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Eggnog French Toast

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Here’s a quick and healthy low fat breakfast for the holidays and a great way to use your leftover eggnog. Delicious topped with sugar free syrup, agave nectar or honey.

Eggnog French Toast

3 from 1 vote
Course: Breakfast, Brunch
Cuisine: American
Yield: 2 servings
Serving Size: 2 slices


  • 1/2 cup skinny eggnog
  • 2 large egg whites
  • 4 slices Weight Watchers whole grain bread
  • butter flavored spray
  • cinnamon
  • nutmeg
  • powdered sugar


  • Whisk egg whites, cinnamon, and eggnog in a shallow bowl.
  • Heat nonstick skillet on medium heat.
  • When warm, mist with cooking spray.
  • Soak bread into egg mixture, then place on hot skillet.
  • Cook until golden.
  • Top with cinnamon and powdered sugar.
  • Serve with sugar free syrup, agave nectar or honey.

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Serving: 2 slices, Calories: 166.7 kcal, Carbohydrates: 28.4 g, Protein: 10.9 g, Fat: 2.5 g, Fiber: 5.9 g, Sugar: 9.2 g


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16 comments on “Eggnog French Toast”

  1. My daughter asked that I make for breakfast.  I used eggnog, added cinnamon and nutmeg to it (in addition to the egg whites.)  It’s delicious, but not overly eggnog flavored.  Next time, I’ll use milk with vanilla and spices to make french toast.   

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      Cassandra Galbo

      If you're trying to substitute the egg nog mix, how much eggs whites, and milk would we add?

  2. you can also use the lite bread that is not as expensive as the ww bread,instead of the powdered surgar i use the splenda w the cinnamon, very good.

  3. I am a student and dont ususally buy the weight watchers bread as it is a little more expensive the bread i use is multigrain and for two pieces is 4 pts how would that effect the point system for this recipe as I am dying to try it!

    1. I use Sara lees bread it’s 2 points for 2 pieces but I imagine whatever bread you use and then add the points from the other ingredients so it may be more or less depending on the bread you use 

  4. I'm not sure if the eggnog mixture would stick well to the bread without the eggwhites. It would be 1/2 point less per serving without the egg whites.

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    Victoria Cargill

    I have a question could you just dip the bread in to the egg nog mixture and not add the extra egg white would it be less points this way???

  6. @Dawn, yes the WW bread is a great way to still heave French Toast and without the added points! Love it!

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  8. Oh my goodness those look amazing. I LOVE french toast and it's so light when made on WW bread which I always have on hand!