High in protein, low in fat
Chocolate Banana Tiramisu
High in protein, low in fatThis weekend I was really craving for a sweet dessert. One of my absolute favorites is Italian Tiramisu. I have recreated this recipe to a version that is lower in calories. Instead of ladyfingers, this version uses small Belgian waffles, which also soak up the liqueur and coffee superbly. I also included a layer of banana slices in my recipe, so there are some vitamins in there as well. – The recipe is great for sharing for two people and is super to take on a small spring picnic if you arrange it in a sealable container.– Pauline
Nutrition: Total: 1.075 kcal (114 g Carbs / 34 g Fat / 66 G protein) per serving: 269 kcal (28.5 g Carbs / 85.g Fat / 16.5 g Protein)
- 250 g Curd Cheese
- 200 g Soy Yogurt
- 200 g Chocolate Protein Pudding
- 2 TSP Flavor Powder Vanilla
- 2 small Belgian Waffles
- 2 Bananas
- 2 TBSP Coffee Liqueur
- 6 TBSP Cold Coffee
- 4 Pieces Milk Chocolate
- 1 TSP Coconut Butter
- 1 TSP Cocoa Powder
Here’s how to do it
- You start by making a small, strong coffee that you let cool for a while. Then line a small baking dish or container with the Belgian waffles. Pour 2 tablespoons of coffee liqueur and 6 tablespoons of the cold coffee over them.
- Mix the soy yogurt, curd cheese and the flavor powder to a creamy mixture and spread half of it over the waffles. Slice the bananas and spread half of the slices over the curd mixture. Put a layer of protein pudding on top, followed by the rest of the bananas, then the other half of the curd mixture.
- Top your tiramisu with a teaspoon of cocoa powder. Place the chocolate chips and coconut puree in a small ceramic bowl and microwave for one minute. Stir well and spread it over the tiramisu with a teaspoon.
- Chill the finished tiramisu for at least half an hour, after which it is ready to serve.
Looks soooo good!! 😀