Besides, my sister asked me to.
This is a little more Dukan-Diet friendly. I normally added fruit to it, and you still totally could, but with this version, I add cinnamon to the yolks and it's quite good just as it is.
I also now use my KitchenAid to mix the whites. Not sure what I was thinking before. My mom made some mention about it, now that she has a beautiful red one of her own. My dad rocks, for buying it for her for Christmas.
I thought, duh! Why don't I use it. And it saves me soooo many steps and lots of time.
I use 3 eggs. Whites only in the mixer. Yolks in a small bowl. I toss 1 yolk in the dog's bowl to keep my yolks down to 2 a day, they have a bit more fat in them. Then, turn it on! Let the mixer do the work.
To your yolks, add: 1/2 teaspoon cornstarch (only like 1.166 grams of carbs), 1 tablespoon of milk, 1/2 teaspoon vanilla, 1/2 teaspoon of sweetener (I use stevia), or 1 teaspoon of sugar, 1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon (or more if you love it).
I mix with a spatula, cause you're gonna fold it into the fluffy egg whites once you're done.
Now gently, fold it into the whites and scrape out into a skillet. Mine is preheated cause it's cast iron, but whatever you're using, keep the heat VERY LOW.
Put a lid on it. Or a cookie sheet if you don't have one. This will help steam it and cook it through. The cornstarch helps fluff it a bit and also gives it more of a soft tooth, or a pancake like texture.
You could probably add a whole teaspoon of cornstarch for more texture, at still only a couple grams of carbs.
It only pulled away from the sides here in this picture cause I got air underneath it. It won't do that by itself.
It's only just barely browned. Then I flip it out on a plate. See how it's only lightly browned?