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I just made this. Instead of topping with sour cream, I topped with chopped toasted pecans. It was delicious. (I will omit nutmeg next time.) It really does taste like French Toast.
I have to admit I'm a skeptic when it comes to LC mock dishes. I have yet to try any that have wowed me, until now! I though "realistically, how can ricotta cheese even resemble french toast?" but it totally does!! I cooked mine in a frying pan with a bit of oil and made them the size of silver dollar pancakes. They were so good i made a second batch! MMMMMM! with butter and SF syrup, i couldn't tell the difference!!
This was really good!! I used egg beaters and fat free cottage cheese and it was good and actually was very similar to french toast. Thanks for posting!
This was yummy, don't think I'll go back to regular french toast again. Had it with some spicy chunky apple sauce. Thanks for sharing.
This is a great recipe! Easy to make & so healthy, too. I used fat free cottage cheese, Eggbeaters, one Splenda packet, 1/2 tsp cinnamon (gave it a wonderful brown color) & 1/8 tsp vanilla. I topped it w/ some natural peanut butter, bananas & sugar free syrup. I used a crepe pan, which made cooking & flipping much easier, and it really did taste like french toast. I actually made two "slices" for myself for dinner & I am quite satisfied! Thank you for sharing this!
Holy smokes, this turned out so well! Way more French-toast-y than I was expecting! I got mine to flip and end up square (adding to the toast illusion). I poured the mixture into the pan and it was a massive oval. As it slowly started to cook, I nudged the edges in towards the middle. As the bottom firmed up, I gently folded up the edges of the oval to make four straight edges. Once it firmed up even more I was able to flip it. It puffed up nicely! As with another reviewer, I too had it with syrup instead of the recommended sour cream topping.
Very interesting recipe. I did not use the sour cream as a topping. Used sugar free syrup instead. Not your average french toast but will do when you are craving something sweet for breakfast! Thanks for posting.