Cold Maple Souffle Recipe

Summary

Difficulty LevelEasyHealth IndexAverage
Servings12Cuisine
CourseInterest Group

Ingredients

 Gelatin3 Teaspoon
 Cold water1⁄4 Cup (4 tbs)
 Maple syrup1 Cup (16 tbs)
 Egg To Taste, separated
 Salt1 Pinch
 Whipping cream1 Pint, whipped
 Toasted slivered almonds1 Tablespoon

Nutrition Facts

Serving size

Calories 229 Calories from Fat 130

% Daily Value*

Total Fat 14 g22.2%

Saturated Fat 9.2 g46%

Trans Fat 0 g

Cholesterol 57.8 mg

Sodium 38.4 mg1.6%

Total Carbohydrates 20 g6.7%

Dietary Fiber 0.13 g0.53%

Sugars 18 g

Protein 1 g2.7%

Vitamin A 0.02% Vitamin C

Calcium 4.4% Iron 2.1%

*Based on a 2000 Calorie diet

Directions

Soften gelatine in cold water.
Beat syrup and the egg yolks together in the top of a double boiler.
Set the pan over boiling water, and heat and stir about 5 minutes.
Remove from over the water, and stir in softened gelatine.
When gelatine has dissolved, chill the mixture in the freezer until as thick as jam or honey, stirring occasionally.
Beat egg whites and salt until moist peaks form.
Fold in the thickened maple mixture, then the stiffly whipped cream.
Surround the top of a 6-cup souffle dish with a double strip of waxed paper letting the paper extend about 1 inch above the edge of the dish.
Tie paper strip in place with string.
Scrape in the maple mixture, and swirl slightly.
Sprinkle with toasted almonds.
Cover top with plastic, and chill several hours or overnight.
To serve, carefully remove paper strip.
Makes 10—12 small servings.
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