"French toast that looks like a waffle!" — tajimahal
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I give this a 4 star rating because I think the recipe needs a slight adjustment. First off, there was too much milk for the amount of egg. I ended up adding 2 more eggs to even it out. I don't think it needed the sugar as to me syrup is plenty of sugar. I did however end up adding 1 TBS of the sugar just for the sake of the recipe and that was plenty (although, I'm not someone who likes overly sweet stuff). It would be find without the sugar altogether. I did, however, LOVE the idea of cooking the french toast in the waffle iron!! I thought that was the neatest idea and it made it a bit fun to eat as well. The only complaint I had was that the crust tended to get very tough and chewy. I would suggest cutting off the very outer of the crust before cooking it. Although, that might have had something to do with the fact that I used wheat bread instead of white. Either way, I did enjoy the recipe and will definitely be making it again. :)
This was really fun to make! I used a raisin nut bread I bought on markdown and I really sprayed the crud out of my wafflemaker. I don't know about you, but mine really tends to get cranky and likes to hang on to most anything I put on it so really be liberal with your Pam. I used about half of a can of fat free evaporated milk I had leftover from yesterday and I did not add the sugar as it wasn't needed. This was great--my two boys thought this was the cutest idea ever.
Why haven't I thought of this sooner?! It came out fantastic in the waffle iron! I will definitely be using this recipe again. Thanks!
What a great idea to use waffle iron to make french toast, wish I had thought of it myself. I only made 2 slices, so used 1 egg, eye balled the milk and added 1 teaspoon of sugar, couple shakes of cinnamon, and smidge of vanilla....lovely...
Unlike making french toast I don't have to stand over the stove flipping it over and watching it, I love this idea!!!
I love this recipe! It's fast, easy and delicious!
Yummy and wonderful idea! Everyone in my family really enjoyed them and loved the idea of french toast waffles!! Will definitely make again!
I followed the recipe as written. Taste great. My 2 year old loved it. A great alternative to what is normal. Thanks for the formula.
So good! Found the reciped Easter morning made them right away and they were a HUGE hit! So easy!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Cinnamon and Sugar French Waffle Toast
Serving Size: 1/9 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 9
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 36
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