Best Grilled French Toast (Weight Watchers) Recipe
Best Grilled French Toast (Weight Watchers) Recipe. French toast is a delicious and easy breakfast option that can be enjoyed all year round. In the summer months, grilled French toast is a great way to enjoy the classic dish without heating up your kitchen.
This quick and easy meal is great for breakfast, brunch, or dinner. It’s ready in just 20 minutes,
To make this dish you will need eggs, fat-free evaporated milk, sugar-free maple syrup, vanilla extract, multigrain bread, powdered sugar, and fresh strawberries.
There’s nothing quite like french toast, hot off the griddle and drenched in syrup. It’s a breakfast classic for a reason – it’s both delicious and easy to make. But if you’re looking to take your french toast game up a notch, try grilling it.
The addition of smoky, grill-charred flavor takes french toast to new heights. Plus, it’s a fun twist on the traditional method of cooking french toast in a frying pan.
So fire up the grill and give grilled french toast a try – you won’t be disappointed.
Weight Watchers Points
MyWW Points: 7 Green Plan
7 WW Smart Points
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Evaporated milk is a type of milk that has had much of the water removed from it. The result is a thick, creamy product that is shelf-stable and can be used in many different recipes.
While it may sound strange to remove water from milk, evaporated milk actually has a number of advantages over its fresh counterpart.
For one, it is less likely to spoil, making it an ideal choice for camping or other situations where refrigeration is not available.
Additionally, evaporated milk provides a richer flavor than fresh milk, making it perfect for use in baking or as a creamer for coffee.
Vanilla extract is made by steeping vanilla beans in alcohol, which extracts the flavorful compounds from the bean. The extract is then typically filtered and bottled.
The type of alcohol used in vanilla extract can vary, but it is typically either vodka or rum.
The length of time that the beans are steeped also plays a role in the flavor of the extract. For a more intense flavor, the beans can be left to steep for a longer period of time.
In general, vanilla extract made with vodka will have a more neutral flavor, while rum-based extract will have a slight sweetness.
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Weight Watched Grilled French Toast
- Prepare an outdoor grill by spraying the grate with non-stick cooking spray.
- Preheat grill to medium/high heat.
- In a 9×13 inch baking dish, add eggs. Using a wire whisk, whisk eggs until beaten lightly.
- In the baking dish, whisk in the fat-free evaporated milk, sugar-free maple syrup, and vanilla.
- In the baking dish, arrange the bread in a single layer. Let bread stand for 2 minutes.
- Flip bread and let stand for approximately 2 – 3 minutes, or until all of the liquid is absorbed into the bread.
- On the prepared grill, place the bread in a single layer.
- Grill bread approximately 2 – 3 minutes, flip and grill another 2 – 3 minutes, or until the center of the bread has set.
- To serve, top with strawberries and a sprinkle of powdered sugar. (*see amounts in notes).
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