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No Fat Luscious Dessert

Updated on July 16, 2010

Great "exotic" dessert for first time cooks. New brides will be able to impress their husbands with this wonderful dessert.

Wisconsin strawberry schaum torte.
Wisconsin strawberry schaum torte.

Super Easy, yet everyone will think that you slaved for hours in the kitchen!

No Fat Dessert You Will Love!

"WISCONSIN STRAWBERRY SCHAUM TORTE"

This recipe has been in my family for years, and was the first thing I learned how to make. This dessert is my absolute favorite and it has ZERO FAT!

No Fat Wisconsin Strawberry Schaum Torte

Yield 6

Line a cookie sheet with a single layer of brown paper cut from a brown paper grocery bag, or you may use parchment paper for baking.

Preheat oven to 300 Degrees

3 large eggs ( Whites Only)

1 cup sugar ( You can also use ½ cup sugar and ½ cup Splenda)

1 T Vanilla

1 t  creme of tartar

In large bowl beat egg whites until stiff and forming peaks, add cream of tartar, continue beating and add sugar a little at a time, continuing with the beating at high speed until you have very stiff, high and glossy peaks.

Spoon mixture onto cookie sheet, making 6 equal round tortes.

Bake at 300degrees for an hour. Turn off heat and leave tortes in oven for another hour. Remove from oven and allow to cool.

Top with sweetened strawberries!

You may also add vanilla ice cream or whipped cream, however the dessert will not be fat free if you do.

 

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      dreamreachout 6 years ago

      Wow wow .. atlast it has arrived!! I have to enquire more on this recipe from you because I didnt get all of it though the picture suggest that its going to be rollicking!! :)

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      immab 6 years ago from Long Island, NY!

      sounds awesome. how many calories? :)

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      dreamreachout 6 years ago

      Now tell me whats "splenda"!! Is it castor sugar? Whats the difference between that small 't' and capital 'T'? Is it tea-spoon and table-spoon?? I have to know this to understand the recipe!! But surely this is going to be terrific!! Will try out with my daughter sometime!! One thing .. both me and my daughter would love to add some ice-cream (Lol) here!!

      I am so happy that you finally brought out this recipe hub!! :)

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      Susan Haze 6 years ago from Sunny Florida

      Your dessert sounds devine and wonder of wonder - no fat.

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      magnoliazz 6 years ago from Wisconsin

      Hello Again DRO!

      A small t means one teaspoon and a big T means one tablespoon. Splenda is a no calorie sweetner and it tastes pretty good, but is best when you use half sugar, half splenda.

      I hope this works out for you.

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      dreamreachout 6 years ago

      magzz, now I got it!! Thats the sweetner I have with tea because I like everything less sweet!! Now we will try this out and let you know!! :)

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      SilverGenes 6 years ago

      OH OH OH! This is exactly what I'v been looking for! Thank you so much!!

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      magnoliazz 6 years ago from Wisconsin

      I hope you like it Silver Genes, it is one of my favorite desserts! During the winter months, I use the frozen strawberries from the store, they taste pretty good too.

      Everyone LOVES this recipes. You can buy schaum tortes in most stores here, but they are not as good as home made.

      I believe this recipe comes from Bavaria, the same place that invented angel food cake. Who knew plain old egg whites could be so wonderful!

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      Sunnyglitter 6 years ago from Cyberspace

      This looks delicious! I already have all the ingredients on hand, so I might try it.

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      celinewayne 6 years ago

      hi magnoliazz,

      i feel hungry looking at this dessert pic! i will surely try your recipe to impress my love one ;)

      thanks for sharing.

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      FirstStepsFitness 6 years ago

      Welcome to HubPages ! That dessert looks amazing ....thank you for sharing :)

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      dreamreachout 6 years ago

      Hi!! How are things at your end? Heard nothing from you in a long time!! Do let me know!! Cheers!!

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      dreamreachout 6 years ago

      Magzz, where are you lost again!!!!

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      frogyfish 5 years ago from Central United States of America

      Surprising dessert but it would be tasty! And easy.

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