Air-Fryer French Toast Sticks + More Easy Air-Fryer Recipes

Apr 14 2020
Ready for a taste of nostalgia? If you grew up eating frozen French toast sticks (or cooking them for kiddos), you'll adore this DIY version made in an air fryer. Never had French toast sticks?! You're in for a treat...

Hungry Girl's Healthy Air-Fryer French Toast Sticks Recipe

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Entire recipe: 157 calories, 1.5g total fat (0g sat fat), 518mg sodium, 21.5g carbs, 5.5g fiber, 2.5g sugars, 14.5g protein

Green Plan SmartPoints® value 3*
Blue Plan (Freestyle) SmartPoints® value 3*

Purple Plan SmartPoints® value 3*

Prep: 5 minutes
Cook: 10 minutes

Ingredients:

1/3 cup (about 3 large) egg whites or fat-free liquid egg substitute

2 tbsp. unsweetened vanilla almond milk

1 packet natural no-calorie sweetener (like Truvia)

3/4 tsp. vanilla extract

1/2 tsp. cinnamon

Dash salt

2 slices light bread

Optional toppings: lite pancake syrup, powdered sugar, berries

Directions:

In a medium bowl, combine all ingredients except bread. Whisk with a fork until uniform.

Cut bread into 1-inch-wide strips. Coat with egg mixture.

Spray air fryer basket with nonstick spray. Add bread strips in a single layer.

Set air fryer to 356 degrees. Cook until golden brown and crispy, 7 - 9 minutes.

MAKES 1 SERVING

HG FYI: Our air fryer has a dial setting for 356 degrees. Depending on your air fryer model, you can set to 356 or 360 degrees.

Stovetop Alternative: If you don’t have an air fryer, bring a large skillet sprayed with nonstick spray to medium-high heat. Cook until golden brown and crispy, 2 - 3 minutes per side.

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Chew on this:

Happy April 14th, National Pecan Day. Got a bag of pecans? Use 'em in this Pecan Pie Oatmeal Bake!

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