How to Make a Gluten Free Cookie Crust & Pie

We all need those delicious Gluten Free recipes that remind us of mom’s special cooking for the holidays. The 4th of July is no different. I am sure that you are going to a BBQ and wondering what am I going to bring and can I eat it. Check out how easy it is to make a cookie crumb crust with step by step photo instructions! Nobody will know that it is not only gluten-free, but low-fat!

1 Box of Dr. Lucy’s Gluten Free Cookies Cinnamon Thin

Place the cookies in a strong resealable plastic bag. Press out the excess air.

Use a rolling pin or the palms of your hand to crumble the cookies in the bag. Feel free to take out a little aggression on the bag. I like to whack it a few times before I begin rolling.

Continue moving the pressing on the cookies over the resealable bag until the cookies are in small crumbs.

Place 1/4 cup (4 ounces) melted butter and 1 box of Dr. Lucy’s cookie crumbs in a large bowl.

Stir ingredients until completely combined.

Pour the mixture into a lightly greased glass pie plate. Pat the cookie crumb mixture into the pan. Push from the bottom and up the sides. This works best when using your hands.

Soften one carton of Arctic Zero Vanilla Maple Frozen Desserts.

Scoop out softened Arctic Zero Frozen Desserts into Dr. Lucy cookie crumble pie crust.

Mold into Dr. Lucy’s cookie crumble pie crust and drizzle Hershey’s Chocolate Syrup across top of pie.

Place pie in the freezer for at least 2 hours. Serve and enjoy!! Happy 4th of July!!

QOTD: Though this might not be a question, but a request, I would love if you could please share an easy gluten-free recipe.

6 thoughts on “How to Make a Gluten Free Cookie Crust & Pie

  1. I’m new to this whole Gluten free thing since I’m doing a 21 day cleanse. Sorry no recipe ideas yet but yours looks really good 🙂 I love how you took some pre-made items to create something new in no time at all. May need to make this tomorrow.

    • Best of luck on your 21 day cleanse. Who knows you may stay GF longer than the 21 days, it has made me feel so much better! I consider myself an “assembler” not a cook so the easier the better!! I like to think of Whole Foods as my kitchen with a personal chef for every cuisine desired. I am there almost nightly for dinner!

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