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Citizen Cope and Stuffed French Toast

Posted by Joel Marion

When I find out about something cool or experience something great−be it a new CD, a great movie, good food, or the many other great things life has to offer−I want to share it with all my closest friends.

So, two things to share with YOU today (you know I consider you one of my closest friends, right? ;):

1.  Citizen Cope’s new album, The Rainwater, just dropped today.  Probably the best band you never heard of.  Preview it on iTunes.  Grab it at Best Buy.  Trust me, you’ll enjoy it.  My favorite song on the new album is “Lifeline”.

Second, I had the opportunity to cook up one of my favorite healthy breakfasts this morning, and while enjoying it thought who better to share the recipe with than you, my beloved subscriber.

The recipe is for Stuffed French Toast, and while that may not sound too healthy, I got the recipe from my colleague and good friend John Berardi−an absolute GENIUS when it comes to making healthy food taste great.

Check it out below and give it a try the next time you’re in the mood for super-charged, great-tasting healthy breakfast!

Stuffed French Toast

4 oz nonfat cottage cheese
1 scoop (20 grams protein) Vanilla Whey Protein
1 tbsp raisins
1/2 cup egg whites (approximately 4 eggs)
1 tsp cinnamon
2 tbsp skim milk
1/2 cup raw oats
2 large slices of 12-grain or 100% whole wheat bread
1 tbsp raspberries, strawberries, or blueberries for garnish
1 tsp of Splenda

Blend the cottage cheese in a blender until smooth. Remove to a medium bowl and add mix in the protein powder and raisins. Set aside.

In another bowl, mix the egg whites with the cinnamon and milk. Set aside.

Place the oats on a flat plate.

Preheat skillet on medium-high heat.

Fold each slice of bread to create a “pocket”. Fill each pocket equally with the cottage cheese mixture. Take the bread and dip each side into the egg mixture. Then, coat both sides with the oats. When ready, cook both sides until golden brown, approximately 3 minutes each side. Garnish with berries and serve.

Makes 2 Servings

Alright, comment time.

Did you enjoy this post?  Will you give the recipe a try?

Are you familiar with Citizen Cope?  How awesome is he?

And lastly, if you have a fun recipe and/or an “undiscovered” band that rocks out, share it with us all below!

At least 100 comments and I’ll be back with 3 more recipes later in the week!



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