A friend sent a Pinterest article with this recipe and I had to try it. The original blog post I read should win the award for the best photos and videography. They made it look simple and delicious.
I tried it, it was actually simple (once I got it right) and it was as delicious as I had hoped.
It is actually very simple.
First separate 3 eggs.
Whites in one bowl, yokes in another bowl.
Mix 1/4 teaspoon of Cream of Tarter with the egg yokes. This is where I failed the first time.
You must not get any yoke in this mixture. Also mix on high speed for about 4 minutes. The first time I did this I mixed the whites for a bit, then I mixed the yokes for a bit and vice versa.
This is a no, no! Do not mix the ingredients until the whites are fully mixed and fluffed.
I continued to whip the whites and cream of tarter until the mixture was firm enough to spoon out of the bowl.
I had already mixed the yokes when I started over on the whites. Once the whites where ready I slowly mixed the two together with a spoon.
Mix the yokes with 3 tablespoons of softened cream cheese. Mix until there are no more clumps of the cream cheese.
Once the two were mixed together I moved them to a cookie sheet that I had prepared with wax paper and olive oil.
Cook it for 20 minutes at 300.
Let it cool for a few minutes and then move to a cooling rack.
I made two dishes with this for my Sunday morning breakfast.
First I made a egg, cheese and bacon sandwich. With a little mayonnaise this was delicious!
Then I made a sugar free jam treat.
This keto treat was fantastic.
Once again the level of success for me is measured by how much my kids like it. They love this and have eaten all of our first batch. We will need to make another batch for lunch and then probably more for lunches this coming week.