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Making Vegan Gooseberry Cobbler

I’ve been doing a lot of baking lately and since a few people have emailed me about good vegan dessert recipes I figured I could share this one with you guys even if one of the ingredients can be a little hard to find. That is if you aren’t like me and have a gooseberry bush in your yard. Making this vegan cobbler is actually pretty easy and the rest of the ingredients are very cheap and easy to find. So here’s my recipe for Vegan Gooseberry Cobbler and a few pictures of me making it. 


4 Cups of Gooseberries
1 1/2 cups of sugar
1 Cup Almond Flour
1 Cup Vanilla Almond Milk
2 Teaspoons Baking Soda
2 Teaspoons Baking Powder
* Vegan Whipped Topping


 The first step is getting the stems off which is actually the longest step. From there but all the gooseberries into a pan with a half cup of sugar and cook it down. I did it for 30 minutes on high but this can be a little dangerous if you aren’t there to watch it. By the time it’s cooked down it’ll be a dark red color, and actually reminds me a bit of the transformation that my homemade barbecue sauce had.  Then mix together the almond flour, sugar and almond milk. Get a dish and spray with non-stick cooking spray, pour in the gooseberry and then the mix on top. Don’t worry about mixing them together, in the oven it’ll happen on it’s own. Then cook for 45 minutes at 350 degrees F. 


When you take it out this is what your vegan gooseberry cobbler should look like! I also want to give a little shout out to CRUCIBLECOOKWARE for these awesome oven mitts. While they have a silicone outside with a texture so that you can easily grab on to things the inside is a soft quilted material. Of course the best part though is that they actually protect your hands from heat even for longer periods. And just for fun, me being an oven mitt model. Try to ignore my outfit / hair / face / everything else. 


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