Tired of all the delicious, seasonal pumpkin recipes yet? I didn’t think so. Here’s another one for a Baked Pumpkin French Toast that is so good, it tastes more like dessert than breakfast. After seeing so many baked french toasts recipes floating around lately, I decided to give one a shot, even though I’m not a huge fan of french toast. I decided to make my egg mix a little more healthy and a little more seasonal by adding pumpkin puree, pumpkin pie spice, and using Egg Beaters instead of real eggs. I also used some leftover challah bread that we had for dinner on a Friday night. The prep was very easy. It took me all of 10 minutes. Then I just set it in my fridge overnight and popped it in the oven in the morning. My house smelled AMAZING while it was baking! And it was delicious. Seriously, DELICIOUS. Each serving was 8 Points +, which isn’t too bad considering this was a large and filling serving topped with real maple syrup. You could probably shave off a point or two by using low calorie syrup, but in my opinion, a dish this divine deserves the good stuff. I was quite full at just 1 serving. This would make a perfect Christmas morning breakfast recipe (just let it bake while you are opening presents!) or even for the morning after Thanksgiving (if you don’t plan on eating dinner leftovers for breakfast like I’ll be doing). Regardless of when or how you eat it, this is one Baked French Toast Recipe you must try. Enjoy!
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When it comes to food, the French do everything right. And French Toast is no exception! However when the American’s decided to stuff this delicious, French breakfast recipe with cream cheese and call it “Stuffed French Toast”, they made a good food even better. A traditional overnight stuffed french toast recipe can be pretty dangerous to any weight watcher. But this low calorie version will knock your socks off! It’s easy, it’s delicious and it has just a 5 Point Total per serving. By using many of the standard ingredients of the traditional recipe, I just made a few alterations in order to lower the calories, fat grams and Point Total. Though my version is not an official one of Weight Watchers Breakfast Recipes, if you are a french toast fanatic who is trying to lose weight, you will be super psyched to give this low calorie breakfast recipe a try!
While looking for good Weight Watchers Breakfast Recipes, I came across this fabulous recipe for Apple Butter French Toast with Honey and Almonds! It’s deliciously sweet and flavorful and because it’s baked, it’s super easy to make. I let the bread soak overnight, and then popped it in the oven in the morning for a gourmet breakfast treat! My husband and I both loved it. And with just a 2 Point Total per slice, it’s a great, low point breakfast recipe for anyone who’s looking for a yummy, yet satisfying dish. Though this is not an official one of Weight Watchers Recipes, it’s definitely a must try.
With summer coming to an end soon, it’s time to savor our last days of those delicious and healthy summer fruits. I found this awesome Weight Watchers Baked Stuffed French Toast Recipe and I wanted to share. I made it just this past Sunday and O M G…..Sooooooooooo delicious! Stuffed French Toast has never tasted so good! The thing I love most is that it’s so decadent…you feel like you’ve just ordered a fancy, gourmet breakfast from some over-priced restaurant. And of course, with just 4 Weight Watchers Points, it’s a guilt-free breakfast recipe that’ll knock your socks off.