Healthy French Toast Recipe I Recipe Rehab I Everyday Health

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  1. my recipe is:

    . 2-5 slices 100 % whole wheat bread
    . 2 whole eggs
    . 2 tbsp. ground cinnamon
    . 2 tbsp. unsweetened apple sauce
    . 1/2 cup unsweetened almond milk
    . 1 tbsp. light brown sugar

  2. I'm very confused. They say Jill's recipe on here is 179 calories but on a separate video using the same fottage but just of jill's recipe it says it has 404 calories. It's same exact recipe though. Which video is right?

  3. my recipe is :

    . 1 or 2 slices light Rye Bread or Pumpernickel bread
    . 1/2 cup 100% pure liquid egg whites
    . 2 tbsp. ground cinnamon
    . 1 scoop Vanilla Whey Protein powder
    how dos that sound?

  4. The portions aren't THAT small. She makes a french toast Nutella sandwich which has a different bread ratio than Aida's baguette french toast, AND the strawberries seem to be included in the recipe, and therefore, the calorie count.

  5. I love the Melvin Family. They are perfect to each other and beautiful kids and they look so happy. Also they are appreciative with both the recipes. Both recipes are good but they have to choose one. Keep it up! Nice Channel.

  6. she cut the toast into 3 pieces.. you know.. !!! i think the serving size is supposed to be that third ..! ;O there's no way you can eat only a third of a french toast with nutella in it! ;D

  7. Honestly, either dish is FAR better than the traditional recipes. πŸ™‚ going to try them BOTH; however, I think I'm going to like Jill's betta w/NO-Tella! πŸ™‚

  8. The main differences that caused the dramatic change in calories I think is A. The sourdough seems to be a lot less carbs then the baguette B. They did have very similar ingredients for the most part, but Adia seemed to add some extra calories with the large spoonfuls of yogurt, the hazelnuts have a lot of protein and so a lot of calories were added with those while on the other hand Jill used some fresh strawberries. So I hoped this help clear some things up πŸ™‚

  9. Jill's french toast was fried in a pan as opposed to Adia's baked french toast. Baking's got to be healthier than frying, right? Both chefs also used some of the same ingredients like almond milk, Greek yogurt and egg whites. So there shouldn't be such a big difference in the calories between the 2 recipes.
    I would have voted for Aida's recipe cos her dish looked more like a traditional french toast. I am not sure if I would enjoy the taste of sourdough bread and coco together.

  10. Yeah, I'm not buying it. That 179 calories in Jill Davie's dish is probably per 1/3 of nutella french toast. The bread slice alone is around 100 calories and almond butter is 100 calories per tablespoon. She's either calculating wrong or her portions are very small.

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