A deliciously light but rich tasting chocolate pudding which won’t pile on the calories: what more could you want? Quick and easy to make, Oatly Italian Chocolate Trifles are ideal for lunch with the girls, a family treat for supper or as an impressive finale for dinner with friends. Just stir, spoon, dip and arrange before leaving to chill while you get on with the rest of your day: great for busy times like the summer or Christmas holidays. For an extra treat if children aren’t sharing your meal, add your favourite liqueur to the coffee before dipping the sponge fingers. With plain chocolate containing antioxidants and Oatly helping to lower your cholesterol levels, you’ll feel virtuous just sampling this chocolate delight!
1 litre carton Oatly Chocolate
50g plain chocolate, roughly chopped
18 sponge fingers
90ml medium strong coffee
250g carton raspberries (you can also use drained, bottled/canned or frozen raspberries once defrosted)
50g plain chocolate, grated
1. Pour a few tablespoons of Oatly Chocolate into a pan, add the cornflour and blend together. Add the rest of the Oatly then place over the heat and bring to a simmer stirring all the time. When smooth and thickened, remove from the heat, add the chocolate and allow it to melt, stir until combined. Set aside to cool.
2. To assemble, divide the raspberries between 6 sundae glasses or bowls.
3. Spoon over some of the chocolate custard to cover the fruit. Take the sponge fingers and quickly dip in the coffee, then arrange over the custard, you may need to break some in half to fit the glasses. Spoon over the remaining custard, chill to set.
4. Scatter over grated chocolate just before serving.
Preparation time: 20 minutes including cooling time approx 30 minutes
Chilling time: 4 hours
Tip: You can ring the changes by using drained, canned or bottled cherries instead of raspberries.
Nutritional analysis per serving:
8g fat (of which 3g saturated fat)
57g carbohydrate (of which 36g sugar)
For those who are looking for a chocolate hit without the guilt, a 100ml glass of Oatly Chocolate contains 1.5 g of fat, of which only 0.2g is saturated fat, and only 3 grams of the sugars is added sugar: the rest is natural sugars from oats. Oatly Chocolate is lower in calories (55 kcal per 100ml) than other chocolate drinks on the market and tastes great hot or cold.
Oatly is available in four varieties (Oatly Enriched, Oatly Organic, Oatly Chocolate and Oatly Dairy Free Alternative to Cream) and are lactose, milk protein and soya free so they’re great for anyone who suffers from milk protein allergy, lactose intolerance and/or an allergy to soya.
But you don’t have to have a food intolerance or allergy to enjoy the great taste and health benefits of Oatly. Oatly is naturally high in fibre, low in saturated fat and is cholesterol lowering: just one 250ml glass of Oatly provides a third (1g) of the daily requirement of beta-glucans (soluble fibre) for cholesterol reduction.
Available from Waitrose, selected Sainsbury’s, Tesco, Morrisons and ASDA stores as well as Holland & Barrett and independent health stores, Oatly Organic and Oatly Enriched cost £1.39 for a 1 litre pack, Oatly Chocolate is £1.49 for a 1 litre pack and Oatly Dairy-Free Alternative to Cream is 79p for a 250ml pack. Oatly stays fresh for 4-5 days in the refrigerator after opening.
Further information about Oatly and more recipes can be found at www.oatly.com.
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• Oats have a cholesterol lowering effect
• Oats stabilise the blood sugar
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• Oats are a good source of vitamins B and E, iron, calcium
• Oats offer more amino acids than any other cereal,
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