Tuesday, 31 July 2012

Warburtons Hi-Taste Lo-Fat 2-week Eating Plan Snack recipe : French Toast with Cinnamon & Berries

Of all the recipes in the Warburtons Hi-Taste Lo-Fat 2-week Eating Plan, I have to say this is the one that appeals to me the most. Even better news is that two slices of  Warburtons Fruit Loaf  with Orange provide one  of your 5-a-day - how cool is that ?!

The  orange  in  the fruit  loaf  compliments  the  cinnamon  flavour  really  well.

Makes: About 8  slices 
Takes  about  5  minutes  to  make  and  8  minutes  to  cook

  1. 2 free range eggs
  2. 2 tbsp semi skimmed milk
  3. About 1-2 tsp vegetable oil
  4. About 5g small piece low fat butter
  5. 8 slices Warburtons Fruit Loaf with Orange
  6. A pinch of ground cinnamon
  7. About 3 tsp small sprinkling of sugar
  8. 4 handfuls fresh cherries or berries or other fruit, to serve
  1. Directions
  2. 1. Crack the eggs into a bowl, add the milk and mix with a fork
  3. 2. Heat the oil and butter in a frying pan
  4. 3. Dip a slice of the Warburtons fruit loaf with orange into the egg mixture and put it straight into the pan, depending on the size of the pan you should fit 3 or 4 slices in the pan at one time. Cook for 2 -3 minutes on each side or until cooked and golden
  5. 4. Repeat with the rest of the bread and egg mixture. 
  6. 5. Cut each slice of French Toast in half, sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar and serve with fresh cherries or other fruit
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Disclosure : Warburtons sent me a couple of loaves of bread and some brioche rolls to help start us off on the  Hi-Taste Lo-Fat 2-week Eating Plan.

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  1. I tried this last week, couldn't use the bread with orange as I'm allergic to oranges (I know weird huh!) but it was very yummy & not a crumb left over!

  2. I don't think I have ever had French Toast. I don't think I've lived!

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