That's a good question. I'm not sure what is the right answer to your question. I'll do some Googling and get back to you if I discover an useful answer. You should email the people at Dukan Diet as they probably could answer your Dukan Diet question..
Why not use the bran cereal "scone" recipe and just add half a cup of pumpkin (perhaps cut back a bit on the other liquid or add a tbsp or two of wheat or oat fiber). And don't forget the pumpkin spices!..
Thought it would probably help if I added the recipe that I originally found. Instead of buttermilk, I just added a bit of vinegar to my almond milk to "sour" it. WOrked just fine..
NS Nutriflakes (40% Bran).
2 tbsp of Buttermilk.
1 tbsp of Egg Beaters.
1 tbsp of Splender.
1 tsp of Butter Flavor Extract.
1 tsp of Vanilla Extract.
1/4 tsp Baking Soda.
1/4 tsp Baking Powder.
2 tbsp Raisins.
In a mimi chopper, grate/chop the Nutriflakes until you have a course flour. Mix in the buttermilk and egg beaters (replaces the milk for the cereal) and let sit for a minute or two (this allows the dry cereal to soak up the liquid and get moist). Blend in the next five ingredients. Then fold in the raisins..
Spray a single serve dish with Buttered Flavored Pam and fill with mixture. Bake in an preheated oven at 400 Degree for 10 - 15 minutes..
This comes out nice and moist. This counts as your entree and your fruit. Just add a dairy/protein to complete the meal...
You can buy powdered buttermilk in the baking aisle. I keep it on hand for when I need buttermilk in a recipe. You just mix with water when you need it...
I did the same when I lived in DC, but have yet to find it here in Tucson...
Check in Walmart thats where I buy it. Its usually by the chocolate chips etc for cooking on a lower shelf...
Hmmm.... Not a Walmart fan, even if it means improving a recipe..
Actually, I am trying to remember what I used to make that called for buttermilk. Probably a rather fattening salad dressing or something else that I really should not have around to tempt me...