Simple Steps To An Effective Healthiest Desserts Strategy Part 2

Effective Healthiest Desserts Strategy
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In Healthiest Desserts part 1 we discuss on healthiest Desserts and in this part we take all remaining things that will we cover in this part.

Effective Healthiest Desserts Strategy
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Lighter sweets

Why is it always that which is richer and more pleasure we eat is what makes us more fat. Normally our fancy sweets are the most common culprit. But there are ways to enjoy them without getting fat. Attentive to these tips.

The girls know what it costs us resist chocolates, pastries, cakes, and sweets in general. The problem is that after enjoying them feel a terrible guilt for the number of calories they provide. But the truth is that we can delight in a dessert without gaining kilos. Just to know a few tricks.

In the case of chocolate, to enjoy this delicious food without guilt, you choose black or bitter chocolate, which has more cocoa butter and very little fat. It is very tasty, nutritious and low calorie as well.

As for desserts, puddings, mousses, foams, etc.., Prefers to prepare yourself at home and thus save you many calories. For example, replace the milk or cream in their fat versions instead of sugar and sweetener deals especially for cooking.

Jams, candies, and syrups can also do it at home, will be much more natural and light. Choose fresh fruit from the station and replacing sugar or sweetener stevia.

The so famous cheesecake or cheesecake can too much light cheese diet or opt for 0% fat rather than whole cheese and sweetener instead of sugar.

Cakes, pies, and cakes always prefiérelos versions with fruit instead of those based on chocolate, caramel or cream. Calm the urge to eat something sweet and delicious but saving you calories.

When you want to enjoy a delicious ice cream on a hot day, opt for water-based preparations rather than those of milk and cream. Are equally sweet and refreshing, but much lighter.

Light pears with syrup


4 medium pears, ripe just
1 tablespoon lemon juice
1 and 1 / 2 cup water (375cc.)
1 and 1 / 2 cup dry white wine (375cc.)
2 cloves
1 orange, peeled and sliced
the shell of a quarter of a lemon
powder or liquid sweetener to taste
1 / 2 tablespoon cornstarch (starch, potato starch)

It’s called product sweetener to sweeten without adding calories.


Peel pears, cut into quarters and remove seeds. Sprinkle with lemon juice.

Place in a pan the water, white wine, the skins of the pears, cloves, sliced orange and lemon peel.
Bring the fire with the lid on and allow to lift the boil. Uncover and continue cooking five more minutes.

Remove pan from heat, remove the peels of the pears and add sliced pears.
Re-cover the pan and cook over low heat until the pears are just tender. Approximately 10 minutes.

Remove pears from liquid to drain well and bring the pan to the fire again letting it boil over low heat until the liquid has reduced by half.

Strain the liquid and add cornstarch dissolved in a little cold water. Bring the fire, stirring continuously until mixture is thickened.

Remove and add the sweetener to taste. Pour the cream over the pears and let cool then serve.

Strawberry bavarois


• 250 ml. skimmed milk
• 2 egg yolks
• 150 gr. strawberries,
• 15 gr. gelatin
• 15 gr. cornmeal,
• 150 gr. cream,
• sweetener to taste


Place the gelatin in water about 10 minutes earlier. Pass the strawberries through a mixer. Dissolve the corn flour with three tablespoons of milk and add the yolks, also dissolving. Place milk in a saucepan with half of the sweetener to a boil. When boiling, add slowly, stirring, mixing maize flour with the yolks and continue stirring until it boils again. Incorporate drained gelatin and remove, drain and stir a bit until it cools. When cool incorporates the strawberry puree and whipped cream with the rest of the sweetener.

This ultimately contributes about 230 kcal. per serving compared to 20 gr. of fat and 9 grams. carbohydrate.

Light chocolate ice cream


1 cup cold skim milk
1 cup hot skim milk
1 tablespoon butter (butter), low calorie
1 tablespoon corn starch (starch, potato starch)
1 tablespoon natural sweetener suitable for cooking (sweetener to sweeten without adding calories)
3 tablespoons unsweetened cocoa
4 egg whites
pinch of salt
2 teaspoons vanilla extract


Dissolve the cornstarch and cocoa in cold milk, add the hot milk, sweetener and butter. Bring the fire and stir until they begin to lift the boil and thickens. Remove. Cool in water bath reverse.

Beat egg whites with a pinch of salt until stiff. Add the cream with vanilla. Bring to the freezer until it holds ice cream. Remove just before serving to make it more creamy. It can be served alone or accompanied by a magical cookie recipe that is on our website by entering the title in the search that is to the left of the page.

Orange wheat crackers


• 200 gr. whole wheat flour
• 70 gr. bran flakes
• 2 teaspoons yeast
• The skin of an orange, finely grated
• a pinch of salt
• 60 gr. margarine
• 70 gr. mashed potato
• liquid sweetener
• 1 egg
• 3 tablespoons orange juice
• 1 teaspoon margarine


Preheat oven to 180 º C above. Combine flour, bran, yeast, orange zest and salt. Pour the margarine into small pieces and knead the dough until it resembles fine breadcrumbs. Add the sweetener to the mashed potatoes and add all to the mix. Beat all together with egg and orange juice until a firm dough. Roll on a floured board until a thin crust cut into circles or squares of 5 cm. approx. Put on greased baking sheet and bake for 15-20 minutes, until crisp but not toast. Cool on a rack and store in an airtight container. Be careful with the intake of too high of these cookies they are 50 kcal., 2 grs. fat and 10 grams. hydrate each.

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