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Dairy-Free Dirt Cake Cups

September 8, 2016
By: of Thrive
Prep 30 min
Cook N/A
Yield 6-8 Cups

Normally, we try to tell kids not to eat dirt, but these gluten-free dirt cake cups are a total exception.

Directions

http://sodeliciousdairyfree.com/products/culinary-coconut-milk/original-culinary-coconut-milk

For the Coconut Whipped Cream:

  1. Start by refrigerating the Culinary Coconutmilk overnight, making sure to use the Original version with the green label. We like to place it upside-down in a glass so that we can open it from the bottom the next day.
  2. When ready to make, open the bottom of the Coconutmilk container by unfolding the bottom, then cutting edge to edge with scissors or a knife. Take a peak inside—the coconutmilk should be completely firm!
  3. Scoop both of the hardened coconutmilks into a large mixing bowl, then whisk/beat until light and airy.
  4. While still beating, incorporate a 1/2 C. of powdered sugar to coconut whipped cream and set in the freezer before making your filling.

Normally, we try to tell kids not to eat dirt, but these gluten-free dirt cake cups are a total exception.

For the Filling:

  1. Place 2 small containers (or about half of a large container) of Plain or Vanilla Coconutmilk Yogurt Alternative into a medium sized mixing bowl.
  2. With your mixer running, slowly add the remaining powdered sugar to the yogurt. Beat until well combined.
  3. Remove the coconut whipped cream from the freezer and slowly fold in the yogurt mixture with a spatula.
  4. Place back in the freezer for the time being.

 

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For Serving:

  1. Pulverize a package of gluten-free sandwich cookies in a food processor or in a gallon sized bag with a rolling pin—a great way to relieve some stress!
  2. In one of your containers, layer the bottom with a crumbled cookies and press into place. We used 8oz “jam jars” and found that about a tablespoon of crumble worked great.
  3. Next about 1/3 C. of your filling ontop of the crumbled cookies.
  4. Add another layer of crumbled cookies just like before.
  5. Depending on your container, you may want to stop there, or you can go for one more layer!
  6. Seal each container and store in the fridge for up to a week!

Normally, we try to tell kids not to eat dirt, but these gluten-free dirt cake cups are a total exception.

It’s a great treat to send the kiddos to school with, too. We even made these cute printable lids that will fit your 8oz jam jars perfectly. Just print them out on paper and cut!

Dirt Cake Recipe and Lid Printable! It's a great treat to send the kiddos to school with, too. We even made these cute printable lids that will fit your 8oz jam jars perfectly. Just print them out on paper and cut!

Enjoy!

♥ The So Delicious Dairy Free Team

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    1. Hi Pat! Our Culinary Coconutmilk is much similar the canned variety you might find on the ethnic foods aisle in your grocery store, but better! The package is re-sealable. Also, ours is fresher, with no metallic taste. It’s actually denser than the kind that comes in a can, so you can use 11oz. of ours as an equivalent to the 14oz. cans. Ours is certified organic and GMO-free, and our packaging uses 1/2 the energy to produce compared to metal cans, producing only 1/3 as much solid waste vs. a 14oz. can. All of our packaging is proudly BPA free and is recyclable in many areas.

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