Cottage cheese casserole with blackcurrant

Cottage cheese casserole with blackcurrant

Cottage cheese casserole with blackcurrant in the oven is a delicious and healthy dessert. After all, it has long been known that cottage cheese is a product that must be in the diet of every person, especially young people. However, children do not always like to eat cottage cheese. And if you cook a cottage cheese casserole, and even with berries, children will like this dessert. And to prepare such pastries is not difficult, and very little time. Various berries go very well with cottage cheese, blackcurrant is one of the best options for cottage cheese casseroles. Currants can be frozen on their own in the summer and stored in the refrigerator, or purchase in the store, now frozen berries are available all year round. Here is such a delicious blackcurrant casserole that will delight your family and friends on Sunday morning for breakfast.

Cooking time: 90 minutes.

Servings: 15.

Calories: 185.


  • cottage cheese (9%) - 1 kg;
  • eggs - 4 pcs;
  • semolina - 4 tbsp;
  • sugar - 7-8 tbsp. (or to taste);
  • sour cream - 1-2 tbsp;
  • salt - a pinch;
  • lemon juice and zest - optional;
  • vanilla - optional;
  • blackcurrant - 100 g;
  • potato or corn starch - 1-2 tbsp.


1. First you need to pick up delicious cottage cheese, homemade or bought in a store. You can also choose the percentage of fat content yourself. Cottage cheese for casseroles, you can take any. Put the cottage cheese in a bowl.

cottage cheese - photo step 1

2. You will also need chicken eggs. Eggs must be fresh. It is not necessary to separate the eggs and beat them separately.

chicken eggs - photo step 2

3. Need sugar. The amount of sugar can be taken according to the recipe, or according to your taste. A little more or a little less.

sugar - photo step 3

4. This cottage cheese casserole is prepared without flour, only with the addition of semolina. The amount of semolina can also be taken according to your preference.

semolina - photo step 4

5. Be sure to add a pinch of salt to any dish, even sweet. The casserole will be more fragrant if vanilla is added, but citrus fruits go well with cottage cheese. The zest of half a lemon and the juice will add a pleasant aftertaste to the dessert.

lemon - photo step 5

6. Add a little sour cream to the curd mass. Suitable sour cream of any fat content.

sour cream - photo step 6

7. Add all prepared products to the cottage cheese bowl.

We add all the prepared products to the bowl to the cottage cheese - photo step 7

8. Using a blender, mix into a homogeneous mass. But if you prefer the grains of cottage cheese to be visible, you can simply mix the mass with a fork.

cooking casserole - photo step 8

9. Any suitable baking dish must be greased with butter, take a small amount. After that, the form must be crushed with semolina or breadcrumbs. Glass and ceramic molds are suitable, as well as a cake mold and a detachable biscuit mold. But the latter, in addition, must be covered with parchment paper.

cooking casserole - photo step 9

10. Add starch to a bowl with frozen currants and mix well so that each berry is completely sprinkled.

Add starch to a bowl with frozen currants - photo step 10

11. Pour half of the curd mass into the mold and level it with a silicone spatula. Blackcurrant evenly distributed over the entire surface.

cooking casserole - photo step 11

12. Put the remaining curd mass on top of the berries. In the process of baking, the curd mass will rise strongly, so you need to fill the mold a little more than half.

cooking casserole - photo step 12

13. Heat the oven at t-180 ° C, top-bottom level, bake for forty, fifty minutes. Cooking time depends on the capacity of the stove. In the oven, the casserole rises well, first the sides, and gradually the middle. The casserole is ready when the middle has risen and the dish is nicely browned. If the edges are already brown during cooking, and the middle of the cottage cheese has not yet risen, cover the dish with foil or parchment paper so that the crust does not burn.

Cottage cheese casserole with blackcurrant

14. After the casserole is cooked, turn off the oven, but do not rush to get the dish. The casserole should stand for ten to fifteen minutes. During this time, the casserole will sink slightly and firm up. While still warm, you can cover the dish with powdered sugar, or you can wait for the casserole to cool completely and only then decorate with powdered sugar.

Cottage cheese casserole with blackcurrant

15. Cut the cottage cheese casserole with blackcurrant in the oven into arbitrary pieces and serve with morning tea or cocoa. Top with berries or jam as desired. Kids will definitely like this breakfast, they will definitely ask for an addition.

Cottage cheese casserole with blackcurrant