Keto French Toast Sticks Recipe

Keto French Toast Sticks Recipe
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If you are looking for a simple alternative to the same old scrambled eggs and bacon on your keto diet, consider these easy to make Keto French Toast Sticks. These protein-packed french toast sticks will fill you up, and they are yummy enough for the whole family to enjoy. Our kids don’t even realize that they are eating keto about 3/4 of the time! We like to keep it interesting around here in our house, and you can too.

The recipe starts off by making a loaf of simple microwave bread. If you have never made the microwave bread before, you are missing out, because it is very versatile and can be made into a variety of accommodating shapes, depending on what containers you have available to microwave it safely in. We prefer to make this recipe in a rectangular Pyrex dish because the loaf comes out in easy to cut sizes.

We then serve ours with a little Salted Butter on top and go to town, and our kids get theirs with pure maple syrup (since they aren’t strictly eating keto along with us). You could also use some sugar-free maple/pancake syrups if you wish but just be sure to choose one that is actually keto-friendly and not just one for diabetics.

Will this become a weekend staple in your household? Make some and let us know how yours turn out in the comments at the bottom of the page!

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Keto French Toast SticksKETO FRENCH TOAST STICKS RECIPE

Ease of Preparation: Easy

Prep Time: 10 Minutes

Cooking Time: 15-20 Minutes

Total Time: 25-30 Minutes

Ingredients:

[Bread]

  • 4 Tablespoons Olive Oil (Or use Avocado Oil, Butter, your preference)
  • 4 Eggs
  • 3/4 Cup Almond Flour
  • 1 Teaspoon Baking Powder (not a heaping one either, just a smooth level Teaspoon, otherwise it might make the bread bitter)
  • 1 Tablespoon Maple Flavoring

[Coating/Drench]





Instructions:

[Bread]

  1. Add Oil or Melted Butter to a medium mixing bowl.
  2. Add 4 Eggs and 1 Tablespoon of Maple Flavoring and whisk together well.
  3. Add in the 1 Teaspoon of Baking Powder, and then slowly start mixing in the Almond Flour. Whisk until all of the ingredients are properly whisked together.
  4. Grease a microwave safe Pyrex dish (rectangular preferred) and pour the mixture into the dish.
  5. Microwave for 3 – 4 Minutes until it is cooked ALL the way through.
  6. Remove from the microwave and cut into 7-9 thin slices. Set aside for now.

[Coating/Drench]

  1. In a medium bowl add in 2 Eggs, 1/8 Cup Heavy Whipping Cream, 1 Teaspoon Ground Cinnamon, and 1 Tablespoon Vanilla Extract.
  2. Whisk until the ingredients are nicely whisked together.

Cooking:

  1. Heat up your favorite non-stick skillet to about 290*F or Medium High Heat.
  2. Add in some cooking spray, oil, or butter, and then drench the strips of Bread into the Coating and place on the skillet.
  3. Cook each side for about 1 minute or until golden brown. (There will be 4 sides here since we basically cut them into elongated cubes.)
  4. Serve warm with your choice of Butter, and/or keto-friendly syrup like the Walden Farm’s Calorie Free Maple Syrup.




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  • Microwaveing Kills all the Enzymes, not to mention
    all your Vitamins & nutrients in your Food.
    We need Enzymes. They are very important.
    I Never Microwave Anything. But I Love this Recipe,
    But I want to use a regular oven. Just wished you had
    time & temperature for those that don’t want to use
    the Microwave & want to use their regular oven
    instead.

      • actually if you separate the whites and yolks you can achieve the fluffy eggs that way too by whipping the whites and folding the whites in last after mixing the rest of the ingredients for the bread together

      • I just did the recipe and baked it in the oven. They still came out light and airy. The only thing I would do differently next time is add more cinnamon for my personal liking.

    • Sherry, did you try it in the oven? I don’t like to use a microwave either. I’m trying to keep my nutrient content high. It does sound wonderful! Though I’d like to try it in the oven as well.

    • YES IT CAN BE MADE IN AN OVEN. i don’t own a microwave and made this bread recipe in the oven at 375° for 15 minutes in a 7×10 inch glass pyrex baking dish that I sprayed with non stick cooking spray. It turned out perfect but since it wasn’t being baked in a bread pan but bigger area surface pan, I added an extra 1/2 tsp of baking powder to the batter. I also used my electric mix master to do the mixing and started at low speed and increased that as well. . I first set the timer for 10 minutes to see if that would be enough baking time. It wasn’t so I added baking time in 1 minute increments until I felt the center for doneness with my finger. In my oven it was 15 minutes but I probably could have taken it out at the 14 minute mark. Every microwaveable recipe is doable in the oven ,

    • Sherry – You read my mind as I am looking at this delicious recipe. I was just thinking about how smart people are about food, yet they do not realize the destruction of it of EVERYTHING good and the whole purpose of food!!! I am amazed. I haven’t used a mikey in over 20 years.
      I do wish people with delicious recipes would understand this and bake in the oven. It’s for their own good, so food will do it’s intended purpose for the body. People really need to do their own research.
      I do appreciate all those who put out all of these recipe websites, indeed! Thanks!

  • I just made these using the microwave, I replace the maple flavoring with vanilla and I added whipped cream on top and I added a little bit of monk fruit in the Raw zero calorie calorie sweetener to my whipping cream is a little grainy which I think all almond flour is but it is good a great alternative to the eggs and bacon every morning.

    • YES IT CAN BE MADE IN AN OVEN. i don’t own a microwave and made this bread recipe in the oven at 375° for 15 minutes in a 7×10 inch glass pyrex baking dish that I sprayed with non stick cooking spray. It turned out perfect but since it wasn’t being baked in a bread pan but bigger area surface pan, I added an extra 1/2 tsp of baking powder to the batter. I also used my electric mix master to do the mixing and started at low speed and increased that as well. . I first set the timer for 10 minutes to see if that would be enough baking time. It wasn’t so I added baking time in 1 minute increments until I felt the center for doneness with my finger. In my oven it was 15 minutes but I probably could have taken it out at the 14 minute mark. Every microwaveable recipe is doable in the oven ,

    • Some people have used Coconut Flour instead and they turn our yummy too. Just keep in mind that coconut flour absorbs more moisture than almond flour, and you use less coconut flour as substitution when swapping them. Be mindful of that or else they may turn out really hard.

    • Actually, you can use sunflower seed flour to replace almond flour (@ 1:1 ratio) for most things. Just buy some unsalted partially defatted sunflower seeds (not roasted), put in a seed grinder, and then run through sifter (to get out chunks). It usually puffs up a bit more too, making for lighter cakes and breads.

      It’ll cost you one net carb per 1/4 cup (about 28 grams), but the price is also a lot cheaper. Sunflower seed is something like $2 a pound instead of $6 or $7 a pound for blanch almonds.

  • I don’t cook anything in the microwave, we do t even own one. What conversion can you offer for the bread portion of the recipe?

    • 375° For 13-15 minutes depending on your oven. I made mine in a 7×10 glass pyrex dish and they turned out perfect

  • What is Keto? I’ve seen different ones saying they are following the Keto diet but what is it? Where did it originate and what type of medical proof do you have that it is a healthy diet to follow ? Just curious. Thank you, Anna

    • A diet that is very high in Fat and Protein, and extremely Low in Sugar (Not all Carbohydrates are bad, because Dietary Fiber is good). The process of eating this way requires a strict adherence to it for the most part although I will say some of our recipes are just downright delicious and you wouldn’t need to be eating a Keto diet to enjoy them at all. Nothing here tastes like Rice Cakes and Tab Cola.

      We will get some more general information up on the site in the near future, though we are not doctors. We were personally prescribed this diet as a way of life by our own doctor to improve our health, and along our journey we took our love of food and cooking and decided to provide our daily lifestyle as a resource and inspiration for others who are looking for variety too. 🙂

  • These look and sound so yummy, I have to try them. We ditched our microwave a couple years ago. Can you tell me how to accomplish step 5 without a microwave? Thank you.

  • Microwaving doesn’t just kill the enzymes. It changes the molecular structure of food. Studies show eating food or water from a microwave increases the chances of cancer. Research it like you did what kind of food to eat. I kicked the microwave out of my kitchen years ago and we have successfully learned to cook again. Thank you for the good recipes.

  • I made this pretty much exactly except I didn’t have maple extract so I used latanko’s maple flavored syrup instead. It was delicious! I even stored some in the fridge and warmed it up a couple days later and offered some to my boyfriend who isn’t keto and he tried to steal the rest for himself. It’s that good. He said he wouldn’t have been able to tell the difference if I hadn’t told him it wasn’t actual bread. Thanks so much for this recipe, it’s a keeper!

  • How is the finished product only 1 net carb when 1/3 cup almond flour has 3 net carbs and you use 3/4 cup almond flour. Is it 1 net carb for every 3 sticks?

  • 1 tablespoon (tbs) of maple flavoring or 1 teaspoon (tsp) of maple flavor, the video looks like 1 tsp but recipe says 1 tbs….please advise, thanks.

  • I’d love to pin this but pinterest blocked me from doing so because they think it leads to spam. Otherwise I will bookmark this and print it so I can try this. I saw your video on FB and it looks amazing!! Is it possible to use Coconut flour and if so how much since it’s so much more absorbent than almond flour.

  • Pinterest is blocking your site so I am not able to pin your recipes. I followed your board and I can’t save from there or open your links. I thought you should know because I am very appreciative of your recipes. Thank you!

  • I don’t know if I could hold ,shelf to just three. At 360 calories that’s almost 1/3 of my caloric quota for the day.

  • I think that everything posted was actually very reasonable.
    But, consider this, suppose you added a little content?
    I am not saying your information is not solid., however what if you added a
    headline to maybe grab people’s attention? I mean Keto French Toast Sticks Recipe | Keto Daily is a
    little boring. You should glance at Yahoo’s home page and see how they write article titles to grab viewers to click.
    You might add a video or a pic or two to get people interested about everything’ve got to say.
    Just my opinion, it would bring your posts a little bit more interesting.

    • My favorite thing about them is their lack of all that fluff. I get so tired of going to blogs and dealing with all that extra stuff before I get to the actual recipe. I don’t care about the 20 things that led someone to create a recipe, or whether or not they tried 10 variations before this one, and all that other nonsense people write paragraph after paragraph about. I just want the recipe. So, in my opinion, kudos for having a simpler platform.

      • LOL, I write some stuff beforehand so that you can get to know me (or at least my eating styles, and so Google can index me properly). Maybe someday I will give the Barbara Walters inter view for the full details.

  • The person that is trying to get you to change your format is trying is drum up business, maybe . I,myself, like it the way it is !! And I agree with Paula !!!

  • How would I use coconut flour to make these? My fiance has chrons and nuts irritate it, so I’m trying to move him to a keto diet but obviously still learning ratios because I know the flours are different at absorbing liquid…

    • I posted a similar response earlier (above), but I didn’t know if you’d see that. So here it is again…

      Actually, you can use sunflower seed flour (it’s a seed, not a nut) to replace almond flour (@ 1:1 ratio) for most things. Just buy some unsalted partially defatted sunflower seeds (not roasted), put in a seed grinder, and then run through a sifter (to get out chunks). It usually puffs up a bit more too, making for lighter cakes and breads.

      It’ll cost you one net carb per 1/4 cup (about 28 grams), but the price is also a lot cheaper than both almond and even coconut flour. Sunflower seed is something like $2 a pound instead of $6 or $7 a pound for blanch almonds.

  • I am new to Keto and very confused about servings and what not. It says 4 servings per container?? What is the container? Also, how many sticks would 1 serving be? Would it be 1 stick? or is 1 serving 3 sticks?

  • what is confusing is the nutritional information for four servings and the serving size is 3 three slices but you say to cut it in 9 slices. What is the serving size that we cook in the rectangle microwave dishes for, is it for 3 or 4 servings?

    • I was wondering the same thing. In order to have 4 servings of 3 sticks each, that would require cutting it into 12 slices.

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