How To Make Healthy Homemade Protein French Toast?

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Traditional homemade French toast contains a high amount of sugar and fat.

But what if we can swap some of its ingredients for making healthier toast?

How about using organic protein powder instead of sugar to make healthy homemade protein French toast?

Let’s get the ingredients now.

What Are The Ingredients?

You only need a few simple ingredients which are:

* Half cup of organic protein powder.

* Half cup of milk.

* One teaspoon of cinnamon powder (a must in any French toast).

* Half teaspoon of vanilla extract.

* Two large eggs.

* Three large egg whites.

* 5 – 6 slices of whole-meal bread.


You can use any protein powder flavor such as vanilla or chocolate. I like the chocolate flavor more.

Any milk is fine such as almond milk, coconut milk, soy milk, or low-fat dairy milk. but I’ll choose almond milk.

If you are afraid of consuming more cholesterol or calorie here, just take off the egg yolks and use the egg whites instead.

Organic protein powder has got its natural sweetness and a reasonable amount of healthy fats, carbs, and protein nutrients. A great substitution for refined sugar.

How To Make It?

1. Put together all the ingredients (except the bread) in a mixing bowl and whisk them well.

2. One by one, dip the sliced bread into the mixture, and make sure each side is soaked well with the mixture.

3. In medium heat, get ready a pan with a few small drops of vegetable oil such as olive oil on it.

4. Add the bread slices onto the pan, toast it for about 5 minutes, and don’t forget to flip over to the other side. Just make sure both sides are cooked evenly.

5. Repeat the process with all the remaining slices.

Tada … ready to serve on a plate.

If you like, sift with icing sugar or sugar-free maple syrup on the toast.

Recipe: (SOURCE)

My Quick Nutrition Facts For This Recipe

This healthy homemade protein French toast recipe is also great to be taken before or after your workout routine. The macronutrients and egg whites content are superb to power with your workout session.

Now let’s find out some nutrition health facts from this recipe.

Cinnamon powder. Brown in color and made from the barks of tropical trees with a sweet taste and sharp pungent flavor. It is available in many groceries stores in packets.

This powder is rich in magnesium, calcium, phosphorus, carbohydrates, and other nutrients. It helps to boost your immunity system and is anti-bacteria to fight certain infections caused by microorganisms, plus contains many anti-cancer substances to protect your body from potential health risks.

A teaspoon of cinnamon powder will give you little Calories 6, Fat 0.3g, Carbs 2.1g, Calcium 26mg, Magnesium, and Phosphorous each 2 mg. For more data nutrients info, visit the USDA link.

* Eggs. In the past, people have many misconceptions about the unhealthy (#Ad)eating of eggs. The fact is an egg has less than 100 calories, is a good source of protein, and contains mostly saturated fat in the non-cholesterol diet.

Nutrition facts: A large size egg (50g) gives you cholesterol 186mg, protein 6.3g, carbs 0.4g, fatty acids (monounsaturated) 1.83g—more nutrients facts from the USDA link.

* Protein powder. This macronutrient is super essential for the body in maintaining overall sustainably good health and losing weight(1).

It has a higher form of energy called ‘TEF’ (thermic effect of food)(3), which is vital for the digestion of food process into smaller and easy-to-absorb components. Compared to fats or carbs, protein nutrients make the body burn more calories through this process.

I’m sure this delicious twisted French toast is going to satisfy your appetite and make you crave more the next day.

Leave me a comment below if you have and I will be back within 24 hours.

To Your Fantastic Healthy Home Workout!


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