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2003/12/15 17:26:39 (permalink)

Protein cake

Cheesecake sort of thing...

Get some digestive biscuits & oats (only add oats if you prefer the healthy carbs), stick your thumbs in to make them crumble, 2 tsp butter (or more depending on how much you use) and heat very light in a saucepan, it should stick together and be thick.

Get some quark in a bowl, use the full tub (protein dessert cheese), and protein whey (flavour of your choice), put one scoop in. Again heat this very lightly, just until mixed. You mind find it's abit thick for you liking, after 30 secs if it hasn't broke down enough add a tiny bit of low fat cream.

Get one of those silver rings, with an empty middle (lol at the terminology) push the digestive biscuit down as a base then just spoon the protein mix on.

Put them in the fridge for 45 mins to chill and set.

It will make quite a few for some snacks.



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    PJH20
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    RE: Protein cake 2003/12/15 21:45:41 (permalink)
    What is a quark.... apart from the physics meaning....
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    RE: Protein cake 2003/12/15 22:45:19 (permalink)
    Dessert cheese, used in cheesecake.

    Pure protein, low fat and it's sweet.
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    RE: Protein cake 2003/12/15 22:46:54 (permalink)
    i think its a low fat goat cheese or similar
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    RE: Protein cake 2003/12/16 14:18:05 (permalink)
    Sounds nice mate, I'll give it a try
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    RE: Protein cake 2003/12/16 21:13:28 (permalink)
    mmmm will try that
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    RE: Protein cake 2003/12/22 16:24:08 (permalink)
    Ok tried the recipe, first up Quark tastes disgusting but when you keep eating it it turns oput ok. Second, i think the anout of butter is fine but i think the whole mixture could use some more protein, i used optimum nutrition choc and it was gorgeous!

    Thats about it really i think i used to much butter cos i panicked that my base wasnt sticking together but it doesnt actually need to cos it stickes in the fridge, i found this out when i needed a hammer and chisel to eat my cake!

    Good simple recipe, maybe add some sweetener?
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    RE: Protein cake 2003/12/27 13:07:34 (permalink)
    Yeah, good idea, sorry I meant to re-do the recipe.. but you've re-written it for me.

    I think cream and whey protein works fine.

    I simply put Quark in because I like it and it's got the consistancy needed, I'm sure everybody can use this recipe and go on from it and modify it how they want, it's pretty easy.
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