Stuffed French Toast (3)
Original Recipe From the kitchen of CATHYTWEEDT (4)
Re-adapted/Re-created by Bev P. aka hockeygal4ever (3)
2 Slices Diet/Light Wheat Bread
1/4 cup Egg Substitute
1 T Carnation Fat Free Cinnamon Vanilla Coffemate Creamer
1/2 tsp Orange Zest
1/4 Cup Fat Free Sargento's Ricotta Cheese
1/2 cup Frozen Blueberries
2 Packets Splenda with fiber
Preheat pan or griddle on Medium Heat
1. Mix together egg beaters, creamer and orange zest
2. Dip both sides of bread in egg mixture
3. Place in Pan or on Griddle
4.Sprinkle with ground cinnamon if desired
5. Cook until both sides are golden brown
1. Place blueberries in microwave safe dish and sprinkle with Splenda
2. Heat for 15-30 seconds or until warm
3. Drain excess juice and reserve
4.In blender/food processor - Mix together ricotta cheese and blueberries into a creamy mixture.
*Note - you can also use strawberries or other fruits as desired. Remember to adjust points®/nutritional values according to amounts of fresh/frozen fruits you use.
1.Place one piece of toast on plate
2.Top with ricotta cheese and berry mixture
3. Top with second piece of toast
4.Drizzle with reserved blueberry juice if desired
* As with all recipes points®/calories/fats will vary according to ingredients so please be sure to figure your own nutritional information out according to the packages & information of the products you use.
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