Apple Oatmeal Cream Pie

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Hey there, fellow foodies and health-conscious pals! Are you ready to embark on a flavor-packed journey that’s as guilt-free as it is delicious? Today, I’m beyond excited to share with you a recipe that’s sure to tantalize your taste buds and leave you craving more: Apple Oatmeal Cream Pie!

But wait, it gets even better—these mouthwatering treats are not only bursting with apple-y goodness but also sugar-free, gluten-free, and dairy-free. Yep, you heard that right—indulgence without the guilt! So, grab your apron and get ready to whip up a batch of these heavenly pies that prove you can have your cake (or pie!) and eat it too, even on a health-conscious journey. Let’s dive into the recipe and treat ourselves to some wholesome, guilt-free indulgence!

Angela of Grassfed Mama shares healthy tips for busy moms.
Angela of Grassfed Mama shares healthy tips for busy moms.

Apple Oatmeal Cream Pies (Sugar Free, Gluten Free, Egg Free, Dairy Free, Low Fat)

Oatmeal Cookies are a childhood favorite of mine. I love oatmeal cookies and cream together. Traditional oatmeal cookies are loaded with sugar and gluten. With this Apple Oatmeal Cream Pie recipe, you can enjoy the prefect combination of both flavor and health benefits.

Health Benefits of Apples

Let’s delve into the delightful world of apples and uncover their amazing health benefits:

1. Packed with Nutrients

Apples are a nutritional powerhouse, boasting an impressive array of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. From vitamin C to potassium to dietary fiber, these crunchy fruits are a nutrient-packed addition to any diet.

2. Rich in Fiber

One of the standout health benefits of apples is their high fiber content. A single medium-sized apple provides a significant portion of your daily fiber needs, promoting digestive health, supporting weight management, and helping you feel fuller for longer.

3. Heart-Healthy

Apples are good for your ticker! The soluble fiber found in apples helps lower cholesterol levels, while the antioxidants in apples, particularly flavonoids, can help reduce the risk of heart disease by lowering blood pressure and inflammation.

4. Supports Weight Management

Looking to shed a few pounds? Snacking on apples can be a delicious and satisfying way to support your weight loss goals. Their high fiber and water content make them filling, while their natural sweetness satisfies cravings for sugary treats.

5. Boosts Immune Function

An apple a day may indeed keep the doctor away! Thanks to their vitamin C content and antioxidant properties, apples can help strengthen your immune system, warding off infections and keeping you feeling your best.

6. May Improve Brain Health

Studies suggest that the antioxidants in apples may have neuroprotective effects, potentially reducing the risk of neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s. Plus, the natural sugars in apples provide a quick energy boost for your brain.

7. Promotes Hydration

Apples are not only crunchy and refreshing but also hydrating! With their high water content, biting into an apple can help quench your thirst and keep you hydrated throughout the day.

There you have it, folks—just a few of the many reasons to munch on apples regularly! From supporting heart health to boosting immunity to promoting digestion, these humble fruits are truly a superfood in disguise. So, next time you’re craving a snack, reach for a crisp, juicy apple and enjoy all the delicious health benefits it has to offer!

Health Benefits of Oatmeal

This recipe is also packed with oatmeal. Let’s uncover its amazing health benefits:

1. Heart Health Hero

Oatmeal is a heart-healthy superstar! Packed with soluble fiber, it helps lower LDL cholesterol levels, reducing the risk of heart disease and promoting overall cardiovascular health.

2. Blood Sugar Regulation

Thanks to its high fiber content and complex carbohydrates, oatmeal helps stabilize blood sugar levels, making it an excellent choice for individuals with diabetes or those looking to manage their blood sugar levels.

3. Digestive Support

Oatmeal is a digestive dynamo! Its fiber-rich composition aids in digestion, promotes regular bowel movements, and supports a healthy gut microbiome, keeping your digestive system happy and functioning smoothly.

4. Satiety Superstar

Feeling hungry? Oatmeal to the rescue! Its high fiber content helps you feel fuller for longer, reducing the likelihood of overeating and supporting weight management goals.

5. Nutrient Powerhouse

Oatmeal is brimming with essential nutrients, including manganese, phosphorus, magnesium, and iron, as well as B vitamins like thiamine and folate. These nutrients play vital roles in energy production, bone health, and overall well-being.

6. Antioxidant Action

Oatmeal is rich in antioxidants, including avenanthramides, which have anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. These compounds help reduce oxidative stress and inflammation in the body, protecting against chronic diseases and promoting longevity.

7. Versatile and Delicious

With its mild flavor and versatile nature, oatmeal can be enjoyed in countless ways. Whether you prefer it sweet or savory, topped with fresh fruit or nuts, oatmeal is a delicious and nutritious addition to any meal.

From supporting heart health to promoting digestive wellness to providing a satisfying and nutritious meal option, oatmeal truly earns its title as a breakfast favorite. To keep this recipe gluten free, make sure you pick up a gluten free oatmeal.

sugar free, gluten free, egg free, low fat

How to Make a Dairy Free Cream

Most oatmeal cream pies, use some type of dairy (usually heavy whipping cream) to make their cream filling. In this apple oatmeal cream pie recipe, we are using coconut milk to keep this a dairy free treat. 

To create the full body of whipped cream, glucomannan is used to stiffen and keep the cream at a semi-solid. I love glucomannan and use it all the time. It is full of fiber and has been used for centuries in Japan. It can help fill you up, so you aren’t tempted to overeat. I buy mine glucomannan on Amazon. I love it as a thickener because, you can use it with cold foods. It doesn’t need to be heated to activate the absorbing properties.

If you haven’t used glucomannan before, I have a ton of glucomannan recipes you can enjoy using this unique and low carb thickener.

Sugar free, gluten free, low fat, egg free

Sugar free, gluten free, low fat, egg free

Apple Oatmeal Coconut Cream Pies

Angela Parker
A fun treat to enjoy that is sugar free, dairy free, and lower in fat.
Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 20 minutes
Course Dessert
Servings 12


  • For the apple oatmeal cookies:
  • 3-4 apples cored
  • 1 cup of cooked Navy or Great Northern beans
  • 1 cup of water
  • 1 teaspoon of apple cider vinegar
  • 4 Tablespoons of xylitol
  • 1/4 teaspoon of nunaturals stevia extract or if another stevia extract powder, you can taste test
  • 1 teaspoon of pumpkin pie spice
  • 2 Tablespoon of psyllium husks
  • 2 cup of old fashioned oats raw (use gluten free oats)
  • 1 teaspoon of baking powder
  • For the Coconut Cream:
  • 1 can of coconut milk chilled overnight in fridge
  • 1 tsp of lemon extract
  • 1/8 teaspoon of nunaturals stevia extract or you can taste test with xylitol.
  • Pinch of salt
  • 1 1/4 tsp of glucomannan


  • For the Cookies:
  • Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
  • Process everything in your food processor, until you have a coarse batter.
  • You can process apples, water, and beans first.
  • Then add the rest of the ingredients and process again.
  • Using a spoon, place cookies on parchment paper on baking sheet.
  • Make cookies about 2 tablespoons each.
  • Bake for 15-20 minutes.
  • For the Coconut Cream:
  • Put whisk and mixing bowl in the fridge for a few minutes to cool them as well.
  • Pour cooled can of coconut milk in mixer and mix for 3-5 minutes.
  • Add the lemon extract, stevia and glucomannan and continue whisking for 3 more minutes.
  • Pour into bowl to store in fridge until ready to assemble into oatmeal cream pies. Mixture will continue to thicken in fridge.
  • To assemble:
  • Take one apple oatmeal cookie and place upside down on plate. Spoon 1 teaspoon of coconut cream on the cookie and top with another cookie.
  • Eat and enjoy!

I hope you enjoy this delicious recipe for sugar free and gluten free apple oatmeal cream pies! For Trim Healthy Mamas, this would be an E dessert if you use Low fat coconut milk.

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  1. […] If you’re a Trim Healthy Mama follower, this is an E. You can get an E whip cream recipe from Grassfed Mama by clicking here. […]

  2. These look wonderful, I am definitely pinning this one! Thank you for sharing at Turn It Up Tuesdays! Have a great week!

  3. Hi, these look great! I have never used psyllium husks before…is there a replacement? Or is it in powder form? Thanks!

  4. Hi! Thanks for this! I made the cookies according to the recipe but they’re a little too ‘cakey’; I wondered if I had a tiny bit of fat (maybe 1 tbsp. to the entire cookie recipe) if this would still work for E and make the cookies a teensy bit crispier and more like oatmeal raisin cookies? Especially since I made a cream filling with a little Truwhip, almond milk, vanilla, glucommanan and stevia? I came out to 22 cookies/11 sandwiches? The Truwhip only has 2 grams fat in 2 tbsp. and I used approx. 6 tbsp., the almond milk for about 1/2 cup would only be 1-1.5 tbsp.

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