These low carb salted caramel cheesecake crepes are a perfect breakfast or dessert when you want something sweet on the egg fast. Eggs, cream cheese, and sugar free syrup make them so indulgent that you’ll forget you’re fasting.
For this recipe you’ll need: eggs, cream cheese, Kerrygold grass fed butter, sugar free salted caramel syrup (I used Torani), nutmeg, and an omelette pan.
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I am on day five, the last day, of my egg fast. I am surprisingly not tired of eggs but I think some of it is because of recipes like these salted caramel cheesecake crepes! They are so rich and full of flavor that I swear I’d be happy ordering them in a restaurant.
So the first two days of the egg fast I dropped 7 pounds. Day three I only dropped 1 pound, and day 4 was just half a pound. I’ll let you know what the final tally is but dropping 8 1/2 pounds in four days isn’t shabby. I realize that a lot of that is water but hey, if it makes my clothes loose and my measurements smaller, who cares what it is?
As long as it doesn’t creep back on.
I am going to transition off the egg fast carefully. Tomorrow I’ll eat egg fast friendly meals and snacks as usual until dinner and then I’ll have 1/2 cup creamed spinach and some grilled chicken breast. The next day I’ll have an egg fast friendly breakfast and then a protein shake for lunch, and 1/2 cup salad and chicken breast for dinner. I’ll stay on that for a couple of days to make sure that I’m not going to gain all the weight back overnight. The main thing that I’ve missed on my egg fast is protein shakes! I could live on those things with a salad alongside… and the occasional bacon cheeseburger.
My biggest issue has been drinking enough water. I am terrible about that even when I am working out. I may go through 50 ounces of water at the gym but then I’m lucky to drink another 10 ounces or so at home. That may be why I haven’t dropped more weight – my water intake dropped significantly after the second day.
I am determined to lose at least 10 more pounds before I go to France in April. I am planning to do another egg fast the first week of March to see if that works as well as this one has.
These crepes are amazing, if I do say so myself. When you are cooking them take them off the heat and roll them when the top is set but still soft. It makes a rich filling that’s totally addictive. The topping is creamy and all together the dish tastes a lot like a cheese danish. I will definitely be making these low carb salted caramel cheesecake crepes on a regular basis. I’ll change out the syrups, I think, to give a bigger variety to the flavors. My brain is spinning with possibilities!
Here’s that egg fast friendly breakfast recipe!
Table of Contents
Salted Caramel Cheesecake Crepes: Egg Fast Friendly
- 2 eggs
- 2 tablespoons cream cheese divided use
- 2 tablespoons butter divided use
- 2 tablespoons caramel syrup I use Torani – sugar free – salted
- nutmeg Freshly ground
- Put the eggs,1 tablespoon of cream cheese, and 1 tablespoon sugar free salted caramel syrup in the blender.
- Blend until smooth, about 1 minute.
- Meanwhile melt 1 tablespoon of butter in a crepe pan or on a lipped griddle.
- Pour half the batter on the griddle.
- Cook until golden on the bottom and just set but still creamy on top.
- Roll and remove to a plate.
- Repeat with the second crepe.
- Heat the remaining tablespoonful of cream cheese, butter, and syrup in the microwave until just soft.
- Blend until smooth.
- Use to top the crepes.
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5 thoughts on “Salted Caramel Cheesecake Crepes: Egg Fast Friendly”
How did you figure out the net carbs for this? I thought carbs minus fiber = net carbs. Your recipe has 14g of Carbs and 0g of Fiber
Are you looking at sugar free Torani? You also remove carbs from sugar alcohol.
This was delicious! I didn’t have the sf syrups, so I used 1 pkt monkfruit sweetener in the egg (added 1/4 tsp vanilla) and 2 tsps sf maple syrup in the sauce. As I read in a comment elsewhere, “Why let not having all the correct ingredients stop me?” Thank you for posting this!
Thanks for your comment.