(Closed) What is considered one slice of french toast?

posted 5 years ago in Fitness
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Bumble bee

I would think one slice of french toast = one slice of bread?

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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2015 - Walnut Hill Bed & Breakfast

I would say 1 slice of bread = 1 slice of french toast. 

Did you make the french toast at home? Or did you get it at a restaurant?

If you’re making it at home, it’s easy to figure out.  Just add up the calories of all your ingredients and divide it by how many slices you made (4 slices of bread + 1 egg + 1T of milk… etc). It can vary a lot based on what bread you use and what type of milk…  

I would a say 1 slice of basic french toast (basic white bread, egg, and 2% milk) would be about 150 calories. Then add in any toppings.

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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2015 - Walnut Hill Bed & Breakfast

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Kandykane:  homemade bread can make it a little more tricky if you don’t have the recipe on hand to check. I would guess more like 200 cals per slice then if you used homemade bread as homemade loaves of bread tends to be bigger and more dense than your typical fluffy store bought white bread.

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