Saturday, November 22, 2014

Maple Bacon Chocolate Chip French Toast

     Sometimes I don't know where I come up with these things... but... Maple Bacon Chocolate Chip French Toast just seemed like a good idea!!!  And oh how right I was ...   You might think I'm kidding, but I literally licked my plate ... not even ashamed...  Only 2 problems,  I wanted another batch ...and the syrup got matted in my hair...  :/   Calories are 211, with 7.6g net carbs and 33.2g protein.  I dare your mouth not to water looking at these pictures  :)  PS  Plate licking comes with consequences ... wear a ponytail ...

3 Tablespoons Egg Whites
1 Tablespoon Cinnamon Swirl Cellucor Protein Powder, found at
1/8 of a loaf of Sweet Sugar Bread ( recipe below)
1 slice Turkey Bacon
10 Lily's Stevia Sweetened Dark Chocolate Chips, found at
Spray Butter
Walden Farms Maple Pancake Syrup, found at

     Mix Egg Whites and Protein Powder in bowl, slice bread into 4 pieces and soak in Egg mixture on each side and lay in Pam coated hot skillet (pour any remaining on top of bread), cook til golden brown on each side.  While cooking, microwave Bacon for 1 minute, then crumble, set aside.  Plate cooked French Toast, top with crumbled Bacon, Chocolate Chips, Spray Butter and a drizzle of Maple Syrup.  Enjoy  ;)

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1pkg Quick Rise Yeast
1/4 cup Hot Water
1/4 cup Coconut Sugar, found at
2 Tablespoons melted Coconut Oil, found at
1 Jumbo Egg
2/3 cup Egg Whites
1/2 cup Plain Rice Protein Powder, found at
1/4 cup Whole Husk Psyllium, found at
1/2 teaspoon Salt
Spray Butter
Erythritol, found at

 Blend Yeast, Hot Water, and Coconut Sugar in bowl til all melted and blended.  Add Coconut Oil, Egg, Egg Whites, Quest Protein Powder, Rice Protein, Psyllium and salt, stirring thoroughly.  Cover bowl with a hand towel and rest for an hour in a draft free warm environment.  Pour into greased and parchment lined loaf pan.  Bake at 325 for 30 minutes.  You may notice that the top middle portion of the bread still appears moist, but I have learned that a smidgen of under baking yields more moisture in the end result, along with better flavor.  It also will continue to set up as it cools.  Trust me on this one!  Spray the top with a few spritz of Spray Butter and finish it off with a sprinkle of Erythritol on top of the loaf!!!  Enjoy  ;)

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