French Toast

Anabolic French Toast

Have you ever thought of a classic stack of fluffy French toast while keeping your diet tracked? Well, the Anabolic French toast can help you in a healthy start with staying on track with your diet.

As Coach Greg Doucette says, “There are no rules in the Anabolic Kitchen!”. The Anabolic French toast is fluffy, egg-white soaked bread with endless taste and goodness. It can either be eaten fresh or reheated from frozen.

Protein French Toast

The high Protein French toast is unexpectedly favorable enriched with 32 grams of proteins in each serving. To find out the secret scroll down!

A French toast has two basic parts the bread and the batter. Always go for a wise and healthy choice.

A classic French toast needs thick slices of challah or brioche bread. The bread is porous enough to soak up the sweet diary-ridden batter and then can be pan-seared to a golden brown.

Classic texture is worthy but not more than health. Isn’t it? Instead of these high-fat and buttery white bread slices, go for protein bread!

Whatever protein bread brands you choose. Look for the thick slices with a minimum of 10 grams of protein per serving. This will ensure at least 20 grams of protein intake from just the bread.

Protein bread can be easily prepared with a variety of grains and seeds such as oats, flax, rye, and quinoa. The Protein French toast differs from the Anabolic French toast in 1 tsp of ginger, 3 tbsp of peanut butter or almond butter powder, and 2 egg wholes along with egg whites.

Anabolic French Toast Recipe

To make the Anabolic French toast recipe, you need the following ingredients.

  • 250 g or a cup of egg white
    Half cup of canned pumpkin puree
    4 slices of any of your favorite bread.
    2 Tbsp of sugar-free maple syrup
    Quarter tsp of cinnamon
    A pinch of salt


  1. Take a large pan and preheat to low/medium flame. Collectively whisk pumpkin puree, egg whites, maple syrup, salt, and cinnamon in a bowl.

  2. Add egg mixture to a large dish and soak all the slices for 5 minutes. Your slices will absorb all the goodness of egg white.

  3. Use a nonstick pan to spray the pan. Cook each side of the French toast for 4-5 minutes until golden brown. Keep slow cooking on low flame. This will completely cook egg whites and give you a fluffy and thick toast. Yummy! Isn’t it?

  4. In a separate bowl mix a protein, Greek yogurt, and sugar-free pudding mix. If this mixture gets too thick you can add 2 tablespoons of milk or water.

  5. You can enjoy your Anabolic French toast with any of your favorite toppings. You can go for sugar-free maple syrup, protein cream peanut butter, or any other you like.

Low Calorie French Toast

Two French toast slices can contain anyhow 300-500 calories. In this thriving and progressing weight loss industry, “calories” is a term repeatedly spoken, heard, and seen in many diets, fitness plans, and weight loss products.

Want to lose weight! Cut back on your daily caloric consumption. Probably you are also among those dieters who have associated calories with weight gain. Despite the harmfulness of calories towards weight gain, they are still very essential for efficient routine working.

An Anabolic French toast breakfast in the morning can provide you with many calories. You might need to turn to low-calorie foods for the rest of the day or can also do some physical activity to burn off gained calories.

You can also go for a Low Calorie French toast to prevent weight gain. Low Calorie French toast is an easy variation to the basic French toast recipe. This recipe uses reduced fat substitutes.

The batter involves half a teaspoon of ground cinnamon, a teaspoon of vanilla extract, 2/3 cup skimmed milk, half cup egg substitutes. The most important variation is the 6 slices of low calorie white bread.

That’s perfect! A healthy breakfast with yummy Low Calorie French Toast!


A flavored, as well as diet-compatible Anabolic French toast, is unbeatable. Hope you have gone through its complete recipe and will try it yourself. Do share your worthy adds or cuts to the recipe. We love to hear from you!

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