Friday, October 25, 2019

SF Apple French Toast to go with PJs and Hangers - FF October 2019

I've been having some dental issues the last two weeks, good land it's been going on for two weeks,
whine whine whine, but honestly, dental pain is some of the worst. Right after kidney stones,
which I had last year this time. I'm beginning to not like October at all.
Just a few days before breaking my tooth I had purchased a big bag of lovely apples. My intention was to snack on them each day for a week. Apples help you eat less, you fill up with natural fiber, it has helped me when I've hit a plateau before. Anyway...
My tooth broke, insert pain emoji!!
I didn't want them to go back so I decided to cook some of them. Then I thought oooh wouldn't they be delicious over French Toast.
Now I did this on Sunday.
Jump to Monday and Karen posted a lovely Apple Pie Breakfast Casserole. Different but similar enough until I was going to move this recipe to next week so it wasn't so close to hers. BUT being the gracious person that she is when I mentioned it she said no go ahead and post it. So here it is.
THANK YOU Karen. She's a doll. You should stop over there, her link is at the bottom, go to Monday's post to see her recipe AND read the newest story we are working on! It's awesome. I say we, but there are a bunch of we's. Our blogging group each takes turns a writing a paragraph or section of a story. No one knows where it is going until they get it for their turn to add to. It's fun, challenging and the stories always turn out really well.
So back to my French Toast...
So I cooked the apples, and placed them over French toast and a drizzle of sugar free syrup. Had to keep it within my points for WW. OMGosh soooo good.
Then I used the rest of the apples to go over some overnight apple cinnamon oats. Oh man! Another winner.
3 good sized apples diced
place into a non stick skillet with cinnamon sprinkled all over
a dab of water
Place a lid on top and allow them to steam/saute
Remove the lid and cook down some.
I did use 2 packages of Monk fruit to add a little sweetness but really didn't 
need it.
The french toast is made from Sara Lee 45 calorie Multigrain bread, dipped in
egg and water, no milk or cream like I would normally do, cutting fat and calories.
Cooked in a non stick pan with just a lite spray of oil, again to keep the fat, calories and points down.
Serve with sugar free syrup

Today’s Funny Friday, a regular feature published on the last Friday
of every month. Funny Friday is a collaborative project. Each month one of the
participants submits a picture, then we all write 5 captions or thoughts inspired by
that month’s picture.
Links to the other bloggers’ posts are below, click on them and see
what they’ve come up with. Pop a squat, grab a chair and a cuppa. ENJOY!
Here’s today’s picture. It was submitted by Karen of Baking In A Tornado.
1. Cock a doodle do... yeah I'll leave that one alone.
Sriracha...hot stuff...I'll leave that one too. LOL

2. I have to ask, who hangs their pj bottoms up? Def. not a teenage or
college age boy.

3. "MOM! WHY did you hang up my pj bottoms?!?!"

4. "Oh honey, this way they won't wrinkle and you can see them all since
you have a dozen pair."

5. "they work perfectly fine where they were." "OH you mean on the floor or
crammed in the drawer"

IF I had hung up any of my boys pants, this is the argument we would have had.

Click on the links below and let some other bloggers make you smile:
Karen: Baking In A Tornado             https://www.BakingInATornado.com 
Michelle: Follow Me Home                https://followmehome.shellybean.com

2 comments:

  1. You had me at "cock a doodle do", LOL.
    And oh, that Apple French Toast looks delish, my casserole is for later and your recipe is for now!

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  2. Man, warm apples ALWAYS sound delicious! Sorry about your dental issues. Hopefully November will be a "sweeter" month for you. Love your captions. I would Never hang up jammies; and yes, my teens always had theirs in a ball on the floor. Have a great weekend, Dawn!

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