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Muilti-grain French Toast

Updated on April 16, 2016

Not made with multi-grain bread

When you think of multi-grain French toast you might just think French toast made with multi-grain bread. This recipe will show you how to grain your bread from within your eggs. This is an original French toast recipe and is great for those who dislike or can't have wheat in their diet. If this applies to you then ignore the buck wheat in the recipe.

Here's what you'll need:

3 grams of Amaranth grain grinded

3 egg whites

Half of cup of oatmeal or for better taste use instant oatmeal fruit packs ( I used blueberries & cream in my picture)

1/2 cup of egg substitute

1 gram of coconut shavings

1 tsp of ground cinnamon

3 grams of pearl barley

1 gram of Chia seeds grinded

2 tablespoons of buckwheat flour

1 tsp of vanilla extract

6 slices of white Texas thick bread slices


1. You want to whisk every ingredient in a bowl well mixed.

2. Grease you pan with butter or margarine for best taste. As an alternative you can use spray oil.

3. Dip your bread slices one by one on both sides until fully covered and place in pan.

4. Cook for 1 minute on each side

My multi-grain French toast is best served with sprinkled with confectionery sugar on top served with blueberries. For the oatmeal you can get creative by using those variety instant oatmeal packs you find in your grocer. My favorite is strawberries & cream but peaches & cream are just as great. For a strong maple taste I prefer maple flavored oatmeal. Some of these grains are quite hard to find like the amaranth but if you have a Whole Foods in your neighborhood then they have every grain possible and you can add more grains to your egg mixture for maximum grained French toast.


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    • lasker profile image

      lasker 6 years ago from Dhaka

      Whenever I find any writing about any new recipe, I just stick to it. Same happened to me while reading your hub.

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      Felix J Hernandez 6 years ago from All over the USA

      Greetings Cookinmom11, TY for visiting my Hub on French Toast. Your name alone tells me that you might know more then me on this one. I will address your concerns and show people who can't have wheat how to use amaranth or another qualified grains to make this recipe. I am currently working almost simultaneously on two other Hubs and when I'm done I will ask for your approval if you don't mind. You inquiry has spark a learning lesson for me, TY.

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      Cookinmom11 6 years ago from Saint George, Georgia

      I'm a little bit confused. You said this is good for those who can't have wheat in their diet, yet the base is Texas Toast, made with white wheat flour. ? Those who can't have wheat need to skip it altogether. No offense, just saying. :)