Low Fat French Toast

Written by Josie Anderson

French toast was one of my favorite breakfast foods when I was little. Dieting can be hard, especially when you can not enjoy many ofrepparttar foods that you love. Here is a twist onrepparttar 150954 traditional french toast recipe, that once used to be high in fat. With just a few modifications you can turn french toast into a healthy food. I make this for my husband and he can not even tell that this is a low fat version. It's also been tested on Marines in my house and they loved it. So share it with your family and turn breakfast into a healthy meal.



- 1 large egg - 2 egg whites - 1 cup skim milk (or 1%) - 1 tsp vanilla extract - 1 1/2 tsp ground cinnamon - 1 loaf of white bread

How To Eat Fresh Vegetables Ė Ideas for Working More Veggies Into Your Diet

Written by Robb Ksiazek

Fresh, uncooked veggies are so healthy and itís important to work them into your meal plan somewhere. The majority of Americanís donít eat enough vegetables and most vegetables consumed inrepparttar American diet are cooked potatoes inrepparttar 150850 form of french fries. Americanís need more vegetables in their diet Ė and not inrepparttar 150851 form of crispy fries.

To work more fresh uncooked vegetables into your diet, try eating more salads. Salads are a great source of vegetables and are a great appetizer to any meal (or meal themselves). Try these salad toppings for a wholesome gourmet salad:

  • Tomatoes
  • Cucumber
  • Broccoli
  • Cheese (blue, mozzarella, cheddar, pepper-jack, feta, or other)
  • Raisins
  • Nuts (pecans, walnuts, sunflower seeds)
  • Hard Boiled Eggs
  • Onions (green, red, sweet-yellow are all excellent)
  • Bell Peppers (any color)
  • Spinach
  • Celery
  • Cauliflower
  • Bean Sprouts or Alfalfa Sprouts
  • Avocado or Guacamole
  • Meats (steak, chicken, shrimp, etc.)
  • Fruit (raspberries, strawberries, grapes)

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