Lean French Toast

lean french toast

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Healthy and delicious whole grain french toast recipe.

lean french toast

Yields1 Serving

 1 slice whole wheat bread
 (approx. 80 calories, 15g carbohydrate per slice)
 1 large egg, or egg substitute to equal one egg
 Dash ground cinnamon
 1/2 pkt. artificial sweetener, or to taste
 Drop of artificial maple flavor, or vanilla extract, optional

1

Break egg into a shallow, wide bowl; beat until the yolk and white are well blended.

2

Add cinnamon, sweetener, and flavor; and beat into egg until blended.

3

Place the slice of bread in the bowl and allow to absorb the egg mixture, turning over the bread to completely saturate both sides.

4

Place the bread in a small, non-stick skillet that has been lightly coated with cooking spray.

5

Pour any left-over egg mixture over the bread.

6

Cook bread, turning at least once, until both sides are lightly browned and the egg is cooked.

7

Serve immediately. (No syrup needed -- the flavor is cooked in!)

Ingredients

 1 slice whole wheat bread
 (approx. 80 calories, 15g carbohydrate per slice)
 1 large egg, or egg substitute to equal one egg
 Dash ground cinnamon
 1/2 pkt. artificial sweetener, or to taste
 Drop of artificial maple flavor, or vanilla extract, optional

Directions

1

Break egg into a shallow, wide bowl; beat until the yolk and white are well blended.

2

Add cinnamon, sweetener, and flavor; and beat into egg until blended.

3

Place the slice of bread in the bowl and allow to absorb the egg mixture, turning over the bread to completely saturate both sides.

4

Place the bread in a small, non-stick skillet that has been lightly coated with cooking spray.

5

Pour any left-over egg mixture over the bread.

6

Cook bread, turning at least once, until both sides are lightly browned and the egg is cooked.

7

Serve immediately. (No syrup needed -- the flavor is cooked in!)

Lean French Toast