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Recipes[edit | edit source]
Desserts and snacks[edit | edit source]
Strawberry Fromage Frais for lighter days[edit | edit source]
|Energy: 142 kcal/serving|
|Time: 10 min.|
Ingredients[edit | edit source]
- 6 sheets of unflavored gelatin
- ½ dl (50mL) boiling hot water
- 6 dl (600mL) Low-fat/fat free Fromage Frais
- 6 saltspoons (1½ tsp) sugarfree strawberry jam
- 2 egg whites
- 3 saltspoons (¾ tsp) sugar/granulated sugar replacement
Procedure[edit | edit source]
- Make in one dessert bowl or portion cups
- Strawberry fromaige frais: Soak gelatin in cold water. Mix Fromage Frais and strawberry jam. Beat eggwhites with sugar/sugar replacement until stiff. Mix this with the Fromage Frais & jam.
- Take the gelatin sheets out of the water, and dissolve them in boiling water. Stir this carefully into the strawberry mixture. Pour into portion cups or a bowl, and cool for some hours.
- Decorate with fresh berries