Before I get to today’s egg fast recipe, here’s a brief update on my 5 day Egg Fast. This morning I was down another .4 lbs, bringing my total lost so far to 7 pounds in four days! Tomorrow will be my final weigh-in from being on the fast, and I’ll post those results as well.
I’m really curious to see whether or not I’ll gain the weight back immediately after going off plan. I’m hoping not – otherwise this will have been pretty much a waste of time!
I’ll be tracking my weight over the next few days while off the plan, during which I’ll be eating really strict keto – lower in protein than usual, definitely less than 20g net carbs, and with a focus on fat in the form of butter, MCT oil, and olive oil. I’ll keep a strict log of what I’m eating those days, as well as any weight loss/gain, and will post my final results for the week this weekend – followed by a one week egg fast meal plan for those of you that want to try it out!
Yesterday I ate less eggs but more cheese, which was a byproduct of being gone all day and not having done enough prep. I ended up eating mostly string cheese and cream cheese pancakes all day, which skewed my egg – fat – cheese ratios a bit.
Not sure if it made a difference or not, and I was still down .4 this morning, so I’m not too worried about it. I also did strenuous yard work for about 6 hours yesterday – I was tired by the end, but had the energy to get it done, which is further proof that the body is able to burn fat for energy in the absence of carbohydrates.
What I Ate on Day Four
2 Tbsp MCT oil (in my bulletproof coffee)
4 Tbsp butter
2 Tbsp mayonnaise
3 oz cream cheese
2 oz cheddar cheese
3 string cheese
120 oz spring water
Today is my last day and I’m really looking forward to tomorrow when I can eat some veggies again. I miss texture in my food! That being said, this hasn’t been too painful. People have been worried that after doing the egg fast they might hate eggs. I don’t find that to be true so far. I actually look forward to my two eggs fried in butter every morning – that’s the only time that I eat them plain, so I’m not sick of it yet.
I change it up throughout the day with different preparations – both sweet and savory. I think that’s one of the most important things to avoid egg burnout when doing this fast. These snickerdoodle crepes (an easy variation of my low carb cream cheese pancakes recipe) are one of the sweet preparations, and also one of my favorite ways to eat the eggs on this plan.Print
Egg Fast Recipe – Snickerdoodle Crepes (Low Carb)
A delicious crepe recipe based on the popular snickerdoodle cookie! Low carb, keto, lchf, egg fast, and Atkins diet friendly recipe.
- Yield: Approximately 4 servings
For the crepes:
- 6 eggs
- 5 oz cream cheese, softened
- 1 tsp cinnamon
- 1 Tbsp granulated sugar substitute (Splenda, Swerve, Ideal, etc.)
- butter for frying
For the filling:
- 8 Tbsp butter, softened
- 1/3 cup granulated sugar substitute
- 1 Tbsp (or more) cinnamon
- Blend all of the crepe ingredients (except the butter) together in a blender or magic bullet until smooth. Let the batter rest for 5 minutes. Heat butter in a nonstick pan on medium heat until sizzling. Pour enough batter into the pan to form a 6 inch crepe. Cook for about 2 minutes, then flip and cook for an additional minute. Remove and stack on a warm plate. You should end up with about 8 crepes.
- Meanwhile, mix your sweetener and cinnamon in a small bowl or baggie until combined. Stir half of the mixture into your softened butter until smooth.
- To serve, spread 1 Tbsp of the butter mixture onto the center of your crepe. Roll up and sprinkle with about 1 tsp of additional sweetener/cinnamon mixture.
Approx nutrition info per serving: 434 calories, 42g fat, 2g net carbs, 12g protein
- Serving Size: 2 crepes, 2 Tbsp filling