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First off, What is the best Dukan Diet give me the Dukan Diet plan to be followed? Looking forward for any answer or 2. Another quick question... Cinnamon Streusel Scone.

Counts as Dukan Diet breakfast or Dessert.

155.7 Calories, 6.5g protein.


3 tbsp. Heart Smart Bisquick.


Cal, 2g protein.

3/4 tbsp. Wheat Flour 27 cal, 1g protein.

1/4 tsp. Baking Powder.

1/4 egg white (Whip egg white until fluffy about 30 seconds. 2 tsps. egg white= 1/4 egg white) 5cal, 1g protein.

1/2 tsp. FF Evaporated Milk negligible.

1/4 tsp. Imitation Butter Flavor.

1 3/4 to 2 tbsps. Splenda.

1/3 tsp. Cinnamon.

1/4 tsp. Imitation Vanilla Extract.

1 tsp. Promise FF Butter Spread (or other Fat Free butter spread) 0 cal.

1/2 tbsp. FF Sour Cream 3.7 cal.

For icing:.

Heaping 1 tbsp. FF Philadelphia Cream Cheese (Some will stick to ziploc so all will not be used) 15 cal, 2.5g protein.

1 tsp. Promise FF Butter Spread.

1/3 tsp. Imitation Vanilla Extract.

2 tsp. Splenda.

Preheat oven to.


Line a pan with foil and sprits center lightly with 0 cal cooking spray..

In a small bowl, combine flours, splenda, cinnamon, and baking powder. Whip egg white in a separate bowl and add the two teaspoons of it, followed by the remaining ingredients. Stir all together well to ensure adequate mixing. Dough will be sticky. Do not over stir. Spritz 0 cal cook spray on top and sides of dough.

Put about 1/2 a teaspoon of Heart Smart on your hands. Roll dough and form a round, then place on lined pan. Flatten dough with your fingers, tapping and spreading into scone shape. Scone will be about 1 inch thick. If any dough remains in bowl, pull it apart and pinch it onto the top of the scone (if desired this creates the streusel look pictured)..

Bake 10 minutes. Rub a little FF promise spread (~.5 tsp) on top of the scone. Bake 8-10 more minutes..

Remove, allow to cool..

Mix all icing ingredients together while scone is baking. Place in the corner of a ziploc bag, cut the edge off, and use that as the icing funnel if you don't have one. Store icing in refrigerator until needed..

When scone is cooled, top with icing, sprinkle with Splenda and enjoy!..

Comments (12)

Hmm... I need to find out myself. I don't know what is the answer to that question. I'll do some research in Google and get back to you if I got an good answer. You should email the people at Dukan Diet as they probably know..

Comment #1

I am definitely going to try this tomorrow morning! I LOVE anything with cinnamon! One (stupid) question: Do I measure the 2 tsp. of egg whites before or after the egg white is whipped?.

Thanks again for sharing your awesome talent with all of us and happy holidays!..

Comment #2


Bunnie, that's it. You have now forced me, yes forced me, to kidnap you and install you in my house as my personal chef..


(Oh, and do you think I could use half & half instead of the evaporated milk?)..

Comment #3

Ooooh, and I wonder if you could add raisins for your breakfast fruit??? Bunnie, what do you think?..

Comment #4

Michelle Sure hope you like it!.

Jen I measured after whipping! Not a dumb question at all!.

Helen LOL! No kidnapping!.

And you can sub the milk! Adding raisins should also work, just don't add any more liquid ingredients than called for!..

Comment #5

I do not have any FF Promise. I only have ICBNB spray. Do I need to buy Promise for this??..

Comment #6

Birdie, I want to say yes. Although I'm not sure! You could try using 1/2 tsp. ICBINB in place, I think that may serve the same purpose!..

Comment #7

You are simply amazing!! You never disappoint with your recipes on daily basis!! I make and talk about your recipes ALL the time!! My fiance couldn't believe how young you are!! I had to laugh!! Who said good "chef-tresses" were all old ladies!! LOL Thanks, again, Marie!!..

Comment #8

Bunnie, you say use 2 tsps of egg whites. How much water should I add? By the way, I hate beating egg whites!! But if that is what must be done, oh wonderful "chef-tress", then that is what I must do!!....LOL Your recipes are great!!..

Comment #9


LOL at your fiance! Yup, I'm a youngin'! Believe me, I wish I were older and established! But my time will come!.

For the egg whites, if you are using like bottled whites ("All Whites" brand, etc..), just use 2 teaspoons. I always use the whites from a whole egg, and either discard the rest, make it for someone else to eat, or for my protein serving. You don't have to add any water to either..

Sorry you hate beating the whites! I always do that to stiffen them up. I'm afraid it would be too liquidy otherwise!..

Comment #10

I would love to make this, but the stores by me no longer sell FF Promise spread......I've looked all over, even checked the Promise website..

Is there a sub I can use in place of the FF Promise spread?..

Comment #11

Glad this got bumped up! Can't wait to try it! Looks yummy!..

Comment #12

Ragdoll90, I know what you mean. My Wally World stopped carrying it several months ago & I can't find it anywhere else...

Comment #13

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


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