Monday, February 13, 2012

French Toast Scrambled Eggs

Have you made yourself French Toast and you wondered to  what do with the left over Egg mixture?  - Well the perfect answer to this question is ------------------------
French Toast Scrambled Eggs!
 - It probably sounds a little strange but it is quickly growing to be my favorite breakfast, second only to my Something Cereal which is fantastic for mornings when you're in hurry or want something cold. French Toast Scrambled Eggs are a sweet and protein packed way to start the day, one in which I throughly enjoy.

I am going to be completely honest with you, I regularly go out of my way to make my eggs this way, whether I am making French Toast or not. In the picture above you'll see I made mini French Toast with some thinly sliced, day old Chebe Rolls. However I frequently make these Eggs on their own and sometimes I pour a little Almond Milk over the top which makes a delicious and nutritious, sweet but protein rich warm "Cereal."     - 
It's sweet, cinnamony and oh so tasty. I've made these a lot lately! 
French Toast Scrambled Eggs:
2 Eggs
2 Tablespoons Maple Syrup
1-2 Teaspoons Cinnamon
4 Tablespoons Almond Milk or Other.
--- Whisk ALL ingredients in a bowl until mixed well and pre-heat a skillet to medium-high heat. Melt 1-2 Tablespoons Butter or Oil in the pan and add Egg Mixture and scramble them as you would any scrambled eggs.  -  Serve on a plate alone or in a bowl with milk of your choice, optionally you can drizzle on more maple syrup. Mmm, Mmm Tasty!

If you love French Toast but haven't found any bread substitutes that you like or that fit your diet, you can still enjoy all the flavors, minus the bread... with this recipe. When served in a bowl of milk, it is strikingly similar to a breakfast my Mother made me as a child. She would served cooked rice in a bowl of milk with melted butter, cinnamon and sugar. It brings back wonderful memories of breakfasts gone by. 

Have you got any creative, healthy breakfasts you or your family just love? Please post in the comments and share with us, we'd love to hear them. Or if you have any comments on this recipe, we'd love to hear those too.
 - Until next time, I wish you Peace, Health and Happiness!

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