I am not big on mixes but they do come in handy for some gluten free baking. I have not conquered making a quality gluten free pie crust as of yet so I splurged and bought a pie crust mix from Bob's Red Mill-it worked up really nice. I had a bit left over after crimping the edges of the pie so I rolled it out and sprayed with coconut oil and then sprinkled cinnamon sugar on top.-It baked up delicious and flakey.
Baking two things in one day using the same dutch oven is an all day project. I decided to buy a second Lodge dutch oven the 12 inch across and holds 8 quarts. That way I can bake two things at the same time-loving that idea. lol
Here are a few photos: (click to enlarge)
These first two photos is the wheat crust pie
This is a photo of my baking area. That large lid to the right is a top to an old Weber fire pit set up-that I now use to cover up the left over hot coals when finished-would not want to start a fire in the woods
This is the gluten free crust pie I put a K on the pie instead of a for Apple
Both pies cooling down indoors
Pleased with the pies, they look so pretty too now to taste them after dinner-can't wait lol