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Ricardo Magazine: Nut, Egg and Dairy-Free Fruit Cobbler

Ricardo Cuisine | Nut Egg Dairy Free Fruit Cobbler | Koko's Kitchen

Ricardo Cuisine | Nut Egg Dairy Free Fruit Cobbler | Koko's Kitchen

Today I want to share a recipe for a great Spring/Summer dessert. It’s a nut, egg and dairy-free fruit cobbler made with plums, pears, and strawberries. I already can’t wait to make this again with sweet, local strawberries! I got this recipe from the Dessert section on the Ricardo website. For those of you that don’t know, Ricardo Cuisine is a Canadian magazine featuring all kinds of great recipes- and now you can explore all their recipe categories online! I know some of you with dietary restrictions, or allergies may think that publications like Ricardo won’t be very accommodating for your needs, but I want to change your minds about that!

Ricardo Cuisine | Nut, Egg and Dairy-Free Fruit Cobbler | Koko's Kitchen

Ricardo Cuisine | Nut Egg Dairy Free Fruit Cobbler | Koko's Kitchen

Not only does Ricardo offer recipes for specialty diets throughout their website, it’s easy to adapt any recipe to suit your needs. I took a look throughout the Ricardo dessert section and found a bunch of dairy-free recipes. Take a peek at their various recipe sections, and I’m sure you’ll find something delicious!

Ricardo Cuisine | Nut Egg Dairy Free Fruit Cobbler | Koko's Kitchen

If you want to try adapting some ingredients, It’s easy to replace dairy milk with almond milk, rice milk or soy milk. Things like heavy cream can be a bit trickier, but a higher fat milk substitute like coconut milk or cream can do the trick. Eggs can be replaced with ground flaxseeds or chia seeds. Generally 1 tbsp seed is mixed with, 3 or 4 tablespoons of water. Let sit 5 minutes until thickened then use where the recipe calls for an egg. This works great in baked goods like cookies, muffins, or cakes.

Ricardo Cuisine | Nut Egg Dairy Free Fruit Cobbler | Koko's Kitchen

Ricardo Cuisine | Nut, Egg and Dairy-Free Fruit Cobbler | Koko's Kitchen

I wanted to give this nut, egg and dairy-free fruit cobbler recipe a try. I even took it a bit further and replaced the all-purpose flour with spelt flour but whole wheat pastry flour would be another great option! I also used coconut sugar instead of white sugar, except for the sprinkle on top. Additionally, I substituted the vegetable shortening with coconut oil, which can be a bit tricky sometimes but it seemed to work in this case!

Ricardo Cuisine | Nut, Egg and Dairy-Free Fruit Cobbler | Koko's Kitchen

Ricardo Cuisine | Nut, Egg and Dairy-Free Fruit Cobbler | Koko's Kitchen

Cobbler is the best because there is no need to worry about presentation. Just slop it onto a plate and call it “rustic”. Add a scoop of ice cream (I want to try So Delicious new cashew milk ice cream) or coconut cream to make it even more YUM!

Ricardo Cuisine | Nut, Egg and Dairy-Free Fruit Cobbler | Koko's Kitchen

Ricardo Cuisine | Nut, Egg and Dairy-Free Fruit Cobbler | Koko's Kitchen

I love the fruits used in this cobbler, because they offer something a little bit different to the usual berry or apple cobbler. The pears, plums, and strawberries go great together. Next time I make this, I am going to add an extra teaspoon of vanilla extract, and maybe some fresh ginger to kick up the flavour even more!

For the full recipe go to: www.ricardocuisine.com/recipes/5924-nut-egg-and-dairy-free-fruit-cobbler-

Ricardo Cuisine | Nut, Egg and Dairy-Free Fruit Cobbler | Koko's Kitchen

Ricardo Cuisine | Nut, Egg and Dairy-Free Fruit Cobbler | Koko's Kitchen

Ricardo Cuisine | Nut, Egg and Dairy-Free Fruit Cobbler | Koko's Kitchen

 

 

 

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