- Rep Power
Start Date: 02/01/2013
Start Weight: 20st13.8lb
Current Weight: 19st0lb
Goal Weight: 14st5lb
Goal Date: 08/11/2013
Total Weight Loss: 1st13.8lb
Weight to Lose: 4st9lb
% Lost 9.46%
AMAZING!! Only problem is I want a second one
has anyone tried making this with less cornflour and cocoa. 1tbsp seems a lot to me as I thought we could only have a teaspoon. Although the tolerated list says 20g of cornflour, but that sounds loads. Cocoa powder says 1 coffee spoon which I assume is 1tsp.
Anyone experimented with it x
IF YOUVE NEVER TRIED IT kARIN DONT, ITS SO MORISH ITS TOOK ME ALL MY WILLPOWER NOT TO HAVE IT AGAIN TONIGHT LIKE YOU SAID TOO MANY TOLLERATED. SORRY FOR UPPER CASING. SORRY FOR WARNING AGAISNT THIS BUT COULD TRIGGER 'NEEDS'
I'll steer clear then hun, thanks for the warning. really don't need anything scuppering my efforts now, I am not going to give in to the yum yums LOL.
Desperate for a sugar fix yesterday, and climbing the walls, I had a go at this recipe.
I reduced the low fat chocolate to 1 teaspoon (1 tolerated) though
1 tablespoon cornflour (1 tolerated)
1 1/2 tablespoons quark
2 tablespoons sweetner
Mixed together, 1 minute in microwave... saw it was set around the edges but too runny in middle, so did a further 30 seconds. Then let it cool (as someone else suggested above). all together - I used
Delicious. A real treat. And 2 tolerated ingredients are ok once in a while (I tell myself!) and infinitely better than my joining my husband on his snack trend!
it would be nice with goji berries and mixed spice also yum yum
i wondered if changing the quantities of cocoa and cornflour would work. thanks for the update. Need a fix myself, hmmm wonder if I dare have it for supper LOL.
I reduced the quantities again, I didn't want to use that much cornflour as its unfriendly for me, stalls my weight, so I reduced it down to just 1 teaspoon of cornflour but added a second egg, cooked the same way and still gave me the same texture and a little bit more of it.
tried tonight without cornflour and two tablespoons of milk powder instead. It gave me a cheesecakey type of thing instead, I let it go totaly cold and this was quite thick. I will be doing it again.
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