Here's my simple recipe to a simple "cheesecake", "lemon meringue" like Adam said, mousse, etc! How you wanna call it😁🤗 low calorie, sugar free and very low fat cake ☕️🙏🏼🍰🍮
For a small one, about 7-8' which will give you 6 good size pieces 😂you'll need:
🔸500g fat free cottage cheese (dry) 🧀 🔸60ml egg whites (or 2 egg whites) 🥚
🔸30g of dry oats (you can put less probably, it's really not a big deal) 🍚
🔸1 big pear (or any fruit you like, a cup of berries for example) 🍌
🔸real lemon juice (I almost never cook with a pre maid one, the taste is a lot different) 🍋 🔸1 tsp of chia seeds (you can skip this one, but I liked it in the "crust" for extra crunch) 🍥
🔸1.5 scoop of protein (it can be 2-3 different flavours close to each other, like vanilla and a peanut butter marshmallow, both mild, I used @cellucor , it blends and cooks perfectly) 🥛
🔸stevia and salt if desired🍯
🔸2 servings of Knox gelatine (agar agar will work too for sure, but will start solidify at room temperature almost, so work quick)🍮
🔸coconut oil spray to cook your "crust" and "caramelize" your pear 🍐 🔸peanut butter 5g if desired
1. You blend oats into flour, mix in egg whites and about 1/3 scoop of protein, add chia and salt and cook it like your protein pancake on a pan for couple mins each side. It will be your "crust" 😂 Now, I allowed chia to thicken the dough, so it's not too liquid and I made a perfect circle of 7-8 inches, just like the pot I'm gonna put my layers into. Once cooked, allow it to cool a bit.
Take a pot, put the plastic wrap in it, so you can remove it easily. Put the crust on the bottom.
2. Blend the 470g of cheese with a scoop of protein and stevia. It should be a very dense creamy texture, like sour cream. Add 20ml of water at a time if needed, because blenders are different and it might need a bit of moisture to mix. You don't want it to be watery either, you want a creamy texture. In another bowl, prepare gelatine (1 packet + a bit of hot water to fully dissolve gelatine and combine slowly the cheese mix into it. Pour it in the pot and put in the freezer.