Gluten-Free Vegan Fried Pickles with Better Batter Gluten Free Seasoned Flour

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No matter how healthfully you normally eat, sometimes you just need to indulge in something decadent. We went crazy for this gluten free seasoned batter mix by Better Batter and immediately started thinking of everything we could bread with it. Pickles were one of the first things we thought of and we were not disappointed. Make a big batch of these as a snack or for a barbecue; they are sure to be a hit!

Vegan, Gluten-Free Fried Pickles

Ingredients:

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2 cups of Better Batter gluten free seasoned batter
1 jar dill pickle slices (whichever brand you prefer)
1 1/2 cups almond milk (or your favorite milk alternative)
4 cups of your favorite oil for frying, we use sunflower oil

Directions:

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Preheat 4 cups of frying oil in a large pot, to about 350 degrees. Drain the entire jar of pickles and put them into a bowl with the almond milk. Place the flour into a separate bowl. Take some of the pickles out of the almond milk and put into the bowl with the gluten-free flour, covering the pickles completely. Shake off the extra flour and gently put into oil, a few at a time. Fry them until they are a nice golden brown, like onion rings. Repeat the process until all of the pickles are fried.

We love these pickles dipped in vegan, gluten-free ranch dressing.

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