Low Calorie:Chocolate Vanilla Timabales would you like to try this recipe?

timbale is kind of food that is molded - taken from a website
February 27, 2008 7:20am CST
This chocolate is light and refreshing. Ingredients: Serves 6 350ml semi skimmed milk 30ml cocoa butter 2 eggs 1tsp caster sugar 1 tbsp powdered gelatine 1 sprig of mint For the sauce 115g light Greek-style yogurt 2.5ml vanilla essence Extra cocoa powder to sprinkle Procedure: 1. Place the milk and cocoa in a saucepan and stir until the milk is boiling. Separate the eggs and beat the egg yolks with the vanilla and sugar in a bowl, until the mixture is pale and smooth.Gradually pour in the chocolate milk, beating well. 2. Return the mixture to the pan and stir constantly over a gentle heat,without boiling, until it's smooth. Dissolve the gelatine in 45ml or 3 tbsp of hot water and then quickly stir into the milk mixture. Let if cool until it's on the point of setting. 3. Whisk the egg whites until they hold soft peaks. Fold the egg whites quickly into the milk mixture. Spoon the timbale mixture into six individual moulds and chill them until set. 4. To serve, run a knife around the edge, dip the moulds quickly into hot water and turn out the chocolate timbales on to serving plates and decorate with a sprig of mint. For the sauce, stir together the yogurt and vanilla, spoon on to the plates and sprinkle with a little cocoa powder.
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@cyfernet (2385)
• United States
27 Feb 08
yes i like ur recipe. any recipe which is low in fat and calories but tasting good would be my favourite. keep posting such recipes. Happy mylotting
@psyche49f (2511)
• Philippines
27 Feb 08
Sounds like a great and yummy recipe...but I wonder if it can be tailored made for diabetics? I am that's why I wonder if you know of dessert recipes that would not 'hurt' diabetics like me. I am tired of sugar-free stuffs from Goldilocks. I am looking forward to other diabetic-friendly recipes. I responded to this discussion so I can always refer to it...thanks again for the great recipe....hope you can share more.