Tips to Make your French Toast Healthier

Tips to Make your French Toast Healthier

All of us love our French toast. Be it dunked in the various syrups or fried crisp on the griddle. It can be a great way to sneak in eggs to the diet of a kid who refuses to eat them.

Here are some tips to make this much loved breakfast dish healthier:

  • Replace sugar with honey.
  • Sprinkle on nuts and other healthy toppings like crunchy toasted coconut, ffigs etc
  • Drizzle on some probiotic like hung curd.
  • Top your pancakes with caramelized fruit.
  • Try baking the bread instead of frying it on a pan.
  • You can avoid sugar completely in French toast by making the savory version by adding salt, oregano and chili flakes to the eggs. You get your English breakfast with an Italian twist.
  • Try making stuffed French toast. It’s almost like eating a sandwich.
  • Use whole wheat or multi grain bread instead of white bread.
  • Use only egg whites, as yellow is high in cholesterol.

Pancakes are something that everyone must know how to cook. They are healthy and can be eaten at any time of the day.It also happens to be the ideal way to get rid of your stale bread loaves.So get out your pan and start cooking French toast the healthy way and it’s definitely going to become a favorite option for your family for any meal.


  1. The next obvious interpretation is to throwaway hidden variables, and take the maths of quantum mechanics more closely at it’s word – the world does not actually contain within it all the properties of objects. Information about particles (e.g. their spin) is not just unknowable, but doesn’t *exist* within the universe. Instead, on the small scale you have wavefunctions for quantum states that dictate only the *probabilities* of those properties, where the wavefunction “collapses” and chooses an outcome randomly only when it is measured. Nothing fancy under the hood. This way of looking at things is called the **Copenhagen interpretation**, and is basically the stock standard orthodox approach to QM, being far and away the most popular interpretation of QM among physicists, and how quantum mechanics is taught in universities by default. It is, however, not deterministic! The information in this world is only probabilistic, even the world itself can’t know what will happen next.

  2. Given the nature of the experiment i described, the most obvious way to believe in a deterministic world would just be to give up locality (i.e. that things are only directly influenced by their immediate surroundings), and believe that these particles have hidden variables in them that predetermine their spin. The most popular version of this is pilot wave theory (De Broglie–Bohm theory), where the wavefunction is actually real and exists in real life, and guides the particle in it’s motion. Veritasium did a very very good video on this (definitely worth watching if you have any interest in anything here tbh) This theory is deterministic which might sound great, but very few physicists believe this theory, it’s consequences seem too hard for many to accept and it seems every year there’s more and more local hidden variable theories proven to be physically impossible. Do note that it may actually possible to rectify this theory with special relativity in an clever way, but this to my knowledge is not a dominant view. BUT, in the last couple years (like, 2017 2018) trying to make this class of theories play nice with relativity is getting some research attention.

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