What Nutritionists Eat for Breakfast
It's not all green smoothies. (Hooray for pancakes and French toast!)
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A Classic Breakfast Food with a Lunchtime Twist
Stuffed French toast may sound fancy or fussy, but nutritionists Stephanie Clarke and Willow Jarosh, of C&J Nutrition
, swear it's a snap. They both make it regularly, since it fits the bill as a tasty, high-fiber and protein-rich meal. First, they prepare an almond-butter-and-pear sandwich; then, they plunge it into a mixture of milk, egg, vanilla extract and lemon zest. The final step is to sauté the soaked sandwich until it's golden and crispy on both sides.
Get the recipe: Pear-Almond Butter Stuffed French Toast Recipe