This month Carmen has put us very easy the Challenge Recipes of Aunt Alia, the two options are easy, I once again I have decided on the sweet, but without sugar to lighten the recipe a little. I wanted to respect the cream as an ingredient, but I've already tried it with evaporated milk Ideally it only has 6% fat and it is just as rich and with fewer calories. Nothing else, here I leave the recipe and I hope you like it. Happy week for everyone! of Strawberry muslin without sugar 300 gr. of stra..

Strawberry muslin without sugar

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This month Carmen has put us very easy the Challenge Recipes of Aunt Alia, the two options are easy, I once again I have decided on the sweet, but without sugar to lighten the recipe a little. I wanted to respect the cream as an ingredient, but I've already tried it with evaporated milk Ideally it only has 6% fat and it is just as rich and with fewer calories.

Nothing else, here I leave the recipe and I hope you like it.
Happy week for everyone!



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Strawberry muslin without sugar

300 gr. of strawberries
50 gr. of tagatosa
1/2 liter of cream to assemble

We crush the strawberries and pass them through a sieve or sieve.
We mix the tagatose with the strawberry puree.
We mount the cream and We are adding little by little the puree of strawberries until we have a texture of mousse.
We put it in the ice cream maker and leave about 35 minutes. If we want it to have more ice-cold consistency, we put it in the freezer, with one hour it has been good for me.
We pour in molds or bowls and decorate with a strawberry.



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