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Eggles A La Lynne

Posted by Solitary Dancer on March 14, 2006

(my term for them)

This is my adaptation of an Atkins induction recipe, 9 carbs in entire recipe, makes 6 ‘eggles’ in a 6-muffin tin.

~easy to keep in the fridge~

3 eggs
70 grs heavy cream (2.46 oz)
100 grs cream cheese (3.52 oz)
50 grs bacon, pre-fried (1.76 oz)
90 grs edam cheese (3.17 oz)
onion or garlic salt

Whip the whites and keep in the fridge.
Mix the yolks with the cream cheese, the heavy cream, grated edam cheese and minced bacon (I first fried it in a pan without oil).
Mix this with the whites.
Bake in oven, 20 minutes, 190ºC (374 farenheit)
Sprinkle with onion or garlic salt.


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