Lauren Cobello » Meal Planning » Recipes » Gluten Free Strawberry Rhubarb Pie
One of my favorite summer treats – is a homemade Gluten Free Strawberry Rhubarb Pie. I was so worried that I wouldn’t be able to eat it anymore – so I adapted my recipe to make it Gluten-Free. You can make this with a regular pie crust as well, but if you eat Gluten-Free try out my pie crust recipe! This also is dairy and egg free too!
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Will definitely try this pie recipe,my rhubarb is just peeking out of the ground,
The taste was fabulous. However mine was very runny. Still delicious but needed a spoon.
I use ground up tapioca pearls per the package to thicken the pie. WOrks every time.
What a great idea I didn’t think of grinding up the tapioca pearls….
Can I combine the strawberries, rhubarb, and other ingredients before I put it in the pie crust? I’ve never payed like you have in this recipe. Doesn’t seem they will combine very well in the pie crust. I usually let it sit 10 minutes before putting into the pie crust. What do you think?
yes you can 🙂
Love this pie – went to print it and it won’t print, the link is missing. Would you kindly add it? Thank you!
How much rhubarb if I use frozen instead of fresh?
Thanks to my mom, I have found that using 2 tbsp cornstarch or flour and 2 tbsp tapioca and cooking the rhubarb with that sugar and a couple sprinkles of cinnamon just until it thickens some. Let it cool a little before adding the strawberries. Then we bake it at 435F for 25 minutes or until the crust slightly browns. No need to cover the crust and it doesn’t spill over when baking. It is not runny at all!
I made two of them with 2 tbls tapioca took care of thickening froze one for 4 of July turned out delicious not as pretty as I’ve made but really good my hub said it took him back to the yesterdays maureen l
Has anyone tried other types of sugar/sweeteners? I am trying to avoid sugar and would love to hear how substitutions work.