Grilled Banana and Peanut Butter Stuffed French Toast

I don’t really have to go into too much detail about how much I love breakfast. But I do. Here are some snapshots from this weekend’s breakfast creations:

bananaoat

Coconut ‘cakes

Pancakes

 

Pancake Perfection

 

Since my weekend is still going strong (Thanks, MLK!), I decided to try something new today. My waffle maker is still on the fritz and I needed to use up the last of a loaf of bread, so I decided on French toast. After constructed, this recipe was too good not to share! I enjoyed it leisurely (since I have the day off…did I mention that?) paired with my French toast coffee!

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Serves: 1 Cook Time: 15 minutes

2 slices low calorie all wheat bread

3 medium egg whites

1 banana

3 medium strawberries

1 tbsp PB2

1 packet stevia

Cinnamon

Syrup of choice

I started by slicing the banana in diagonal pieces and placing them on a skillet that was heated to medium heat.

I sprinkled a small amount of stevia and cinnamon on them as they cooked. I cooked them for about 3 minutes on each side until browned (eh, they burnt a little).

Beat your egg whites in a bowl with about 1/2 tsp of cinnamon and another sprinkling of stevia. When mixed, soak your bread in the mixture for 3-5 minutes while the bananas cook. 

When bananas are done, set them aside and place your bread in the pan. Let it cook for about 4 minutes on each side. Mix up one tbsp of PB2 with 1 tbsp of water and another sprinkle of stevia.

When bread is done, spread the PB2 mixture onto one piece of the bread.

PB2bread

 

You could use real PB obviously, but I love PB2 because it saves so many calories!

Layer some of your banana and cut up strawberries on the first piece of toast.

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Top with the second piece of toast and the rest of the fruit. Drizzle with syrup of choice. Shove face.

 

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It was so good! The strawberries and peanut butter almost made it taste like a PB & J some bites. I also totaled the whole thing as < 400 calories with syrup. Definitely perfect for a lazy day off! I may not even go outside today. The temperature is hovering somewhere around 10 degrees. Ew. Is it summer yet?

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15 thoughts on “Grilled Banana and Peanut Butter Stuffed French Toast

  1. Alex @ Cookie Dough Katzen

    Yum! I can’t believe all of that goodness is less then 400 cals! I haven’t tried PB2- do you use it in place of regular peanut butter or are there still things that regular PB is better for? I like the breakfast theme today too 😉

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    1. Andrea @Pencils and Pancakes

      It takes some getting used to if you want to use it as an all out sub for PB- like on bread or sandwiches and in oatmeal. But it works excellently in smoothies and recipes. I started out just using it for smoothies then once I got used to it I now use it for basically anything. I save real PB for a special treat.

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