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Liva Cinnamon Sugar French Toast

July 29, 2022 Report

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Next product to share is such a good one ☝🏻 We are making cinnamon sugar french toast with the @livafoods raw date sugar and Liva date syrup. I can’t get enough of these two products! 

The Liva date syrup is one of their newest products they have released, and it’s amazing! It’s exclusively made of dates and water. Contains no additives or preservatives! Is GMO free, gluten free and USDA approved. It’s consistency is similar to molasses, but so much better!✨

The Liva date sugar is a solar dried whole fruit sugar that gets grinded into a dissolvable powder. This one is also free of preservatives and additives, GMO free and gluten free. Have used this for a few months in a lot of my baking recipes, especially cookies. 

It’s such a fun way to change up your regular sugar, and eat something that’s a lot more healthy for you. 

The recipe for the French toast is:

2 eggs

Any type of bread that you like, we used gluten free 🫶🏻

1 cup of Liva raw date sugar

2 tablespoons of cinnamon 

Sprinkle of Liva date syrup to finish

Directions:Mix eggs and place the bread inside the egg mixture.Place on frying pan and cook for 3-4 minutes a side.While that’s cooking, mix the cinnamon and raw date sugar together.Grab the cooked French toast and toss in the cinnamon mixture.Place on plate, and top with the Liva date syrup. 

Super easy, and kids really do love it!

Highly recommend trying this out as a sugar substitute and having fun with your next breakfast.


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