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First off, Which has more caffiene, Dukan Diet Mt. Dew or Dukan Diet Dr. Pepper? Looking forward for any answer or 2. My 2nd question... I made these darlings for breakfast this morning..


1 Dukan Diet Pancake Mix.

1/4 Cup of Egg Beaters.

1/4 Cup of DaVinci Coconut Syrup (or Vanilla).

1 tbsp Splender.

1/2 tsp Cinnamon.

1/4 tsp of Cocunut flavored extract (or Vanilla).

1/4 tsp Baking Powder.

1/3 Cup of crushed pineapples drained.


In a small bowl, mix all of your dry ingredients. Then, blend in egg beaters and syrup. Mix well until smooth. Fold in pineapples..

Spray two individual baking dishes (or you can use a regular sized loaf pan) and pour half the mixture into each..

Bake in preheated 375 degree oven for 25 minutes or until a toothpick comes out clean..

This counts as your entree, fruit and.

1/2 protein.



Comments (11)

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

Comment #1

Yep pina colada bundt cake a favorite of mine, but I prefer to use less of the DaVinci syrup (that much tends to leave an aftertaste I don't care for)... also, I usually add a bit of pineapple syrup & extract ....

It also works nicely with Gerber 2nd's Pineapple/pear puree (3.5 oz, then you don't have leftover canned pineapple).... just add a bit more pineapple flavoring....

By the way.

1/4 cup egg sub =.

One half.

Dairy/protein (see grocery additions list), not 1/5 while egg sub is a low calorie dairy/protein item, 1/2 cup is one serving.


Comment #2

I thought 1 serving was 100 cal for protein. My egg beaters are 30 cals for a 1/4 cup. Help set me straight..

Comment #3

I personally would count the 1/4 cup Egg Beaters as a third of a protein serving, I like to get my full 100-calorie allotment of protein/dairy if I can, s I feel more satisfied. There is 0 fat in egg substitute so you still have 70 calories to play with...

Comment #4


The dairy/protein serving sizes, per the Dukan Diet grocery additions list (see My Program tab) are:.

Milk/Protein Servings.

Cheese, Fat-free or Low-fat 1 oz.

Chicken or Turkey (without skin) 1 oz.

Egg 1.

Egg Substitute 1/2 cup.

Egg Whites 3.

Fish (fresh or frozen, not breaded) 1 oz.

Lean Beef (Round, Sirloin, Flank, Tenderloin, Chuck, Rump) 1 oz.

Lean Pork 1 oz, (Fresh or Boiled Ham, Canadian Bacon, Tenderloin, Loin Chop).

Milk, Fat-free 1 cup.

Non-fat or Low-fat Cottage Cheese 1/4 cup.

Parmesan, (grated) 2 Tbsp.

Sandwich Meat, (with 2 grams of fat or less per ounce) 1 oz.

Sardines, 2.

Shellfish, (Clams, Crab, Lobster, Scallops, Shrimp) 2 oz.

Tuna, (canned in water) 1/4 cup.

Vegetarian Protein Foods, ("Veggie" Burgers, Smart Dogs) 2 oz.

Yogurt, Fat-free, 8 oz.

And while you.


Have up to 100 calories for a Dairy/Protein serving, as long as there are at least 7 gram of protein and no more than 3 grams of fat, the point is the Protein grams in the serving, not the calories....

So, using the 100 cal max, the 1/4 cup egg sub would be approx 1/3 of a dairy/protein serving and using the Dukan Diet list, it's 1/2 of a serving and in neither case would the 30 calories for 1/4 cup of egg sub be 1/5 of a protein (5 x 30 = 150)....


Comment #5

She might be figuring in part of the egg beaters as replacement for the milk that you normally mix with the pancake mix, since you put a 1/3 cup of milk in that counts with the pancake mix as your entree...

Comment #6

The egg beaters in this recipe should not count as anything. The calories for 1/4 cup of egg beaters are pretty much equal to the calories of milk that you would be adding to the pancake mix anyway...

Comment #7

Sorry for the typo - I meant 1/2 a protein.......

Comment #8

I love pineapple and coconut. Looks very tasty. I think I'll plan on making this some time over the weekend. What a treat!.

Take care,.


Comment #9

This looks so good and simple to make. I love these kind of recipes!.

And you got to eat both????? UMMMM..


Comment #10

My bad...Thanks Lynn for the baby food tip! I used up 3 jars of carrots, and just as quickly forgot how good and easy that was. My brain cells are shrinking!..

Comment #11

Crazypraz, these look great! I so overordered the pancakes for recipes such as this. DH enjoys them for a grab-n-go breakfast on the road everyday...

Comment #12

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


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