Mint French Toasts


Woul you believe me these are mint french toasts? Naaaah! And woul you trust me if I tell you they tasted amazing!? I hope so! Mint is a so refreshing flavor and you can add it to any recipe you want to using mint essence, mint leaves or tea. In this recipe I used mint essence that I bught on Marshalls at $3.99. I topped the french toasts with papaya, almonds and dark chocolate chips. Then, drizzle a mint syrup.


Ingredients:                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              yield: 1 person

1.5bread slices      1/2tsp mint essence     2egg whites      1/3 cup ginger water

Mint Syrup: 1/2tsp ginger water      1tsp honey    1-2drops mint essence

Toppings: 100g papaya      1T almonds     1T dark chocolate chips


Procedure:                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               In a bowl froth the eggs with the ginger water and mint essence. Then, cut the bread into halve and make pinch them carefully with a fork. Now, turn on a pan and spray coconut oil. Soak the breads in the mixture until all coated and transfer them to the hot pan. Cook until breads are fluffy and firm in the bottom part. Then, flip and cook for 45secs or 1min. Transfer the cooked french toasts into the serving dish and add the toppings.

While the french toasts are cooking prepare the syrup by mixing all the ingredients in a small recipient and pour it all over the hot and aromatic mint french toasts.


Nutritional facts: 6.33g fat      55.25g carbohydrates      17.5g protein


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