Low Carb French Toast Sticks

One of my favorite breakfasts is French toast. I love the crispy texture and the sweet and salty combination. I am constantly looking for an easy low carb breakfast recipe to satisfy my craving. So I was very excited when I found these French Toaster sticks . They have the same texture and taste of French Toast but are low carb and sugar free.

I’ve been on a low carb diet for the past two weeks and I thought it might be something that I wanted to share with you all. I’ve actually tried many other low carb diets and recipes (keto, Atkins, South Beach, even the caveman diet) and decided to try a low carb diet for my own personal reasons. Since I’ve been on low carb I’ve lost around 20 pounds and I’m still not done yet. I’m still trying to lose weight but I’m also trying to stick to a healthier diet all around.

My wife’s been doing low carb for a while, and we both love it. One of the best parts of low carb is the food you can eat, because you can make a ton of food that’s so good and not miss the carbs. One of my wife’s favorite low carb foods, French toast sticks, are a regular at the table.. Read more about low carb french toast recipe and let us know what you think.

The Keto Way to Make French Toast

Okay, so this dish is a little bit of a cheat since it uses our trademark keto bread recipe. Check it out if you haven’t done so before! It’s very easy to make and always turns out beautifully. If you’re having difficulty giving up all of your old favorites, conquering keto bread may really help you stick to the keto diet. We’re going to transform this bread into low-carb french toast sticks on a wonderful trip! low carb french toast close up

French Toast with Low Carbs

We’ll create this low carb french toast in the same manner we’d make regular french toast, with the exception that we’ll be using low carb bread. This recipe may also be used to make regular french toast, but I like to use french toast sticks since they have a larger surface area and therefore absorb more flavor. low carb french toast bread sliced

The mixture we’ll use to cover the bread is also highly adaptable to the tastes you want to achieve. I like maple cinnamon french toast a lot, so that’s what I make here. Scale up this recipe to create enough batter for 8-10 big french toast sticks with 1 egg. Combine 1 egg, 1 tablespoon cream, and any other flavors you want. I use 1/4 teaspoon vanilla extract and 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon. You’ll also want to add a liquid sweetener to the batter mixture if you have one. If you’re going to use a powdered sweetener, do so towards the end. When I cook for myself, I generally don’t use sweeteners, but they certainly benefit from a little sweetness.

Plating and Frying

Once the low carb french toast sticks have been covered in batter, you have a few choices. Allow 5 minutes for the batter to penetrate to the center and make the bread a little soggier/moister. As a consequence, the final product will have a softer core. I like to toss my in the pan as soon as I finish coating them. Ghee will be used to fry them, however coconut oil may also be used. Cook for 2 minutes each side for an 8-minute total cook time, or until golden brown. Cinnamon maple low carb french toast sticks.

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Sticks of Low-Carb French Toast

French toast sticks scented with cinnamon and vanilla and baked using our renowned Keto Bread.

20-minute total time

Servings 1 portion (8 French Toast Sticks)

437 calories per serving

Time to prepare: 5 minutes

15 minutes to prepare


  • Start with making a loaf of Our Favorite Keto Bread if you haven’t previously.

  • Cut two big pieces of bread into four french toast sticks apiece.

  • Combine the egg, heavy cream, cinnamon, vanilla, and any sweetener in a mixing bowl.

  • In a nonstick pan, melt 1 tablespoon of ghee over medium heat.

  • Dip the bread sticks in the liquid mixture and then put them in the heated skillet. (If you want softer french toast sticks, soak the bread in the batter for 5 minutes before frying it.)

  • Dust with cinnamon and serve with butter and sugar-free syrup. Enjoy!


8 French Toast Sticks equals 1 serving. The nutrition information is for one serving, which is equivalent to all eight French Toast Sticks. 2.5g net carbs

Nutritional Information

Sticks of Low-Carb French Toast

Per Serving Amount

437 calories 378 calories from fat

daily value in percent*

65 percent fat 42g

4.5g2 percent carbohydrate

2g8 percent fiber

14 g (28%) protein

* Percent Daily Values (%DV) are calculated using a 2000-calorie diet.



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Whether you are looking for a delicious low carb snack or a clever way to enjoy a breakfast favorite, these French Toast Sticks are the perfect choice.. Read more about keto french toast loaf and let us know what you think.

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