Fitness Recipe: Zebra Cheesecake

This dessert quickly became one of our favourites. We love its easy preparation, protein-packed ingredients and unconfined taste. And the way it looks is just the icing on the cake. It’s not nonflexible to conjure up this streaky texture, and with our tutorial, anyone can do it. You’ll see that you’ll enchant your taste buds as well as the sweet tooth of your friends with this succulent treat.


  • 500 g soft non-fat quark
  • 250 g lumpy non-fat quark
  • 70 ml low fat milk
  • 50 ml maple syrup
  • 20 g cocoa
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 banana
  • 1 pack of powdered vanilla custard
  • Vanilla Flavor Drops to taste

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Blend the banana, egg, maple syrup and lumpy quark with a stick blender. Then add the soft quark, custard powder, milk (50 ml) and vanilla Flavor Drops to taste. Mix then thoroughly. Divide this quark cheese mixture into two halves, stir the cocoa into one half and add the remaining 20 ml of milk, both parts should then be well-nigh the same consistency.

Then take a cake tin (ours was 20 cm in diameter) and line it with sultry paper. Fill it by successive white and brown quark cheese mixture. Always pour it in the middle to create a zebra effect. Continue in this way until you have used up both quark cheese mixes.

Zebra cheesecake - method

Preheat the oven to 170°C and torch for 45 minutes. Then indulge the dessert to cool, cut a big piece from it and enjoy.

Zebra cheesecake


Nutritional values

1 serving (10 servings in total)

Energy value 114 kcal
Protein 12 g
Carbohydrates 12 g
Fats 2 g

If you like protein-packed desserts that are moreover unconfined for weight loss, this cheesecake is the perfect choice.