Sep 7, 2015

Low Carb French Toast



Low Carb French Toast

I recently posted my recipe for Low Carb Almond Bread, but I felt that this Low Carb French Toast deserved it's own post because it's JUST THAT GOOD! Seriously you guys...french toast! In the low carb world, having this as a breakfast option is just heavenly! Another bonus, it was a hit with my kids too :)

Click HERE to see the Recipe for Low Carb Almond Bread


Once you've made the bread, simply dip a thick slice of the bread into beaten eggs. As an option, you can also add flavored extracts such as vanilla, coconut, maple, cinnamon, etc. to your beaten eggs which will flavor your french toast a bit. I added a tablespoon of McCormick's Imitation Banana Extract which has 0 carbs. It added a hint of banana flavoring which I loved!


Fry the dipped bread slices in butter on medium heat and flip until browned on both sides. Lay on paper towel to cool a bit. Here are some topping options: low carb syrup, cream cheese, cinnamon, mashed berries, or a sprinkle of stevia and/or cinnamon. 

Low Carb French Toast



Low Carb French Toast



Low Carb French Toast


Happy Low Carbing Ya'll!  



10 comments:

  1. Wow! You mean I could make a 'flavored butter'-banana, butterscotch, etc . . zero carbs . . . I wonder how that'd taste (w/o stevia/xylitol) . . . still trying to avoid the sweetener . . . your thoughts?
    Thanks
    :)

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  2. Oh, THANK YOU, and bless you! :) <3

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  3. What kind of low carb syrup do you use.? There are several at the store and I didn't know which to choose. I was afraid I'd choose something that wasn't good.

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  4. Without hesitation, go with Nature''s Hollow sugar-free syrup. And if u haven't tried their jams, WOW!

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  5. Without hesitation, go with Nature''s Hollow sugar-free syrup. And if u haven't tried their jams, WOW!

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    1. 19 in a 1/4th a cup. No fiber. So this would not be for everyone on every diet. Along with the almond bread, you couldn't have 1 piece on induction.

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    2. 17g of the 19g are sugar alcohols, so for some folks who can get away with them 2g net.

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  8. Dispense with white flour items like breads and scones, pastas, white rice, prepared nourishments and sugary breakfast grains. They need fiber. They likewise cause a spike in our insulin level prompting fat stockpiling. top 5 toastmaster machines

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Thanks for visiting, I love hearing from you, however it still always surprises me how many mean and rotten comments I receive, so please remember that I post what I eat merely as a suggestion of ideas for others. Low carbing is not cut and dry. What works for me may or may not work for you. Also, I live exclusively low carb, but I don't live my life counting them so I don't often include the net carb counts on recipes. Happy low carbing ya'll! :)

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