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11.18 Glazed Fruit Pie




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This article is from the Children Allergies and Asthma FAQ, by Eileen Kupstas Soo kupstas@cs.unc.edu with numerous contributions by others.

11.18 Glazed Fruit Pie

[from
Allergic People Eat Desserts Too!] by Eleanor Bentley Milinusic
contributed by: Tammy Schmidt

Pastry: use one that is suitable for your diet. There are several
listed in the book.

Filling

- 3 cups of sliced fruit

Glaze:

2 cups fruit
3/4 c water
1/3 c honey
3 T arrowroot

Make a chosen pastry.
Glaze:
Crush 2 cups of fruit and place in a pan with water and honey. Bring to
a boil for 2 minutes. Pass through a food strainer. Press down well.
(I used a food grinder with good results). Add arrowroot mixed with 1/8
cup of water to the strained mixture. Cook over low heat until thickened
(this thickens quickly).

Arrange sliced fruit in pastry. Pour glaze over sliced
fruit and chill. May be garnished with frozen drops of soy or nut
whipped topping.

I found that there was a lot of glaze left over from this recipe and it
makes wonderful jam for my daughter who cannot eat sugar. I made
strawberry/banana pie with strawberry glaze. It will work for just
about any fruit. You could make a
the pies with one type of berry in the pie and a different berry for the
glaze.

There is also a terrific brownie recipe in the book.





 

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