Breakfast

your fave brunch item is now healthy (& easy to make)

February 4, 2015

healthy (yes, healthy!) french toastHappy hump day, lovers.

I am รผber excited to share this recipe with you today. Why? Because I whipped it up for the first time this weekend AND it’s healthy. Even the maple syrup has it’s benefits (as long as you buy organic/pure). Boom. Take that bad sugar-laden, caloric breakfast items!

Other ingredients, you ask? Homemade almond milk, Ezekiel (sprouted) bread and free range eggs.

healthy (yes, healthy!) french toast healthy (yes, healthy!) french toastOf course, top it off with bananas for even more healthy awesomeness.

Basically, you’re getting two eggs + two slices of sprouted whole grain Ezekiel bread + a bit of homemade almond milk (aka nuts) in one serving. How many “healthy” boxes does that check? Um, quite a few, I’d say.

healthy (yes, healthy!) french toasthealthy (yes, healthy!) french toastWhen you make a brunch situation this good, you also need to killer cozy ambiance.ย I’m talking anthro candles, blankets and light snowfall (obviously, snow not included everywhere).

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Your favorite brunch item is now healthified.
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Recipe type: Breakfast
Serves: 2 servings
Ingredients
  • +Grass fed butter or olive oil
  • +4 pieces of Ezekiel bread
  • +4 eggs
  • +2/3 cup almond milk
  • +Bit of cinnamon
  • +2 tbsp organic/pure maple syrup, plus a little more to pour on top later
Instructions
  1. Place about a tbsp butter on a pan. Heat to medium.
  2. Whisk eggs, almond milk, cinnamon and 2 tbsp maple syrup together in a bowl.
  3. Soak each piece of Ezekiel bread in mixture.
  4. Place on pan and flip until golden brown.
  5. Top with banana (or favorite fruit) and a bit of maple syrup, if you're feeling adventurous.

What’s your fave breakfast/brunch item? Aside from bloodies, of course.

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