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Thread: Stuffed French Toast (2 pts with syrup)

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    2 slices light bread (2 slices=1 point)
    1 Tbs fat free cream cheese (0 points)
    1/2 tsp grated orange peel (0 points)
    1 tsp orange juice or 1 tsp splenda (?)
    1 egg white whisked with 1 tsp water (0 points)

    Mix cream cheese with orange peel and sweetener.
    Spread on bread and make a sandwich
    Dip into egg and fry with Pam or whatever brand you use.

    I use Carey's sugar free maple syrup which is 30 calories for 1/4 cup. 1/4 cup is way too much syrup for me.
    You have to try it fixed this way first! It tastes so Bed and Breakfasty. If you know for sure that you won't like it then it'll be a great jump start on something different. Maybe instead of orange you might try strawberry preserves with DaVinci strawberry or orange marmalade with a Grand Marnier syrup.

    Technically, with 1/4 cup Carey's syrup, wouldn't we consider this to be 2 points? I used the online points calculater so there might be room for error. [img]smile.gif[/img]
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    This sounds good I am gonig to try it. Thanks
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    Sounds great! I'm gonna have to try this one.
    Kathy

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    Think I'll try this tomorrow morn. Thanks for sharing!
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    I made this for breakfast this morn..or at least I did the best I could with what I had.
    I used egg beaters instead (1 pt per 1/4 c one container has a cup)
    sprinkled with cinnamon and 1 t splenda and whisked
    1 T ff cream cheese (1 T =1 pt)
    2 slices lite oatmeal bread (1 pt)
    1 t orange marmelade (0 pt)

    So I came up with 3 points per serving but..mmmm delicious! My DH said that this recipe was a keeper. I was able to make 4 servings. The above ingredients does not reflect additional servings!

    Thanks for sharing. Now I'll do the same!
    Fawn
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    I just recently saw an IHOP commercial for this and I knew there would be a tasty and healthier version I could make. Thank you so much. This looks great.
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    This is one of those "oops, never mind" kind of edited posts.

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    This is great. I made a modified version and loved. I didn't use orange peel and orange juice in mine. I sprinkled splenda and cinnamon in my cream cheese and used raspberry spreadable fruit as a topping for it after it was done.

    Thanks for the great idea! [img]smile.gif[/img]
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    I am going to make this for DF this weekend. Usually he is the one making breakfast, but I will beat him to it. He has been drooling over the IHOP commercials for stuffed French toast, and this will be so much better for him.

    Thanks for sharing!

    Shannon

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    This was great! Can't wait to fix it again. I'm going to try making extra sandwiches this weekend so all I have to do is cook it in the morning. I found a really good sugar free syrup with only 10 calories per 1/4 cup. It's called Vermont Sugar Free. I found it at K-Mart.

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    This does look great. [img]graemlins/thumbup.gif[/img] I'm going to try it.

    Thank you for posting it! [img]graemlins/bcbsalute.gif[/img]

    Hugs,
    Dawna

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    Yummy! I bet my DD would love this too! Thanks for sharing. We'll give it a try.
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    This sounds so yummy! I was looking for something other than omlettes to serve my parent when they come for a visit in two weeks! I'm sure this will be a HUGE success!

    Thank you!!!!

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    p.c. Guest

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    I'm going to try this with sugar free Smuckers strawberry jam instead of the orange juice. YUM!

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    I loved these, they are great.

    I used ff cream cheese, orange marmelade, and orange peel. WONDERFUL! [img]graemlins/thumbup.gif[/img]

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    Cant wait to try this out.. Sounds so good..
    thanks for the receipe...
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    Thank you!!! I made a big dish of these up and took them to work for an early (6:00 AM) meeting, and all the guys loved them.They all wanted the recipe to take home to their wives..Thanks again...KimR [img]graemlins/bcbsalute.gif[/img]
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    I can't wait to try these! I have all the ingredients, now I just need to clean the kitchen!

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    raidermom Guest

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    This was a good idea. I spread the bread with FF cream cheese and SF rasberry preserves and then dipped them in Eggbeaters. After cooking I had one with SF syrup and one with a few squirts of ICBINB spray and a dusting of Splenda. I like the ICBINB and Splenda, it didn't overpower the cream cheese/rasberry flavor.
    DH and my father(who happened to be here for breakfast) thought it was great also!

    Thanks!

    Cheryl

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    Bumping up for Sunni! Enjoy! [img]graemlins/wave.gif[/img]

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    Oh My Gosh this sounds really great Buddies!!! [img]graemlins/thumbup.gif[/img]

    Thank you for all of your ideas.

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    Hi KimR,

    Just curious. Did you warm them up when you got to work? Or, how did you serve them?

    Thanks!!!
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    Thumbs up

    Thanks for the recipe. It sure sounds yummy. When I saw the commercial, I wondered how I was going to taste this without getting into trouble.
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    Morning Everyone,

    I bought Vermont Sugar Free Syrup and its only 10 Calories per serving!! It tastes really good. You don't need much cause its a nice sweet taste. I bought it in Shoprite. Have a great OP day ladies !!

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    raidermom Guest

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    I just wanted to mention that I have been using the Laughing Cow Cheese Light in place of the FF cream cheese. One wedge will cover 2 of the stuffed french toasts......and it's only 30 calories a wedge. MUCH more flavorful IMHO........ [img]graemlins/thumbup.gif[/img]

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