Fitness Recipe: Vanilla Crêpes with Cottage Cheese and Forest Fruit

Fitness Recipe: Vanilla Crêpes with Cottage Cheese and Forest Fruit

Can’t think of anything good to surprise your better half? These pink crêpes will say it all for you. The perfect combination of vanilla, forest fruit and cottage cheese will express your love better than anything. Not only are they delicious and presentable, they are also really easy to make. And you can be sure this recipe will also come in handy whenever you get back from your training feeling hungry and looking for a tasty treat that will provide all the nutrients you need.

For crepe dough, you will need:

For the filling, topping and garnish, you’ll need:

  • 250 g of fat-free cottage cheese
  • 160 g of frozen forest fruit (we used a mix of strawberries and blackberries)
  • 40 g of hazelnuts
  • 15 g of vanilla protein
  • 2 tsp of xylitol 

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First, prepare the crêpe dough. Add flour, 2 tsp of xylitol, eggs, MoiMüv Protein Milkshake, and the red beet powder into a bowl and mix until smooth. You may use a mixer to do this more quickly. Optionally, add a few Strawberry Flavor Drops. Once your dough is prepared, heat up a pan greased with some oil spray. Cook the crêpes on both sides. Once they are ready, you can proceed with the other parts of the recipe.

Use a small pot to heat up the frozen forest fruit and add the two tablespoons of xylitol. Mix cottage cheese with the vanilla protein in a separate bowl. Now you’re ready to serve. Divide your crêpes into 4 equally sized portions and serve them with the cottage cheese cream, some of the fruits and top each plate off with 10 g of sliced hazelnuts.

Our tip: The cottage cheese cream can also be used as dip, or as filling for crêpe rolls.

Vanilla crepes with cottage cheese cream and forest fruits
Nutritional Information
1 serving (4 servings in total)
Protein24.5 g
Cabrohydrates27.5 g
Fats11 g
Dietary fibre3.5 g

The crêpes can be served as a delicious breakfast, snack, or even as a light sweet lunch. Whatever the time of the day, they are certainly best served by your better half after a real hard workout! Bon appetit!

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