Keto French Toast in a Mug


Simple, easy, delicious — throw the ingredients together and then eat it with a spoon… At 3 net carbs and 338 calories, that’s my kinda breakfast.







  1. Place butter in your ramekin and melt it in the microwave about 30 seconds.
  2. Adding the egg last, combine all ingredients (except syrup) in your ramekin until well mixed – I use a fork or small whisk for this.
  3. Microwave on high for 1 minute.
  4. Top with optional syrup and dig in!


Macros (does not include syrup):

Calories: 338 Carbs: 6 Fiber: 3 Protein: 11 Fat: 31


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15 thoughts on “Keto French Toast in a Mug

  1. This was truly amazing and fast!! Sometimes low carb conversion recipes can be time consuming with funky ingredients. This was sooo good! Thank you for the recipe.

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    1. Omg this was the best. Soooo easy to make. Next time I’ll post a picture. I went ahead and dipped in egg and fried in butter.


  2. I was planning to make my go to egg/cream cheese pancakes tonight when I realized I was out of cream cheese. I did a quick search for pancakes w/o cream cheese and came across this recipe. I will never make the other pancakes again! This was so good!

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  3. wow!! I made this because i was having a hankering for something cakey but still wanted to stay on diet… I substituted the almond flour for one heaping tablespoon of cocnut flour and doubled the butter out of necessity but GREAT recipe!!!

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  4. Wow this was just what I was looking for. I’ve been craving carbs like no body’s business and this recipe reminded me that Keto can be tasty too!


  5. I have made this several times and it is delicious. It is custard like with only a slight eggy taste and so much easier then actually making french toast. Thanks for a wonderful recipe.


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