Healthy and Easy Low Sugar French Toast
This is an easy, quick, and healthy breakfast that is done in less than ten minutes yet feels like Sunday brunch. The calorie calculator on bigoven does not recognize pats of butter. This is why the calorie count looks as high as 754, but it is actually 344.
Yield: 1 Serving Ready in 9 minutes
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Healthy and Easy Low Sugar French Toast Preparation
First, Beat the eggs in a shallow, medium bowl or dish. Second, add milk and vanilla, whisk together. Put a medium sized skillet on low to medium heat on the stove. Add butter and move to coat. Add one slice of bread to bowl. Using a fork, push it down until submerged, then flip it over and repeat. Keep dunking it until the bread is soaked through but still intact. Use the fork to transfer it to the hot skillet. Repeat with the other slice of bread. Sprinkle cinnamon ontop of both piecesFry both pieces in the skillet, checking often (with a spatula or pancake flipper). Flip overusing pancake flipper or spatula, and brown the other side. When done, transfer to plate and serve immediately with 3 tablespoons maple syrup.
If you have egg mixture left over, either discard it or pour in into the hot pan to make a mini vanilla omelet. If you are not serving immediately, store in microwave oven to keep warm. Just a dash of cinnamon is needed on each piece.
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Healthy and Easy Low Sugar French Toast Reviews
10 months, 6 days, 22 hours, 28 minutes ago
Awesome! Will make again!
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