Lose weight with taste: menu for Wednesday from Julia Mayevskaya

TOHow to make a PP pizza? A fitness trainer shares her recipe Yulia Mayevskaya


Egg nests


2 eggs
10 g grated hard cheese
Any frozen vegetables (I have peas and pumpkin)


Separate the whites from the yolks, beat the whites with a pinch of salt in a dry bowl until strong peaks. Spread the nest-shaped foam with a small indentation on good baking paper or silicone mat. Put the yolk in the well, sprinkle the whites with grated cheese and bake in an oven preheated to 210 C for 8-10 minutes. Boil or defrost frozen vegetables or mushrooms in the microwave, put them on a “pillow”, and put ready-made eggs on them. Decorate the dish with herbs and tomatoes.


PP pizza

For filling:

Fresh tomatoes
Suluguni or mozzarella cheese
Pesto sauce”

For the test:

200 g cottage cheese
6 tbsp. l. any flour (I have 3 tablespoons of green buckwheat flour and 3 tablespoons of spelled flour)
1 egg
A pinch of salt


Grind cottage cheese with egg, add flour and salt. Roll the dough into a ball and wait a few minutes until it swells. Roll out the dough on a silicone mat with your hands, forming the sides. Put tomatoes cut into circles on the dough, alternating with cheese. Bake the pizza in the oven at 180 C for about 20-25 minutes. Top the finished pizza with pesto sauce.


Cutlets with mashed cauliflower

For cutlets:

500 g chicken or turkey
1 egg
A handful of rolled oats (oatmeal)
100 ml vegetable milk or cream
Salt, spices (to taste)

For mashed potatoes:

300 g cauliflower
100 ml of vegetable milk (I have coconut)


Cut the fillet and chop with a blender, then add milk, egg and rolled oats, mix everything. Fry in a non-stick frying pan on a drop of oil, for 5 minutes on both sides, then simmer under the lid until tender, adding a little water. At the end, boil the cauliflower, add milk, spices to it and whisk!

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