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Quark casserole is the protein dessert par excellence! In this post, I’ll show you a super simple recipe for a fluffy curd casserole with blueberries.
I saw quark casserole for the very first time on social networks. Of course, I was well aware that you can bake quark and make desserts out of it (e.g. cheesecake), but I never came up with the idea of making a casserole out of quark on my own. How fatal! – I think to myself today. If you are in the mood for a dessert that can be rated as “healthy” and is super rich in protein, you won’t go wrong with this casserole.
The quark mass is quickly mixed from egg, quark, a little vanilla sugar and 1 ripe banana and refined with blueberries. For the sweet aspect, I sprinkle a cinnamon-sugar mixture on the quark mixture and off you go with this sweet dream. I would describe the baking time as an average long, especially because impatient people like me constantly run to the oven and do the stick test. But when the casserole is done, the feast really starts! But be careful: this portion is not for the small appetite!
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Nutritional information per serving of quark casserole
Calories: 514 – Protein: 36g – Fat: 6g – Carbs: 78g
Quark Casserole with Blueberries
- 1 ripe banana
- 1 egg
- 500g low-fat quark
- 100ml almond milk (or milk or water)
- 1x vanilla sugar
- 50g blueberries
- 2 tbsp. cinnamon & sugar
- Step 1 Mash the banana with a fork and whisk with an egg. Puree both finely and foamy with a hand blender. Fold in the vanilla sugar, low-fat quark (mixed with milk) and blueberries .
- Step 2 Pour the quark mixture into a baking dish and sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar .
- Step 3 Bake the quark casserole in the oven at 160 degrees O / U for 50 minutes until it is no longer liquid in the middle (stick test).