{Dukan} French Toast

October 18th, 2011 § 14 comments

French toast has always been my very favorite breakfast indulgence.  Faster to make (and moister) than pancakes, I think they are the perfect way to start a morning.  Oh, well – unless you don’t eat carbs, butter and sugar. Hmm.

Enter the Dukan diet french toast, which is shockingly delicious {and simple}! I topped off my Dukan French Toast with a dollop of non-fat, sugar-free whipped topping and a little sugar-free syrup… yumm.  Brunch, Dukan style: done and done.

Dukan Bread and French Toast

Serves two (or one person on the Dukan diet split over 2 days) 

This Dukan bread is pretty amazing, but you’ll need a microwave.  I don’t know how this process can be repeated in an oven – apologies for that!  This recipe is adapted from a recipe found on Fitness Treats.

  •  4 tablespoons oat bran
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
  • 2 tablespoons fat free Greek yogurt
  • 2 eggs

Whip all ingredients together until slightly foamy and completely combined.  Pour into a microwave safe dish (I used a rectangular glass loaf pan so my bread would be square and flat – like normal bread!).  Microwave on high for four minutes.  Remove dish from microwave and cool.

When you first remove your new “bread” it may look a bit strange, but after cooling it off, cut it into slices and you will find it look very similar to real bread:

For French Toast

Serves 2 in consideration of the Dukan diet

  • 2 eggs (use just one or no yolks if you wish)
  • 3/4 cup nonfat milk
  • 1/2 tsp. cinnamon
  • 1/2 tsp. nutmeg
  • 1/2 tsp. vanilla extract (or butter flavoring if you have it!)
  • A few drops of sweetener (I use Stevia)
  • 4 slices of Dukan bread

Whip all ingredients together while heating a non-stick pan over medium heat.  Soak Dukan bread slices in the egg/milk mixture and cook on pan until brown on both sides and heated through.  Top with sugar-free, fat-free toppings of your choosing (or regular toppings for just a low carb brunch – as you wish)!  I chose whipped topping (a great butter replacement) and sugar-free syrup.  Extra slices can be saved covered in the refrigerator overnight and reheated in a toaster oven for breakfast the next day.

Happy {low-cal} brunching darlings!!


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