Do you feel like having a French low fat chocolate recipe as a treat? Well, then, this Chock Orange Blancmange is the French treat for you!
At only 3.5 points per serve, this low fat chocolate dessert recipe is an affordable indulgence for your mouth.
And it's so easy to make! Once you have your ingredients organized, your cooking time will be about 15 minutes.
Ok, you have to wait till it chills, which may be for a couple of hours, but I did not say this low fat chocolate recipe was an instant one, did I?
Anyway... the taste is worth the wait!
12 tsps cornflour
9 tsps caster sugar
550 ml (2.5 cups) skimmed milk (99% fat free)
115 g (4 oz) dark chocolate drops
This is what you do:
Mix 2 tablespoons of mil, the sugar and cornflour.
Heat the rest of the milk in a saucepan together with the chocolate drops till the milk boils.
Pour the milk on the cornflour mix, and stir well.
Pur the new mix back into the saucepan and heat till it boils. Stir frequently till mixture thickens. Simmer for about 3 minutes.
Meanwhile, mix the orange rind with the above mixture.
Wet a medium (685 ml, or 3 cups) Pyrex mould an pour the mixture into it and let it set.
Put it in the fridge and let it chill.
To serve unmould it by immersing the mould in hot water for about 3 seconds, and place a wetted serving plate on top of the mould. Then hold in position and turn it over quickly.
Slice the orange and decorate your dessert with the slices and rind.
Serve this low fat chocolate recipe cold and enjoy!.
Source: The Book of Light Desserts