If you are one of those who like sweet rather than salty, you have to try this sugar-free dessert. You won’t regret it!
We all have a sweet tooth. There’s no doubt about it. And I’m sure you’ve had a craving for it. Well, that’s where this recipe comes in. The homemade chocolate petit suisse we’re going to show you today will become your favorite sugar-free dessert.
Just remember, though. Diabetes doesn’t stop you from eating anything. But you should be careful with some foods, because they can alter your glucose levels a lot. And, although this dessert is finger-licking good, it is not recommended for everyday meals. Especially because of the chocolate.
What we are not going to deny is that it is ideal if what you want is to get rid of the craving for sweet food..
Let’s get to it!
The ingredients can be adapted according to how many peitit suisse you want to make. The ones we are going to give you are for 6 portions, more or less. They will also depend on the container where you put them to refrigerate.
- 300 grams of fresh cheese. Better if it is skimmed 0%.
- 200 milliliters of evaporated milk.
- 200 grams of dark chocolate. It is best if it is sugar-free and at least 70% cocoa.
- 2 tablespoons of your favorite sweetener.
Steps for your sugar-free dessert
Heat the chocolate and the evaporated milk
Put the evaporated milk and chocolate chunks in a pot. This should be placed on the stove to heat. But don’t put it too high, otherwise it will burn. Rather, put it over medium heat.
Stir to dissolve the chocolate and, when it has melted completely, let it cool down.
Whisk in the rest of the ingredients
On the other hand, put in a bowl the fresh cheese. It must be very cold. Beat it with a whisk.
Once ready, add the mixture from the saucepan and the spoonfuls of sweetener. Mix it all together until you get a creamy and uniform texture.
Plate and let cool
With the mixture ready, you just have to choose the containers where you are going to put them. We recommend using glass ones, about the size of a yogurt. But you can also use ceramic ones. And if they are a little bit bigger or smaller, that’s fine.
Pour the mixture into each cup, making sure you don’t spill anything outside!
When you have them all ready, put them in the fridge to cool. Let them rest for at least 4 hours.
And they are ready to eat!
As you can see, this recipe will take you no more than 20 minutes to prepare. And you don’t need to be a professional chef either because it’s super simple.
The first time you try them, remember to keep an eye on your blood sugar. Each food affects people differently, so it is important to be on top of it to prevent any sudden changes.
Cori can help you if you want to see how your levels have progressed after eating one of these. Believe me you won’t regret trying this sugar-free dessert.
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