Using your healthy extra b makes these gorgeous French toast waffles syn free! There’s nothing wrong with plain old French toast (though really it’s just a posh name for eggy bread) but making French toast waffles takes it to another level, combining the soft custardy inner with crispy waffley edges and of course those dimples to fill with luscious maple syrup!
The waffle maker I use is a 3 in one toastie maker, waffle iron and grill with interchangeable plates. I bought mine several years ago now and to be honest can’t remember where from but you can get a similar one here for only £17.99.
You don’t have to have a waffle maker to make these delicious French toast waffles, if you have a bog standard toastie maker you can use that and they will still be easy to make and delicious but you won’t get those crispy ridges that you get with a waffle maker.
I served mine with maple syrup (3 syns per tablespoon) and forest fruits but the toppings for these French toast waffles are limited only by your imagination!
- 2 slices wholemeal bread (Healthy extra b)
- 2 eggs
- 1 teaspoon vanilla essence
- 1 tablespoon stevia or your preferred sweetener
- Switch on the waffle maker to preheat.
- In a bowl combine the eggs, vanilla essence and sweetener.
- Cut the bread into 1" squares and place add to the bowl, mix thoroughly to coat all the bread with the egg mixture.
- Divide between two waffle compartments of your waffle maker and follow the manufacturers instructions for your appliance.
- Serve with your favourite topping.