Paleo French Toast? Yes Please!
Grain-Free French Toast Sticks…. say whaaaaaaaat? This is no joke, you can be low-carb, sugar-free, or paleo and still eat FRENCH TOAST. How? Just make my paleo pancake, then slice it up, dip it into the french toast batter, and fry it in coconut oil again. Trust me, you need to make this for breakfast… it’s insanely delicious!
Why is it Healthy?
- There’s almost no sugar in the recipe – the only bit of sugar from the maple syrup! While I normally go syrup-free with my pancakes, I highly recommend just a little drizzle on the french toast sticks. The maple really enhances the french toast flavor of the recipe!
- There’s no flour in the recipe – there’s coconut flour! Coconut flour is a flour alternative made from dried coconut pulp… which is also naturally high in fiber, low-carb, gluten-free and grain-free.
French Toast SticksPrint This
- 2 eggs
- 1 tbsp. coconut flour
- 1 tbsp. vanilla extract
- 1/2 tsp. cinnamon
- Coconut oil
- Make the pancake by combining 1 egg and the coconut flour in a small bowl, then mix until no clumps remain.
- Heat some coconut oil in a pan, then cook the pancake. Slice the pancake into strips for french toast sticks, then set it aside.
- In a small bowl, make the french toast batter combine the other egg, vanilla, and cinnamon. Add the pancake strips to the french toast batter so they can soak it up.
- Heat some coconut oil on your pan, then add the strips. Cook the strips on both sides until they’re golden brown.
- Serve them with maple syrup (even a little drizzle enhances the french toast taste, so I highly recommend it!) and blueberry sauce.
You will be left with extra french toast batter, but don't worry! Simply heat some coconut oil in a pan, pour the batter, and cook it like an omelette. Since it has the vanilla and cinnamon, it's a sweet omelette and tastes more like a crepe - trust me, it's yummy!