Aug. 2015 Update: Current recipe:
Ingredients: 1 egg, 1/4 cup apple sauce, 3 TBL flour, 1/4 tspn baking powder, 1/4 tspn baking soda, 1 tspn ground cinnamon (to taste), and optionally a couple TBLs of shredded cheese.
Instructions: Scramble together the ingredients in a bowl, then melt/brown a little butter in a small fry pan, pour in your batter, cover the pan with a lid and let it cook for 5-6 minutes. It should have bubbles on the surface like a regular pancake, and solid enough to flip. Cook another 5-6 minutes. You can continue to flip and cook until you think both sides are done enough. Serve and eat.

Looks like a pancake, but is mostly egg. Here’s what I did this morning, on whim, in an effort to make my fried egg more interesting:

  1. Scramble together 1 egg, 2 TBL apple sauce, 1 TBL flour, 1/4 tsp baking powder. (bacon bits and shredded cheese if you like)
  2. Brown 1/2 TBL butter is small fry pan. Pour in your egg batter, cover and let cook until top is firm enough to flip (5-7 mins on lowest setting here).
  3. Flip and let it cook for at least another 5 mins on the other side.
  4. Make toast and layer with a slice of swiss for a sort of fried egg sandwich.

It was good but needs to be tweaked before it becomes great. I think I might add more pancake ingredients and leave off the toast. Needs more flavor. Could add cinnamon to go with the apple sauce. Or add more cheese to the mix itself.

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