Mixed Berry Crisp Gluten Free Vegan Bakerita This Mixed Berry Crisp Uses A Miof Your Favorite Berries And Is Topped With A
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Remove the rolls from the package being careful not to separate them. Roll out the rolls so they are flat and place the contents of each package next to each other on a round cookie sheet or baking pan. There will be excess dough but make sure that the majority of the area is covered prior to the next step. Cut around the edge of the pan and save the extra pieces of roll to fill in the gaps. Bake the rolls according to the package directions. Mix one eight-ounce container of lactose free cream cheese three tablespoons of apple juice and ½ cup each of confectioner s and granulated sugar. Spread this mixture onto crust that is slightly cooled. Make sure to spread it evenly because this serves as the foundation for the fruit topping. Cut one banana into ¼-inch slices and remove the tops from ten strawberries and cut the berries into slices. Remove the pits from two peaches cut the peaches in half and then slice them thinly.
Once these ingredients are well-blended add two egg whites one at a time. After each addition mix the batter only until blended. Over-mixing can cause the batter to become too thin. Pour the mixture over the almonds and drop small spoonfuls of low sugar strawberry preserves over the batter using a total of two tablespoons. Use more preserves for a fruitier bar if desired. If this alteration is made make a note of it on the recipe for future reference. Swirl the preserves with a knife a few times to create a marbled effect on the bar. Bake the dessert for 25 to 30 minutes or until the center of it is nearly set. Cool the dessert completely and then refrigerate it for a minimum of three hours to overnight. To serve cut to create at least 12 bars and store any leftovers in the refrigerator.