Egg White French Toast

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LAURYN

Lauryn Evarts, fitness and health blogger, from Southern California with skinny tips and tricks on how to lose weight.

Some friends have asked me if I ever run out of blog post topics…the answer is a solid no. There’s always constant inspiration, a boatload of new recipes, & countless easy, new diet modifications available. If you’re bored because you’re consuming the same healthy foods day after day, mix it up. This Rice Milk & egg white French toast recipe took a full fifteen minutes to whip up last Saturday AM. It’s possible to make every meal delicious, pretty, and healthy. Also I know I advocate lemon on everything, but trust me, lemon on French toast is heavenly.

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Lauryn Evarts, fitness and health blogger, from Southern California with skinny tips and tricks on how to lose weight.

Lauryn Evarts, fitness and health blogger, from Southern California with skinny tips and tricks on how to lose weight.

Lauryn Evarts, fitness and health blogger, from Southern California with skinny tips and tricks on how to lose weight.

 

Lauryn Evarts, fitness and health blogger, from Southern California with skinny tips and tricks on how to lose weight.

Lauryn Evarts, fitness and health blogger, from Southern California with skinny tips and tricks on how to lose weight.

Lauryn Evarts, fitness and health blogger, from Southern California with skinny tips and tricks on how to lose weight.

 

 

 

Egg White French Toast

* Serves 2 people [ 2 pieces each person ]

 

4 pieces of Ezekiel raisin bread [ I used 2 pieces of this, & then used wheat sourdough for Michael’s portion ]

1/4 cup of Rice Milk [ option: to splash low-fat milk into the Rice Milk for added taste ]

1 egg + 3 egg whites

1 teaspoon of vanilla

A couple dashes of ground cinnamon & nutmeg

Sliced strawberries

Sliced lemon wedges

 

+ Option: real maple syrup [ the low-sugar crap has chemicals ] with Earth Balance butter [ I like to sprinkle blueberries into this mix too ]

 

In a bowl, combine one full egg plus three egg whites, vanilla, & nutmeg. Whisk the mix. Coat all slices of bread in the mixture. Heat a skillet or non-stick pan over medium heat. A minute later, add coated bread. Sprinkle the cinnamon over it. Cook until both sides are golden. This should be about four to five minutes on each side. Heat syrup with a tablespoon of butter & a couple blueberries in the microwave on forty-five seconds. Remove French toast from pan. Add a squeeze of lemon on each slice & garnish with strawberries. Serve immediately with heated syrup.

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    1. Lauryn Post author

      You can add a splash of milk to the mixture [ I did not use milk for my French toast though ; ) ].

  1. Pam

    Your website is a fresh breathe of air – thank you so much for the wonderful healthy recipes with detail pictures.

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  2. Sophie

    Yum looks delicous! Question..What makes you chose this brand of bread? Will a whole wheat bread provide the same nutrients?

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  3. Becky

    I love all your recipes! I love the bowls, towels, glasses, wisk. It is all so f ing cute !

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