Bird's Milk Souffle

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Bird's Milk Souffle

An easy, delicious, quick and safe dietary dessert! I really like this variant, because it does not contain eggs, it is simple and a great find for those in a hurry.

I wouldn't have even realized that gelatin in combination with milk (maybe water!) Can make such a fluffy and fragile soufflé.

I understood that it might not come out with any kind of gelatin - I used Dr. Oetker's and it was perfect. In the dietary version it is sweetened with xylitol / stevia, in the simple version with sugar and any flavor / cocoa / coffee you prefer to make it more interesting.

By the way, 100g of cake has only 30 Kcalories! Good appetite!


Cow milk
250 ml
or water
Gelatine powder
10 g
mine is from Dr. Oetker
2 tbsp
according to taste - in the dietary version use xylitol or stevia
Food flavours
1 tsp
vanilla, cocoa, coffee, saffron

Step by step

Step 1

In a bowl / glass put the gelatin to soak in cold milk - the time is usually indicated on the package - to me it said 15 minutes.

Bird's Milk Souffle - Step 1
Step 2

After this time pour the composition into a small saucepan, add the sweeteners and flavors - here I put xylitol, vanilla and saffron.

Bird's Milk Souffle - Step 2
Step 3

Heat the composition well (be careful not to boil it!) Until the gelatin dissolves completely.

Set the pan aside to cool well - you can put it in the fridge for 10 minutes, or in the freezer for 3 minutes.

It should be left to cool, but still not stick to the gelatin.

Bird's Milk Souffle - Step 3
Step 4

Pour the milk into a bowl that has splash protection - or a deeper one.

Sprinkle quite a bit, so be careful - or be patient and then wipe or use something to cover the bowl, with the hole in the middle.

I used a Tupperware bowl that had such a lid.

Bird's Milk Souffle - Step 4
Step 5

And now you look at your watch and start beating (at full speed) the soufflé.

It is usually done in about 7-10 minutes, so be patient :)

Only once did he not beat me because I dropped the milk and got the gelatin, and I put a lot of cocoa.

Bird's Milk Souffle - Step 5
Step 6

Such a foam must come out, preferably as hard as possible.

If the milk does not beat - pour it into small bowls and you will have a delicious milk jelly.

And try again with another gelatin, other flavors, be careful when cooling.

Bird's Milk Souffle - Step 6
Step 7

Pour into a bowl lined with food-grade plastic wrap and refrigerate for at least an hour.

It hardens very quickly, so move quickly by pouring and refrigerating the soufflé.

Bird's Milk Souffle - Step 7
Step 8

When it has caught well, turn it over on a plate, bottom and portion.

It can be put directly in beautiful bowls and served.

Bird's Milk Souffle - Step 8
Step 9

And a fluffy slice for you :)

Although I have written many explanations, everything is quite trivial and simple, definitely worth a try.

Good appetite!

Bird's Milk Souffle - Step 9
Quantity: 300 g (4-5 servings)
Prep time: 60 min
Difficulty: easy
Ready in: 30 min
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