PP cottage cheese dessert recipe with photo step by step and video
I consider this recipe PP because it is low in calories, high in protein and does not use sugar. Such a dessert can be safely included in the diet of those who follow the calorie intake or follow a protein diet. Cottage cheese contains a lot of calcium, which is necessary for the body, especially for children.
It is important to carefully consider the choice of cottage cheese. A poor-quality product can spoil the finished dish, as it directly affects the texture, taste and final result. Choose fresh, natural cottage cheese, without impurities, signs of spoilage (unpleasant smell, heterogeneous color, separated whey). Do not forget to pay attention to the consistency (dry, wet, smooth or grainy, soft or pasty), as well as the fat content of the product.
It is important to be aware that there are no recipes or products in nature that are unconditionally useful to all people or unconditionally harmful to all. As with medicines, so in nutrition, there are indications and contraindications, daily individual intakes and for most people it is all very personalized. At the same time, there are a lot of myths “about proper nutrition” (for example: fat is bad), which distort the very essence of this concept and in such a distorted form are distributed on the Internet and in the media. Therefore, remember that any “PP recipe” will be related to proper nutrition only conditionally, you should not take it as a dogma. And even if a recipe writer, a “health food specialist,” or a nutritionist and fitness trainer calls something good (HP) or bad, it may not be so for you personally.
The opinion of the site administration about proper nutrition may not coincide with the opinion of the author of the PP recipe!
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