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Paleo French Toast

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Paleo French Toasts are a fun, easy, and deliciously sweet breakfast recipe perfect for fixing your bread craving.

These Paleo toasts are made 100% gluten-free, grain-free, and keto-friendly bread.

If you love coconut flour, almond meal, and eggs, you will be amazed by this paleo toast recipe.

Paleo French Toast is a fun, easy and delicious sweet breakfast recipe perfect to fix your bread craving. Those french toast are made with a 100% gluten free, grain free and clean eating approved bread. If you love coconut flour, almond meal, eggs you will be amazed by this paleo french toast recipe. #paleo #frenchtoast

What Are Paleo Toasts?

Paleo Frensh Toasts are a simple breakfast recipe made with paleo ingredients.

They don’t include any highly-refined ingredients and make a healthy breakfast option.

Paleo French Toast is a fun, easy and delicious sweet breakfast recipe perfect to fix your bread craving. Those french toast are made with a 100% gluten free, grain free and clean eating approved bread. If you love coconut flour, almond meal, eggs you will be amazed by this paleo french toast recipe. #paleo #frenchtoast

How To Make Paleo Toasts

It made perfect bread as a French toast base. It soaks up the egg mixture pretty well and won’t break at all. This recipe is inspired by my mum’s classic french toast recipe.

I simply swap regular milk for coconut milk and used coconut oil instead of butter.

Ingredients

So all you need are a few basic ingredients:

  • Paleo Bread – I used Almond Turmeric Cricket Bread, but you can use my keto bread loaf recipe if preferred.
  • Eggs
  • Coconut milk – opt for unsweetened coconut milk, or swap for your favorite low-carb milk alternative to reduce carbs.
  • Vanilla – to bring the best taste.
  • Granulated Sugar of Choice – if you are on a low-carb diet, opt for erythritol. Otherwise, you can pick coconut sugar or cane sugar.
  • Coconut Oil – if you don’t like the taste of coconut, choose refined coconut oil.
  • Cinnamon
Paleo French Toast is a fun, easy and delicious sweet breakfast recipe perfect to fix your bread craving. Those french toast are made with a 100% gluten free, grain free and clean eating approved bread. If you love coconut flour, almond meal, eggs you will be amazed by this paleo french toast recipe. #paleo #frenchtoast

Making Paleo Toast

Once you’ve picked your bread, prepare the paleo toast mixture.

Whisk together the eggs, plant-based milk, cinnamon, granulated sweetener, and vanilla until the mixture is pale yellow.

You don’t want large bits of egg yolks as it’ll give a stronger taste to parts of the paleo toasts.

Dunk each side of the bread slices into the mixture and place them on a hot crepe pan or skillet with a touch of coconut oil.

Let the bread darken on the first side for about one minute and flip it to cook the other side.

Paleo French Toast is a fun, easy and delicious sweet breakfast recipe perfect to fix your bread craving. Those french toast are made with a 100% gluten free, grain free and clean eating approved bread. If you love coconut flour, almond meal, eggs you will be amazed by this paleo french toast recipe. #paleo #frenchtoast

Serving Paleo Toasts

I served these paleo french toast in two ways, on a plate or as a stack with your favorite fresh fruits and spreads.

If you’re not on a low-carb diet, I recommend slices of banana, strawberries, and blueberries.

Add to the top a drizzle of maple syrup or sugar-free maple syrup and you have a delicious and healthy breakfast.

Paleo French Toast is a fun, easy and delicious sweet breakfast recipe perfect to fix your bread craving. Those french toast are made with a 100% gluten free, grain free and clean eating approved bread. If you love coconut flour, almond meal, eggs you will be amazed by this paleo french toast recipe. #paleo #frenchtoast

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I hope you enjoyed this simple paleo french toast recipe. Have a lovely time in the kitchen!

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Paleo French Toast is a fun, easy and delicious sweet breakfast recipe perfect to fix your bread craving. Those french toast are made with a 100% gluten free, grain free and clean eating approved bread. If you love coconut flour, almond meal, eggs you will be amazed by this paleo french toast recipe. #paleo #frenchtoast

Paleo French Toast

4.92 from 303 votes
Paleo French Toast is a fun, easy, and delicious sweet breakfast recipe, perfect for fixing your bread craving. This Paleo toast is made with 100% gluten-free, grain-free and clean-eating approved bread. If you love coconut flour, almond meal, eggs you will be amazed by this paleo toast recipe. 
Prep Time: 10 mins
Cook Time: 10 mins
Total Time: 20 mins
Yield: 4 servings
Serving Size: 2 slices

Nutrition

Net Carbs 13.8g
Fat 28.3g
Protein 12.5g
Calories 436.3kcal
4.92 from 303 votes
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Instructions

  • Whisk together eggs, coconut milk, ground cinnamon, granulated sweetener of choice, and vanilla essence. 
  • Heat a skillet or crepe pan under medium heat. Add 1/2 teaspoon of coconut oil for 4 bread slices. I cooked my French toast in two batches of 4 slices as the 8 bread slices won't fit my pan at once. 
  • Dunk each slice of paleo bread in the egg mixture, soaking both sides. Place in the hot pan, and cook on both sides until golden. Depending on the bread you are using, you may have to add a bit more coconut oil. Add 1/2 teaspoon at a time and see how it goes. 
  • Serve hot with banana slices, fresh strawberries, and a drizzle of maple syrup or honey. 
Milk: any dairy free milk will work with this recipe. Feel free to use almond milk or any nut milk you like.
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Nutrition Facts
Paleo French Toast
Amount Per Serving (2 slices)
Calories 436.3 Calories from Fat 255
% Daily Value*
Fat 28.3g44%
Saturated Fat 1.5g9%
Trans Fat 0.1g
Polyunsaturated Fat 0.8g
Monounsaturated Fat 1.2g
Cholesterol 81.8mg27%
Sodium 93mg4%
Potassium 169.4mg5%
Carbohydrates 35.4g12%
Fiber 21.6g90%
Sugar 5g6%
Protein 12.5g25%
Net Carbs 13.8g
Vitamin A 140.6IU3%
Vitamin B12 0.2µg3%
Vitamin C 13.2mg16%
Vitamin D 0.4µg3%
Calcium 75.8mg8%
Iron 0.6mg3%
Magnesium 13.5mg3%
Zinc 0.4mg3%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
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    2 Thoughts On Paleo French Toast
  1. I haven’t tried this yet but you said in your keto bread recipe that you used it as a basis for your French toast recipe. I suggest mentioning that in this recipe for anyone who doesn’t want to buy the paleo bread.

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