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Mini Raspberry Cookie Shooters
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# of Servings: 6 shooters
Recipe Created By: Ted Bryant
For Cookie Crumb Crust:
1/2 cup vegan gluten-free vanilla cookie crumbs
1 Tbsp sugar
2 Tbsp vegan margarine, melted
For Raspberry Filling:
1/3 cup sugar
1 Tbsp cornstarch
3 cups frozen raspberries plus more for garnish
2 tsp lemon juice
1/2 Tbsp vegan margarine
1 9-oz container So Delicious® Dairy Free CocoWhip Original Coconut Milk Frozen Dessert Topping, thawed
6 mini shooter containers or small glass cups
Combine cookie crumbs, sugar, and melted margarine for the crumb crust. Spoon a layer of the crumb crust on the bottom of each 2 oz shooter container.
Next, combine raspberries, sugar, cornstarch, lemon juice over medium heat and continue stirring for about three minutes until berries have popped. Turn to low heat, add margarine and stir for another minute. Let mixture cool and then add a spoonful on top of the crumb crust. Refrigerate until cooled.
Next, add a spoonful of thawed dessert topping on top of the berry mixture. Top with a fresh raspberry. Enjoy!
This is a kid friendly, fun to make recipe! Cookie crust with raspberry filling topped with refreshing CocoWhip makes for the perfect treat to share with friends.
We used crushed Enjoy Life Vanilla Crunchy Cookies.
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