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How Do You Make Pie Crust Free of Dairy, Eggs, Gluten?

KFA Food Bloggers ·
Thanksgiving is right around the corner! If you have not yet baked a gluten-free or dairy-free pie, be sure to read these tips before you begin. These solutions will help you S erve A llergy F riendly E ats. Be sure to follow our blog so you can...
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Peanut Allergy Alert - Weis Markets Chocolate Whoopie Pie

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Shirley’s Cookie Company In. Issues Allergy Alert on Undeclared Peanuts in "Chocolate Whoopie Pie" For Immediate Release October 24, 2018 Contact Consumers 814-239-2208 Media Bruce Woodring Jr. 814-239-2208 Announcement Shirley’s Cookie Company Inc. of Claysburg, PA, is recalling its 16 ounce packages of "Chocolate Whoopie Pie" because they may contain undeclared peanuts. People who have allergies to peanuts run the risk of serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume these...
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Wheat Allergy Alert - Kenny's Buckeye Pies

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Kenny’s Great Pies Issues Allergy Alert On Undeclared Wheat In "Kenny’s Buckeye Pie" For Immediate Release October 17, 2017 Contact Consumers (770) 333-0043 Ext. 113 Announcement Kenny’s Great Pies, Inc. of Smyrna, GA, is voluntarily recalling its 22 ounce packages of "Kenny’s Buckeye Pie" because they may contain undeclared wheat. People who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to wheat run the risk of serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume these products. The...
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Re: How Do You Make Pie Crust Free of Dairy, Eggs, Gluten?

KFA Food Bloggers ·
Our most popular pumpkin pie recipe is " Mom's Pumpkin Pie "
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Re: How Do You Make Pie Crust Free of Dairy, Eggs, Gluten?

Tatimom ·
Thank you for sharing these tips and recipes! When I have to make one in a rush--I put a box of Enjoy Life soft baked cookies (gluten, dairy, egg, nut free) into a bag and smash them up...then I just press them into the pie plate! The snickerdoodles are great as a base for pumpkin pie!
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Re: How Do You Make Pie Crust Free of Dairy, Eggs, Gluten?

KFA Food Bloggers ·
Tatimom, That is an excellent #SAFEHack! Thank you for sharing!
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Re: How Do You Make Pie Crust Free of Dairy, Eggs, Gluten?

Kathy P ·
That's a great idea Tatimom! Do you add melted margarine like a graham cracker crust?? Or are the soft cookies enough to hold together on their own??
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Re: How Do You Make Pie Crust Free of Dairy, Eggs, Gluten?

Tatimom ·
I've done it both ways--and I don't think the margarine adds much other than fat, hahaha!
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Re: How Do You Make Pie Crust Free of Dairy, Eggs, Gluten?

Allison ·
It's too late for Turkey Day, but for next month, what I found when I am making dough is to make it days ahead of time and let it sit in the fridge for a few days. Somehow it came out better that way.
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Re: How Do You Make Pie Crust Free of Dairy, Eggs, Gluten?

Kathy P ·
My gf dough has to sit in fridge at least a few hours. I just try to make it the night before. If I have all my sides done Wed, I can bake my pies Thurs. No one is coming for dinner, so I don't have to "entertain".
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Re: Mom's Allergy-Friendly Easy Pumpkin Pie Recipe

Jaqueline Juarez ·
Is there any substitute for cornstarch? My son is also allergic to corn....how would the recipe turn out without it?
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Re: Mom's Allergy-Friendly Easy Pumpkin Pie Recipe

Heidi B ·
Tapioca Starch, Arrowroot Powder
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Re: Mom's Allergy-Friendly Easy Pumpkin Pie Recipe

comag ·
Is the same true for a pecan pie (if allowed)? tapioca starch for the 3 eggs? thanks, cm
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Re: Mom's Allergy-Friendly Easy Pumpkin Pie Recipe

Kathy P ·
I have not seen tapioca starch used as an egg replacer for pecan pie. Have you tried looking for a vegan version?
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Re: Mom's Allergy-Friendly Easy Pumpkin Pie Recipe

kandicejo ·
The other difference between pumpkin and pecan pies is the body or structure of the filling. This is why I like to do smaller individual pecan pies. A pecan pie is a sugar custard and does not have the pumpkin puree to help with stability. I don't think only using a starch to set up a pecan pie will work. If you can do soy, Post Punk Kitchen (very reputable vegan cooking blog) has a Maple Pecan Pie that uses tofu.
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Re: Mom's Allergy-Friendly Easy Pumpkin Pie Recipe

kandicejo ·
For egg free pecan pie I prefer to make individual little pies called Pecan Tassies. We have a recipe in the Safe Eats Recipe collection that is available for Family Members (cost is $25 or sponsored memberships available). Family Members can find the recipe here: Pecan Tassies
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Re: Mom's Allergy-Friendly Easy Pumpkin Pie Recipe

Kathy P ·
Just an FYI that I tried that Pecan Tassie recipe as a bigger pie and it was messy disaster! That filling doesn't have the structure you need for a bigger pie. It is mainly sugar and made a caramel fountain all over my oven! It might work OK in mini pies that bake for shorter time, but not so much in a full size pie.
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Re: Mom's Allergy-Friendly Easy Pumpkin Pie Recipe

Robyn Pollock Peterson ·
This is a great recipe! We have a corn and a dairy allergy in our household and my kids and I are making a pumpkin pie from scratch for Thanksgiving... I have a blog entry that describes how to prepare pumpkin from scratch (as in using those little pumpkins the kids picked out around Halloween time). It also tells how to make your own dairy-free, corn-free graham cracker crust, and what to do with the seeds from the pumpkin! :-) http://anunexpectedlynourishin...ves-way-to-fall.html
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Re: Mom's Allergy-Friendly Easy Pumpkin Pie Recipe

Heddi ·
Excellent recipe! My husband made it last night--a test pie before the real thing on Thanksgiving. Everybody loved it. Thanks for sharing the recipe. -Heddi, Blog: Dairy-Free Switzerland
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cheymom ·
Welcome Robyn & Heddi! We are glad you found us. Be sure and check out the other KFA blog posts. We have some awesome recipes. The Food & Cooking forum is also a popular place this time of year -- http://community.kidswithfooda...rum/food_and_cooking
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Re: Mom's Allergy-Friendly Easy Pumpkin Pie Recipe

Sharon Slusser ·
Thanks to whoever created this recipe!! We loved it! Substituted with rice milk, used flour instead of cornstarch, and used a sugar substitute. Delicious!
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Re: Mom's Allergy-Friendly Easy Pumpkin Pie Recipe

Ellen42 ·
Hey! That's the pie I made yesterday! Except that I used canned coconut milk, modified corn starch, and added cinnamon. Cybelle Pascal's rice milk version of the recipe includes a packet of gelatin as well, I guess it helps thicken.
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Re: Mom's Allergy-Friendly Easy Pumpkin Pie Recipe

cheymom ·
Welcome Sharon!! Glad you enjoyed the recipe. We enjoy it every year. Be sure and watch the KFA blog for more yummy and safe recipes. Ellen -- Glad it turned out great.
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Re: Mom's Allergy-Friendly Easy Pumpkin Pie Recipe

Annie222 ·
I have a corn allergy. Do you think potato starch would work in place of the cornstarch?
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Re: Mom's Allergy-Friendly Easy Pumpkin Pie Recipe

Kathy P ·
I think I would probably try tapioca starch over potato starch. I think that will give you a closer texture to the cornstarch.
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CASMOM ·
Hi, I am going to try this pie tonight. Should I get a pie crust that needs to be cooked, like Pillsbury, or one that is ready to use, like Keebler?
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Re: Mom's Allergy-Friendly Easy Pumpkin Pie Recipe

Kathy P ·
That uses an unbaked shell.
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Re: berry pie

Kathy P ·
Looks yummy. I've tried the gluten-free version of those crusts.
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K8sMom2002 ·
That looks tasty!
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coutureee ·
@Kathy P that's what this one was! i was surprised how delicious it is, you can't even tell it's not a regular crust
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K8sMom2002 ·
Wow -- I need to check out that crust to see if it's corn free. I'm always a bit worried that one day, DD will bring home a friend who is GF and I'll need to cook GF.
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coutureee ·
@K8sMom2002 there's no corn listed in the ingredients! the filling has cornstarch in it, but I'm sure you could find a recipe without
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K8sMom2002 ·
Now that is awesomesauce! Yes, no problem on swapping out the thickener for the pie filling -- potato starch or arrowroot flour work well in fruit fillings!
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K8sMom2002 ·
In my experience: 1.5 tablespoons potato starch = 2 tablespoons cornstarch Arrowroot is more of a one-to-one substitute, but arrowroot doesn't work well with dairy products -- since you avoid dairy, that shouldn't be an issue.
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Kathy P ·
@coutureee - here are some other substitutes for corn . I use different starches depending on what I'm doing. That link has the different options and substitution rates as well as where they work best or don't work well.
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Katie D ·
Looks so delicious! Here is a link to the Wholly Gluten Free pie crust I believe you used in case anyone is interested
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Re: My AllergyKid playing Pie Face (Allergy Free)

K8sMom2002 ·
That is very cool! What did you use for the whipped cream? You can find more tips and tricks about managing food allergies in KFA's School Age Kids, Tweens and Teens forums .
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Re: My AllergyKid playing Pie Face (Allergy Free)

Lynell ·
@K8sMom2002 I used So Delicious Dairy Free Soy Vanilla Ice Cream. He is dairy allergic too.
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Re: My AllergyKid playing Pie Face (Allergy Free)

kandicejo ·
So fun! This game was a hit at my niece's birthday party.
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berry pie

coutureee ·
berry pie
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Mom's Allergy-Friendly Easy Pumpkin Pie Recipe

KFA Food Bloggers ·
People are usually surprised to find out that pumpkin pie can be made without milk or eggs, but with this recipe, there is no doubt. The following recipe has been adapted from one of the most popular recipes in KFA Safe Eats™ recipe collection.
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Tree Nut (Pecans) Allergy Alert- Legendary Baking French Silk Pie

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Legendary Baking Issues Allergy Alert for Potential Undeclared Pecan in Product Labeled as French Silk Pie For Immediate Release December 28, 2020 Contacts Consumers 1-877-394-4147 Media 1-855-498-7417 Company Announcement Legendary Baking of Chaska, MN is voluntarily recalling a single lot of item number 7545 - French Silk Pie. This product is being recalled due to a potential undeclared pecan allergen. People who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to pecans run the risk of serious or...
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