French toast is a classic breakfast that we love to serve to family on lazy weekend mornings. Unfortunately, French toast isn't always the healthiest. Instead of guessing how many calories you're adding with that extra shake of powdered sugar, follow one of these skinny (and delicious) French toast recipes!
Easy French Toast and Fruit: When making this recipe, we recommend using a whole-wheat bread that has extra fiber. And to make it even skinnier, we use one egg and one egg white. Toss on your favorite berries and enjoy a simple and tasty breakfast with the kids. To get this recipe, click here.
Pumpkin French Toast Sticks: Everyone goes crazy for pumpkin flavored food, and just imagine a classic French toast flavor mixed in with the spices of pumpkin. Is your mouth watering now? Here's the recipe! Oh, and each stick is about 74 calories.
Skinny French Toast Bake: This recipe is like your favorite breakfast casserole.. but in French toast form! It's great for treating overnight guests to a tasty brunch before they head back home! To get the ingredient list, click here.
PB Banana-Stuffed Flatout® Foldit French Toast: Flatout® Foldits are a great, healthy, store-bought product perfect for making wraps. In this case however, we've used it to make French toast! It's tasty, filling and the kids will be asking for it every weekend! Check it out here.
Two-Minute French Toast: Craving a breakfast treat but don't want the hassle of making a huge meal? This mug recipe is quick, easy and tasty! Plus, the cleanup is a breeze! (via Pretty Prudent) For more quick mug recipes, click here.
Skinny Crunchy Stuffed French Toast: Treat yourself and the family to this crunchy stuffed French toast. Stuffed with what? Strawberry and cream cheese. It may sound like a summer special at IHOP, but it's actually a doable breakfast for under 300 calories! (via Savory Nothings)
Cappuccino French Toast with Coffee Cream: Take your usual methods of making French toast, add some milky coffee into the mix and you've got this all inclusive breakfast! What makes it great are all the skinny swaps used in the ingredients! (via Cafe Delites)
Salted Caramel Apple French Toast Casserole: Using almond milk and less butter and sugar than a usual French toast casserole, this lightened up breakfast is a tasty treat! Just be sure you aren't eating more than your serving size! (via Ambitious Kitchen)
Lightened Up Crème Brûlée French Toast: This is a make-ahead recipe, so if you know you you're responsible for tomorrow morning's brunch, this is a great recipe to impress all of your guests! (via Skinnytaste)
Strawberry Banana French Toast Casserole: A delicious and decadent breakfast that contains whole wheats, fruits and protein, this is the recipe you've been looking for! Serve it up to the family guilt-free! (via Jeanette's Healthy Living)0comments