You don’t have to compromise taste for health when it comes to this Pumpkin Challah French Toast Casserole!
What really sets this Pumpkin Challah French Toast Casserole apart is the crunchy streusel topping made with a blend of chopped pecans, brown sugar and a dash of cinnamon.
This adds an extra layer of nutty goodness and texture that perfectly complements the soft, warm bread and the creamy pumpkin. Trust us, your taste buds will thank you.
At the end of the day, there’s nothing quite like sitting down to a warm, comforting breakfast on a crisp fall morning.
With my diabetes-friendly Pumpkin Challah French Toast Casserole, you can indulge in all the flavors of fall without sacrificing your in-range blood sugars or the delicious taste.
So, gather your loved ones around the table and share this delicious dish together. And don’t forget to let us know how it turns out!
By now you know that my go-to sweetener is Truvia – it can replace sugar 1:1 in recipes.
While this recipe is calculated with full-sugar measurements, if you want to lower the carbohydrate count, you can swap in Truvia Sweet Complete Brown Sugar Sweetener, Truvia All Purpose Granulated, or Truvia Confectioners.
Is pumpkin a diabetes-friendly food?
Pumpkin is also an excellent source of vitamins and minerals that are beneficial for people with diabetes.
For example, it is rich in vitamin A, which can help improve vision, boost the immune system, and protect against infections.
It also contains vitamin C, which supports immune function and collagen production, and potassium, which can help regulate blood pressure.