Are you having friends over soon? If so, this Gluten Free Peach Pie is a must serve. It won’t last long around your home because it’s just that good. I’m sharing this recipe in partnership with Lucky Leaf, all thoughts and opinions are my own.
A few weeks back, I made this amazing Gluten Free Peach Pie using gluten free graham crackers for the crust. It was so good in fact that I barely made it through the photos without having a slice. The next thing I knew, my kids had forks in hand to pull up a chair and have a slice too. I decided to put what was left in the fridge and by the evening after my husband had his turn there was nothing but crumbs left. In all honesty, this isn’t normal for me. I typically try to use self control and portion control. That just was not happening with this one.
It was the perfect summer treat and even into fall. It was cool and delicious. I used Lucky Leaf Peach Pie Filling to give it the delicious flavor. The reason I choose Lucky Leaf is because there is no high fructose corn syrup and that is definitely something I don’t want in my desserts! Their pie filling contains more fruit and is so versatile too. Basically any flavor can be used to make this pie. Can you imagine this in apple? I’m already craving another one.
Since most of my family eats gluten free, I decided to use my own homemade graham cracker crust. It gave that sweetness I was looking for paired with the peaches and whipped topping. It tasted a lot like a peach crisp even though it’s a pie, which is exactly what I was going for. I garnished ours with cinnamon and peaches, and then honestly just take the pie plate and a fork and eat up. Of course, if you are sharing then you may want to use your own plate, but one bite won’t be enough. Trust me!
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Now, which recipe do you want to try? Do you have a favorite flavor? This peach pie tops my list of favorites!
Gluten Free Peach Pie
- 2 Cups Crushed Gluten Free Graham Crackers
- ½ Cup Butter Softened
- 1/3 Cup Granulated Sugar
- 1 Can Lucky Leaf Peach Pie Filling
- 1 Tsp Ground Cinnamon
- ½ Tsp Ground Nutmeg
- 2 Cups Whipped Topping
- Begin by preheating the oven to 350*.
- Combine the graham crackers with the softened butter and sugar. Mix well until a soft mixture is formed.
- Press the mixture evenly into a greased 9 inch pie pan.
- Evenly spread the peach pie filling across the crust.
- Top with the cinnamon and nutmeg.
- Baked for 30-35 minutes or until the crust slightly rises and browns.
- Let this cool completely, for about an hour, then top with the whipped topping.
- It can also be topped with additional peach topping and cinnamon.
- Chill or serve immediately.
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Comments & Reviews
I’ve never made a peach pie before, but it is truly peach season right now! I am seeing a LOT of sales on fresh peaches, so I need to stock up. This looks really refeshingly sweet, and I bet it pairs nicely with a southern meal!
Jaclyn Anne says
This Peach Pie looks amazingly delish and fairly easy to make too! My husband would LOVE this cake as he is a big fan of peaches. Thanks for the recipe, I will definitely be adding it to my list of things to make for dessert!
I am not gluten-free, but this looks so amazingly delicious! It seriously like a peach cream dream. I want to eat a slice or 3 right now!
Francisca Ramos says
Your gluten free peach pie looks so good. I never tried a peach pie. The recipe is easy to do. I like gluten free foods. I never used Lucky Leaf Peach Pie Filling. I am going to look into their product line. Thanks for your recipe.
Jennifer S says
This looks so delicious! I’ve been gluten free since January and one the things I’ve missed the most is sweets and desserts… but not any more! I’ll definitely be giving this gluten free recipe a try! Now to get my hands on some GF graham crackers!
Erin Kennedy says
I love this and I cannot believe it is gluten-free. I will have to try this. It is great for parties because you can please everyone and no one is left out because of allergies. My dad would love this. He loved peaches so much! Great pics!
Never heard of this brand before. I am not gluten-free but often buy gluten-free products for special occasions, like hosting a party.
I ended up buying a pre-made, graham cracker, gluten free crust. How do I tweet the recipe?
Just start with #4 on the recipe instructions and it should work just fine.