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A delicious way to start off your day!

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French Toast
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my favorite homemade french toast Share Tags: breakfast This French Toast recipe is hands down the best one I have ever made. It's pretty darn superhero, meaning you could have it once a week and still maintain full superhero status. If you aren't trying to lose weight, you could have it twice a week, and if you are a flirt, have it every other day if you want!!! It's sooooo good

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Carbs: 36.6g | Fat: 25.5g | Fiber: 6.8g | Protein: 35.2g | Calories: 347.3
Cinnamon Walnut Fig Waffles
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This is a substantial waffle. A waffle’s waffle, if you will. Kind of homey and wholesome, what with the whole wheat, walnuts, and a touch of olive oil. Leave the figs and walnuts in larger rustic pieces for hearty bites. They’re perfect for brunch, of course, but they’re also great to slice and toast and cut into triangles to eat on the go. The bursts of figgy sweetness mean you don’t even necessarily need maple syrup. An added bonus is that they smell like a Cinnabon while cooking!

If your figs are old and dry and have seen better days, use hot water to plump them up. You can do it one of two ways – boil some water and pour the hot water over the figs (in a bowl of course) and let them sit for about 10 minutes. Or, a quickie method is to cover the figs in water and microwave for about 45 seconds. I call that the “Instaplump™” method.

And as always, waffles freeze great! Wrap in plastic and freeze for up to 3 months. Just toast when ready to eat.

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Carbs: 48.1g | Fat: 17.5g | Fiber: 8.2g | Protein: 7.9g | Calories: 357.8
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