Who says dieting has to be boring, right?!? Yes, that’s right, these French Toast Waffles are completely diet friendly and I am very happy about that. Instead of frying the French toast in butter, I decided it would be fun to try cooking it in a waffle maker for a lower fat option. And doesn’t everything taste good when it looks like a waffle?? I filled slices of Ezekiel Cinnamon Raisin Sprouted Whole Grain Bread (you can use any bread you want) with chocolate peanut butter and overripe smashed banana then soaked in an egg custard made with unsweetened almond milk. Sounds healthy, right??? So much flavor in every bite. I could seriously eat peanut butter with banana all day long!
Is it a waffle? Is it French toast? Is it a sandwich? You decide!
Sprinkle the warm French toast waffles with a mixture of coconut sugar (or white sugar) and cinnamon and eat ’em up! If you are serving at a meal and not just keeping them all to yourself, place the French toast waffles on a baking sheet and keep warm in the oven at 200 degrees F. until ready to serve.
Yields 4 waffles