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Baby Cereals Crumble

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 Recipe Information  
Category: Desserts
# of Servings: 6-8
Recipe Entered By: Sophie and Martin
Recipe Created By: Sophie and Martin

2.5  cup  baby cereals
1/2  cup  pancake or baking mix
3/4  cup  sugar
1  Tbsp  xanthan gum (optional)
1    egg (or 1/2 cup warm water) (optional)
1/2  cup  coconut oil
1/4  cup  water (optional) (optional)
1/3  cup  potato starch
2  cans  canned fruits (suggestions below)

Put all dry ingredients except the potato starch in mixing bowl. Add the coconut oil, half of the water, and mix well. Add the egg or warm water. Add 1Tbsp of water at a time and let the mixer work it at lowest speed into a playdough texture.

In a separate bowl, pour the juice from both cans of fruits and mix with the potato starch.

In a 2 quart round oven safe dish (glass or earthenware) lay the fruits, then the juice (it should just cover the fruits), then take the dough and while holding above the dish, squeeze gently with your hands into a 3/4 inch thick flat round before laying it on the top of the dish. Alternately, make 6-8 dough pieces but note this will be faster cooking

Note: the dough should not cover the dish tightly and cracks and broken pieces are welcome.

Bake 45 min at 350F. Optionally, broil for about 2 min for a browner top. Serve piping hot.

I tried to use some baby rice cereals that nobody wanted to eat anymore. Use flakes or any type of dry stuff that will get yummy by soaking in the fruit juice. When using leftovers add anything you have for a total of 3 cups of cereal product.

Think of combining 2 different fruits. Blueberries and blackberries. Or peaches and apricots. Or canned pears and sliced fresh apples.

Xanthan and egg are not essential to the recipe. Skip if needed.

Use whatever baby cereal and baking mix are safe for your needs.

 This recipe is free of:
 Milk  Peanut  Egg  Soy  Tree nut  Corn
 Gluten  Wheat  Fish  Shellfish  Sesame  

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