Dietary Cheese Pancakes

Dietary curd pancakes

A stack of golden suns on a plate will make any morning good and make even the most inveterate sleepyhead wake up. These dietary cheese pancakes will be equally beneficial for the youngest family members and for moms who want to maintain their slimness - after all, they are made without a gram of sugar, with a minimal amount of flour, and are fried in a dry pan.

Information

  • Total: 75 min
  • Active: 15 min
  • Serves 5
  • 163 kcal / 100g

Ingredients

  • Cottage cheese
    460 g
  • Baking soda
    1 pinch
  • Chicken egg
    1 piece
  • Cinnamon
    on taste
  • Corn flour
    3 tablespoon

Directions

1
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Like most mothers, I try to prepare delicious and healthy meals for my child. And every mother knows how beneficial...

Like most mothers, I try to prepare delicious and healthy meals for my child. And every mother knows how beneficial calcium is for the growing body - it is necessary for strong little bones and healthy teeth. But when my little one refused to eat cottage cheese in its pure form, I had to find a solution to this problem. And these syrniki became a real lifesaver for me. The child gets the necessary calcium, and I enjoy watching how she eats these syrniki with great appetite. So, let's start making our diet syrniki. First, mash the cottage cheese well with a fork. For syrniki, I always use cottage cheese with small curds. Soft cottage cheese is not suitable for this purpose, it is perfect for casseroles, puddings, or pancakes. I always use cottage cheese with 5% fat content.

2
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I add an egg to the cottage cheese and mix in cornmeal, a pinch of baking soda, and cinnamon. I no longer make syrniki...

I add an egg to the cottage cheese and mix in cornmeal, a pinch of baking soda, and cinnamon. I no longer make syrniki with regular wheat flour, I prefer to use corn or rice flour instead. For some reason, I need much less of this flour. If the syrniki are intended for adults, you can replace cinnamon with a spice mix.

3
Done
Thoroughly mix the dough, shape it into a ball, and refrigerate for half an hour.

Thoroughly mix the dough, shape it into a ball, and refrigerate for half an hour.

4
Done
Then I pinch off small pieces of dough and form cheesecakes: I first roll them into a ball, then lightly press them with...

Then I pinch off small pieces of dough and form cheesecakes: I first roll them into a ball, then lightly press them with my palms. I sprinkle a small amount of cornmeal (usually no more than 1 tbsp) on a plate and coat the cheesecakes in it.

5
Done
I place a frying pan on high heat. Once it is well heated (indicated by a special symbol), I reduce the heat to low and...

I place a frying pan on high heat. Once it is well heated (indicated by a special symbol), I reduce the heat to low and place the cheesecakes in the pan. I don't add any oil! I fry the cheesecakes on one side for 10 minutes (until a crust forms), then flip them to the other side and cook for another 10 minutes. I flip the cheesecakes a couple more times (keeping them on each side for 5 minutes). Of course, this cooking method takes a bit more time, but I can be sure that my one-year-old daughter can safely eat these cheesecakes. For those who find these cheesecakes less sweet, we always have a jar of honey, homemade jam, or frozen berries ready to make a delicious sauce.

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