recipes for you so you can find them all in one place. If you love baking with apples, here are delicious apple cakes, pies, tarts, and more!! These are my best fall apple recipes on the blog!
Table of Contents
- Why These Recipes Are Great:
- What Are The Best Apples for Baking?
- What Can You Make With Lots of Apples?
- Gluten Free Apple Cobbler
- Gluten Free Creamy Apple Cake
- Gluten Free Caramel Apple Cake
- Gluten Free Apple Pie
- Gluten Free Apple Bundt Cake
- Gluten Free Apple Crisp
- Gluten Free Caramel Apple Donuts
- Gluten Free Apple Muffins
- Gluten Free Apple Fritters
- Gluten Free Cinnamon Apple Scones
- Gluten Free Apple Crumble Bars
- Gluten Free Apple Cider Donuts
- Gluten Free French Apple Cakes
- Gluten Free Apple Galette
- Easy Gluten Free German Apple Cake
- Gluten Free Hatch Chile Apple Pie
Tis' the month we celebrate all things apples! Apples are finally in season, and there are so many tasty varieties to try! Our local farmer's market has an apple vendor in the fall, and they have at least ten different organic heirloom apples each week.
Why These Recipes Are Great:
- If you love apples, these gluten free apple recipes are not only easy to make, but they taste so good friends and family will never know they are gluten free!
- Each recipe comes with simple step-by-step directions.
- I use all simple, easy-to-find ingredients. You can find them all at your local grocery store.
- All of these recipes are freezable, so you can easily make a double batch and freeze any extras.
When I was young, our family used to go apple picking, filling up bags of crisp apples. When we left, I remember always having a stomach ache from eating too many apples!
Now that we are in the California Bay Area, there really isn't a close-by place to go apple picking. We rely on one of our favorite local farmer's market vendors to keep our fruit basket full!
If you are new to gluten free baking, you will want to look at my Gluten Free Pantry Guide to know how to use the gluten free ingredients in these recipes.
What Are The Best Apples for Baking?
There are so many great apple varieties, like the Gravenstein apples in the photo above! I tend to use more tart apples in my gluten free baking. Here are some good types of apples to try:
- Granny Smith
- Pink Lady
What Can You Make With Lots of Apples?
I was surprised this question came up...there are so many delicious options! The sky is the limit, and I hope you are inspired by my recipes below.
You can't go wrong with these homemade gluten free apple desserts! I can't wait to hear what you make! Drop me a comment and let me know what you made.
Gluten Free Apple Cobbler
This homemade gluten free apple cobbler recipe is full of caramel apple flavors. It is easy to make, and nobody will know this cobbler is gluten free!
Gluten Free Creamy Apple Cake
This homemade Gluten Free Creamy Apple Cake recipe is one of my best. It tastes as it came from one of those fancy bakeries, and nobody will be able to tell it is gluten free!
Gluten Free Caramel Apple Cake
One of the most featured recipes on my blog, this mouthwatering Gluten Free Caramel Apple Cake is so worth making! It is full of juicy apples and rich sweet caramel.
Gluten Free Apple Pie
This homemade gluten free apple pie has the flakiest gluten free crust ever! Use semi-tart apples like Pink Lady or Granny Smith!
Gluten Free Apple Bundt Cake
This easy Gluten Free Apple Bundt Cake recipe is a family favorite. It is healthy enough to serve with breakfast or brunch but tastes sinful enough to be a dessert. Top with an optional icing.
Gluten Free Apple Crisp
This incredible Gluten Free Apple Crisp has a thick, crisp topping. It is perfect with vanilla ice cream!
Gluten Free Caramel Apple Donuts
These gluten free caramel apple donuts are a fun treat to make! These cinnamon apple donuts are topped with a creamy layer of caramel. They are perfect for fall!
Gluten Free Apple Muffins
If you love apples, I have you covered with these simple, light, and fluffy Gluten Free Apple Muffins. They make a delicious breakfast or snack. Make a double batch and freeze the extras, so you always have tasty muffins on hand.
Gluten Free Apple Fritters
These Air Fryer Apple Fritters make a delicious low-fat treat. (I include oil frying directions too!) Filled with apple chunks and coated in sweet icing.
Gluten Free Cinnamon Apple Scones
If you love scones or have never tried a scone, you MUST give this amazing gluten-free cinnamon apple scones recipe a try. They are one of my most popular gluten free scones recipes!
Gluten Free Apple Crumble Bars
If you love thick streusel-style crumble toppings, this delicious Gluten Free Apple Crumble Bars recipe is for you! It tastes like an apple pie, but it is so much easier to make!
Gluten Free Apple Cider Donuts
These fluffy baked Gluten Free Apple Cider Donuts are full of delicious fall flavors. They are easy to make in a donut pan or donut maker.
Gluten Free French Apple Cakes
Another wildly popular recipe on the blog, these Gluten Free French Apple Cakes taste like you purchased them in a French bakery!
Gluten Free Apple Galette
If you are craving an apple pie, but don't want to do all of the work, try my homemade Gluten Free Apple Galette. It has all of those delicious flavors of a home-baked apple pie but half the work!
Easy Gluten Free German Apple Cake
If you are looking for a quick and easy beginner-level apple cake, this Gluten Free German Apple Cake recipe is a good one to make. Full of juicy apple slices and light and fluffy cake!
Gluten Free Hatch Chile Apple Pie
This Gluten Free Hatch Chile Apple Pie is for my spice fanatics! When I saw this pie flavor in Austin, I thought people must be crazy, but I was hooked by one bite of the spice hatch chiles combined with cinnamon apples.
This post was updated with more recipes and information from an older October 2018 post.
I hope you love these gluten free apple recipes as much as we did. Drop me a comment if you need help or have any questions!
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