Gluten and Dairy Free Pudding Pie Cups #goodcookkitchenexprt

Recently we got a Bake-A-Bowl pan from Good Cook to try out.  I had so many great ideas to try out.  Unfortunately, I didn’t have all the time to make them all because my kids are sick and weren’t letting me do a lot of baking.

So I decided to do something simple!  All you need is a pie crust(homemade for us), some pudding, some whipped cream, and a cherry!  Maraschino cherries are the best part!  

Here is the simple way to make a gluten and dairy free pudding pie cups.

And then you get this yummy treat to eat!

Bake a Bowl pudding pie cups

Pudding Pie Cups

Doesn’t that look yummy?  Oh it tastes yummy too.  

So here is what you do.  You make a pie crust(recipe below).  You put the pie crust into the bottom of the bake-a-bowl pan and smash it all down with the top piece of the pan.  

This really is a super cute pan!  Love it.  

Anyway.  Fill to the fill line with pie crust.  Smash it down.  Then bake at 350 degrees for 20 minutes.  

Take it out of the oven and let it cool.  Very important to let it cool.  You don’t want to put your pudding in a hot pie crust!

For the pudding, I used a super easy method.  I found a pudding mix that was dairy and gluten free and used almond milk to make it.  It doesn’t set up quite as well as normal pudding, but it tastes just as good!

Top off with some homemade coconut milk whipped cream and a cherry.  

Oh make sure to eat the cherry first!  Yeap that’s the best part!

Gluten and Dairy Free Pudding Pie Cups
A wonderful pudding pie in a cup!
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Ingredients
  1. 1 cup white rice flour
  2. 3/4 cup tapioca flour
  3. 3/4 cup corn starch
  4. 1 tsp guar gum
  5. 3/4 tsp salt
  6. 1 Tb sugar
  7. 3/4 cup palm shortening
  8. 1 egg
  9. 1 Tb vinegar
  10. 2-3 Tb water
Instructions
  1. Mix the flours, salt, sugar, and guar gum together.
  2. Cut in the shortening.
  3. Make a well.
  4. Add the slightly beaten egg, vinegar, and water.
  5. Mix in thoroughly.
  6. This will be a slightly wet dough, so no need to add more flour.
Notes
  1. If you're using this as a regular pie crust in a pie pan, you'll roll it out now.
  2. But, since we're just putting lumps into the Bake-a-bowl pan, no need to roll it out!
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I received the pan from Good Cook to use in this challenge.  However, all the thoughts and ideas are my own.  These gluten and dairy free pudding pie cups are my creation using the Sweet Creations line from Good Cook.  

Would you like to try a Bake-a-Bowl pan?  Stay tuned for a giveaway coming to this blog soon!  Also make sure to check out the recipes below to see what everyone else is making with their pans!  You can also purchase a pan and save 25% by using code BAKEBOWL.  


6 comments

    • Erin S. says:

      Oh they were so good! Next time I think I’ll use a little less pie crust dough though. It was a bit thicker than I wanted.

    • Erin S. says:

      Thanks for sharing! Let me know if you decide to make them and what flavor pudding you use! Or pie filling. . . oh now I want to make them again!

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