1/4 cup egg whites
1/2 tablespoon molasses
Cinnamon, ginger, cloves, nutmeg to taste
1 tablespoon fake butter (brummel and brown, as always!)
1 teaspoon or so orange zest
1. Mix fake butter and orange zest thoroughly the night before, pop in the fridge.
2. Morning of: Mix egg whites, molasses, and spices to taste. Mix well--the molasses is much thicker than the egg whites and needs to be convinced to mix into them thoroughly.
3. Dip 2 slices of bread in the egg wash, cook on stove top until delicious and brown.
4. Put on plate, add 1/2 tablespoon of take butter to each bread slice, sprinkle lightly with dark brown sugar.
For 2 slices + butter and some sugar, this is around 250-275 calories (depends on how much sugar and butter you put on -- the 2 slices with no topping are 200 calories). Of course, for VERY hungry people about to take their LSATs and otherwise, the recipe is easily doubled. Not only is this ridiculously easy to make, it is probably one of my best breakfast experiments yet -- sweet, filling, and just incredibly delicious. If that wasn't enough, it's completely off the charts for "comfort" thanks to the holiday "twist". Yum!!