Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 10 mins

I thought of the concept weeks ago, but tried it out for the first time this morning. It was good. I used only 1/4 tsp vanilla, but I could barely distinguish it, so I recommend using a tad more if you prefer bold flavors like myself. Can be easily doubled, tripled, etc. And experiement with extracts. I'm sure vegans (or non-ovos) can use tofu.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Whisk all ingredients together except syrup and toast.
  2. Pour mixture in a preheated skillet and prepare eggs to your preference (omelette-syle, etc. I scramble with a fork).
  3. Heat up syrup in a microwave.
  4. Place cooked egg on toast.
  5. Pour on syrup and sprinkle on some more cinnamon and/or sweetener if desired Eat& Enjoy!


Most Helpful

Absolutly Delicious. I have a new favorite Breakfast. It might enhance it a little more with a slice of Yves Vegetarian Canadian Bacon. Great Recipe.

The Rev. A.T. Hist September 09, 2003

The DM and I thoroughly enjoyed this lovely sweet treat for breakfast, I used 2 egg whites and 1 whole egg and scrambled, spraying the pan with a little canola oil and served on wholemeal/wholegrain toast with a drizzle of the sugar free maple syrup (just drizzled straight from the bottle). Will definately being doing this in future anytime I have egg whites left over from making the DH's caramel tart but would also like to try serving it on a toasted fruited english muffin. Thank you nomnom, made for Healthy Choices ABC Tag Game.

I'mPat June 26, 2011

This was pretty good. I increased the vanilla, substituted maple flavoring for syrup, and sweetened with stevia. I ate this without toast. Definitely a keeper, thanks!

haven't the slightest June 26, 2010

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