Don't go down the road of trying to shoehorn evolution into some subset of creationism. It's insulting to science and it's an incredibly weak argument to make the vetted, peer-reviewed work of a lot of people subject to an old document written down by a bunch of guys just made **** up and told stories years and years after the fact, if there is a nugget of fact in any of it.
Forcing the square peg of science into the round hole of the Bible is a lot like using The Wizard of Oz
to explain creation. It has about as much validity.
And I say this as someone who believes in God, I might add.
Science isn't junior religion, and religion isn't junior science.
Instead, maybe have a nice chat with her about drug-resistant bacteria. Talk to her about how flu shots change every year, and why. Explain what peer-reviewed studies are, and why it's so damned hard to get an advanced scientific degree. Impress upon her that there is rigor behind evolutionary studies.
And maybe talk to her about her faith, about how she feels things and knows things with faith, and how the two are different but they aren't necessarily mutually exclusive.