The A-OK Breakfast – Blueberry Vanilla Spice Zabaglione!

Zabaglione is an Italian dessert that is supposed to be just this side of cooked eggs. I like being sure about such things, so my recipe for it will vary from what the very best cookbooks say. That is okay with me. Cooking just a few seconds longer gives me peace of mind. Let this yummy recipe change your way of thinking about breakfast!

2 eggs
1/4 c. cream
1 serving stevia powder
1/2 t. cinnamon
dash nutmeg
few drops vanilla
1. t. butter
large handful frozen blueberries

Place blueberries in a cereal or soup bowl to be ready.

bowl of berries

Bowl of Berries

Place rest of ingredients except butter into mixing bowl and whip.

ready to mix

Ready to Whip

 Melt butter in small saucepan and pour in egg mix. Cook on medium while constantly stirring with whip, until mixture thickens. Quickly pour over berries in bowl. Serve with beverage of your choice. Enjoy!

finished product

Finished Product

4 thoughts on “The A-OK Breakfast – Blueberry Vanilla Spice Zabaglione!

  1. Karen Gilmore says:

    Kathy, it is almost blueberry season here. Come visit and we will pick enough to fill up your freezer. Yummm. The Blueberry Jubilee is June 11. It is a lot of fun.

    Karen

  2. Tanya Reddin says:

    is it supposed to be like french toast w/o the bread? looks a little like it could taste like that. I’ll have to try this. (oh, and what is stevia?)

    • katharinetrauger says:

      Tanya! Wow, haven’t heard from you in ages! Thanks for commenting!
      French toast–yes, I guess, a bit like that, but without the bread, the texture is more like a cross between oatmeal and scrambled eggs. But yummy!
      Stevia is the short name for “stevia rebaudiana”, a South American plant with juice that when dehydrated, is 300 time sweeter than sugar. It has no calories and does not harm teeth. It costs less than sugar, too, per serving, if you buy the pure stuff. You can find it with extenders in it at most food stores, near the sugar. The pure version is in most health food stores, and only a fourth teaspoon can noticeably sweeten a whole gallon of iced tea.

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