Y’all, I love french toast! It’s pretty much the best. I’m going to share my recipe for super simple baked french toast sticks today!
Hopefully, I’m not the only one who references 40-Year-Old Virgin. You know, the scene in the car when Steve Carell brings home that drunk girl whos screaming about french toast. If you don’t know that reference, go watch the movie, and I won’t apologize if you only say french toast like that from now on! I’m pretty sure it’s on Netflix…
Weekends are for making breakfasts that the weekday Libby doesn’t have time to make. Is that you too? Luckily this breakfast won’t take up your entire morning to make.
Are you ever in the process of making breakfast and your husband gets one ready for himself and your kid because he can’t wait like 30 minutes? That’s my life. But oh well, his loss. More for me!
Lat,ely the weekends have been flying away in the blink of an eye. I don’t know if it’s because life has been crazy, or if it’s because this is just what life is now. Toddlers are no joke people, no friggin joke.
I love our little guy to pieces, don’t get me wrong, but seriously, toddlers are next level energy suckers! However, Peyton is such a happy little guy which makes things much easier. I think that making a schedule and keeping firm with it has worked wonders for us with him.
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Now, if you don’t eat all of the sticks, they can be frozen and reheated at your own will! I’ve been successful with just popping them into a freezer bag once they were cooled off. I suggest using a toaster oven to warm them back up!
The make-ahead factor of this recipe really excited me too, because our son will gobble these up no problem. Well, these and my avocado banana muffins, the kid can’t get enough, seriously.
Super Simple Baked French Toast Sticks
- 6 pcs bread
- 3 eggs
- 3/4c almond milk
- 1/4c melted butter
- 1 tsp vanilla
- Pinch of salt
- 2-3 tbsp raw sugar
- 1 tbsp ground cinnamon
- Preheat to 350
- Line a 13×8 baking dish with parchment paper
- Beat eggs well. Add milk, vanilla and salt, mix well.
- In a small bowl combine cinnamon and sugar.
- Slice pieces of bread into 1/3’s. (You can layer the slices of bread to get this done quicker!)
- Dip pieces of bread in egg mix, place pieces in baking dish. Pieces will be close together. Brush tops of pieces with butter then sprinkle half of the sugar mix over top. Bake for 13-15 minutes. Flip pieces, butter and sprinkle again, bake for another 13-18 minutes.
The toppings are up to you! Drizzle with your choice of syrup, or microwave peanut butter and honey for a less sugary (but super tasty) option. Top with nuts or berries of your choice and a dusting of powdered sugar.
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