French toast with cinnamon and nutmeg

French toast with cinnamon and nutmeg

French toast with cinnamon and nutmeg
French toast with cinnamon and nutmeg:  An all time, breakfast, lunch or supper favourite, for kids and adults from all over.   In addition,  using low fat yogurt instead of sour cream you can get that same great taste, with far fewer calories!

Ingredients:
2 Eggs
6 slices cinnamon raisin bread
1/2 cup vanilla low fat yogurt
1/4 cup low fat milk
1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1/4 teaspoon ground nutmeg
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
Salt to taste

Method:
In a mixing bowl, beat together the eggs, yogurt, milk, salt, spices and vanilla extract. Heat a lightly oiled griddle or skillet over medium-high flame.
Furthermore,  dunk each slice of bread into the egg mixture, soaking both sides.
Finally,   place into pan, and cook on both sides until golden brown.   Serve hot and top with yogurt, fresh berries and honey.

Yields:   3 servings
Nutrition Facts Per Serving:
Calories 163, Protein 9g, Total Fat 5g, Carbohydrates 18g Fiber 1g

Estimated Average Requirements – Daily Calorie Intake.
First of all: How many calories are needed each day can vary greatly, depending on and due to your lifestyle and other factors. Therefore, factors that affect your personal daily calorie needs include your age.
Hence,  also your height and weight.  In addition, your basic level of daily activity and your body composition.
Finally :  Estimated average requirements are:
A daily calorie intake of 1940 calories per day for women, and 2550 for men are needed.
Tips:
Sweet, Spicy Cinnamon
Cinnamon works in both sweet and savoury dishes.  Sprinkle on cereal, toast, and yogurt or in a smoothie, tea, and milk to give you a hint of sweetness without sugar.  Or try it in a wheat berry or barley salad, couscous, or quinoa.

Add Nuts and Legumes
Nuts, legumes, and seeds are rich in magnesium, protein, and fiber.   Consequently, walnuts are full of omega-3 fatty acids, which may help lower your risk of heart disease.
Hence,   you can  enjoy as many as five servings of these foods each week.
That is  1/3 cup of nuts, 2 tablespoons of seeds, or a 1/2 cup of cooked dried beans or peas in each serving.
So, grab a handful of seeds or nuts as a snack.

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French toast with cinnamon and nutmeg

 

 

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