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    Scrambled Eggs

    What the best way to make them so they are completely free on both days?

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    I use a dollop of fromage frais instead of milk.

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    Smile Delia scrambled eggs - yummy

    I found a Delia Smith Slimmers Scrambled eggs which is almost free. Put a desert spoon of milk in pan, heat and swirl round, add to beaten eggs seasoned with salt and pepper and scramble till almost done then stir in a desert spoon of quark. I was sceptical as I like mine made with butter and cream but I have to say these were as good!! Will definitely do again - hope this helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cakeyourday View Post
    I found a Delia Smith Slimmers Scrambled eggs which is almost free. Put a desert spoon of milk in pan, heat and swirl round
    May I ask if you spray the pan with low cal spray or anything first?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nightwolf View Post
    What the best way to make them so they are completely free on both days?
    Hi
    I just whisk my eggs and cook them in the microwave mixing every 20/30 seconds til nice and fluffy

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    That's a good idea, duh, why didn't I think of that? Washing a bowl or jug is so much easier than scrambled eggy saucepan!
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    Quote Originally Posted by cloudy6 View Post
    That's a good idea, duh, why didn't I think of that? Washing a bowl or jug is so much easier than scrambled eggy saucepan!
    Lol that's why I do it as I can't stand scrubbing a saucepan of egg

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    Quote Originally Posted by L1sa73 View Post
    Lol that's why I do it as I can't stand scrubbing a saucepan of egg
    Hehe, must admit the sight of the peeling off eggy muck afterwards almost puts me off eating it in the first place. Will try the jug method tomorrow.
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