Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins
This is a very old WW recipe that I have tweaked a bit. When you have a craving for French toast and want to keep the calories down, this is a good option.
- Cut a piece of tin foil large enough to accommodate the bread and spray with Pam.
- In a bowl, soak bread in the well beaten egg, turning the bread at least once.
- Place bread on tin foil and broil.
- You can flip it over, careful not to burn yourself, but it is not necessary. Watch closely, so it doesn't burn. It is done when it is moderately browned, 2-4 minutes.
- Sprinkle top with cinnamon and/or mixture of cinnamon and artificial sweetener (one envelope is more than enough).
- Suggestion: You can place multiple slices on a larger piece of foil that you have placed on a cookie sheet or broiler pan, for ease of removing. But each slice is one serving.
What a terrific idea, and wonderful for those days that you just want a bit of sweetness without all the extra fat ha/ha that goes along with the french toast. I used butter flavored cooking spray, and added Splenda and cinnamon right in with the egg and stirred. Next time I might add a bit of vanilla too. My broiler has a low/hi setting and I used the low setting until it was nicely caramelized. Added some sugar free syrup and this made a delightful breakfast treat! Thank you, Maggie! Perfecto!