Easy Low Fat French Toast

"Funky French toast."
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  • In bowl beat egg whites until fluffy.
  • Add splash of orange juice and mix.
  • Add nutmeg and cinnamon.
  • Soak bread slices in mixture.
  • Cook in skillet on medium heat until browned.
  • Top with sprinkle of brown sugar and syrup.

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  1. spatchcock
    This was interesting--I think the reason my french toast didn't turn out so well was my choice of bread---lite wheat bread, not thick white Italian bread!! I did really like the addition of the orange juice, and the nutmeg was a nice addition. Thanks for posting!
  2. Lupigirl
    I followed the recipe just as it was written and it was wonderful. Even my ten-year-old, who doesn't like this kind of thing, was eating it up. Thanks for posting!
  3. brokenburner
    I used Recipe #315440 for the bread, and 1/4 cup of All Whites... I should have used just two tablespoons since I halved the recipe! I beat the All Whites in my KitchenAid mixer; it took quite a few minutes for it to get frothy. I never would have thought to beat them so long before making french toast -- they probably would have made a nice fluffy omelet! I squeezed the juice of a clementine into the All Whites, which probably cut down a lot on the citrusy flavor. I cooked the slices on a nonstick pan sprayed with Pam, and they turned out quite nicely. Thanks for posting!
  4. Rio Shitaki
    ok... well, I decided to try this recipe since at home my folks were almost BEGGING for french toast, and I'm watching my line. I did it with low fat white bread and passionfruit juice, no cinnamon (we hate cinnamon) and no nutmeg. -.-;; that is something you should NEVER do. it tasted like rubber!!!!! XP I'm rating this 2 only cuz it's low fat and I didn't have the wright ingredients, but I will NEVER do this again


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