There has been a wispy bit of cool air blowing around here in the San Juan mountains. With the crispness in the air I get really excited for fall and of course my favorite season winter. Flavors that swoon include apples, cinnamon and pumpkin pie spice. I created this Nutty Apple Tart with cool days in mind, but it is equally as good in the heat of the summer.
What is not to love about a tart loaded with apples, fruit jam and nuts? Have you ever tried St. Dalfour Fruit Conserves? They come in every flavor you could possible imagine and they are 100% fruit, have no added sugar and no preservatives. Trader Joe’s had great 100% fruit jams too. Love that.
You know what I also love? Bob’s Red Mill…..they have every high quality flour, grain, pancake mix, etc. you could possible imagine. They are easy to find too. If you can’t find these products locally, then you can easily order online. Or win my giveaway…..
I made sure this tart was gluten free to0 so everyone can enjoy it. It is also vegan, even cooler huh?!
This tart has the texture of a Linzer tart cookie and layers and layers of flavor. Linzer tarts use nuts and flour as a base for the cookie, so it makes sense that my creation would have a similar flair. We are nuts about nuts over here. I used a combo of pistachios & pine nuts as a topping.
Using quinoa, oat and almond flour gives a great dimension of texture and flavor. I first learned about blanched almond flour earlier this year from Elana of Elana’s Pantry. She knows a thing or two about great food. Almond flour is addictive in baked goods. It is buttery, rich and bakes up perfectly. The good thing is it is also good for you.
Think of this recipe like a sweet pizza, layer it with the fruits, nuts and jams of your choice. Whatever you have available should be perfect. You can play around with the flours too. Let me know what you come up with and how it works out. I love learning new things. When you guys experiment with my recipes I always learn so much!
Have you ever noticed that tarts can be made in so many different ways? Some have creamy tops, some fruity, some have crust on the top and bottom, some are pop tarts. Any which way they are great. Just know that I enjoy this tart often for breakfast, lunch, brunch and snacks. A little piece satisfies in a big way.
Do you have a favorite tart recipe? What are your favorite toppings?
Tart Recipe Links
- Apple Pie Pop Tarts Raspberri Cupcakes
- Nectarine and Honey Tarts Carrots n Chocolate
- No Bake Fruit Tarts Honest Cooking
- Nut Free Mango Lime Pies Love Raw
- Peach Pastry Cream Tarts Craving Chronicles
- S’mores Tarts Dawn’s Recipes
- Summer Fruit Crostata MarlaMeridith.com
This giveaway is now closed. Thanks for your entries. Congrats to Irina from Perfect Paradox World #62 and Tiffany #197.
Because I love you & I want to see you eating healthy, fabulous food I have an awesome Bob’s Red Mill giveaway for you. 2 winners get to choose any four products from their vast product line. From whole grain flours, coconut flour, nut flours, flaxseed, cake, pancakes, waffle, muffin mixes, gluten free, filled with gluten. Your choice. Bob’s will send you the standard size packages ranging from 12 oz to 28 oz. You can pick from any four small, pre pack items (in other words, not 5 lb bags). You are not limited to flour. Anything goes! The value of this ranges because you can customize your order.
How to Enter
Leave some comments….tell me why you want and need some Bob’s Red Mill in your life. What is your favorite thing to bake? You have until Sunday, August 28th, 12 midnight PST to enter this giveaway. TWO winners will be chosen via random.org and will have 3 days to respond or a new winner will be selected. Open to residents of the USA.
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304 thoughts on “Nutty Apple Tarts – Gluten Free & Vegan”
I would use these products in everything. I’m a huge buyer of Bob’s Red Mill products, especially the whet bran and the almond meal. Their new granola is good too. I wish they came out with some peanut flour!
I would like to try some of Bob’s Red Mill flours. They are usually more expensive around here and would LOVE to try their quinoa flour. I love to bake pretty much everything.
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Gorgeous tart! Looks delicious! I most frequently use flax and quinoa, and I’m intrigued by the quinoa flour!
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I need Bob’s Red Mill products because I need a variety of flours for my baking. I’m trying to learn new ways to incorporate healthy ingredients into my baked goods.
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We live on an orchard and our apple harvest has just begun so I was excited to see this recipe! I am always looking for something new to do with Apples! Although, cobbler or crisp is my favorite!!
I would probably make this tart. My daughter would LOVE this!!!
This looks magical. I woke up thinking about apples and how it was almost time. I’m definitely going to make this : ) Hope you’re having fun in the mountains! Miss you!
p.s. Amazing giveaway, I love Bob’s.
I want the coconut flour!!!
A divine looking tart! What an interesting combination of ingredients.
I love to bake cookies, and a rhubarb cake that’s more rhubarb than cake!
Beautiful tart and I love Bob’ Red Mill!
I would love to try some of your fancy recipes with these products – I never have the right ingredients
One thing I might get is the muesli – I love that stuff!
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I love all of your fruit pizzas! And that crust – give me that with some of that jam and I would be one happy girl!
What a beautiful tart Marla!
Love this – think I’ll make it with peaches since they are SO SO good here in Provence – yes I know feel so so sorry for me do! xxx
oh I want this!
I want to make my daughter and I some healthy snack foods. such as some homemade snack bars (like nutri grain)
i’d love to make breakfast bake with buckwheat flour!
I’d pick all purpose flour, organic quinoa flour, white rice flour, and unbleached white flour
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My favorite thing to bake is banana bread!
I’d definitely but Bob’s to good use as I’ve went wheat free as of late since my allergy has returned 😛 Probably make some quinoa brownies or some almond tarts!
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Arrowroot Starch, Almond Meal/Flour, Potato Flour, Xanthan Gum
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Yum! Your tart looks so beautiful…a work of art. As for baking, I’d love to try baking with almond flour….cookies sound right up my alley! 🙂
My partner is newly gluten free so I would use the Bob’s Red Mill flours to bake treats for him!
Unbleached White Pastry Flour, Almond Flour, Nutritional Yeast, and Whey Protein Concentrate. Yummm! 🙂 Thank you for the giveaway Marla!
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I recently became Vegan and these products will help me to make a variety of different vegan recipes! 🙂
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there are so many bob’s products i wanna try! i’d make cornbread.
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oh, and i’d love to try their quinoa flour!
ohmygoodness!!! That tart looks divine!! I made a plum rosemary socca tart a few weeks ago, and I am excited to try this one!
I adore Bob’s Red Mill. They have so many great gf flours. The only problem with this giveaway is that it is going to be hard to pick my favorites if I win! 😛
I’ll probably create some kind of cinnamon roll-have been dying to make some!
I would probably choose coconut flour, almond flour, teff flour, and maybe some hazelnut? Hmmm….tough decision!
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I would get some chia seeds (never tried them, but they are such a staple in all of you HL bloggers lives!) and some barley for some overnight barley oats!Yummy
Mallory, chia seeds are fun! Love the gelatinous texture & how they thicken things up. A great high energy food! Overnight barley oats sounds wonderful!
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If I won I would want GF oat flour, Honey oat granola, wheat germ and almond meal/flour!
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I would honestly bake this tart! I love it!
I’ve been wanting to try out almond flour for ages! I would probably make some sort of dessert…cupcakes anyone?!?
Irina, cupcakes are always a win. With almond flour even better. I have a few muffin recipes using almond flour, you can add frosting to if you wish to make cupcakes.
Gluten Free Mango Muffins
Gluten Free Lemon Poppy Seed Muffins
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I’ve gotten a ton of fruit from my CSA, so I could really use Bob’s Red Mill to make these delicious tarts!
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I would love to have Bob’s Spelt Flour to use in making pizza dough. It has the benefits of whole wheat, but I hope it would avoid the extra gluten.
Kate, I love baking with spelt. It has a wonderful flavor and I feel great after eating it too. A nice change from the whole wheat.
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I have been wanting to try some of my favorite baked goods with almond flour and this would be the perfect opportuniy! I’ve also heard such good things about Bob’s Red Mill! Thanks for a great giveaway!
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Almond Meal/Flour, Whole Grain Teff, Hulled Hemp Seed, Organic Amaranth Grain
Some of these are not even available at my local stores! I’ve been dying to try them 🙂
Irina, I have not tried the hemp seed products. Need to. How would you use those. In breads? Hot cereals?
I love the colors in this apple tart!
Thanks Allison, the colors in this tart make me happy too 🙂
Ooo I ALWAYS need Bob’s Red Mill in my life. Their products are amazing. I end up with the best baked goods.
I plan to bake a pizza crust recipe I found that uses oat flour! One of my favorite Bob’s Red Mill products.
I would love some Bob’s Red Mill products. We use them and it’s helping keep the 8 of us healthy!
Christy, 8 of you?? OMG. Yes, you do have a lot of mouths to feed & keep healthy. Lots of god home cooking I am sure!
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I’d like to try new versions of cake using different grains, as well as mixing up my usual morning oatmeal by having millet, teff, or even creamy quinoa for breakfast instead!
Oddly enough I think I’d most like to try the green pea flour! I think it would a good addition to savory flour dishes, like cornbread!
Green pea flour??? Had no idea such a thing existed. I am all about this idea. For soups, casseroles, stews, crock pot meals. Your idea of adding it to cornbread is fabulous!
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Wow, I just checked the website and didn’t realize they offered such a variety. I’d definitely want to order the hulled millet and teff, and I’d like to try the cranberry and flageolet beans too!
Cellabella, I had no idea they had those beans too. I need to be on the lookout. Will be great for soups this fall.
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I love to make pancakes with Bob’s Red Mill! I also have some of their TVP and granola at the house that I’m planning to make into granola bars or bites. Yum!
Heidi. what is TVP?? They have granola too. i did not even know that! Cool. I will be on the lookout.
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I would love to try Bob’s nutritional yeast as well as some of their flours.
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What a great giveaway! I would make this apple tart. It looks so delicious!!!
Ooooo, pizza crusts! In my face. NOW.
So beautiful! I love how you decorated these tarts…if they taste half as good as they look I can imagine they’d be insanely good!
Heather, these tarts are #addictive.
I would love to make GF angel food cake!
Heavenly, fluffy, Gluten free, angel clouds of cake. 😀
Alli, that does sound heavenly and fluffy. A GF Angel Food cake. Do share the recipe with us if you have one.
We love to make breads with all the specialty flours. My husband especially likes the rye flour.
Nancy, I have never tried the rye flour. I need to add that to my list of “must try!”
I would love to make a breakfast cake out of the quinoa flour
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Whole wheat pastry flour, chick pea flour, steel cut outs, I could go on and on!
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I would love oats, whole wheat flour, corn flour and pancakes.
I would like to make granola bars with the products.
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Awesome giveaway! I would love to try their GF mix since I’ve never baked anything with GF flours before, but my boyfriend’s mom was recently diagnosed with celiacs, so I need to learn before she visits! 🙂
I would use the Bob’s Red Mill GF mix to make some cookies for my boyfriend’s mom.
I’d pick the GF All Purpose Baking Flour, Organic Coconut Flour, Organic Kamut Flour, and Organic 7 Grain Pancake Mix..I think…it would be hard to choose! 🙂 🙂
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My sister has had to go to a gluten free diet and I am learning to bake gluten free for her. Winning these would be wonderful! I love to bake…and eat…bread!
2. I will bake breads with the Bob’s Mill products!!
I am moving and this will require me to throw out any open pantry items. This will be great in restocking my flours and baking mixes!
I love Bobs gluten free rolled oats. They are delicious cooked stove top or in granola bars!
Lovely pictures as usual and great giveaway.
I need Bob’s b/c I am largely GF and they truly do make the best GF blends, period.
Averie, they sure do! Great for those of us who need the best 😉
2. I would like the almond flour, Organic Coconut Flour, Brown Rice Flour, and the GF All Purpose Baking Flour.
Debi, I love their brown rice flour. A big hit in my Gluten Free Strawberry Whoopie Pies.
Debi, I love their brown rice flour and use often. They are awesome in my Gluten Free Strawberry Whoopie Pies.
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And congrats on your Marcus gig and also saw foodiecrush feature a recipe of yours today (didnt comment on her post). you’re everywhere! 🙂
Everywhere….ya think?? Trying my best 😉 xxoo
We need this as we are a mostly gluten free house! I would use it in all my baking:)
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We’re new to gluten free and trying all sorts of stuff. I’m especially interested in the almond flour.
I will cook some bread, make myself some hot cereal, etc!
The almond flour and the instant oats look great.
2. I would love to try their coconut granola, the country rice blend, the sweet brown rice(sounds yummy!!!) and their cracked wheat…I keep seeing it in the store and have been wanting to try it…
I love making pizza for my hubby using Bob’s Sorghum and Tapioca Flour! Its one of the few GF foods he asks for all the time!
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At this time of year I have loads of great baking apples from my trees. Thank you for this beautiful recipe.
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This tart looks fabulous, Marla. I’m still holding on to the last of the summer ingredients, but this looks like a great recipe to welcome fall flavors!
I’ll try making this tart! I’ve been meaning to buy quinoa flour for a while, but have worried that it will have the bitter flavor. So, I’d love to try it.
I would use the flour to try some new pancake recipes 🙂
I’d love: quinoa flour, gluten free oat flour, millet flour, and hazelnut flour.
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I already use Bob’s Red Mill products so I’d get the flaxseed which I grind and add to smoothies and maybe the blue cornmeal which I make into tortillas, then bake them off and cut into wedges for chips and dipping…yum!
Linda, I have never tried their blue corn meal – must do so soon 🙂
Great looking post and gluten-free recipe. Fun, awesome giveaway girl!
Beautiful apple tarts… hats off to you!
I love using the Almond Meal Flour as a topping with herbs and garlic on a roasted salmon dish. It makes a wonderful crust! And I would like to try his new granola! These products are all top notch. Thanks for providing this giveaway.
Alissa, salmon is my all time favorite food & I have never tried a topping like this. I must ASAP! Thanks for telling me about your recipe.
I love the rolled oats, we use them for breakfast cookies. Which are great for school mornings. There are a few products of Bob’s that we done get locally and would love to try them. Thanks!
Great photos! I would like the flours for baking
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Marla! You have outdone yourself! That tart is beyond gorgeous! I love the design you did with the apple slices! Your food styling and photography is absolutely incredible! Love love love it! So simple and beautiful.
Gorgeous! It’s hot as heck, here, natch.
lovely giveaway but I am in Canada
delicious looking dessert looks wonderful
Wow the tart is to die for! I’d love to try almond meal, but for some reason I could not find it in our health food stores here, even though the chain carries quite a lot of Bob’s Red Mill stuff. Too bad I am a world away from you 🙁 Boo haha.
Love this tart recipe, full of whole grain flours, fruit and nuts! Bob’s Red Mill flours are one of my favorites – I have an assortment of their flours in my cupboards now, but I would love to try their oat flour, one that I have never tried.
Beautiful tart! I love that blue tablecloth underneath it too. I wish winter was my favorite season! I dread the cold weather every year…I’m a summer gal at heart. But fall apple tarts, those I can look forward to!
I like to use Bob’s Red Mill whole wheat pastry flour. It has enabled my family to eat healthy muffins instead of the processed Martha White mix. Love it!
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Why do I need Bob’s Red Mill in my life? Because their stuff is always high quality and delicious…and they make EVERYTHING! I know if I need it, they make it and that makes me happy.
Seriously Nikki, they make everything! Love that 🙂
I love Bob’s red mill! It is so healthy, fresh, and local.
I make Apple tarts and Key lime pie crusts out of Bob’s. I love the way they taste, makes me feel I am not missing anything from excluding wheat out of my diet (I suffer from a severe wheat allergy). Foods I never thought I would enjoy, I now have back in my life, because of Bob’s. Again, thank you.
Hanna, that is so cool to hear. Cutting out wheat is not as hard as people think. At first a bit tricky & then a whole new world of great flavors open up. Not to mention great health if gluten intolerant.
I’m dying to try the graham flour. So many yummy recipes. Something involving s’mores maybe?
Kari, I have that graham flour. Gotta make some homemade graham crackers some day with it…..love those things.
I love Bob’s Red mill and My favorite thing to bake is bread.
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I would love Bob’s Steel cut oats, Gluten, Barley flour and rye flour.
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There are mainly 2 reasons why I want Bob’s Red Mill’s products in my life.
First, I want my family to eat healthier than how we are now. With Bob’s Red Mill’s products, that would be a big help and make reaching that goal easier.
Second, many of my friends are now on gluten free diets. Quite a few are vegans too. It had been a challenge for me when we have gatherings and I need to come up with different dishes that everyone can enjoy. 🙂
Amy, you are right. Having a stash of Bob’s GF flours around would be very helpful for healthy family eats and for unexpected guests 😉
I love cupcakes! I can’t wait to make some gluten free and vegan cupcakes to share with my friends on our next gatherings.
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I would like to try to make those Nutty Apple Tarts. They look AMAZING! We just recently switched to gluten free and I’m a bit lost. I could really use this to try out new recipes. Thank you for the chance to win.
Tiffany, at the beginning it might be a bit confusing to go gluten free. After you get the hang of it, not a big deal at all. You will not miss the gluten products one bit 🙂
I would love to try GF Brownie Mix from Bob’s Red Mill.
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Recently, I started to bake more often. I would love to try healthier recipies and I think these flours would be a great way to start.
I love their almond flour and oat flour. I add a little almond flour to nearly everything including morning oat meal. I have neve tried the quinoa flour. I would love to try that.
We use Bob’s Red Mill products because we are gluten intolerant family & we trust & like their products!
Heather, it is so awesome to know you have a brand you can trust.
Marla, I happen to love sweet pizzas and this is SO pretty! That make it doubly good. 🙂
I love Bob’s Red Mill products, and the tart looks absolutely amazing. I’ll definitely be trying it soon.
The apple tart looks so pretty!
I would love to win their gluten-free products so I can bake for my sister!
I’d go through your recipe index and make everything I had time for:-)
I’d love to try their Gluten-free flour
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My son is ADHD, ODD and Bipolar. We are trying to take our life Gluten free to help him and I am gluten sensitive as is my daughter. We would love to try new products. We live in a very rural type area with no health food stores that are convienent and a very limited grocery store.
I would get the flour so we could bake again. The corn flour for making tortillas…. I really miss tortillas as we are hispanic. TVP to try ti increase our protein intake while keeping calories in check.
I LOVE Bob’s products! They’ve been a life saver since I chose a gluten free lifestyle. I’m very fond of the gluten free oats and various flours..
I love Bob’s Red Mill. So many great products! But are you really asking me to choose a favourite tart? I am not sure I can!
could eat this for breakfast, afternoon snack and an evening snack – am surprised at how much i love baking w/different grains!
Love it!!! I LOVE the bob’s TVP in the organic version which is TSP! Beautiful GORGEOUS vegan photos!!!!!!! 🙂
I recently bought a bread machine book with over 300 recipes. There are a lot of extra ingredients that are produced by Bob’s Red Mill. My husband is totally spoiled and won’t eat “store bought” bread anymore. I make him a loaf to take to work and he makes sandwiches all week.
1. Buckwheat Flour
2. Light Rye Flour
4. Barley Flour
I am currently on the elimination diet in order to feed my miracle daughter my breast milk. Therefore, i can’t eat gluten. Also, I have a corn sensitivity, so I love using the Arrowroot powder for making my own corn-free baking powder and for making “powdered sugar” with Arrowroot and powdered stevia! You can find those recipes on my website!
I already love the following Bob’s products:
Brown Rice Flour
And I’d love to try these products:
GF All Purpose Flour
Organic Coconut Flour
Organic Kamut Flour
Organic Buckwheat Groats
GF Pizza Crust Mix
Organic Amaranth Flour
It will be hard to narrow it down to just 4! haha
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This tart looks perfectly gorgeous, healthy, and Marla! I love Bob’s Red Mill, and me and my girls live on their 10-grain pancake & waffle mix that we love adding fresh fruit to for the yummiest pancakes. I’ve been recently buying the almond flour as well, as I venture into the world of french macarons! 🙂
Rosie, I bet you will have a blast with those french macarons. Can’t wait to see them on your blog. We love that 10-grain pancake mix too. The fruit is a great add in. Sometimes I add pumpkin purée, cinnamon & some chopped pecans. OK now I am starving 🙂
I’ve been needing to experiment with making my own pizza crust – The organic, pre-made, pre-cooked, packaged stuff is about $5 a pop for a 12in crust! Yikes.
I would love to spend a Sunday playing in the kitchen with pizza dough with help from Bob’s Red Mill 🙂
I would make loads and loads of gluten-free treats for myself and my friends! It’s been impossible to find gluten-free flours, and it can be too time-consuming to make my own almond flour. In comes Bob’s Red Mill!
I would definitely want to try the gluten-free flour mix, and also the quinoa and almond things. So YUM!
I have never seen a fruit decoration done that beautifully. It just caught my attention completely 🙂
LOVE Bob’s Red Mill … all the wonderful gluten-free options!
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I’d love to give them a shot in order to branch out from what I have felt forced to call “variety” (All-Purpose, Whole Wheat… and Cake).
bob’s mill is great–the variety they offer is unbeatable! frankly, i’d like a sample of each and every product in their line. too much? 🙂
I LOVE Bob’s Red Mill cereals!! Haven’t tried the flours and would love to…Baking is my passion so it’d be nice to try new flours.
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I’ve wanted to try out some non-traditional flours for baking for a while now, but haven’t taken the time to invest. If I got Bob’s Mill flours, I would have a baking fiesta– muffins, breads, cookies…you name it!
I would get oat flours, organic amaranth flour, organic spelt flour, and chia seed
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I’ve started a new love for macarons, so almond meal is a must and I’d love to try Bob’s!
Favorite things to bake is definitely bread pudding!
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I need Bob’s almond flour…it costs $16 for 1 pound and I make macarons to sell… you can imagine my bill…. But theirs is the BEST for macarons!
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P.S. I absolutely love love love your tarts… and can you teach me how to photograph as beautifully as you? K? Thanks! xo
Awww, thanks Kate. You are so sweet! I would love to have you join me for a photo session. I think you live far away though??
Wow this looks incredible and what a great giveaway! As always, your pictures are absolutely gorgeous!! 🙂
Wow what a great giveaway! I need Bob’s Red Mill in my life b/c being gluten, dairy, and largely grain free I rely heavily on non-traditional flours and products produced by Bob’s Red Mill. My favorite thing to bake are tarts – I make the crust with almond flour and sometimes a bit of coconut. The filling is often a cream filling made with coconut cream and I top it with seasonal fruit.
Thanks for a great giveaway!!!
I could use some Bob’s Red Mill in my life because I am going off to college in about 3 weeks and their flours and other products come in such convenient and easily storable sizes perfect for my little dorm! My favorite thing to bake would probably have to be muffins 🙂
I would bake things like muffins wit their whole wheat flours and I would use their chia seeds and flax seeds to put on top of cereals, yoghurts, and whatever else I feel like topping with them.
I would love these products because I’m making a promise to myself to eat less processed foods and make my health a priority. I love cooking and these products would help me do this. Plus I want to try your tart!!! 🙂
If I win, I would want their Chia Seed, Organic Quinoa Grain, Organic Buckwheat Groats, and Gluten Free Rolled Oats.
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I’ve been wanting to try a recipe for teff porridge. Bob’s Red Mill is one of the few places where whole grain teff is available! I also want to try baking with teff flour.
I want to try baking with the almond flour available at Bob’s Red Mill, and I also want to try their gluten-free rolled oats.
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I really enjoy baking and am always looking for new and interesting things to make. This would help me do that.
I would make strawberry muffins first.
I would definitely get some almond meal. I’d also get some whole wheat flour. I’ve heard interesting things about using black bean powder, so I may try that, too. I might also try hazelnut flour–it would probably be great in some hazelnut cookies!
Liz, hazelnut flour sounds awesome. I need to get some of that too. I agree it would be great in baking or how about breading for fish or chicken?? OK, need some now 🙂
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I love Bob’s Red Mill products, from the flours to the hot cereals to the grains. There a few that I’ve been meaning to try but haven’t had a chance to yet, like the almond flour
Looks so good! 🙂
I’d like to try their almond flour (haven’t yet) as well as their Masa Harina. I started making my own corn tortillas because wheat flour tortillas don’t agree with me any more. (Gluten intolerance? Not sure yet.) But I’m thankful for quality products like these and quality recipes like yours!
Thanks Kimby! Not sure I have ever had Masa Harina. Is it corn flour? Gosh, Bob’s makes everything. You gotta try the almond flour. Not only GF, but the flavor is awesome & you can use it for so many things. I also love that it is great for low-carb diets.
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Love the way you’ve decorated the tart. I always have their almond flour on hand for baking.
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I’ve been itching to try almond flour in something- likely a crust of some sort….yum, can’t wait!
Such a beautiful tart, so elegantly decorated, and what perfect timing as I just happened to pick up some quinoa flour the other day.
I need Bob in my life because I have been DYING for some carbs!!! If I could make some GF bread or treats I would just be so happy. I cant even tell you! 🙂
Marla! That tart is GORGEOUS!!! Oh, gosh….Bob’s Red Mill. What wouldn’t I like to try. I’m always baking and love to look at the specialty flours that Bob’s offers, but don’t buy them often. I’d definitely love to experiment with some Tapioca flour and Almond meal!
Bridget, I have never tried the tapioca flour…..sounds really good though. Wondering how you would use it. I am sure it is so adaptable. Did you have a particular recipe in mind?
I want to make cookies!!
This apple tart is the most beautiful piece of food I’ve ever seen – I can only imagine it will taste just as great!
I think I just found my new favorite recipe for fruit tarts! This looks scrumptious and beautiful. Thank you for linking to my No-Bake Fruit Tarts on Honest Cooking. Have a great holiday weekend.
Hi Nancy, I am so glad you are liking my nutty apple tarts. I must make another one some time soon. My pleasure to link to your No-Bake tarts. They look wonderful!
This is a great post. I love using Bob’s Red Mill flours in all my baking and cooking. I would however like to state a very important fact that those allergic to Gluten, like my son, cannot eat oats. Oats is not a gluten free grain. However, I notice that one can now buy gluten free oats. I would love to know how they get oats to suddenly be gluten-free?
“I made sure this tart was gluten free to so everyone can enjoy it.”
Everyone, but those of us allergic to nuts I’m afraid.
I think this recipe sounds great! I have a vegan sister in law and I am going to make this at the next party!
This looks really yummy, I’m not gluten allergic but I think we could all benefit from cutting it out from our diet as much as possible. Thanks!
This looks so delicious, do you have any idea how to substitute sugar for the stevia? Most people don’t realize stevia is related to ragweed, a problem for those of us with ragweed allergy.
Hi Lee, I am not sure about the sugar measurements….if you experiment let me know what you come up with!