Usually French toast is made with large pieces of bread, sometimes cut thick and sometimes cut thin. But with this variation--the bread is cut into cubes--you can eat as many or as few bites as you like. That--and the use of nonfat egg substitute and nonfat milk--helps keep the calories down, without making it seem like a diet dish.
I especially like the browned part of French toast. With the cubes, all sides brown nicely as they cook in a skillet. Then, they puff up and finish cooking in the oven, and the centers of the cubes remain moist and custard-like.
Sprinkle on some powdered sugar and a little cinnamon, and have some fruit such as bananas on the side. You can also serve the French Toast Cubes with your favorite jam, jelly or maple syrup.