How do I get fit without changing my Dukan Diet?

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My 1st question is: How do I get fit without changing my Dukan Diet? Thanks in advance for any response. Another quick question... A month or so back a saw a recipe for pumpkin scones, using the pancake mix. Anyone still have it? Thanks!..

Comments (6)

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..

Comment #1

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!..

Comment #2

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...

Comment #3

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...

Comment #4

I did the same when I lived in DC, but have yet to find it here in Tucson...

Comment #5

Check in Walmart thats where I buy it. Its usually by the chocolate chips etc for cooking on a lower shelf...

Comment #6

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...

Comment #7

This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.


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