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Chuffy_29

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S: 103.19kg C: 100.47kg G: 92.53kg BMI: 37.8 Loss: 2.7kg(2.64%)
#1
Loads of people have posted about mixing options with quark, and i wondered a couple of things
1)Do i just mix the sachet and..tadaa..a tasy choccy pud?
2)Can i mix them in to yogurt or does it not work as well?

Any suggestions welcome (it's a star week and i'm dying for a choc fix!)
 
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orion83

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S: 23st13lb C: 23st6.5lb G: 16st0lb BMI: 51.4 Loss: 0st6.5lb(1.94%)
#4
I just mix options and quark and eat it like that, its delish - for an extra sugar fix I crumble half a meringue shell in it too x x
 

Beki

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S: 17st4lb C: 17st4lb G: 14st4lb BMI: 42.9 Loss: 0st0lb(0%)
#5
oooh yes, it's me who swears by it! :D to me, it tastes like a thick creamy chocolate mousse with just a tiny 'twang' of quark :) i often add a little splenda to sweeten it even more :eek:

yum yum! :D
 

Donnie46

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S: 22st0lb C: 19st7lb G: 10st0lb BMI: 55.1 Loss: 2st7lb(11.36%)
#6
I have some coconut option drinks - so I'm going to try that, I looovvveee coconut......thank's Beki and Orion. X
 
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#7
Sounds nice. Would fromage frais work instead of quark? x
 
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#9
Thanks, may have to give this a go soon :)
 

AdsNan

Wants to be slim at 60
S: 12st7lb C: 10st3lb G: 9st10lb BMI: 25.3 Loss: 2st4lb(18.29%)
#10
Loads of people have posted about mixing options with quark, and i wondered a couple of things
1)Do i just mix the sachet and..tadaa..a tasy choccy pud?
2)Can i mix them in to yogurt or does it not work as well?

Any suggestions welcome (it's a star week and i'm dying for a choc fix!)
I just whisk the powder into Fromage Frais and then put into 4 dishes so it works out at 1 syn per dish. Just like Choc Mousse.
 

Beki

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S: 17st4lb C: 17st4lb G: 14st4lb BMI: 42.9 Loss: 0st0lb(0%)
#12
I've tried it with fromage frais and i thought it just tasted like chocolate yoghurt. With the quark it actually (to me) tastes like proper mousse :D

And i forgot to answer the original question :eek: i just put the quark and the options in a bowl (i use 3 options to one tub of quark, plus a tblsp of splenda sometimes) and mix it up with a fork. You have to do it slowly otherwise the powder goes everywhere LOL
 

Chuffy_29

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S: 103.19kg C: 100.47kg G: 92.53kg BMI: 37.8 Loss: 2.7kg(2.64%)
#13
Brilliant. I have one sachet each of white choc, choc and orange, and belgiam choc so i'll get some more and try it out. Thanks everyone.
 
#14
Another use I've found is to sprinkle 1/2 a sachet of favourite flavour on to ice cream - NOT quite the same as a chocolate sundae with the sauce and flake(s) but you don't feel quite so deprived when everyone else is tucking in!
 

Chuffy_29

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S: 103.19kg C: 100.47kg G: 92.53kg BMI: 37.8 Loss: 2.7kg(2.64%)
#15
Tried the quark and a belgian choc options. OMG it's divine perfect for a really choccy fix. I used 1 options and quarter of quark but i think Beki's suggestion of 3 4 a tub is pretty much right! I quite liked the slight tang as well. Think the kids will have it as a pud as well!
 

Beki

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S: 17st4lb C: 17st4lb G: 14st4lb BMI: 42.9 Loss: 0st0lb(0%)
#16
yay! another convert! :D LOL

glad you liked it - my kids love it aswell :)
 

Alyce

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#17
please help, what is Quark?? where can i get it from as i've asked in Asda and they just looked at me funny :( :( :(
 

Chuffy_29

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S: 103.19kg C: 100.47kg G: 92.53kg BMI: 37.8 Loss: 2.7kg(2.64%)
#18
It's a practically fat free soft cheese. Sometimes you have to hunt a bit. there's no specific brand. It's usually around the philadelphia, or yogurts and stuff in the fridge sections. It's a SW staple!
 

Alyce

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#19
It's a practically fat free soft cheese. Sometimes you have to hunt a bit. there's no specific brand. It's usually around the philadelphia, or yogurts and stuff in the fridge sections. It's a SW staple!

oooooh sounds good, may have to stop off at sainsburys on the way home to get some, so its nice with options too? sounds interesting :) .
 

frugal fifer

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S: 19st1lb C: 13st6lb G: 11st6lb BMI: 32.3 Loss: 5st9lb(29.59%)
#20
I made a white chocolate and rhubarb one for tasting night at class last week using a mix of quark and vlf fromage frais, vanilla extract, sweetner and white choc options sachet. I find it best to mix with a whisk and leave to sit for a while before serving. I folded in a couple of tsp rhubarb jam through before serving and it was lovely. Next up is almond with fresh raspberries folded through it.
 


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