Cannoli-Stuffed French Toast Nuggets

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  • on May 19, 2013

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    Wow, totally yummy, love that it is a serving for one, easy to make after an hour bike ride. I'll try it. Again, only I'll flatten the bun first next time.

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  • on June 28, 2012

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    Very delicious recipe and easy to make. It is so tasty, that you won't believe you're eating low cal food.

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  • on December 27, 2011

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    As always, HG has done it again! This is the second time I've made these. Easy to make and they are sooo tasty we didn't use syrup or powdered sugar.

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  • on September 13, 2011

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    This is simple, fun, and creative. I made some this morning and plan on making some for my family this Saturday morning. I know it will be a hit. Thank you, HG.

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  • on August 20, 2011

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    I really enjoyed these. They were very easy to make. I used part skim on the ricotta because I just can't eat the nonfat version. Other than that I followed recipe exactly. One recommendation I would make is to use the type of hotdog bun that is cut down the middle so that there is less crust. Unfortunately, alot of the buns are over 110 calories. I think by using that type of bun it will give you more of that french toast taste on all sides of the bun(egg would soak in a little more on all sides. My husband and I both enjoyed it. Love the little chocolate that melts inbetween each bite. Love these type of easy and low calorie meals. Keep them coming. Love the show and love the tips. Glad I finally watched your show.

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  • on June 23, 2011

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    I really like this idea so I made a similiar version not as figure friendly but very tasty. My version came out to 8pts per serving. Used real sugar, one egg, splash of lowfat milk, 1/2tb ICBINB, 1tb regular syrup. Doubled the cinnamon 1/2tsp and only added 1/2 tsp vanilla to egg dip.

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  • on June 11, 2011

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    This recipe is fabulous! I've made it twice, both times were a hit with my fiance and me.
    It's also a great late night snack! HG's recipe ends up making VERY FULL hot dog buns, and mine ran over. So, when I doubled the recipe, I just tripled the hot dogs. We ended up with 40 calories more cannoli than the original, but it was worth it for two more pieces of cannoli each!

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