french toast

Egg Nog French Toast

Soooo, yea. I think the title says enough. Don'tcha think? 

Shall we dive in? It's so easy, and basically the same as a previous french toast recipe which goes to show, this recipe is really extremely versatile and you can throw in a little somethin somethin to make it taste the way that you want and have yourself something holiday-ish and amazing! I found this egg nog at Whole Foods, and it's made with coconut milk so the macros are much more do-able at 90calories // 16g carb // 2.5g fat // 0g protein and today, I'm only using 1/8 cup ( 2 tablespoons) so not bad!

It's super easy! I only use one egg white for 2 pieces of bread.

I then just poured in 2 tablespoons of egg nog ( 22.5 calories // 4 g carb // 0.6g fat // 0 g protein)!

Cover each piece! Make sure to not use an excess on the first piece. One egg white should be enough for the bread, so just make sure to use even amounts!


I had a little helper for this recipe. He could sense how good it was gonna be ;) 

Then, I just put it in the skillet, and cook both sides until the egg is done! Simple as that! 


  • 1 egg white 
  • 2 tablespoons coconut milk Holiday egg nog 
  • 2 pieces of bread ( I normally use SaraLee 45 cal and delicious) 


  • Break egg white and mix with egg nog 
  • Cover both sides of bread 
  • Cook on high in skillet until egg is done

Macros (for both pieces of bread): 144 calories // 23g carb // 8.5g protein // 2g fat

With love and simple, healthy french toast,


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5 Ingredient French Toast

So, I really love to cook. However, while in NYC, our kitchen is very small. I am very limited so I have been a little bummed about the number of recipes that I’m able to create. Then, I thought about it, and who really has time for 10 ingredient recipes? I’d say just about no one.

I really want to aim to give valuable meaningful information that you can use. So, I am going to really try to show you recipes that are minimal ingredients and minimal time.

All you need is some bread ( I always pick low carb options), pumpkin pie spice, cinnamon, one egg, and walden farms pancake syrup.

The bread I used this time is Pepperidge Farm Light Style. Other favorites of mine are Saralee 45 cal and delicious and the Weight Watchers brand. I typically aim for one that is less than 10g of carb because then I can have double what I normally could with regular bread. Many people aim for Whole Wheat bread or Whole Grain and while that is fantastic, the carb counts can be high on those so just be aware.

All I did was break one egg WHITE into the bowl (if you use the yolk that’s fine but just account for the fat in that). Tap some pumpkin pie spice and cinnamon into the bowl.

Coat both sides and put it on the skillet! And…DONE! It literally took me less than 10 minutes.

Then, of course, add Walden Farms Pancake Syrup! DUH ;)


Macros: 18g C // 7g P // 1g F

With love and french toast,


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