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Yogurt Jelly on Stevia with Strawberries Recipe
Once again, I prove that useful things can be delicious and also beautiful. Dessert for diabetics like me who want to lose extra pounds. Ah and "bonus", as do such a, not hesitate to say, beauty. Of course, this dessert can be made with ordinary sugar.
Cook Time 60 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Cook Time 60 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Pre-soak the gelatin, according to the instructions on the package. It can be soaked in water or in a water/milk mixture. The amount of gelatin depends on what consistency of jelly you want and the strength of the gelatin itself. I calculate 10 g per 300 ml of solution. In this case, I take 20 g per 200 ml of water/milk (for soaking) + 400 ml of yogurt.
    Pre-soak the gelatin, according to the instructions on the package. It can be soaked in water or in a water/milk mixture. The amount of gelatin depends on what consistency of jelly you want and the strength of the gelatin itself. I calculate 10 g per 300 ml of solution. In this case, I take 20 g per 200 ml of water/milk (for soaking) + 400 ml of yogurt.
  2. Take yogurt without additives, add stevia and vanilla, I have vanilla extract, mix. Of course, you can replace it with powdered sugar to taste (about 4 teaspoons on average)
    Take yogurt without additives, add stevia and vanilla, I have vanilla extract, mix. Of course, you can replace it with powdered sugar to taste (about 4 teaspoons on average)
  3. Ready-to-use gelatin is added to the yogurt and mixed. We take the glasses in which we will serve dessert. Pour a little jelly-yogurt mixture on the bottom and put it in the freezer for 10 minutes.
    Ready-to-use gelatin is added to the yogurt and mixed. We take the glasses in which we will serve dessert. Pour a little jelly-yogurt mixture on the bottom and put it in the freezer for 10 minutes.
  4. Wash strawberries, slightly dry, cut off the tails. Cut it in half.
    Wash strawberries, slightly dry, cut off the tails. Cut it in half.
  5. We take the glasses out of the freezer, put the strawberry halves on the jelly close to the wall of the glass. Lightly press the strawberries against the glass. Put it back in the freezer for 30 minutes. We need the strawberries frozen to the glass, so that the yogurt mousse does not seep through the strawberries. I took out the glasses twice in 30 minutes and pressed the strawberries against the glass.
    We take the glasses out of the freezer, put the strawberry halves on the jelly close to the wall of the glass. Lightly press the strawberries against the glass. Put it back in the freezer for 30 minutes. We need the strawberries frozen to the glass, so that the yogurt mousse does not seep through the strawberries. I took out the glasses twice in 30 minutes and pressed the strawberries against the glass.
  6. Carefully pour the yogurt jelly solution into the glasses. Put in the refrigerator to completely solidify for at least 1 hour.
    Carefully pour the yogurt jelly solution into the glasses. Put in the refrigerator to completely solidify for at least 1 hour.
  7. Just before serving, take the dessert out of the refrigerator. Decorate with mint sprigs. Bon Appetit!!!
    Just before serving, take the dessert out of the refrigerator. Decorate with mint sprigs.
Bon Appetit!!!

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