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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.

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kwflores100_8719070 October 11, 2012

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!!

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lowcarbmama July 26, 2012

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!

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hboz December 29, 2009

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.

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L DJ November 15, 2008

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!

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LUVMY2BOYS October 20, 2008

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.

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Christine S. September 13, 2008

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.

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Kathy in Fla January 29, 2006
Low Carb Fake French Toast