I wanted to go back and rework some of my recipes. Going gluten and lactose free is not as hard as you might think. This is very similar to my high protein cinnamon French toast recipe.
Let’s get started:
- Combine ½ cup Rice Milk, 2 whole eggs and 2 egg whites
* Cage free eggs contain no added hormones and antibiotics are not used during the production with this brand.
- I add 2 scoops chocolate protein powder, and mix it up!
*Lately, I have been using MRM all natural egg white protein in my protein shakes and for baking.
- Grab 4 slices of gluten free bread.
*Sammy’s can be found in the freezer section of your local health food store.
- Dunk and coat thoroughly.
- Add a thin layer of oil to the skillet; I use Almond oil.
- Depending on your stove, cook for 2 minutes on medium high or until golden brown.
- Flip over and continue to cook for 1-2 more minutes, or until golden brown.
*Cooking them until they are a golden brown will ensure that they are cooked all the way through and not soggy.
Warm and ready to eat. Yields 2 servings 372 Calories, 37 grams of Carbohydrates, 37 grams of Protein, 7 grams of Fat, 2 ½ grams of Sugar
This French toast has 85 less calories and half the fat of the original recipe.
- Try your favorite gluten free bread.
- Use your favorite egg white, rice or plant based protein powder.
- This recipe also works great with vanilla protein powder.
- Swap out Rice Milk for Almond Milk.
- I like to top my French toast with Ceylon cinnamon.
- You can top it with fresh fruit, sliced bananas, baked apples or warmed blueberries are delish.Top it off with pure maple syrup or honey.
Enjoy! If you try it, let me know in the comment section below.