Gluten-Free Strawberry Cream Pie

Published on May 04, 2019

  by   Kristina Stosek

2 reviews

Prep Time: 20 minutes Cook Time: 20 minutes Serves: 9-inch pie
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This Gluten-Free Strawberry Cream Pie has an almond cookie-like crust, light vanilla custard, and sweet fresh strawberries. This pie is anything but humble and yet so easy and simple to make. The strawberries are nestled in the creamy custard and remain uncooked, keeping them fresh, juicy, and sweet.

slice of gluten free strawberry cream pie on a plate
There is something about vanilla cream custard combined with strawberries. Cream and strawberries are meant to be together. Add the tender crust, and this pie is a winner.


easy gluten-free almond pie crust

If you have a food processor, you will need only three minutes of prep time – sounds too easy? It is, all the ingredients for the pie crust are placed into a food processor bowl, and you pulse until the desired texture is acquired.

The mixture is easily pressed into the pie dish, which is then placed in a freezer for a few minutes. The pie crust is baked once it has chilled. Now you are ready to fill the strawberry cream pie with vanilla custard layered with fresh strawberries.


slice of strawberry cream pie on a plate, gluten free


Allow time for chilling the dessert

Once the pie is assembled, you must place it in the refrigerator for a minimum of six hours. However, it has the best consistency if you refrigerate it overnight.

To serve top the pie with whipped cream and extra fresh strawberries. I have served the pie without the whipped cream, and it was just as delicious. By adding a whipped cream topping, the gluten-free pie becomes extraordinary.

Serving suggestions for gluten free strawberry cream pie

If it were up to me, I would serve it for breakfast, brunch, dinner and a snack… ha ha. But this pie is always a big hit for special occasions like Mother’s Day brunch, special birthdays or after dinner as a delectable dessert.

I would also like to share with you two of my most popular pie recipes → The Gluten-Free Tripple Berry Pie and the Gluten-Free Apple Pie Without a Crust.

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Many thanks!

Kristina xx

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Donna, almond milk will work. However, the pie crust holds the pie together.


Can I use almond milk with this recipe and leave out the piecrust?


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