Protein, protein, protein… What to say? It looks like to me that all of you guys just love my protein recipes, because they are the most viewed ones 🙂 As I have promised I am writing my delicious recipe for these Healthy Protein Dumplings.
As I am allergic to gluten, I really needed to find a way to fulfill my cravings for some delicious vanilla dumplings. When I was Child, my mother used to make them every week and it became a tradition to have them as a little treat. But unfortunately I haven’t been able to have them for so so long and that was the reason why I decided to create my own healthy recipe
They are super easy to make and you only need a couple of ingredients and a little round baking mold.
I have one which has 6 big round holes and it works perfectly. You can order it and enjoy it for quite a while because any batter you use, won’t stick to the mold.
The trick with this recipe is that you can separate it into a couple of smaller dumplings or you can have the whole thing at once in another shape too. I usually make the dumplings and eat all of them by myself 😛
Healthy Protein Dumplings
Super easy, healthy and gluten-free protein dumplings everyone will enjoy 🙂 Make them for your kids, yourself or your boyfriend and bring a smile to their face.
For the dumpling batter:
- 25g coconut or almond flour
- 250g quark
- 20g vanilla protein powder
- 1 whole egg
- 1/4 tsp baking powder
- 1/4 tsp baking soda
- 50g banana
For the coating:
- 20g coconut flakes
- 20g coconut sugar
- 100ml almond milk
The dumpling batter:
Wish the egg with the protein powder. Add the quark and all of the other ingredients into a bowl, add in the egg mixture and mix the batter with a spoon (Don't use a mixer because the batter will become liquid). Let the batter rest for 2-3 minutes in the fridge.
Heat up the oven to 160 degrees. Separate the batter into 6 round molds and bake them for 20 minutes. Once they are cooked, let them cool for about 5 minutes.
Put the coconut flakes into one, the sugar into another and the milk into the third bowl. While the dumplings are still slightly hot dip them into the milk, then into the sugar and finally into the coconut. Repeat the process with all of the dumplings and once you are don, serve them with extra toppings like berries, syrup or anything you like 🙂
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