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Back in 2014, I came out with my first cookbook, The Alternative Autoimmune Cookbook. In that book I presented lots of recipes for what was at the time an almost brand-new protocol for the autoimmune community. It gave me a chance to try all kinds of creative AIP takes on old favorites, including Pop-Tarts! In developing recipes for the book I discovered that the grown-up version of a Pop-Tart is called a “hand pie” and I came out with an avocado stuffed hand pie (not as weird as it sounds!).
Recently I was thinking about those hand pies again and decided to try a new flavor, apricot with tarragon. So, here it is… you have my permission to eat this hand pie for breakfast (as long as you include a sausage patty too!)!
Apricot Tarragon Hand Pies
Author: Angie Alt
Depending on humidity, dough may be too dry. If so, add 1 tablespoon full fat coconut milk (more if necessary, 1 tablespoon at a time). Dough should be soft and pliable.
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