Dan Churchill

Overnight Baked French Toast

Dan Churchill
PREP 20 MIN
COOK  20 MIN

Overnight oats are a classic, but have you tried waking up to Dan's French toast? Let it soak up the deliciousness overnight or while you prep your toppings in the morning – then it's a quick 20-minute bake and your epic weekend brunch is served!

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Number of servings
2
Ingredients

1 large egg

12 cup (125ml) milk, reduced fat (or dairy-free alternative)

13 cup (40g) vanilla protein powder (or natural protein powder)

12 tsp ground cinnamon

pinch of salt

2 thin slices (40g ea) sourdough bread (or gluten free)

2 tbs Greek yogurt (or dairy-free alternative)

1 cup (160g) fresh mixed berries or frozen

1 tbs maple syrup (honey or rice malt syrup)

Methodbased on 2 servings
1

Whisk together egg, milk, half the protein powder, cinnamon and salt in a rectangular baking dish. 

2

Add bread and tilt the dish to pour egg mixture evenly over the bread slices, and then turn a few times to coat.

3

Chill for 20 minutes or refrigerate overnight. 

4

Preheat oven to to 200°C/fan-forced 180°C/gas 6.

5

Bake for 20 minutes or until golden. 

6

At the same time, blend remaining protein powder and yogurt together to a smooth paste. (You may need to add a little water if mixture is too thick.)

7

Divide French toast between plates and serve with protein yogurt, berries and a drizzle of maple syrup.

Nutritional Informationper serving

Energy (kJ)

1360 kJ / 325 cals

Protein

25.6 g

Fat

7.2 g

Sat. Fat

3 g

Carbs

36.6 g

Sugar

16 g

Fiber

5.5 g

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