Category Archives: Fitness desserts

Goat cheese and bacon quiche

Reduced carbohydrates.  Instead of pastry case,  I made the case or cup  from egg omelette.

Lined the square mould with the omelette,  spooned two teaspoons of marmalade on the bottom,  covered with crumbled brie and topped  with egg custard.

Baked on 170 C° for 20-25 minutes


5 eggs

Goat cheese

Bacon diced



Salt and black pepper

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Mango protein smoothies no. 1

With its perfect combination of sweet and sour, mango complements the rich taste of creamy cheeses, balances the heat of smoky dishes, and intensifies the flavors of other tropical fruits. This versatile fruit pairs well with apple, berries, caramel, citrus, coconut, melon, vanilla, and cinnamon.

To prepare mango flavoured protein smoothies I will try different pairings.


4 eggs whites

Mango purée


Frozen mixed berries

Caramel or caramel sauce


I’m using magic bullet smoothie maker.

It’s easy to use and easy to keep clean.

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Chicken and sun dried tomato frittata



Chicken meat


Cheddar to your liking

Sun dried tomatoes

Spring onion


Salt and black pepper


Cook or pan-fry or grill chicken meat pieces. Keep warm.

On a little oil fry spring onion and garlic. Add the chicken meat.

Arrange the mixture in a pan.

Lightly whisk the eggs season with salt.

Pour over the meat, arrange the tomato slices on top.

Fry for a few minutes on the hob and put into the oven and bake at 150 C° until it sets.


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Raspberry mousse

Use this mousse on any base. I used red velvet cake mix to make the base.

Spread the cake base layer with raspberry jam and top with the mousse.

Yummy, creamy light foamy dessert.

The raspberry mousse

450-500 gr raspberry
330 g hung yoghurt
200 ml double cream
20 g Dr Oetker gelatine + water
Icing sugar or sweetened condensed milk

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Curd cherry strudel

This sweet thing is full of fruits, and curd in a thin filo pastry wrapping.


250 g low fat curd (in Polish shops)

3 tbsp sugar

1 egg yolk

1 tbsp lemon curd

1 tbsp semolina

1 jar Lidl pitted sour cherries

1 beaten egg white with 1 tbsp sugar

8 sheets of filo pastry

1 egg yolk with a little milk to brush


It’s very easy to make this.

First drain the cherries and keep the juice in it’s own jar.

Open the sack of the filo pastry.

Lay out one sheet on a dry kitchen towel. Spray with oil or melted butter. Lay three more sheets one after one with oil sprayed on every single sheet.

Prepare the filling.

In a bowl mix the curd, sugar, semolina, lemon curd and egg yolk together with a hand held beater.

With one tbsp sugar for every egg white beat until it forms stiff peaks.

Fold 1/3-rd of the meringue to the curd mixture to loose it, then fold in the rest of the meringue.

Arrange half of the curd mixture on the less than a half of the filo sheet. Arrange half of the cherries on top and scatter one tbsp semolina on the cherry layer. After this using the towel fold the roll.

Arrange on a baking tray.

Similarly prepare the second roll and arrange on the baking tray.

Mix one egg yolk with 1 tbsp milk and brush the rolls.

Bake the rolls on the lower rack of your oven at 180 C for 30 minutes until it becomes golden.

Remove and let it cool on a rack.

Make slices with a serrated knife, dust with icing sugar and enjoy.

It was so yummy, I ate one whole roll at one seating.


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Mozzarella-cauliflower omelette


This dish is very good side dish for grilled chicken with tomato salad.

Excellent for dieters.


70-80 dkg cauliflower, chopped roughly

1 tbsp chopped oregano

2 eggs, beaten

1 tbsp chopped basil

1 clove garlic

250 g mozzarella shredded

6 hard boiled eggs quartered


Bake 180 C° forint 25 minutes.

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