Here is a collection of some of the recipes I have attempted throughout my 11 months of following the Dukan Diet. Most of the recipes I have tried can be found in Dr Dukans books, the original as well as the new Dukan Cookbook.

Some worked and others were complete failures. Feel free to poke around.

New recipes might be coming through slowly since I have modified my Dukan Diet to work with my new Bodybuilding dreams, but I'm sure I will continue to post some new, delicious and tested recipes for you all to enjoy as I continue on my journey.


Sauces, Mayonnaise & Dressings

Classic Mayonnaise
White Sauce

Attack Phase

Oat Bran and Herb Crusted Baked Fish
A Variation On Grand-mamans Gallette
Roast Chicken with Tarragon and Lemon
Chicken with Mustard
Lemon Chicken
Crab-Stuffed Eggs
New BodyBuilding Friendly Gallette (Still Dukan!)

Cruise Phase

Mini Chicken and Broccoli Quiches
Spaghetti Squash
Cauliflower Pizza Crust
Shrimp-Stuffed Tomatoes
Green Cabbage Gratin
Butternut Squash Soup
Cauliflower Gratin
Tofu Kebabs
Spinach and Chicken Scrambled Eggs


Please note these recipes might have baking powder and cocoa which are tolerated in Cruise, but only in limited amounts. Enjoy responsibly. ;)

Dukan Chocolate Cake
Chocolate Carrot Muffins 
Oat Bran Cinnamon Chocolate Cookies

Consolidation Phase Desserts

Scrambled Blueberry Delight
Oat Bran Gallette
Apple and Strawberry Dessert
Dukan Muffins
Oat Bran Chocolate Chip Cookies
Mmm Apple Chips



  1. Hi again... I have been hearing a lot about these new shirataki carbs, no fat, no nothing! All the websites I have seen say that they are accepted in the Dukan but have you tried them? They are really hard to find in Italy (gee I wonder why with all the abundance of pasta around) and expensive but if anyone gives me the thumbs up I'll try to get them online and give it a go :-)

    1. I have not found any in Canada, but I have heard a lot about them and know that they are complicated to cook, but well worth it, really delicious if prepared properly. Listen to slgbug66 down below and do your research on proper marinating.

      Good luck!

  2. I love them, just found them in macaroni form,the brand I find in the US is House of Foods. The trick is preparing them, rinse them well, and marinate them, on PV days,mix with onions and peppers, they absorb flavor. I've heard of baking them for a crunchy snack, but haven't tried that yet!