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


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.


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


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.


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.


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.


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.


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.


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

It can be put directly in beautiful bowls and served.


And a fluffy slice for you :)

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

Good appetite!

Quantity: 300 g (4-5 servings)
Prep time: 60 min
Difficulty: easy
Ready in: 30 min
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