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High-Protein French Toast Scramble

This French Toast Scramble is a high-protein, low-carb alternative to your favorite plate of French Toast. It’s made with just a handful of ingredients and comes together in a matter of minutes.

French Toast Scramble

Have you ever had a sweet egg scramble? I know, it sound kind of strange, but don’t knock it ’til you try it!

If you’re watching your carbs (and sugar), a plate of French toast can easily push you over your daily goal. This easy-t0-make French Toast Scramble is a (seriously) delicious high-protein and low-carb alternative. It’s made with just a handful of ingredients and comes together in a matter of minutes. Add a spoonful of your favorite nut butter for some added fat and staying power. Plus, I swear everything is better with some nut butter!
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If you’re tired of plain scrambled eggs or bowl of oatmeal, definitely give this recipe a shot. I’m guessing you probably have most of the ingredients on hand already, and it’s ridiculously easy to whip up. If you have 10 minutes, you can make this high-protein breakfast. The healthy fats and protein will balance your blood sugar, and keep you fueled until lunchtime.

If you’re avoiding grains or gluten, or eating lower amounts of carbs, I highly recommend adding this into the mix of your morning meals. It’s also just a great way to add more protein to your diet!

Ingredients in French Toast Scramble

bananaeggegg whitesground cinnamonhoneyvanilla extractcoconut oil

French Toast Scramble


Prep Time:4 minutes


Cook Time:4 minutes


Total Time:8 minutes


Yield:1 serving


Category:Breakfast


Method:Stovetop

Description

This French Toast Scramble is a high-protein, low-carb alternative to your favorite plate of French Toast. It’s made with just a handful of ingredients and comes together in a matter of minutes.

Ingredients

1 medium banana, peeled and mashed1 large egg3 large egg whites1 teaspoon ground cinnamon1⁄2 teaspoon honey1 teaspoon vanilla extract1⁄2 teaspoon coconut oil

Instructions

In a medium mixing bowl, combine banana, egg, egg whites, cinnamon, honey, and vanilla. Mix well.Melt coconut oil in a small skillet over medium heat. Pour in batter.Cook, stirring, until eggs are no longer runny, about 3–4 minutes.Remove from pan and serve.

Nutrition

Serving Size:1Calories:279Sugar:17gSodium:231mgFat:8gCarbohydrates:36gFiber:3gProtein:16g

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Joe Miyaki

Written by Joe Miyaki

When I first began my adventure with fitness I was anything but the picture of health. I was very overweight and I realized it was because of eating fast food and drinking pop and beer on a regular basis. I decided to do something about it. I immersed myself in a new lifestyle and have never regretted it.

I did, however, have multiple ups and downs. It took me years to make a decision to thoroughly examine my workouts and make necessary changes.

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