Saturday, April 28, 2012

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Low Fat Silky Eggs Dessert Recipe
Since I've started Nutrisystem, I've cut back on a lot. However, I was craving a particular dessert recently. One that my mom always makes for me when I'm home. However, I wanted to modify it to keep it low in calories and fat but still scrumptiously smooth and silky. Here is my brainchild. This can also be done in less than 15 minutes. I can guarantee that it'll be the smoothest, silkiest eggs you've ever had. It definitely is for me.

Recipe: Low Fat Silky Eggs (Serves: 2, Prep Time 5 min, Cook time 8 min)
Ingredients:
-2 large eggs
-400ml of Skim Milk/Substitute lactose-free milk if lactose-intolerant
-5 tsp of sweetener
-2 tsp Ginger powder (optional)

You will also need:
-2 mugs
-1 pot tall enough to fit the mugs

Instructions:
1) Beat eggs, milk, and sweetener in a bowl until slightly frothy. If using lactose-free milk, which has some natural sweetness to it, use 4tsp of sweetener instead.
Tip: If you enjoy the taste of ginger, add 2 tsp of ginger powder in this step to give it a little zing.
2) Split the mixture evenly between the two mugs filling to approximately 1/2-3/4" from the edge.
3) Boil ~1" of water in the pot.
4) When boiled, set the two mugs in and put the pot lid on. Let boil for 8 minutes.
5) Allow to cool slightly before attempting to remove the mugs from the pot. The mugs will be hot!
6) Serve warm-hot.

Tip: This can also be refrigerated for 6 hours to become a chilled dessert during those hot summer days.

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6 comments:

A Helicopter Mom said...[Reply]

Very cool! I'm on Nutrisystem too, so maybe I'll try this. Is it like a custard?

Tiffany said...[Reply]

Great idea. Thanks for sharing. I'll have to try this.

CinnyBBS said...[Reply]

@A Helicopter Mom, It's kind of similar to a custard but not quite in the sense that it isn't nearly as thick in consistency.

Caryn B. said...[Reply]

Wow...I've never heard of that....is it like a custard??? Or a pudding?

CinnyBBS said...[Reply]

@Caryn B., It's more similar to a custard due to the ingredients than a pudding but it's much lighter in texture. Give it a try and let me know what you think.

Jenn Mitchell said...[Reply]

I have never seen an egg dish like this. Thanks for sharing on my Foodie Friday link up.

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