Dukan Diet Attack Phase Recipe: Oat Bran Free Dukan Bread

It is really a bit of a cheek to call this recipe Oat Bran Free Dukan Bread because it is actually a very well established recipe which has been used by followers of the Atkins Diet for many years.  It just so happens that these rolls are also equally suitable for followers of the Dukan Diet but I think it would have too confusing to give this recipe it proper name which is Atkins Revolution Rolls or Ooopsie Rolls.

The really great thing about these rolls is that they use ingredients that you can eat on every day of the Dukan Diet including the first quick weight loss phase – Attack.  I personally prefer Dukan Bread made with oat bran but being able to have these rolls does give you much more flexibility.

As well as providing the recipe below I’ve also found a very helpful YouTube video that demonstrates how to make this Oat Bran Free Dukan Bread.

Oat Bran Free Dukan Diet Rolls

Based on the recipe from the 1972 Dr. Atkins Diet Revolution book

Ingredients (Makes 6 rolls)

  • Pam spray
  • 3 eggs
  • 1/4 teaspoon cream of tartar
  • 3 tablespoons cottage cheese (up to 2% fat content) or fat free cream cheese
  • 1 teaspoon of sweetener


  1. Preheat oven to 300°F, 150°C or Gas Mark 2
  2. Separate the eggs very carefully making sure none of the yolk gets into the whites.
  3. Beat egg whites with cream of tartar until whites are stiff and stay in the bowl when tipped
  4. Spray Pam on a Teflon cookie sheet.
  5. Blend the yolks, cottage cheese/cream cheese and sweetener and gently fold into the egg whites taking care not to break down the egg whites.
  6. Place the mixture carefully on the Teflon cookie sheet, gently putting one tablespoon full on top of another until each “roll” is about 2 inches high. Repeat this until you have 6 piles.
  7. Place the cookie sheet in the oven and bake for about 30 – 40  minutes.

Oat Bran Free Dukan Roll

54 Responses to “Dukan Diet Attack Phase Recipe: Oat Bran Free Dukan Bread”

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  • Alex on June 4, 2015

    Hi there!

    I have made these twice now, the first time I didn’t really like them as they were a bit too eggy. The second time I used quark instead of cottage cheese and put half a teaspoon of cream of tartar as well as 2 pinches of baking powder.

    I also added 3 tablespoons of blended oatbran , now I know this is too much for PP but I only have 2 buns a day max. (and I am aware of the fact oatbran shouldn’t be made into flour too often)…

    The buns came out a lot less “omelette-y” and a bit more spongy.

    Just though I would share 🙂

    Great website btw , really helped me with understanding Dukan Diet better!

    • Amber on June 6, 2015

      Hi Alex

      Thanks for sharing your tip.

      Best wishes


  • Kathia on March 10, 2015

    Hi Cassie,
    I have this protein in chocolate flavor, it’s low carb and i wonder if i can use it to this recipe?


    Thank you very much!!

    • Amber on March 15, 2015

      Hi Kathia

      The whey protein isn’t a required ingredient as the video explains and I’ve not included it in the recipe I’ve given to try to discourage using it. Whey powder is quite high in calories and if it is used in large amounts it could interfere with weight loss. One level scoop (40 g) of the product has 150 calories.

      Best wishes


  • Cassie on August 30, 2014

    Wow, I didn’t realize how hard it is to find low carb whey protein, but even harder to find it without flavor.

    Would this one be suitable, if I decide to add the whey protein to this recipe?


    Also, would these rolls (w/o the protein) be suitable for my kids to eat? They are having a hard time staying away from my Dukan foods so it would be nice to tell them it’s ok to eat something that I am making…

    Thanks again.

    • Amber on September 5, 2014

      Hi Cassie

      This whey powder is fine and there is no reason why your kids should not have this food as part of a balanced diet.

      Best wishes


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