Protein Ezekiel French Toast

High Protein, Paleo

Lightened up french toast with a boost of protein. Ingredients are Paleo, if you choose to allow sprouted grains in your diet like I do

Protein Ezekiel French Toast

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Ingredients:

Recipe:

  1. Beat 2 eggs in a medium bowl, making sure that the egg whites and egg yolks are completely incorporated.
  2. Mix in 2 tbsp almond/coconut milk, 1 tsp vanilla extract, 2 tsp Grade A organic maple syrup, 1/2 tsp cinnamon, and a pinch of Himalayan sea salt.
  3. While mixing vigorously, sprinkle in 2 scoops of Vital Proteins Collagen, making sure to incorporate quickly so it does not clump.
  4. Turn stove to medium heat and melt 1 tbsp grass-fed butter/coconut oil on a large nonstick skillet.
  5. Dip each slice of Ezekiel bread into mixture, allowing both sides to soak for 20 seconds until saturated. Allow extra liquid to drip off.
  6. Place Ezekiel bread onto hot skillet, spacing out evenly. Allow to cook for about 2 minutes on the first side, until golden brown. Flip over, adding the additional 1 tbsp grass-fed butter/coconut oil to the pan, and allow to cook for an additional 2 minutes on the second side, until golden brown. Adjust time and heat based on how it is browning. Once both sides are golden brown, remove french toast from the skillet.
  7. Sprinkle additional cinnamon and 2 tbsp almond/peanut butter powder onto french toast and plate and drizzle additional maple syrup over french toast. Top with coconut whipped topping and fresh berries. Serve immediately and enjoy!

**Recipe serves two people

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