I use oatbran in porridge (cook with skim milk in microwave and serve with yoghurt) as a cold breakfast 'slurry' (add to sweet yoghurt, let it sit a few minutes to soften) in muffins (mini ones - lamington-style are my favourite - a spoon of weight watchers drinking chocolate and a teaspoon of coconut essence are added to the mix) and of course in pancakes (quark, egg, natvia cinnamon and oatbran).
I use quark in pancakes and sauces.
Philadelphia Extra Light
A fine product I use as a substitute for frommage frais. The extra light says that it is less than 5% fat, which is not 'virtually fat-free' as specified, but it is okay. It might be a bit stiffer than required as I often need to add non-fat yoghurt to Dukan recipes to lighten them up a bit.
I use Phillie in muffins, desserts and sauces.
Perfect Italiano Extra Light Ricotta
"I have found a low fat ricotta (1.9% fat per 100gr) in my local foodland. It is not as tasty as Quark, but good for cooking pancakes". Sounds great for those times that there is just no quark to be found.
After trying a few I can recommend Forme vanilla and a new product, Vaalia, vanilla light.
We average a litre or more a day.
Natural no--fat yoghurt
Dollops of the yoghurt sit alongside many of the meats I eat on PP days - especially when extra spicy.
It is so delicious that I have been known to sweeten with natvia and just eat it as a dessert!
(the fruit ones by Tamar Valley are just lovely, but you will need to wait until stabilisation....).
A sweetner made from a different plant that is as sweet as sugar, and completely natural. It has replaced splenda in our hot drinks, but as yet, I haven't cooked with it, but it looks promising as it has much less kJ than Splenda!
I keep some 500 ml round screw top containers just for this purpose and will make up 6 at a time (3 litres). I also like to count this towards my fluid requirements.