Free Recipe: Coconut Orange Soufflés with Strawberry

Nutrition // Sarah Link // 16 April 2014


Easter shouldn’t be about eating kilos of chocolate – it’s about spending time with family and friends, right? This recipe is delicious, low-calorie and choc-free! Plus it’s an easy and impressive dish to add to your dinner party recipe collection.

Coconut Orange Soufflés with Strawberry

10 serves

35 min prep time

20 min cooking time

68 cal / serve


  • 1g Olive Oil Spray
6 Eggwhites (198g)

80g Sugar

1 teaspoon Vanilla Essence (5g)

1 Orange (185g), zest finely grated, juiced

3 tablespoons Desiccated Coconut (15g)

2 teaspoons Self-Raising Flour (5g)

250g Strawberries

2 teaspoons Icing Sugar (5g)


  1. Preheat oven to 180°C. Spray 10 small 1/3 cup (80ml) capacity ovenproof dishes lightly with oil. Place dishes in a large baking dish.

  2. Use an electric beater to beat eggwhites until soft peaks form. Gradually add sugar, beating well after each addition. Add vanilla and zest, beat to combine.

  3. Using a large metal spoon, fold in half the combined coconut and flour, then 1/4 cup (60 ml) orange juice, then remaining coconut and flour. Spoon mixture into prepared dishes, dividing evenly. Run your finger around the inside rim of each dish to clean.

  4. Pour enough boiling water into baking dish to come halfway up sides of small dishes. Bake for 20-25 minutes or until risen and golden.

  5. Meanwhile, wash strawberries, remove stalks and finely chop. Dust tops of soufflés with icing sugar and serve with strawberries.

Mish Tips

  • The soufflés are best eaten as soon as they’re baked.

  • If you like, combine the washed and hulled strawberries in a blender or food processor with the icing sugar, and blend until smooth to serve as a sauce for the soufflés.

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  1. Deane Anselm Reply

    Coconut oil is amazing for hair! Indians have been using it for a long time and it’s common practice to spend Saturdays oiling your hair. It’s also a great way for kids to get their homework done and bond with mom. For me, long term use of coconut oil (and I use it only every 6 months or so – bad me), I have softer, shinier, stronger hair.Indians also add almond oil to their coconut oil. I don’t know why but it smells wonderful

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