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Cocoa+ Chocolate Soufflé by Courtney Pruce

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Cocoa+ Chocolate Soufflé by Courtney Pruce

Courtney Pruce has put a healthy spin on this French favourite egg based dish, served as a perfect chocolatey dessert. Now including our new delicious Cocoa+ milk protein chocolate for an even lighter, healthier dessert, without compromising on that indulgence factor, and packed with a moderate amount protein!

It couldn't be easier, but as advised by Courtney, make sure that you read the recipe carefully as this is a bit trickier than preparing your standard chocolate sponge.

Let's see if you're up to the challenge...

Utensils -

  • A ramekin (small ceramic glass bowl)
  • Saucepan
  • Whisk
  • Oven
  • Bowl for melting chocolate
  • Tablespoon

Ingredients -

  • 80g of Cocoa+ milk protein chocolate
  • 25g of truvia sweetener
  • 3 egg whites
  • 2 egg yolks
  • tablespoon of skimmed milk
  • 6g chopped hazelnuts
  • Sukrin zero kcal icing sugar
  • Frylight 1kcal butter spray

Method -

  • Set your oven to 200C/180C fan.
  • Spray your ramekins with frylight to grease.
  • Finely chop the hazelnuts
  • Sprinkle chopped hazelnuts until sides and bottom of dish are coated.
  • Melt the Cocoa+ milk protein chocolate over a saucepan of simmering water. 
  • Allow the chocolate to cool whilst whisking the egg yolks with milk.
  • Whisk the egg whites until stiff peaks form.
  • Gradually add trivia a little at a time until stiff peaks form again.
  • Stir the egg yolk mixture into the cooked chocolate until smooth in consistency.
  • Gently fold your chocolate mixture into the egg white mixture, but you'll have to be quick, and make sure not to beat the mix!
  • Fill your ramekins with the mixture (to the brim) and then run your thumb around the edge to make a little indent. 
  • Place in the oven for 10 to 12 minutes, or until they have risen and a crust has formed. They should have a slight wobble. Make sure to not open the oven during this time as they will sink!
  • Finally dust with a little sukrin icing sugar before serving!

Try topping your soufflés with a couple of our little milk protein chocolate hearts for good measure and even more of a chocolatey treat. 

Reach out to us and Courtney Pruce to let us know how you got on, and how delicious it was!


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