"This is an easy variation on the basic French toast recipe, except it uses reduced fat substitutes! Serve with fruit or sugar-free maple syrup." — Jen
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I did not have egg substitute, I used one full egg and two egg whites. I also used whole wheat bread. My only issue with this recipe was that it wasn't enough to cover six pieces--it was just enough to cover five. Barely. My kids ate all of it. No complaints here.
You can tell that it is low-fat. There is no substitute for good ol' fashioned french toast.
Of course you can taste the difference between this and regular french toast, but it's low fat. That's the point. Tasted fantastic! Great substitute for regular french toast if you're concerned about your health. I'll definently make this again!
A good basic french toast, but I liked it a lot better when I used wheat bread instead of white.
I like this recipe. I use Sasquatch bread from Trader Joe's loaded with crunchy sunflower seeds. Makes a great, low fat, breakfast.
This was the first time I made French Toast (I always opt for lowfat) and it didn't turn out too well. It was way too soggy, and I'm not sure that's how it's supposed to be. I threw away all of it, except for one which I ate. I could taste the vanilla and the texture of the egg substitute. :(
great recipe - I just used double fiber wheat bread - yummmm.....
This is a great low calorie options for breakfast. Do not leave the bread in the egg mixture for more than a second to keep it from being soggy.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Reduced Fat French Toast
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 12
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