A delicious gluten free low carb french toast with cinnamon. Make ahead and freeze in single servings for easy low carb breakfasts later.
Since I don’t have any time to cook breakfast on work days, I like to cook at least one special morning meal on the weekend. This Saturday, I made cinnamon french toast with the basic quick bread recipe I developed earlier in the week.
The savory quick bread holds together well when sliced. And, it wasn’t soft like many store bought white breads.
Therefore, I cut the bread into regular half inch slices instead of the thicker one inch slices. I prefer the thinner slices in this low carb French toast recipe better than the thicker Texas style.
This is a wonderful recipe to make ahead and freeze in individual serving portions. You’ll appreciate the convenience on busy mornings.
You may be wondering about the syrup I used. It’s Walden Farms pancake syrup which is low carb and calorie free!
I’m hoping to make my own homemade maple flavored syrup in the future. But, store bought is easy and convenient for me now.
I’m not particularly fond of artificial sweeteners like Splenda. But, a lot of companies use it in their low carb products.
Low Carb French Toast Recipe
However, if you have some homemade bread laying around, I’d go for this French toast recipe. It makes a cozy breakfast for weekend mornings.
Low Carb French Toast with Cinnamon
- Slice basic quick bread into slices of desired thickness.
- In pie pan, whisk together eggs, almond milk and vanilla.
- Slowly whisk in cinnamon.
- Dip each slice of bread in the egg mixture and cook on hot skillet or grill until both sides are browned.
- Serve with sugar free pancake syrup.
- Net Carbs 2g
- % Carbs: 5.2%
- % Protein: 13%
- % Fat: 81.8%
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