The best fit dessert recipes
Taking care of your physical shape and nutrition is not incompatible with enjoying a good dessert. We’ve collected some of the best fit dessert recipes you can make at home whenever you feel like indulging yourself. With these desserts you will be able to make a good protein intake, while observing calories and sugars.
As you will see, the essential thing is to choose the right ingredients to take care of your diet without abandoning the flavor you expect from a good dessert. For this we will replace sugars with sweeteners and we will also add nuts, wholemeal flours and protein, would you like to try them?
Red fruit ice cream
- 100 g of raspberries
- 100 g of blackberries
- 200 g of strawberries
- 1 banana
- 250 ml evaporated skimmed milk
- 1 tablespoon stevia or other sweetener
- 2 tablespoons of strawberry whey protein (optional)
This recipe is the simplest but truly exquisite. The most essential thing is that you will have to freeze the fruits beforehand; you can leave them in the freezer the night before. Once they are well frozen, place them in a bowl with the rest of the ingredients and mix them with a blender until you get a buttery and homogeneous mixture. If it’s too liquid, you can put it in the freezer for a while. A simple and refreshing dessert to make at any time.
Protein vanilla pudding
- 250 ml unsweetened vegetable milk
- 10 egg whites
- 2 whole eggs
- 2 tablespoons of vanilla whey protein. If you don’t want to add protein, you can use a few drops of vanilla essence.
Mix each and every one of the ingredients together and whisk well until you get a homogeneous result. Now distribute it in individual containers or on a flank. Put some water in the oven tray and put the containers there, to cook them in the bain-marie. With the oven preheated to 200º, cook for about thirty-five to forty minutes.
To check the cooking, you can prick the flan with a needle. If it comes out clean, your flan’s gonna be ready. Simply let them cool to room temperature and then put them in the refrigerator. You will have a nutritious and exquisite dessert to enjoy at any time.
Healthy apple pie
- 180 g oatmeal
- 170 g of beaten fresh cheese (better with 0 percent fat)
- 1 whole egg and 20 whites
- Chopped nuts
- 4 large apples
- 2 sachets of yeast
- Sweetener to your liking (a spoonful would be enough)
- A spoonful of cinnamon (optional).
Mix all the ingredients except the apples in a bowl with the help of a blender. When we have a homogeneous mixture and without lumps, we pour it into a cake mould.
Then peel the apples and cut them into segments, placing them concentrically on the mixture. Next, put the cake in the oven, preheated to 180º. We enhanced over about forty-five – fifty minutes. To check the baking we’ll prick the cake with a needle. When it comes out clean, our cake’s gonna be ready. Let it cool to room temperature and then carefully desmould it.
Cocoa and hazelnut cream pancakes
- 15 g low-sugar cocoa and hazelnut cream
- 100 g oatmeal
- 1 whole egg and five whites
- 1 ladle of whey protein
- Sweetener to your liking
The preparation of this dessert is very simple, as it is a variation of the traditional oatmeal pancakes. Simply mix each and every one of the ingredients (except the cocoa cream) with a blender until a homogeneous paste is obtained. Now, in a skillet lightly oiled with a little oil, spread a small amount of the mixture. Cook on both sides for a few minutes and repeat the process until the mixture is complete.
To finish, spread the pancakes with the cocoa and hazelnut cream and enjoy.
As a variation, you can add some vanilla essence to the mix. You could also do without the sweetener and replace it with a little agave syrup or maple syrup on top of the cooked pancakes.
Chocolate fit biscuits
- 1 Greek youghourt skimmed
- 3 tablespoons soy flour
- 80 g of oat bran
- 1 egg
- 10 g hazelnuts or chopped almonds (without salt)
- 1 ounce of grated dark chocolate
- 1 bucket chocolate whey protein (optional)
Pour the yogurt into a bowl and gradually add the soy flour and oat bran. Incorporate the egg and, while intermingling, add the protein. Once you have reached a homogenous mass, add the chopped nuts and chocolate. If you don’t want to use the protein, you should now add some sweetener.
The dough is then distributed in the form of small balls on vegetable paper on a baking sheet. Then we crush the balls to make them into biscuits.
With the oven preheated to 180º – 200º, bake for about twenty-five minutes, until the cookies are to our liking.
Desserts you can afford
As you’ve seen, by choosing the right ingredients you can enjoy something sweet without regrets. These dessert fit recipes are very simple and fast to make and can add a touch of color to your diet. As we always and under all circumstances affirm, it is essential that our nutrition be as varied as possible. And that includes, of course, a good healthy dessert sometimes.