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Mango marshmallow cake with raspberries (no bake)

Today, a new cake is being prepared with flavors and products that my soulmate likes the most. This time I didn't try to make it less caloric, but even without a lot of saving calories, its nutritional value is excellent. Only 123 kcal/100 g!

Mango marshmallow cake with raspberries
Servings6 Servings
CategoryDifficultyEasy
Ingredients for the base (form 14 cm)
 150 g Muesli "Graci" with wholemeal bread
 100 g Banana
Ingredients for Stuffing
 528 g Mango (2 pieces)
 300 g Turkish yogurt with mango flavor (you can also use natural yogurt or culinary curd "Baltais")
 250 g Ricotta fresh cheese
 125 g Raspberries
 100 g Marshmallows "Laima"
 22 g Gelatin
 120 g Water
 Sweetener of your choice
 Vanillin
Directions
1

Grind the muesli more finely. Then add the banana. Set aside for about 10 minutes to allow the oatmeal to swell slightly.

2

Pour gelatin (30 g) with cold water (180 g) and leave to swell.

3

Mix the finely chopped muesli with a banana, put it in a mold and tamp it tightly (I used a metal ring with a diameter of 14 cm, on the inside of which I placed an acetate plate).

4

Peel and cut each mango separately.
Cut one mango into small pieces and set aside.
Whisk another mango with fresh Ricotta cheese (6%) and mango yogurt. Add vanilla (but be careful - too much vanilla gives bitterness) and sweetener, if necessary.

5

Prepare the raspberries - if they are large, cut them in half.

6

Cut the marshmallows into small pieces.

7

Stir the marshmallow and raspberry pieces into the mango and ricotta mass.

8

Dissolve the gelatin in a bath of hot water (or in the microwave with pulses ~2 x 20 seconds. But be careful - do not boil the gelatin!!!).

9

Add the melted gelatin to the mango-marshmallow-raspberry mass and pour into the mold (remember: all products must be at room temperature)

10

Put the mold in the refrigerator to solidify.

Mango marshmallow cake with raspberries

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Nutrition Facts

Finished product weight 1688

Servings 6


1 serving contains
Calories 345.67
% Daily Value *
Total Fat 8.1g13%
Total Carbohydrate 52.17g18%
Protein 11.2g23%

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily value may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

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