Wheat French Toast & Bacon

Wheat French Toast & Bacon

Ready in 45 minutes
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High-fiber wheat bread makes this french toast a hearty alternative to the 'fluffy' texture of white bread. Aside from the bacon, this recipe is a healthy one.

"The use of egg whites, sugar-free syrup, and healthier butter substitute makes this a healthy breakfast. The texture of the high-fiber wheat bread also makes it more satisfying."

- Eugene1942

Ingredients

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2 slices Bacon
2 slices Double-Fiber Wheat Bread
2 Egg whites; (Jumbo size)
1/4 teaspoon Pumpkin Pie Spice
2 packets Splenda sweetener
1/4 cup Sugar-Free maple flavored syrup
2 tablespoons Smart Balance butter substitute
Butter flavored cooking spray

Original recipe makes 1 Serving

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Preparation

Microwave bacon slices wrapped in paper towel for about 2-1/2 minutes. Let sit until toast is ready.

Lightly beat egg whites, pumpkin pie spice and Splenda in a shallow bowl until well mixed. Soak bread in the mix on both sides until all the mixture has been absorbed (dribble any remaining on top of toast while cooking). Meanwhile, spray a skillet with cooking spray and heat over medium heat. Cook toast until golden brown on both sides. Place toast on serving plate, and top with Smart Balance and syrup. Serve with bacon on the side.

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Wheat bread french toast and bacon photo by Eugene1942 Eugene1942

Wheat bread french toast photo by Eugene1942 Eugene1942

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The use of egg whites, sugar-free syrup, and healthier butter substitute makes this a healthy breakfast. The texture of the high-fiber wheat bread also makes it more satisfying.
Eugene1942 2 years ago
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