Apple soufflé

 It seems I’d been eating and eating during the past two months, too many delicious pies and sweets, so me and my husband decided to limit the amount of sugar and fat in our regime and keep more healthy diet for a month or so. Diet doesn’t mean the food should be tasteless and dull. Thou, plain meal like steamed fish with broccoli or buckwheat isn’t so bad, especially after a few days of eating it without adding too many salt, spices, butter, cheese or whatever makes it more yummy. 😀
 Another happy moment – desserts for healthy diet do exist! A good and tasty example is Apple Souffle. Apples are baked, then pureed and mixed with egg whites, after those easy steps you need to bake it and voila – tender, airy and delicious dessert is ready! 🙂
I adapted the recipe from old Russian book published in 1984. Apple Souffle

Apple soufflé

  • Servings: 2
  • Difficulty: moderate
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You can serve apple soufflé with cold whipped cream or a glass of cold milk.
300-350g apples
2-3 tbsp water
2 tbsp white caster sugar
1 tsp cinnamon, optional
2 egg whites
a pinch of salt
some butter or oil for greasing
  1. Wash, peel, core and cut apples into 4 slices. Put on a baking tray, add water and bake in preheated 180C oven for 20-30 minutes or until soften.
  2. Puree apples. Put apple puree in a small pan, add sugar and cinnamon, cook on a medium heat for 10 minutes, stirring occasionally.
  3. Meanwhile, beat egg whites with a pinch of salt until soft peaks. Continue beating, add warm apple puree and beat all together for 2-3 minutes more.
  4. Brush ramekins with butter, pour in apple mixture. Bake in preheated 180C oven for 15-20 minutes.
  5. Serve warm. Enjoy!

I’m bringing these delicious and beautiful soufflé to all wonderful bloggers who is celebrating Fiesta Friday anniversary at Angie’s place and two co-hostesses Selma and Nancy. Enjoy! 🙂


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  2. Nancy says:

    Apple souffle?!?! WOW…this looks spectacular! The ingredients, the flavor, the beauty…it looks like delicious perfection! Thanks for sharing your recipe at the Fiesta Friday Anniversary…it’s the perfect celebratory dessert. 🙂

    • milkandbun says:

      Thank you for your lovely comment, Hilda! Yes, sometimes it’s good to make a break from heavy/creamy desserts and fried food. 🙂 But still there are some sweets that aren’t very sugary. 🙂

  3. thebrookcook says:

    What a wonderful healthy alternative to buttery desserts! It’s hard to skip dessert when you are trying to be a little healthier- you feel so deprived!! GREAT way to have it all!! 🙂

  4. elamb says:

    Wow! I love souffles but never thought of making an apple one. Great recipe and lovely photos, thanks for sharing 🙂

  5. Ginger says:

    It seems great minds think alike – I had soufflé this week, too 😉 The apples look delicious, and serving it in the little pots make them look just too adorable!

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  7. Marina says:

    Hi, how many apples would I need, it says 300-350 grams, but I don’t know how many actual whole apples to use.

    • milkandbun says:

      Hello! It depends on apple size, medium apple is usually about 150-170g (I mean store-bought apples). Even if you take a bit less or more – I’m​ sure the recipe will work anyway.
      Enjoy cooking! Cheers

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