21 day fix · Beach Body · Breakfast · Uncategorized

French toast


Two servings featured in picture.


You know when you get that craving for french toast and you think its to much work to make french toast for just myself.Well I got you covered, it really is so simple. You can always double or triple this recipe to make it for your family or leftovers for the next day. You can always make a big batch and freeze it and then pop it in the toaster for another day too!

French Toast

Single serving

21 Day fix approved


2 eggs

1 piece of bread

1 tsp of cinnamon

2 tbsp almond milk or cashew milk

1/2 tsp steiva (optional)

1 tbsp maple syrup

1/2 purple container of berries (optional)


Place eggs in bowl and whisk will combined. Add the cinnamon and stevia and almond milk and combine.

Place Bread in non-stick pan or cast iron grill ( I use this so no oil or spray is required)

Here’s where it is a bit different as there is a lot of egg for one piece of bread, you may add another piece of bread to for an additional yellow container, but some are limited on the yellow container. Pour the mixture right over the bread instead of dipping the bread in the bowl of mixture. Make sure to saturate the bread, it will move off the bread and you will get an fried egg look on the edges. If you are doubling or tripling recipe for family you may want to just dip the bread in the bowl as I did for the above picture.

Fry on both sides till cooked through.

Place syrup on top and serve.

You may also want to add some berries or Greek yogurt as well for extra flavor this would be 1 Purple container for the fruit. Depending on how much yogurt you are using it would count as another red container. If its only a tbsp I don’t count it.

1 Red, 1 Yellow with out fruit and yogurt.

1 Red, 1 yellow, 1 purple with fruit

1 Red, 2 Yellow with two pieces of bread




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