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corn flakes, crushed
bread, cut into thirds
Great recipe that's fun to do with kids! The "crunch" was a nice departure from the ususal french toast. I used a pizza cutter to cut the bread into thirds and added a little sugar to the egg/milk mixture along with a bit of vanilla and cinnamon for good measure. Once they were done I topped them off with some confectioners' sugar and real maple syrup. Great way to start your morning.....
I was really looking forward to making this. The pictures made this all look so good! But it was nothing like I had expected :(
My kids did not like this at all. I had some burn,and the ones that were golden brown were still soggy raw inside. Not sure what I did wrong!
I always add cinnamon & vanilla, so flavor was there.
Sorry but wont be making again.
My kids really enjoyed this. This made quite a bit, so I wrapped up the rest for tomorrow. I think I might add a little nutmeg, vanilla and cinnamon to the egg mixture next time. I used Special K because that was all I had. I served this with a fruit and yogurt parfait.
Good - my kids loved it. I leave the bread whole and add cinnamon, vanilla, and a few tablespoons maple syrup to the milk and egg mix.
Excellent recipe.. my picky daughters loved them! I started making them before church on Sunday and also made them on Monday, Tuesday and today is Wed and I'll be making them again!! It is also a kid friendly recipe since my 7 yr old daughter helps with all the process! I also added a pinch of cinnammon to the egg mixture and also a tsp of vainilla. You might also need extra bread and extra corn flakes to finish up the egg mixture. Since my bread was very soft I decided no to cut them in thirds but rather leave them whole. Serve them with condensed milk and strawberries. They are delicious! Thank you pamplemousse!
i used crushed life in place of the corn flakes. and added vanilla, cinnamon and nutmeg to the egg mix. this was a nice treat.
These were really good. A nice twist on classic French toast! The recipe made a lot of sticks, and they were very filling. My boyfriend said: "It's like eating French toast and a bowl of cereal at the same time." Like other reviewers, I added some cinnamon to the egg mixture. I also added a bit of sugar. I think next time I will use frosted flakes instead of adding the sugar. I also only slightly crush the corn flakes, this gives it more of a crunch. These are sure to become a new favorite breakfast for us, thank you for the recipe!! :D
I feed this to my neice and nephew for breakfast. and my nephew didn't like french toast but i had him try and between the two of them they ate just about all of it! i put about 1/2 teaspoon of nutmeg and ground cinnamon to the egg mix and a teaspoon of vanilla. the sprinkled sugar on the sticks after they were all done baking.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Crunchy French Toast Sticks
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 70
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