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    Jayla 05 Guest

    Default Low Calorie/Point French Toast Recipe ?

    Can someone post a Low Calorie/Point Recipe for some good old fashioned French Toast ? PLEASE :0)

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    Joanne
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    Jayla 05 Guest

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    aww, Thanx for that Recipe ! But, does anyone have a Low Calorie/Fat/Point French Toast Recipe that is made on the stove top (or on a griddle) in a pan ??? The "Good" Old Fashioned way ? LoL :0)

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    I use diet bread and egg beaters...use teflon pan and spray with Pam...while french toast is cooking in pan until golden on each side, spray butter (no fat/no calorie kind) on side that is up for added flavor...then for topper, use sugar-free syrup (Springtree makes a really good one) for dipping. EASY, GOOD, LOW POINTS (depending on how much egg beaters you use per piece of bread) and KIDS LOVE IT TOO....I personally use one 4 oz cup of egg beaters per 2 pieces of diet bread.
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    Jayla, I make it with whole wheat bread (try it!) (3 pt. for 2 slices instead of 4 pt.), and use a mix of egg & skim milk and a tiny bit of sugar (1 tsp. = 0 pt.). Then I melt just a tiny bit of butter in the skillet (1/2 tsp) and spread it the size of the bread, grill one side, and when it's time to turn, move it aside and melt more butter, then turn it. Or I cook it on a non-stick griddle with no extra fat.

    The whole wheat bread is more filling. The extra 1 g. of fiber per slice makes a surprisingly big difference.

    I serve with real maple syrup and no butter. It has been years since I put butter on pancakes or waffles or French toast.

    It's a larger than normal special breakfast for me, usually on a weekend, but worth it once in a while.
    Nancy

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