Apple French Toast in a Mug + More Easy Microwave Breakfast Recipes
Entire recipe: 153 calories, 1.5g total fat (0g sat. fat), 482mg sodium, 23g carbs, 6g fiber, 4.5g sugars, 12.5g protein
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Cook: 5 minutes or less
2 tbsp. chopped Fuji or Gala apple
1/4 cup (about 2 large) egg whites or fat-free liquid egg substitute
2 tbsp. unsweetened vanilla almond milk
1 packet no-calorie sweetener
2 slices light bread
Optional toppings: lite pancake syrup, powdered sugar, berries, light butter<
1/2 tsp. cinnamon
Place apple in a microwave-safe mug sprayed with nonstick spray. Cover and microwave for 1 minute, or until softened.
Add all remaining ingredients except bread. Mix thoroughly.
Cut bread into 1-inch pieces. Add to the mug, and gently stir to coat. Microwave for 1 minute.
Gently stir. Microwave for 45 seconds, or until set
MAKES 1 SERVING
HG Alternative: The recipe also ROCKS with the Thin Sliced varieties of Dave’s Killer Bread! (Nutritional stats will vary.)
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