When your tree gives you apples….


We had a great growing year here in Washington. We had unusually hot weather, which our fruits and vegetables LOVED.

Our apple trees are now producing these fantastic apples, and I wanted to make something fun with them for the first day of school.

I found a fun recipe on Pinterest, but I changed the entire thing to make it allergy-friendly.

Here is my recipe for:

GR, EF, DF Fried Apple Rings

For the batter:

1 cup of milk (I used rice milk, but I bet a creamier coconut milk would be great too)

1 cup GF all purpose flour

1/4 tsp baking powder

1 squeeze of lemon or lime

1/4 tsp salt

 egg replacer (for 1 egg)

1-2 TBSP cinnamon sugar

I used 4 nice sized apples, cut them into round slices, and then cut a little hole in the middle (to take out the seeds). I used a pastry tip to cut the hole, but you can use anything that will cut through the apple that is round.

I dipped them in the batter, then fried them in canola oil until browned.


Top with more cinnamon sugar



I actually ate a few with my dinner. It is back-to-school week, so I figure, anything goes, right?

What have YOU made today?

2 thoughts on “When your tree gives you apples….

  1. those look delicious! I want to come over and have some 🙂 We have pears on the trees right now. But the kids made brownie bites yesterday. They are a easy, quick, paleo no cook recipe that we all like. So that was yummy.

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