Ww French Toast

"Well it means Whole Wheat, but this was adopted after joining Weight Watchers many years ago as a low point breakfast"
 
Ww French Toast created by teresas
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  • Preheat a non stick griddle pan, frying pan, or electric griddle to medium high heat.
  • Mix well egg, milk, splenda, vanilla, and cinnamon.
  • Soak bread in egg mixture until just absorbed.
  • Spray pan lightly with non-stick spray.
  • Cook soaked bread on each side until golden brown and egg is cooked (about 3 minutess per side).
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  1. LainieBug
    Very good, we enjoyed the addition of the cinnamon and vanilla. Also appreciate that the recipe is a healthier take on the usual French toast.
     
  2. teresas
    Ww French Toast Created by teresas
  3. teresas
    What a wonderful change. We loved the touch of vanilla and cinnamon. DD and I had it for breakfast along with some turkey sausage. She thinks that if you use day old bread or just leave the bread out overnight it would give a more firm texture. Made for PAC spring 2010. Thanks for posting. :)
     
  4. havent the slightest
    Delicious healthy breakfast
     
  5. ladypit
    Good, solid, low fat French toast recipe. I doubled it for the four of us and used whole wheat light bread. I also used brown sugar splenda at half strength because I was out of the regular. We enjoyed this as "breakfast for dinner" with turkey bacon. Thanks!
     
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