11/30/18

Keto Collagen French Toast (Low Carb, Sugar Free)


Ahhhhh French Toast!!

I'm pretty sure I haven't had French Toast of any kind any time during this entire decade, until just recently. Because with all its simple carbs and added sugars, it was just something that I felt did not have a place in my healthy diet.

This version however has ZERO net carbs and ZERO added sugar. And that INCLUDES the bread. It's also gluten-free, grain-free and dairy-free.

Plus, it's got grass-fed collagen protein in it.

And it's all so delicious.

Mind blown?

The bread is my zero net carb Keto Collagen Bread which you can find the recipe for right here. And if you're local to Orange County, California, feel free to message me to find out how you can pick up a freshly-baked loaf made just for you.

The maple syrup and powdered sugar are both made from monkfruit and erythritol and below are the ones I recommend as they are non-GMO and in my opinion, taste as close to their regular insulin-spiking counterparts as it gets. With no insulin spike.



It's simple to whip up as long as you've got the bread already on hand. If you don't have any, just bookmark this recipe and be sure to come back to it the next time you've got a loaf of my Keto Collagen Bread made up and sitting in your fridge. Or feel free to use your favorite low carb bread of choice (macros will change accordingly).

Keto Collagen French Toast

Serves 4 (2 slices each)

8 slices of Keto Collagen Bread
2 pastured eggs, beaten
1/4 cup canned full fat coconut milk (or unsweetened almond milk)
1 1/2 Tablespoons Lakanto Powdered Monkfruit Sweetener, plus more for sprinkling on top
1 teaspoon cinnamon, plus more for sprinkling on top
Lakanto Monkfruit Sweetened Maple Flavored Sugar-Free Syrup
1 Tablespoon unflavored coconut oil

In a shallow bowl, mix together the eggs, coconut or almond milk, powdered sweetener and cinnamon and set aside.

Heat a skillet to medium and add the coconut oil.

Dip the bread slices in the egg mixture coating both sides quickly and not allowing it to sit in the mixture as it could get soggy. Place the coated bread slices in your heated skillet. Lightly sear on both sides and remove.

Serve immediately with a drizzle of the maple syrup and a sprinkle of powdered sweetener and cinnamon.

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