It’s all Keto French toast to me (or maybe Greek?)
Keto French toast is an extremely popular breakfast choice for many people who like to alternate the standard recipes and make them ketonised. Now that you’ve learned how to make the tastiest and healthiest eggless bread in the galaxy, it’s time to learn how to make the insanely great version of French (Greek) toast with it. As I said, my Keto bread does not contain eggs, but it loves them in all sorts of toppings or coatings. I know that french toast is the most popular version known to earthlings, but I wanted to offer the recipe for Greek Avgofetes with a twist to it. Usually, French toast is served with fruits and syrups. This way it immediately becomes a dessert. Do we want another dessert for breakfast? After so many recipes, I guess it’s time for a good savoury keto breakfast.
Savoury and salty surprise
In this version of greek Avgofetes, I will mix some good free-range eggs with world-famous Greek Feta cheese. Yes, you’ve read correctly. Feta will be blended in our coating and this way the bread will taste better than you ever expected. In the original version, greek avgofetes are fried in olive oil, I will make a slight alternation here. because our Keto bread already contains butter and olive oil, we’ll bake it dry, on a non-stick frying pan or grill pan. Ready? Let’s get to work!
Keto Avgofetes with Feta cheese
- 1 slice Eggless Keto bread See the recipe in the previous article
- 1 egg yolk free-range
- 30 g feta cheese Goat or Sheep
- Place the egg yolk and feta cheese in a food processor.
- Pulse until it gets creamy and smooth.
- Dip the Keto bread in egg-feta mixture, turning to coat both sides evenly
- preheat the non-stick pan and bake it from both sides
- Serve warm.
- You can use a whole egg, but then you'll have enough coating for up to 4 slices of bread.
- Make sure your non-stick pan is preheated to avoid sticking
- Don't use cow's milk feta because it's higher in carbs