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Breakfast for Din: Skinny-Ass French Toast

January 14, 2014
by
LAURYN

Lauryn Evarts talks diet, fitness, fashion, & health.

Lauryn Evarts talks diet, fitness, fashion, & health.

Welp, just a few things—

Number one: ummm, hi 225 calories French toast. 

Number two: this French toast that consists of barely anything. I mean…two pieces of toast ( sprouted // low carb // low cal, for that matter ), one egg, a couple berries, a squeeze of lemon, & some cinnamon?

I’m in.

& not so oddly enough, tonight I was craving breakfast for dinner.

So sue me.
Lauryn Evarts talks diet, fitness, fashion, & health.This recipe just ‘gets me.’

It’s kinda carby-but-not-too-carby.

Ya, exactly— perfection.

Which brings me to number 3: if you’re looking for directions, they’re pretty damn easy:

Toast two pieces of super low carb/low cal bread ( make sure it’s sprouted, peeps ), whisk an egg ( << add to a dinner plate ), & mash your favorite berries with a fork ( remember my five second jam recipe? ).

After the above, keep it simple, stupid: soak both sides of toast with your super cool egg goo, add slices to a medium heat skillet, & cook until bubbly at the top ( flip once ). Whip up some 35 cal per slice organic turkey bacon & you’re golden. Add to a pretty plate & shock the F outta your taste buds. #kthx.

& lemme just say, you’ll love me for this one.

Fingers crossed.

x L

{{ Another version skinny French toast can be found here, woot woot }}.

Lauryn Evarts talks diet, fitness, fashion, & health.

Lauryn Evarts talks diet, fitness, fashion, & health.

Lauryn Evarts talks diet, fitness, fashion, & health.

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  1. Lisa

    omg. LOVE french toast for breakfast, lunch AND dinner. Excited to try this version! Definitely going to try this ‘quick jam’ thing, too. Am I the only one who thinks most jams are WAY too sweet…?

    Could you do a post on breads? The details on sprouted and non-sprouted, what to look for and what to avoid, etc.?

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  2. Karen @ KAMA FITNESS

    This calls for some Ezekiel! Like, the best sprouted bread evah! + it’s filled with a ton of nutirents!!
    Also, I don’t think it’s odd to have breaky for dinner – I do it all the time! Better to have the carbs in the eve! 😉

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  3. Mary @ Fit and Fed

    We’ve definitely made breakfast for dinner, though not for a long time! Dinner is a perfectly good time for breakfast burritos– or French toast. Love the mashed raspberries in this one!

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  4. Sara

    Sounds so good ! I absolutely love your blog – beautiful photos and amazing tips and ideas. Would love it if were to check out my brand new blog – http://mindfulnesseating.com/ – my idea is to highlight the beauty and nourishing qualities of the food we eat :)

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  5. Maisie

    Hey there! I could have sworn I’ve been to this blog before but after reading through some
    of the post I realized it’s new to me. Anyways, I’m definitely happy I found it and I’ll be book-marking and checking back frequently!

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  6. Angela @ Food Angel

    Oh so funny! I eat pretty much this same thing with a few tweaks almost every Friday (my stay at home and blog day) including this morning! Green smoothies M-Th. I make mine with the flax seed or raisin Ezekiel bread. Right now I’m obsessed with adding finely shredded organic unsweetened coconut- it’s like adding powdered sugar, but sooo much healthier!

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