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Simple Low Carb French Toast

Over the last 2 years, I’ve adapted the F-Factor way of eating. Although I’m living a high fiber lower carb lifestyle, I’m never giving up bread. My whole goal is to enjoy the foods I love but make them healthier. I found Fiber Gourmet and discovered I can make a simple low carb french toast.

Fiber Gourmet Light Medium Challah
Challah dipped in french toast mix.

I researched Fiber Gourmet for months. I like to leave no stone unturned before I invest in a product. I’d been tracking their pasta for a while and saw they had bread. My order included Light Medium Challah, Light Challah Rolls, Everything Flatbread, Honey Mustard Flatbread, Linguine, and Rotini. I immediately reached for the challahs and really loved both, the challah bread and rolls. I’ve spent several mornings cutting the rolls in half, browning them in the skillet with butter, and pouring Choc Zero‘s maple syrup over them. Completely delicious.

I took the Light Medium Challah out the freezer this weekend and made the most simple low carb french toast. I topped it with berries and Choc Zero Maple Syrup. The simple recipe is below. I love how fresh and delicious this bread was even after unthawing it. This bread is packed with 9g of fiber and has only 7 net carbs per 1 oz serving. Choc Zero maple syrup is sugar-free, has 14 g of fiber, and 1 net carb per tablespoon. Add berries, and you’ve just started your morning with over 20g of fiber and delicious flavor.


Simple Low Carb French Toast Featuring Fiber Gourmet Challah

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This recipe is a low carb french toast that utilizes Fiber Gourmets low carb challah. There is 

  • Author: Chic In Chocolate – Fenique
  • Prep Time: 8
  • Cook Time: 12
  • Total Time: 20
  • Yield: 4 servings 1x
  • Category: Breakfast
  • Cuisine: French



(1) Light Medium Challah 

4 eggs 

1/2 tsp cinnamon 

1/4 tsp nutmeg 

2 tbsp butter 

Assortment of Berries (optional) 


1. Cut challah in your desired thickness. 

2. Heat pan. 

3. Mix eggs, nutmeg, and cinnamon together in a wide bowl. Make sure the bowl is wide enough to dip bread in. 

4. Saturate both sides of each slice of challah in the egg mixture. 

5. Coat a large skillet with butter.

6. Once butter is melted place coated challah slices into the pan. Make sure this is on a medium heat. 

7. After about 2-5 minutes [dependant on heat] flip and brown the other side. 

8. Top with your preferred toppings and eat your heart out!  


  • You can add berries, nuts, or any toppings to this. 
  • Be sure to drink a lot of water to offset gas that fiber can cause. 

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