Pumpkin Pie in Jars Gluten-Free


pumpkin pie in jars



It does not feel like fall because we are having hot, warm days in Ottawa. Love that I can still go outside with my summer clothes, take long walks, read a book or just sit outside on the patio.

The fresh produce markets around town are selling a variety of squashes and pumpkins at the moment. I like this time of the year. We are getting ready for Thanksgiving in Canada. Which means that it's time to cook and bake with the fall fruits and vegetables. Since I have a sweet tooth I tend to bake a lot and love pumpkin in baked goods.

During the year when we have family gatherings my sisters and brother bring dishes to share and we have to make sure they are gluten free. The reason is because my brother-in-law was diagnosed with Celiac a couple years ago and we take this seriously. I like to bake and try to come up with different gluten-free desserts every time we meet. He is always thankful that we come up with a nice meal that he can enjoy with us.

My Pumpkin Pie in Jars recipe was a success. It is now a seasonal favorite.

Try these Pumpkin Bars with Cream Cheese frosting. They are yum!



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PUMPKIN PIE IN JARS

Ingredients:

CRUST:
1 pkg Udi's Gluten Free Snickerdoodle Cookies
30 ml butter, melted

FILLING:
375 ml pumpkin pie filling
250 ml warm milk
75 ml brown sugar
50 ml real maple syrup
25 ml rice flour
2 eggs
2.5 ml salt
10 ml pumpkin spice

TOPPING:
Whipped Cream


Directions:
1. Preheat oven to 425F.
2. Spray 8 small Mason jars with Pam. Place on a cookie sheet. I use a Silpat underneath so that it does not move.
3. Place all the cookies from the Snickerdoodle Cookies package, except one, in a food processor. Process until they are completely crumbled.
4. In a bowl mix well the crumbs with the melted butter. Divide equally into the Mason jars.
5. In a large bowl mix all the filling ingredients with a fork. Divide equally into the Mason jars. Bake at 425F for 15 minutes. Lower the over temperature to 325F and bake for another 30 minutes. Remove from the oven and let cool.
6. When completely cool top with your favourite whipped cream recipe. Crumble the remaining cookie and decorate on top of the whipped cream. 

This dessert can be made one day ahead. Refrigerate until ready to serve.



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57 comments:

  1. A great idea! I bet those pies taste wonderful.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  2. I love Udi's gluten-free muffin tops...those are so good! And I love gluten-free pasta - so glad not to have to give up pasta living gluten-free!! What an awesome giveaway :)

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  3. Thanks for the recipe..they are DARLING:)

    I still remember my TG windfall through your generosity yrs ago!
    I never forget:)

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  4. I like Udi's Snickerdoodle Cookies

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  5. my hubby is currently trying to remove all gluten from his diet. not sure of our fave items yet.

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  6. There are no gluten free items in my local grocery store but I have elsewhere found pasta which we use quite a lot

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  7. My very dearest friend has Celiac disease.

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  8. I have Celiac, my favorite gluten free food is Udi's Snickerdoodle cookies.

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  9. My mom was a celiac and one of my daughters is also

    Rafflecopter Name is Anne Taylor

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  10. I just love hearing about new GF recipes that are creative!
    This is stunning!

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  11. Me and my husband both eat gluten free. We like to eat quinoa and our breakfast of choice is Egg in the Holes (Baskets).

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  12. I have several family members and my daughter has friends who have celiac disease.
    angela mitchell

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  13. I don't know anyone with celiac disease, but I have family members who sensitive or intolerant to gluten. I've been trying to cut as much gluten as I can out of my diet. Spaghetti squash is one of my favourite gluten free foods and I often use it in place of pasta.

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  14. I like these pumpkin pie in a jar for Thanksgiving.

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  15. gluten free pasta

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  16. They thought my daughter was celiac, but it turned out she wasn't... back then, gluten free food on the market was gross :(

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  17. Oh this looks sooooo delicious! I'd never seen or heard of desserts in little jars like this, but just a few weeks ago, a friend brought cheesecake jars to a dinner. I love the individual servings and they look just darling too!

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  18. These are so cute! They look delicious too. What a great idea to put all the flavors of pumpkin pie into a jar!

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  19. I don't know anyone and I have never had a recipe that was Gluten-free!!!

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  20. Fantastic option for adapting a gluten free recipe!

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  21. I like anything I make with almond flour, especially muffins.

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  22. I do know someone who has coeliac disease. I've tried a few gluten free pastas

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  23. these are super cool. I love that its gluten free and so cute for gifts

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  24. i like corn wraps instead of wheat ones

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  25. I have celiacs so I have gotten used to everything gf

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  26. I do have a friend who eats gluten free, because one of her family members has celiac disease.

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  27. We have friends that have Celiac and we have several friends allergic to gluten. I like the gluten free pizza

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  28. I have alot of allergies and cutting out gluten is important to me. I love the gluten free pizza crusts.

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  29. My favourite gluten free food is plain raw veggies.

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  30. Yes - i have a friend who is Celiac. It seems so pervasive these days - unreal!

    entering in rafflecopter as jen s.

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  31. I have celiacs, my fav food is popcorn or cookies! I love udis double choc gf muffins too!

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  32. my best friends daughter is celiac. i would love to win for her.

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  33. my Mom's gluten free pizza is my favourite

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  34. My great niece has been diagnosed with Celiac

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  35. i try to buy oats that are prepared in a gluten free facility.
    (stacey h)

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  36. I love the Namaste brand GF pizza crust!

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  37. I have a friend who is Celiac. Luckily there are a lot more options today then there was years ago when she was 1st diagnosed.

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  38. Just learning about celiac disease as a member of our family is affected.

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  39. They look so cute! Although I don't personally know anyone who has Celiac, I really like the gluten free alternative. :)

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  40. Awesome recipe and I am making this for sure.

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