Having a large and healthy breakfast is a challenging  undertaking, especially if you want to be quick and not eat the same thing every day.  I have come up with several ideas, one of which is this french toast recipe.  It only takes a couple of minutes to make and provides all The Gabriel Method requirements – Protein, omega3 and live food.

Sprouted bread makes really tasty french toast.  Very satisfying and you can’t tell the whey powder is there at all. Yea!

French Toast

1 serving

1 slice of sprouted bread
1 omega egg
2 T organic milk
1 T ground flax seed
1/2 scoop unflavored whey powder
pinch of freshly ground nutmeg
2 t organic butter

Wisk the egg, milk, flax, whey and nutmeg together until there are no lumps or bumps.

Melt the butter in a frying pan over just more than medium heat.

Dip the bread into the egg mixture, flipping and allowing it to soak up as much of the egg mixture as possible.

Place the bread into the pan and pour any remaining egg mixture on top, trying to keep side spillage to a minimum.

When nice and brown on one side flip and brown on the other side.  Then turn down the heat to medium low and continue to cook until the center is semi-firm to the touch.  

Place on a plate and top with a large pile of berries or another favorite fruit.  Drizzle a little pure maple syrup over the top and enjoy.

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5 Responses to French Toast – Gabriel Method Recipe

  • Phyllis says:

    What is sprouted bread and where do you get it?

  • admin says:

    Sprouted bread is bread made from sprouted grains. They contain no flour are very good for you. I get mine at Trader Joe’s. They carry several varieties in their bread section. Other than that I would look in the refrigerated part of the organic/health food section of your grocery store. You will definitely want to refrigerate or freeze it once you bring it home to preserve it’s freshness as it has no preservatives or additives to keep it fresh on your counter.

    I have really been enjoying this type of bread. It is different than most bread — on the extreme end of whole grain, but it has great flavor and I really enjoy the seed varieties for their flavor and additional omega 3s.

    Food For Life Baking Co. is the most popular brand I have found. They have a store finder on their website so that may help you find where to buy it locally.

    My favorite is the Rainier Organic Bakery grain and seed bread, but I don’t know how available that is outside the northwest.

    Good Luck!

  • charlene says:

    Hi,I want to say thank you for this lovely recipe,I’m new to the gabriel method and can’t imagine my new life without it!!

    I will be visiting your site more often for more lovely recipes!!

    Thank you.

  • admin says:

    Hi Charlene! Thanks so much for the post. I am really glad that you are enjoying The Gabriel Method. I still struggle with eating a healthy substantial breakfast (I just am not that hungry in the morning and nothing sounds good :), but this french toast certainly is yummy. Berries are slowly coming back so that will be a great and easy addition.

    Good luck on your journey and keep us posted!

  • It’s pretty awesome having nutrition as my life. I always tell people when they ask me what kind of supplements to take. Start with the basics and get some whey protein as a body building supplement then if you want, try an EFA stack for weight loss. As always throw in a multivitamin.

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