Sugar-Free, Fat-Free French Toast

"Since I am dieting and have to watch my sugar, I came up with this staple and have many versions of the guilt free french toast-this is my new favorite...yummy! This recipe uses gluten-free bread Ezekiel 4:9 Whole Wheat/Cinnamon Raisin. I usually do overnight soaking them in the egg wash to soften them up, so they can retain the goodness and yumminess of the ingredients since the bread is very chewy-hard to begin with. This process does not make it soggy, makes it better to cook with!! This recipe is enough for four slices of the bread. Preparation includes overnight soak. does not recognize a new item on the market called Ideal Confectionery-Its a powdered sugar substitute that is almost the real deal-great on anything!! No after taste and all natural!!"
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photo by Wicked Creations
photo by Wicked Creations photo by Wicked Creations
Ready In:
4 slices


  • 1 egg white
  • 14 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 2 tablespoons sugar substitute (granular)
  • 14 cup skim milk (sometimes I use Almond milk)
  • 12 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 14 cup torani sugar-free caramel syrup or 1/4 cup vanilla syrup
  • 4 slices whole wheat bread, cinnamon raisin (Ezekiel's 4 ( 9)
  • Optional Topping

  • sugar-free syrup
  • sugar-free jelly or sugar-free jam


  • Mix all ingredients together-whisk thoroughly in a small dish.
  • Dip both sides of the bread and set in a small overnight dish.
  • Add remaining of the egg wash to the french toasts.
  • Cover and refrigerate overnight.
  • Uncover and cook on stovetop with non-stick spray.
  • Serve warm with Ideal Confectionery (substitute powdered sugar), sugar free syrup or sugar-free jelly/jam!

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I am a single mother of a terrific six-year old little girl who is a finicky eater. I love to cook, bake, etc. but I am always dieting, so I don't make my favorite foods unless its special occasions. I am known for my famous decadent pastries, baked goods, especially CHOCOLATE!!! Any recipe I can do unless I don't have the tools. I love to collect antiques even old cookie molds that I use for my baking as well as a vintage clothing collector. I am a martha stewart at home, love to create and be artistic. I have lately been creative with recipes trying to create healthy, diet dishes that are tastey and not going on the waist with much success that also don't mess with my blood sugar and getting rave reviews from people in the local gym I attend. My Favorite things to cook: Anything my late Mother used to make for us kids (well, almost..still don't like liver!). I wish I had her cookbook but it was lost in a move years ago. I love making all slovak dishes my mother used to make and do it just from my head from watching her over the years in the kitchen. I hope I pass this to my daughter as well. My Family cooking traditions: Growing up in a european home, the tradition is in the kitchen, if you want to learn how to cook is to sit and watch. This was told to me by my mother as she was told to by her grandmother the same for generations. That's how they become such great cooks that no one could match. My Cooking triumphs: Anytime I make bakery for special occasion, the satisfaction is the smiles on their faces. I have a reputation to keep up for my sweets!! For one function I attend, they always expect me to bring a rich, decadent chocolate dessert which every year is different from the last!!! Cooking BooBoos': no sugar chocolates..oops! <img src="" border="0" alt="Photobucket">
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