My goal with Weight Watchers is to reach my ideal weight, keep it for six weeks, and achieve lifetime membership. When you have lifetime membership with Weight Watchers, you get to be a member for free, for life!
I know that I want to lose weight, but I also know that I want to maintain it. And that’s the hard part, am I right? Maintenance for lifetime membership means staying within 2 pounds of your healthy weight range, determined by your BMI. For me that is 130 pounds, which is a weight I haven’t been since high school. But for the first time, in a long time, I finally feel like I can do it!
This is going to be hard, and I know it. But I’m ready for it. I’m at the point in my life where I’m ready to commit to myself and a healthy lifestyle!
Over the weekend I made French toast, and if I’m being honest with you, I can’t remember the last time I made it. I’ve never really been a big fan. But now that I’m on Weight Watchers, I’m trying new things and all I want to do is to eat as many delicious things for as few points as I can.
Here’s the recipe, it’s insanely easy, and only requires one bowl!
- In a medium bowl, mix all ingredients (not the bread), until well blended
- Dip each piece of bread into egg mixture, and flip, until both sides are well soaked
- Add the bread to an oiled pan and cook until lightly brown on each side
- Serve with fruit, maple syrup, or any other delicious thing, and devour!
I had this French toast with fruit salad including mango, strawberries, blueberries, and bananas.
Other Weight Watchers Breakfast
Is there anything better than breakfast? So far, my breakfast game has been on point. Aside from the French toast, this was one of my favorites, it had baked eggs, roasted asparagus, tomatoes and mushrooms, with a homemade everything bagel.
I’m saving the bagel recipe for another post, but big spoiler it’s only got two ingredients and they’re self-rising flour and plain Greek yogurt. I ate another again here for only four points:
Also, I looked up if French toast is actually French, and it was an interesting read.
What’s your take on French toast? Love it or leave it?