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90 Second French Toast

One thing that I miss from my old woe is French Toast, and when I say that… I mean… Any kind of french toast, but Cracker Barrel used to be my favorite. I have finally found a replacement and I couldn’t be more excited to share with you.

This 90 Second French Toast is not only easy to do, but super low in carbs and sugars and tastes just like the real deal! Be sure to check out the Lakanto Monk Fruit sweetened maple syrup.Use our KetoFam Code for 20% off


For the 90 Second Bread (makes two pieces of french toast)
3 tbsp Almond Flour
½ tsp Baking Powder
1 tsp Cream Cheese Softened
1/4 tsp Cinnamon
1 tbsp Monk Fruit or other keto friendly sweetener
2 tbsp Melted Butter
1 Egg

For the French Toast Batter
1 egg
¼ cup Full Fat Heavy Whipping Cream
¼ tsp Monk Fruit Sweetener

Syrup: Lakanto Maple Syrup (made with Monk Fruit)


Melt 2 tbsp of butter in a microwave safe bowl.
Add in the almond flour, baking powder, cinnamon, Monk Fruit, cream cheese, and egg and whisk well. Press down the edges of the batter and smooth out the top so that it cooks evenly. Microwave on high for 90 seconds.

While it cooks prepare a skillet on medium heat then prepare the French Toast batter to dip in. Combine 1 egg, heavy cream, and monk fruit sweetener and whisk well. (this coated 4 pieces)

When the 90 seconds is up, remove from the microwave and use a spoon to loosen the 90 second bread (it will have pulled away from the sides, so focus on the bottom) then flip onto a plate. Cut in half like a bun (careful- it will be hot).

Melt 1-2 tsp of butter in your preheated skillet. Take the individual slices of bread one by one and soak them in the French Toast batter, flipping with a spatula to coat both sides. Then place each on melted butter in the skillet. Cook until golden brown and firm. Remove from heat and add a little Lakanto Monk Fruit Sweetened Maple Syrup. Pair it with bacon slices for an even better experience. Enjoy!

Low-Carb Maple Bacon Waffle

One thing I have missed tremendously on this woe (way of eating) is waffles!
My search is over! I found a yummy recipe that actually tasted great (like a waffle should) and I will definitely be making it again.

I have been wanting to make a maple bacon waffle for a while but my biggest hesitation was the syrup. I don’t like to eat sugar-free with fake sweeteners. After all, my kids are eating these! I scoured the web for a simple keto/low carb syrup that I might be able to make instead of purchasing. If a simple recipe, that tastes good exists… I wasn’t able to find it! Time passed as I moped about without my waffles for some time and then a friend sent me a link to Lakanto. My keto waffle deprived life was changed forever! I had searched high and low to find a syrup that wasn’t loaded with sugar or artificial sweeteners. This maple-flavored syrup is sweetened with Monk fruit, which is keto approved, and it also has a great taste! Monk fruit doesn’t raise blood sugar levels and it actually has a great number of antioxidants. Wanna know the best part? When I purchased they were running a half off sale and I got it for $4 a bottle! I stocked up on that and the other baking sugar replacements I was needing.

Here are the steps to make it along with a video for those of you visual learners.





In a bowl with a pour spout, whisk the dry ingredients first:
1 cup sifted Blanched Almond Flour
1/4 tsp salt
1/2 tsp Baking Powder




Next, add in the wet ingredients:
3 large organic eggs
2 tbsp oil (I chose avocado)
1 cup Heavy Whipping Cream (add a little at a time, the recipe only really needed about a half of a cup to make the right consistency.)
Whisk all ingredients together until desired consistency.



Pour waffle mix onto greased waffle iron until crispy golden brown. Smother in butter, cooked bacon slices, and a bit of Lakanto Maple Syrup and enjoy! Using my Spider-Man waffle maker that my boys love, made 6 perfect waffles.

Here is the full recipe I used, including the nutrition information:
Almond Flour Waffles- Gluten Free

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