Baked french toast

Baked french toast
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Last updated 10/4/2011 7:55:21 PM. Recipe ID 16343. Report a problem with this recipe.

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      Title: Baked french toast
 Categories: Breads, Breakfast, Diabetic, Low-fat
      Yield: 4 Servings
    2/3 c  Low-fat cottage cheese
    1/4 c  Skim milk
      2 tb Sugar (or substitute equiv.)
      1 lg Egg
      1 lg Egg white
    1/2 ts Vanilla extract
      4 sl (1 oz each) Whole wheat,
           -oatmeal, or other whole-
           -grain bread
     Preheat the oven to 425 degrees F.  In a food processor or blender,
  whirl the cottage cheese, milk, sugar, egg, egg white, and vanilla for
  about 1 minute or until smooth. Transfer the mixture to a shallow
  dish, place the bread in it and let stand for 10 minutes. Turn the
  bread over and let stand another 10 minutes. (To save time in the
  morning, soak the bread overnight.)  Meanwhile, grease a baking sheet
  and place it in the preheated oven for 7 minutes.
     Remove the baking sheet from the oven, place the bread on it, and
  bake for 6 minutes.  Turn the bread over and bake 5 to 6 minutes
  longer or until golden brown. Serve with no-sugar-added jam. Makes 4
     Nutritional information per serving:  calories - 149, protein - 10
  gm., fat - 3 gm. (saturated fat - 1 gm.), carbohydrates - 21 gm.,
  cholesterol - 55 mg., fiber - 3 gm., sodium - 369 mg. (Diabetic
  Exchanges not available)
     FROM:  Live Longer Cookbook   by Reader's Digest 

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Recipe ID 16343 (Apr 03, 2005)

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