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A refreshing raspberry delight


When I don’t know what snacks to offer a visitor, this dessert is a guaranteed choice. It is not complicated, does not require an oven, and it can be easily modified and improved. I hope it will come in handy for you too.

4 servings


• 250 g frozen or fresh raspberries (or any other fruit)

• 80 g cane sugar (or any other)

• 100 ml of water

• a spoonful of starch

• 200 g of oat flakes

• 35 g of peeled almonds

• 40 g of melted coconut oil

• 350 g semi-fat curd cheese

• (vanilla aroma)


Place the raspberries, 50 g of cane sugar and 50 ml of water in a saucepan and bring to a boil. Meanwhile, mix the remaining 50 ml of water and starch.

After the raspberries have softened, pour the starch and boiling water into the mixture of raspberries and sugar and cook over medium heat, stirring constantly, until everything thickens. Then put the pot aside and let it cool slowly.

Prepare a blender in which we put oat flakes (they can be whole or fine), melted coconut oil, peeled almonds and 30 g of cane sugar. Miix everything for about a minute.

Whip the curd cheese, or we can mix the curd cheese with Skyr. Sweet lovers can add sugar or vanilla flavoring.

Finally, prepare four smaller glasses, into which gradually layer the blended oat flakes, cottage cheese and raspberry mixture (six layers in total in this order).

The dessert can be served immediately, however, in my experience, it tastes best chilled. You can store it in the refrigerator for one to two days.

Tip: If you don’t like raspberries, you can use other fruits instead. You can add (or remove) other ingredients to the recipe, e.g. cinnamon, honey, cocoa…

Inspired by a recipe from the book Jíme zdravě do 30 minut.

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