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Yummy French Toast -LOW LOW POINTS

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Guest Amber3383

Use a high fiber no fat low cal bread and eggwhites when making french toast. You will never tell the difference. And it will use up barely none of your daily points.

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Guest imported_Kelly_S

I guess it is a taste/texture preference for me but I don't like the low-cal breads. I use Iron Kids Crustless 2 slices is 1 point and it real bread! ;) And if you want more eggy flavor try a substitute rather than just whites! Just some other tips to help out!

 

But to each our own! ;)

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Guest mydhisapointcop

I read someplace (maybe @BCB?) that you can add a tsp of baking powder (???) to the egg mixture to make your FT really fluffy. Just thought I'd mention it here in a French Toast thread! Anyone tried it??

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Guest imported_Kelly_S

Hmmmmmmmmmmmm. Have not ever heard that but thanks.

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Throw in a pinch of cinammon and a dash of vanilla extract to that egg batter and it really gives the french toast a nice sweet kick!


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Guest Amber3383

Does Vanilla and cinnamon add points?

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No. Extracts, spices, and herbs do not add points. Experiment!


Nancy

 

Original SW 175 (1996)

2008 stats: SW 153.6 12/31/07 ~ HW 156.0 09/15/08 ~ CW 153.2 09/22/08 ~ GW 137 ~ PGW 130

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Guest jmjgtodd

My DH makes french toast for me using my wonderlight bread and egg substitute with pumpkin pie spice. He cooks it in a nonstick pan with no oil or butter. I count one point per slice (it's probably less). I add my Sugar free Maple syrup with ICBNB spray and I have a really yummy breakfast.

 

We hadn't thought of using vanilla extract, that sounds good!

 

Joni

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Guest Amber3383

I am new so I am still learning some things on this board...what does DH mean?

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Guest jmjgtodd

DH = Darling Husband or Dear Husband!

 

If you look under FAQs it gives a list of terms that is very helpful deciphering all these terms!!!

 

Joni

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I wish there could also be DSO (dear significant other) or DP (dear partner) for those of us who cohabitate but aren't married.


- Original WW SW = 158.2<br />- GW = 130<br /><br />Since joining BCB:<br />8/25/03 150.5<br />9/1/03 147.5<br />9/8/03 147.5<br />9/15/03 146<br />9/22/03 144<br />10/1/03 141.5<br />10/7/03 141.5<br />10/14/03 140.5<br />= down 10 lbs

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I have seen SO used for Significant Other and BF for Boyfriend.

 

I use SH --- for sweetheart! :D


- ALWAYS have a Plan B -

aka Countess Blathers On!

 

 

Patricia

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