Ginger and Molasses French Toasts


Ginger and Molasses is a flavor that becomes famous during Christmas season because Starbucks make their Ginger coffee, many bakeries make their ginger ansd molasses cookies or pastries. Ginger is more useful during Christmas season because one of the properties of ginger is that it warms up the body by stimulating the matabolism and raising the body temperature.

I love the sweet and unique flavor that the recipes with ginger and molasses take. The Ginger and Molasses Pancakes are also very delicious and the crepe and oatmeal as well.


Ingredients:                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            yield: 1 person

1.5 multigrain bread slices         2tsp molasses        ginger water    ginger zest to taste      2 egg whites     a pinch of nutmeg and cinnamon

Toppings:    50g chopped apple         1T almonds      a drizzle of molasses


Procedure:                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Cut the bread into halves and pinch them with a fork in order for them to absorb the mixture easily. In a bowl, mix the eggs with the molasses, ginger zest, ginger water and spices until fluffy.


Soak the breads in the mixture and meanwhile turn on a pan on medium heat and spray coconut oil. Once the breads are fully wet, tranfer them to the pan and cook them durin 1.5mins approximately, until the bottom part looks firm.


Then, flip the french toast and cook for 45secs more.


Once cooked, transfer them into the serving dish. Add the almonds, chopped apple and the molasses.


Nutritional facts: 4.25g fat      46g carbohydrates      15.5g protein


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