This is a lighter version of a cake known in Poland as "bird's milk", which is originally made from condensed milk. In my recipe
I have replaced the condensed milk with 1.5% fat milk. Instead of the shortcrust pastry I baked the yogurt crust. And what came out of it? A delicious citrus dessert which can be eaten without remorse, because instead of 350 kcal/serving it has 176 calories/serving, which is exactly 2 times less!

Jest to odchudzona wersja ciasta często zwanego "ptasim mleczkiem", do zrobienia którego w oryginale używa się mleka skondensowanego, a które ja zastąpiłam mlekiem 1,5%. Zamiast kruchego ciasta upiekłam spód jogurtowy. I co mi z tego wyszło? Pyszny cytrusowy deser, który można jeść bez wyrzutów sumienia, ponieważ zamiast 350 kcal/porcja ma 176 kcal/porcja, czyli dokładnie 2 razy mniej!

Prep time: 1.5 hrs
Yields: round cake pan, diameter 11" (28cm)
16 servings, each ca. 3.5 oz (100g) - 176kcal/serving
Czas przygotowania: 1,5 h
Przepis na tortownicę o średnicy 28cm
16 porcji po ok.100g - 176 kcal/porcja
Ingredients
crust:
   2.5 cup flour
   1/4 cup sugar
   6oz (180g) plain yogurt
   1 egg
   1 tblsp baking soda
   pinch of salt
mousse:
   3 cup milk 1.5% fat
   3 pckg orange jello
   4-5 tangerines

Method
Crust:
1. Sift flour into a large bowl. Add baking soda and a pinch of salt. Stir.
2. Make a hole in the flour. Break an egg into that hole, add sugar and mix with the egg.
3. Add yogurt. Start mixing with a spoon, then knead the dough.
4. Put well-kneaded dough in a plastic bag and refrigerate for at least 30 minutes.
5. Bake ca.15 mins in 350F (180°C) until light golden brown. Leave to cool.
Mousse:
1. Dissolve jellos in 2 cups of hot water. Leave to cool.
2. Pour boiling water on the tangerines. Scrub and grate the zest. Squeeze the juice from the pulp.
3. Add the juice to the jello. Pour a little into a cup 1/4 full and set aside. Add gated zest to the remaining jello.
4. Pour milk into a high jug. Mix it with an electric mixer until foamy.
5. Still mixing pour the jello with the juice and zest in.
6. Refrigerate for a few minutes (be careful, it condenses quickly!). Pour onto cool baked crust.
7. Pour the remaining jello (1/4 cup) on the mousse surface. You can do some fancy swirls using a toothpick.
8. Refrigerate until totally condensed, preferably the whole night.



Bon apetit!

Składniki
spód:
   2,5 szkl mąki żytniej (średniej)
   1/4 szkl cukru
   180g jogurtu naturalnego
   1 jajko
   1 łyżeczka sody
   szczypta soli
pianka:
   3 szkl mleka 1,5%
   3 galaretki pomarańczowe
   4-5 mandarynek

Wykonanie
Spód:
1. Mąkę wsypać do dużej miski. Dodać sodę i szczyptę soli, zamieszać.
2. Zrobić w mące dołek. Wbić jajko, wsypać cukier

i wymieszać z jajkiem.
3. Dodać jogurt. Początkowo wymieszać całość łyżką,

a następnie zagnieść ciasto.
4. Dobrze wyrobione ciasto zawinąć w folię i wstawić

do lodówki na min.30 minut.
5. Piec ok.15 min. w 180°C do lekkiego zarumienienia. Ostudzić.
Pianka:
1. Galaretki rozpuścić w 2 szklankach gorącej wody. Ostudzić.
2. Mandarynki sparzyć i wyszorować. Zetrzeć skórkę. Wycisnąć sok z miąższu.
3. Do galaretki dodać wyciśnięty sok. Odlać 1/4 szklanki

i odstawić. Do pozostałej galaretki dodać startą skórkę.
4. Do wysokiego naczynia wlać mleko. Spienić używając miksera z końcówkami do ubijania.
5. Ciągle miksując wlać galaretkę z sokiem i skórką.
6. Wstawić na kilka minut do lodówki (uwaga: szybko tężeje!) a następnie wylać na upieczony spód.
7. Pozostałą galaretkę (1/4 szkl) wylać na wierzch pianki. Można wykałaczką zrobić fantazyjne esy-floresy.
8. Całość pozostawić w lodówce do całkowitego stężenia, najlepiej na noc.

Smacznego!

kcal | sugar | fat | saturated fat | sodium | protein | carbs | fibre

tags
recipes / przepisy     desserts / desery              cakes / torty           mousse / pianka    milk / mleko     yogurt / jogurt    
jello / galaretka       tangerines / mandarynki     citrus / cytrusy        fruits / owoce       light / lekkie       diet / dieta

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Comments

12/10/2012 11:22am

fajny przepis, wygląda lekko i pysznie:)

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spicyvanilla
12/10/2012 12:38pm

dziękuję, i takie też jest! zachęcam do upieczenia :)

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12/17/2012 5:27pm

I saw this cake on RecipeNewZ and fell in love. It's gorgeous, it's my favorite color, I can't believe it's only 176 calories, I have never seen a milk-based mousse, and when I read the "bird's milk" part I knew that I will be making it really really soon. I had several bird's milk attempts, the best one so far had sweetened condensed milk, but of course, it's much more calories. I can't wait to try this version. Because when it comes to calories, I totally agree with you: less is more :-).
Love your blog, I will be back for this recipe and others!

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12/18/2012 12:50pm

Thanks. Comments like yours prove that creating this blog was a good idea and give me the energy to cook & post more :)
Don't forget to step by and share your thoughts after making the mousse :)

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