Egg whites in French toast with fake syrup? Why even bother? That's what I say with my 2320-calories-a-day allowance.
But even with 1200-1550 like you have? You can work it in easily, given how you're planning to eat today.
I put this in my Nutrition Tracker as a test:
2 extra large eggs, yoke and all
2 slices of Arnold 100% Whole Wheat Bread (I like Arnold bread, available in most supermarkets and many grocery stores. These are thick, wide, soft slices, but they're also high in fiber, nutritious, and only 110 calories each. I like wheat French toast, but if you really want white bread, Arnold also offers Country Whole Grain White Bread with the same calories and only 1 gram less fiber.)
2 tablespoons of REAL maple syrup, not corn syrup and not whatever is in those strange low-calorie syrups that in my opinion are only good for diabetics, for whom it's the closest they can get (Like others have said, you don't need a quarter of a cup for two slices of French toast. One tablespoon should be enough to cover each slice, without having it running all over the plate unnecessarily.)
All together? This is 487 calories, an increase of only 67 calories. Heck, considering you're eating so light today anyway, you could add another two tablespoons of syrup if you really wanted to, and that would only be another 104 calories and you'd still be well within range for the day! It's also far more nutritious, filling, and satisfying.