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Key Lime Pie French Toast August 31, 2011

Key Lime Pie French Toast

Jamie says:  Last night I had dinner at my Grandma’s house.  She cooked up a storm (as usual).  She made sausage hoagies with peppers and onions, salad, fennel grapefruit salad, prosciutto fig wraps, vegetable soup, and desserts.  She’s 83.  I hope when I’m 83 I’ll still be cooking like my Italian Grandmother.

Key Lime Pie French Toast

Ingredients:

  • 1 large egg (4 Grain, omega 3)
  • 1/4 tsp ground cinnamon (McCormick)
  • 1 Tbsp fat free milk (Publix)
  • 2 slices 100% whole wheat potato bread (Martin’s)
  • canola cooking spray (Publix)
  • one 4 oz container key lime pie low fat yogurt mousse (Yoplait, Whips!)
Directions:
  1. Pre-heat a small frying pan on a burner set on medium-high heat.  Mix egg, cinnamon, and milk in a bowl.  Dip both slices of bread, front and back, in egg mixture.  Lightly spray pan with cooking spray.  Place slices on frying pan (one at a time or side by side depending on pan size).  Cook for about 1 minute or until egg is cooked.  Flip and repeat to cook other side.
  2. Use a cookie cutter (e.g. star shaped) to cut out the center of the French toast slices.  Fill centers with yogurt and place cut-out French toast pieces on the side.
Serves: 1.  Serving recommendation: Serve with a piece of fruit.  Enjoy!
The key lime pie yogurt tastes refreshing and its consistency is just like whipped cream/melting ice cream!
  • Nutrition note:  Get creative!  Use kitchen tools (like cookie cutters) to make healthy foods fun.
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