Apple Cider Sangria

This Apple Cider Sangria is everyone’s favorite Fall cocktail! It’s flavorful, packed with cinnamon, ginger, apple cider, and white wine for the perfect dinner party sangria! Serve it with a caramel rim (or opt out for simplicity), make a large pitcher, and enjoy this easy fall cocktail!

Apple Cider Sangria with a caramel rim

Apple Cider Sangria

This Apple Cider Sangria has everything you love about fall: it’s spiced just right, is so comforting and has all that classic apple flavor! It’s also super easy to make and a great cocktail to serve at a party without having to individually make drinks for each guest. Make this sangria using white wine flavored with fall fruit ahead of time and check one thing off your to-do list. It’s refreshing, festive and so delicious. Want to make it even more special? Garnish the rim of the glasses with this paleo caramel! It’ll be worth it!

Pitcher of sangria made from apple ciderIngredients Needed

  • 1 bottle white wine
  • Fresh apple cider
  • Carbonated water
  • Cinnamon sticks
  • Gluten-free vodka
  • Apples
  • Honey
  • Cinnamon
  • Pomegranate Seeds
  • Orange slices

How do you make Apple Cider Sangria?

We’re not lying when we say sangria is easy to make! All you do is mix together all of the ingredients and then let sit for anywhere from 2 to 24 hours. When you are ready to serve, you can add in the carbonated water. Additionally, you may want to have some fresh fruit on hand to top off the glasses with.

How to Make it a Mocktail

This drink is so festive for all of the fall holidays and gatherings. Make it a cocktail by omitting the white wine and vodka and replacing it with additional half carbonated water and half fresh squeezed orange juice!

How far in advance should sangria be made?

Sangria should be made at least 2 hours before serving, so all the fruit can mix well with the rest of the ingredient and so that it can have time to chill! Sangria gets better and better as it sits, so even 24 hours ahead will be great.

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Apple Cider Sangria

Prep Time 00:05 Total Time 00:05 Serves 8

Ingredients

  • 2 apples, roughly chopped
  • 1 orange, sliced
  • 1/4 cup pomegranate seeds
  • 1 bottle of your favorite white wine (Pinot Grigio is great here)
  • 1/2 cup vodka
  • 2-1/2 cups fresh apple cider 
  • 2 cinnamon sticks
  • 1 tablespoon honey or maple syrup
  • 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1 tablespoon fresh grated ginger, optional
  • 1 cup carbonated water or club soda

For Garnish

  • Additional fruit
  • Paleo Caramel, for the rim of the glass, optional

Directions

  1. Add all ingredients to a large pitcher, except carbonated water. Let sit 
  2. Serve over ice with fresh fruit!

Recipe Notes

  • The longer it sits, the better! Make at least two before serving, or up to 24 and let it sit in the fridge.
  • There are many gluten-free vodkas out there, my two favorite are Ciroc Vodka and Tito's Handmade Vodka. Tequila and rum are generally naturally gluten-free. Read labels and be cautious of added flavors.
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Apple Cider Sangria

Gluten Free Apple Muffins

These Healthy Apple Muffins are made with oat flour and are packed with seasonal apples and raisins. These gluten free apple muffins are easy to make, using just one bowl to put together! They make a great on-the-go breakfast or snack, will be a hit with picky kids and are 100% nut-free!

Healthy Apple Muffins with Oats and Raisins

These Healthy Apple Muffins are made with oat flour and coconut flour and are stuffed with shredded apples, cinnamon and raisins. They are the perfect fall breakfast that is happens to be nut-free, gluten-free and refined sugar free! These kid-friendly muffins are easy to make (and a fun baking project with the kids) and because they are nut-free they are safe to send to school. Keep a batch in the freezer and pop in the lunch box in the morning and these healthy oat muffins will be ready to go by the time lunch time hits. They are also a healthy midday snack that truly everyone will love!

Ingredients for Apple Oat Muffins

  • Oat Flour
  • Coconut Flour
  • Unsweetened Apple Sauce
  • Maple Syrup
  • Butter or Coconut Oil
  • Apples
  • Raisins
  • Cinnamon
  • Baking Powder
  • Eggs

What kind of oat flour is best to use?

As we’ve said in previous oat flour recipes, we recommend you buy premade oat flour. It isn’t expensive and it is easy to purchase in most stores. However, if you want to make your own oat flour, you certainly can. We just recommend you try to get it as fine as possible.

How do you measure oat flour

If you have an electronic kitchen scale at home, it’s best to use it here to measure oat flour. Oat flour can be tricky to measure as it can be easily compacted, even straight from the bag. The same goes for coconut flour because such a small difference in measuring it can impact a recipe because it is an absorbent flour. So we’ve included the weight in grams here. Any electronic kitchen scale can switch between grams and ounces, and grams are more precise so we’re offering that. If you don’t have a scale: lightly packing the oat flour into the cup measurement gets you as close to the correct measurement as possible. For coconut flour scoop it in the tablespoon and then level it off.

To Peel or Not to Peel the Apple

The apples are grated before being folded into the batter. Grating the apples both adds moisture to the muffin and makes sure that the apples are cooked through quickly. You can leave the peel on the apple, or you can peel it off. We prefer the texture and nutritional value that leaving the (organic) peel on imparts, but feel free to remove it if you prefer.

How to store Healthy Apple Oatmeal Muffins

We’ve tested storing these at room temperature covered loosely, in an air tight container and in the freezer. They all work! But we prefer to keep these at room temperature covered (in a non-air tight way) for two days at most. The muffins get more moist as the days go on, especially in an airtight container, which can make them feel dense.

So if you want to keep them the freshest, you can store in the freezer. If you are packing these for lunches for kids, or a snack for yourself, you can take them from the freezer the morning of and place in a container. In an hour or two the muffins are defrosted and ready to eat.

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Healthy Apple Muffins with Oats

Prep Time 10:00 Cook Time 00:18 Total Time 10:18 Yields 12

Ingredients

Directions

  1. Preheat oven to 350ºF and line a 12 cup muffin tin with silicone or parchment paper liners.
  2. In a large bowl add eggs, apple sauce, melted butter and maple syrup and whisk together. 
  3. Add oat flour, coconut flour, baking powder, cinnamon and salt and mix with a spatula until smooth.
  4. Fold in raisins and apples.
  5. Fill each muffin cup ¾ full.
  6. Bake in the middle rack for 18-20 minutes, or until the muffins spring back when touched.

Recipe Notes

  1. We’ve found store bought oat flour to be different than homemade. We prefer the texture to store bought and suggest that is what you use.
  2. If you have an electronic scale at home please use it to measure the flour, as these flours are notorious for being difficult to measure with cup measurements.
  3. If your oat flour or coconut flour is very clumpy sift them.
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Our Favorite Gluten Free Apple Recipes

When fall is here apples are the queen of the farmer’s market. Aside from eating fresh, apples are great for baking AND cooking. This post has some of our favorite Gluten Free Apple Recipes!

Gluten Free Apple Recipes

There is no better way to get into the spirit of fall than to include apples in as many dishes as possible. Whether you’ve been apple picking and have a few bushels or couldn’t resist picking up a peck or two at the farmer’s market, we’ve got you covered for our best Gluten Free Apple recipes!

Apple Sage Turkey MeatballsSavory Gluten Free Apple Recipes

Skillet Pork Chops with Apples and Onions: These boneless Pork Chops with Apples recipe is the quintessential fall meal. The pork chops are perfectly cooked and paired with sweet and savory fall flavors like sage, apple cider and apples.

One Pot Apple Cider Braised Chicken: This One-Pot Apple Cider Braised Chicken with Brussels Sprouts and Bacon is the perfect fall meal! Packed with vegetables and hearty autumn flavor, this dish will be the hit of any dinner, weekday or weeknight!

Apple Sage Turkey Meatballs: These Apple Sage Turkey Meatballs are the perfect fall dinner. They’re warm and comforting with just enough hint of spice to make you remember the season has changed. But even better is that you can have them on your table in under 30 minutes after coming home from fantastic fall activities! Oh, and they’re paleo, gluten-free and absolutely kid-friendly!

Sheet Pan Kielbasa Sausage and Sauerkraut Dinner: This Sheet Pan Kielbasa Sausage and Sauerkraut Dinner has unique flavors and is an easy way to get dinner on the table. Aside from prepping up a few veggies it’s largely hands-off cooking which means more time in your life! It’s Paleo and Whole30 friendly and will be a hit with the whole family.

Apple Dill Chicken Salad: This refreshing salad takes 10 minutes to toss together, all in one-bowl for minimal cleanup, and loaded with delicious Fall flavors.

Paleo Apple Scones RecipeSweet Gluten Free Apple Recipes

Apple Upside Down Cake: This cake is unbelievably simple to make and so delicious. It’s grain-free, nut-free and dairy-free but with no shortage of delicious apple cinnamon flavor. It’s perfect to serve up for Rosh Hashanah or to whip up for a weekend baking project after you’ve gone apple picking.

Apple Cider Donuts: Who doesn’t love a good munchkin? These Gluten Free Apple Cider Donuts are grain-free, dairy-free, and free of refined sugar! The batter is made in one bowl and easily baked up in the oven for the perfect fall treat.

Apple Butter: This Slow Cooker Apple Butter has no added sugar and is my all-time favorite Fall spread. It’s Whole30 compliant, paleo-friendly, and is so delicious! It’s filled with in-season fresh apples and fall spices that will make you’re home smell heavenly.

Apple Hand Pies (Gluten-Free): These Apple Hand Pies are such a great fall treat using my popular gluten-free pie crust recipe made with almond flour, and a classic apple pie filling that is heavy on the apple flavor, and perfect for so many things (hello pancakes & waffle topping)! They’re gluten-free and and the cutest thing to bake up with the bushels of fresh apples undoubtedly piling up in people’s homes this fall!  Plus, they are NOT hard to make!

Gluten Free Apple Galette: This Gluten Free Apple Pie has all the markings of the classic version we all know and love: a buttery crust with thinly sliced juicy apples laced with cinnamon and nutmeg. It’s the perfect pie to serve during the holidays or a fun weekend baking project to celebrate the fall season! It’s made using unrefined sweeteners and uses the BEST gluten-free crust.

Gluten Free Apple Pie: This Gluten Free Apple Pie has all the markings of the classic version we all know and love: a buttery crust with thinly sliced juicy apples laced with cinnamon and nutmeg. It’s the perfect pie to serve during the holidays or a fun weekend baking project to mark the fall season! It’s made using unrefined sweeteners and uses the BEST gluten-free crust.

Apple Cider Sangria: This Apple Cider Sangria is everyone’s favorite Fall cocktail! It’s flavorful, packed with cinnamon, ginger, apple cider, and white wine for the perfect dinner party sangria! Serve it with a caramel rim (or opt out for simplicity), make a large pitcher, and enjoy this easy fall cocktail!

Apple Pie Chia Pudding

Breakfast Apple Recipes

Apple Cinnamon Baked Oatmeal: This Apple Cinnamon Baked Oatmeal recipe is just what you need to make for breakfast! It is as good freshly baked as it is for meal prep. This classic flavor combination smells so good when it is baking, and bonus it’s so easy to put together. This dairy-free and gluten free oatmeal bake doesn’t contain any refined sugars and is a great fiber-rich and filling breakfast or snack.

Apple Pie Chia Pudding: Making chia pudding could not be more simple, just like overnight oats. PLUS, you can get creative and make it to satisfy your favorite tastes and/or your sweet tooth. Now that Fall is in the air (and the farm is stocking up with my favorite Fall produce), I wanted to mix in something warm, like warm apple pie filling infused with just the right amount of cinnamon. You with me on this one? Packed with nutrients, delicious, and filling. Pure heaven, and took a total of 3 minutes to prepare!

Gluten-Free Apple Scones: These Gluten-Free Apple Scones are the perfect fall baking recipe. They are light and crumbly and full of apples and cinnamon. They are such a treat to serve to serve on crisp fall morning! I am so excited that we’ve finally perfected the ultimate gluten-free scones that will be the hit of your weekend brunch, the star of the dessert table, or the perfect snack!

Apple Sage Breakfast Sausage: These Apple Sage Breakfast Sausage are the perfect addition to your morning breakfast! They are simple to prepare and packed with flavor.

Apple Oat Muffins: These Healthy Apple Muffins are made with oat flour and are packed with seasonal apples and raisins. These gluten free apple muffins are easy to make, using just one bowl to put together! They make a great on-the-go breakfast or snack, will be a hit with picky kids and are 100% nut-free!

Guide To ApplesGuide To Eating And Baking With Apples

Admittedly, not all apples are created equally. While they all taste delicious, different apples perform better for cooking, eating and baking. Check out this handy guide that outlines 12 different apple varieties for you!

Best Apples for Eating

  • Gala
  • Fuji
  • Red Delicious
  • Golden Delicious
  • Honey Crisp

Best Apples for Baking

  • Cortland
  • Gala
  • Granny Smith
  • Golden Delicious

Best Apples for Apple Sauce

  • Macintosh
  • Cortland
  • Gravenstein
  • Golden Delicious
  • Jonagold

Best Apples for Apple Pie

  • Granny Smith
  • Gala
  • Honey Crisp
  • Cortland

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Gluten Free Apple Recipes

Gluten Free Apple Galette

This Gluten Free Apple Galette is similar to an apple pie with a buttery crust with thinly sliced juicy apple, but easier to put together! It’s the perfect dessert to serve during the holidays or a fun weekend baking project to celebrate the fall season! It’s made using unrefined sweeteners and uses the BEST gluten-free crust.

A whole gluten free apple galette
Gluten-Free Apple Galette Recipe

This Gluten Free Apple Galette is everything you want in an apple dessert for fall: juicy cinnamon apples with just the right hint of spice encased in a buttery pastry. It’s like a classic apple pie without all the work of baking it in a pie dish! We turned to our favorite pie dough that uses almond and tapioca flour and butter.

A galette is very similar to an apple pie, but a bit more rustic in appearance. It also can feel less intimidating to make a galette vs. a pie, and you don’t need a pie tin! The pie crust holds all that apple filling all on its own. This is the quintessential fall dessert to make (or this, or this)!

A gluten free apple galette with ice cream on itIngredients Needed

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paleo apple dessert for fall sliced upTips for Making Gluten Free Pie Crust:

  1. Get all of the ingredients prepared before you begin: Measure out the dry ingredients, cut the butter and make sure it is chilled and crack the egg with the honey in a bowl.
  2. Don’t over-process the dough: Once it has come together stop running the food processor.
  3. Wrap it up! Wrap the dough tightly in plastic wrap, either in 1 or 2 disks, depending on if you are making a double batch.
  4. Let it chill! The longer this dough chills, the better. It’s best to let it sit overnight, but at a minimum it needs 4 hours.

A bite of a gluten free apple galetteTips for Making the Perfect Apple Galette

  1. Make the crust 1-2 days ahead of time.
  2. To roll it out we suggest using plastic wrap. Place a piece of plastic wrap down, then place the dough on top, then place another piece of plastic wrap and roll out between the two. We don’t normally tend to suggest using plastic for anything, but with this dough it really works out better on plastic vs. parchment. If you don’t own plastic wrap (we don’t blame you!) parchment paper can work too. Wax paper might work as well, but we did not test that.
  3. Make sure the crust is cold when rolling it out and working with it. If it’s getting too warm and melty, place it back in the refrigerator for 10-15 minutes.
  4. When peeling and slicing the apples, squeeze apples with lemon juice to prevent browning.
  5. You do not need to make any fancy design when placing the apples inside of the pie crust! But if you want to you can place the apples in concentric circles, overlapping slightly, to look like a flower. Using parchment as aid, fold plain crust border up over apples, pinching any cracks in crust.
  6. Place the rolled out pie dough on a piece of parchment for baking. When folding up the crust around the apples, use the parchment paper as an aid. Pinch together any cracks that form.
  7. You can brush the pie crust with an egg wash made from an egg whisked with a splash of water. Sprinkle the crust with raw sugar, if desired for improved texture and taste!

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Apple Galette

Total Time 0:00

Ingredients

    Crust

    Filling

    Directions

    1. Preheat oven to 350ºF.
    2. In a food processor combine almond flour, tapioca flour, cold butter and sea salt.
    3. Add in raw honey, and egg (not the additional egg yolk) and process until combined.
    4. Transfer dough into the refrigerator for up to 24 hours, refrigerate as long as possible- 6-8 hours minimum.
    5. Remove and roll out between two sheets of parchment paper* until about 12 inches.
    6. In a bowl, combine apple filling ingredients and toss until completely coated.
    7. Place filling in the center of your dough and carefully fold the sides up**
    8. Whisk together one egg yolk, then brush crust with egg yolk mixture and sprinkle with optional coconut sugar or organic turbinado sugar
    9. Bake for about 40-45 minutes or until crust is crispy and golden
    10. Remove and let cool before slicing

    Recipe Notes

    • *Don't roll out too too thin
    • **Use additional tapioca flour on your fingers if the dough gets a little sticky when working with it
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    Traditional Charoset (for Passover!)

    Charoset, also known as haroset, is a mixture of fruits and nuts eaten at the Passover Seder. Traditional Charoset is easy to make, and it’s one of those fly-by-the-seat-of-your-pants recipes, as you adjust as you go! This traditional haroset recipe is naturally gluten-free of course, and is a yummy, sweet condiment.

    Charoset Recipe

    Traditional Charoset

    Growing up, haroset was a childhood staple at our holiday. We’d make a batch as a condiment of sorts for our Passover sedar plate, and end up eating it for days on Matzo (now gluten-free matzo), or just as a yummy side by the spoonful! Since we always ended up enjoying it for days, we always made a bigger batch! You can always scale this down of course.

    Charoset Recipe

    Traditional Charoset is made of…

    • Diced apples
    • Chopped walnuts
    • Red wine
    • Cinnamon
    • And a few fun choices you can add in optionally

    How long can you keep charoset?

    The charoset can be made up to 3 days before serving and can be stored, covered, in the refrigerator. We love making it early and letting it soak up all the added flavor. This also reduces the strong wine flavor that you’ll notice when you make it initially.

    Haroset without wine

    You can use grape juice if you don’t want to use a sweet wine! Kedem was always the favorite growing up! Though, I haven’t checked those ingredients probably ever!

    Traditional Charoset Recipe

    Okay, the answer I know you’ve been waiting for…

    Haroset pronunciation

    • In Israel the spelling and pronunciation is “charoset,” with a more guttural “ch” sound.
    • The other pronunciation is a softer Ashkenazic “h” sound.

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    Traditional Charoset

    Prep Time 00:10 Cook Time 00:00 Inactive Time 00:00 Total Time 00:10 Serves 10

    Ingredients

    Directions

    1. In large bowl, stir together all ingredients. Store, covered, at room temperature until ready to serve. If making it early, store covered in the refrigerator.

    Recipe Notes

    • I like to make ours the day before and store in the refrigerator.
    • You can toast the walnuts if desired, but I never do! 
    • We don't recommend using a food processor to dice your apples, simply use a knife and cut them up small.
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    Sheet Pan Kielbasa Sausage and Sauerkraut Dinner

    This Sheet Pan Kielbasa Sausage and Sauerkraut Dinner has unique flavors and is an easy way to get dinner on the table. Aside from prepping up a few veggies it’s largely hands-off cooking which means more time in your life! It’s Paleo and Whole30 friendly and will be a hit with the whole family.

    Sheet Pan Sausage and Veggies

    Sheet Pan Kielbasa Sausage and Sauerkraut Dinner

    Another Sheet Pan Dinner for the win! We love the unique flavor combination in this Sheet Pan Kielbasa Sausage and Sauerkraut Dinner! The cauliflower, potatoes and smoky kielbasa are complimented nicely with the sweet apples and sour sauerkraut. It’s easy to throw together using only a sheet pan and your oven! This would also make a good meal prep lunch as well! Make a double batch to serve as dinner and few make ahead portions or make the whole batch for lunches.

    And sauerkraut is a great way to get a nice hit of probiotics naturally so we always love to sneak in these foods whenever possible. Plus, if you’ve never tried the combo of salty sausage with sweet apples and umami sour sauerkraut, we promise you’ll love it.

    Sheet pan sausage and vegetables

    Whenever we make sheet pan recipes we always try to harness what makes this oft overlooked cooking tool amazing: it produces perfectly cooked food that doesn’t require much attention other than to set a timer and add in ingredients. The recipe sometimes indicates moving the food around the sheet pan, and this is because depending on how you position the food it uses different cooking techniques. In this recipe we first have the cauliflower, potatoes and apples spread out evenly on a pan so that they can roast. Next we have you pile them close together to finish cooking with the power of steam and add the kielbasa, with a splash of oil on top to help bring the flavor all together. And finally we like cooking the kielbasa whole because it gets a nice crisp skin.

    Kielbasa sheet pan recipes

    Tips for sheet pan cooking:

    • Sheet pan dinners are the best. Make sure to read the recipe all the way through (of course) and plan to use a timer! This way you can truly walk away from the oven and not have to worry about when you need to add anything for the next step.
    • Do the prep ahead of time: Cut cauliflower and onions the night before and mix with oil and spices, then you only have to cut apple and potatoes once you are ready for the actual cooking.
    • Use the correct size sheet pan. When we say sheet pan we are referring to the rimmed half sheet pan which is 18″ by 13″. The size of the sheet pan matters because you do not want to overcrowd the pan when cooking, so if you are using a smaller sheet pan you may need to use 2 to achieve the same result.

    What is Kielbasa

    Polish kielbasa is traditionally made from ground pork. Kielbasa (from Polish kiełbasa) is any type of meat sausage from Poland, and it’s a staple of Polish cuisine.

    What are the best sausages to buy

    We purchased natural nitrate free Kielbasa at Whole Foods. If that isn’t an option we like to shop organic and local whenever possible for our sausage! Ask your local butcher if you can’t find the quality you want in your local market.

    Kielbasa and sauerkraut dinner

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    Sheet Pan Kielbasa and Sauerkraut Dinner

    Prep Time 00:15 Cook Time 00:43 Inactive Time 00:02 Total Time 01:00 Serves 4

    Ingredients

    • 1 onion, sliced
    • ½ head medium cauliflower (about 12 ounces), cut into florets
    • 12 small baby yukon gold potatoes (about 1” big), halved
    • 2 fuji, or other crisp apple, cored and cut into 6 pieces each
    • 2 tablespoons avocado oil
    • 1 teaspoon fine sea salt
    • 1 teaspoon ground black pepper
    • 1 teaspoon dried thyme
    • ½ teaspoon smoked paprika
    • ½ teaspoon onion powder
    • ½ teaspoon garlic powder
    • Pinch cayenne pepper (optional)
    • 1-12 ounce polish kielbasa
    • 1-½ cups sauerkraut, semi drained

    Directions

    1. Pre-heat oven to 400ºF.
    2. On a sheet pan combine onion, cauliflower, potatoes, apples, oil and all the spices and toss to combine and then spread out evenly.
    3. Bake for 25 minutes, stirring halfway through.
    4. Remove and move all of the vegetables towards the middle of the sheet pan, creating a small pile. Place kielbasa on top and drizzle the sausage with a bit of avocado oil and place back in the oven for 15 minutes.
    5. Remove from oven and place 1-½ cups of sauerkraut on one side of the sheet tray and continue to bake until the sauerkraut is just slightly warmed, about 3 minutes.
    6. Remove and let sit until the kielbasa is cool enough to handle, about 2 minutes. Slice kielbasa into ¼” slices on the bias and divide sausage and veggies into four portions. Serve with whole grain mustard.

    Recipe Notes

    1. If Whole30 check to make sure your kielbasa is compliant.
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