Fluffy Scrambled Eggs - Lightened up a Bit

Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 5 mins

This recipe was inspired by tips from both Kittencal and PaulaG. Kittencal came up with the idea of adding baking powder to scrambled eggs to make them fluffy, and PaulaG passed on a tip about using non-fat or low-fat evaporated milk in place of whipping cream in certain recipes. Thanks to both of these great chefs!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Whisk ingredients until well incorporated. Let sit 5 minutes.
  2. Meanwhile, heat heavy non-stick pan over medium-high heat, then spray with butter-flavored cooking oil.
  3. Pour eggs into heated pan and cook, stirring and lifting with non-stick spatula throughout.
  4. Turn heat off before eggs reach desired consistency and transfer to heated plates. Eggs will continue to cook a little after removed from pan.


Most Helpful

I used 3 large eggs for the 2 off us and the DM and I had an enjoyable breakfast, served with buttered wholemeal/wholegrain toast. Next time I will add some finely chopped fresh herbs to add some extra flavour. Thank you puppitypup, made for Everyday A Holiday.

I'mPat January 04, 2010

I think every DH is easily impressed with fluffy eggs! Well, we had this without him, but when I made fluffy scrambled, after a different recipe, he was so happy. This is the way we do scrambled eggs from today! Next time I'll dress them up a little.Thanks.

littlemafia January 04, 2010

Well...what can I say.DH finished his plateful,declared that I had really surpassed myself (and I make good scramble!) and that the eggs were superb!Not only that,my 2 year old kept demanding more! I think that you can say that this was a resounding success.This is the way that it will be done from here on in.Thanks Puppity for such a simple and fabulous recipe. Made for 1-2-3-4 Hit Wonders.

Noo December 27, 2008

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