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Waffled French Toast 
Jun. 27, 2011 6:23 am 
Updated: Jun. 28, 2011 5:22 am
This is a super quick and tasty breakfast, and is a french toast/waffle hybrid! I saw it on AllRecipes the other day and thought it looked interesting so we decided to give it a try. It is yummy! The strawberry syrup is great, and the original recipe calls for fresh but I think frozen work best for this, they are nice and soft and when you microwave them to thaw they get mushy and juicy which works GREAT for stirring in a little maple syrup and topping these waffled french toast slices with!

 Start with just a few ingredients - frozen strawberries, syrup, milk, eggs and bread!
 Mix up the eggs and add in about 1/3 cup of milk and whip together until well combined.

 Put about a cup of frozen strawberries in a small bowl and set them to defrost in the microwave until no solid frozen pieces remain and you can stir and smoosh them easily! (Yes, I think that's a technical term)!
 Next dip the bread pieces on both sides in egg mixture.
 Put that on the pre-heated waffle iron and let it get nice and toasty!
 Meanwhile add syrup to the strawberries and stir together, you could even put this in the blender if you wanted a smooth syrup without chunky strawberry pieces.
 And there you have it! Waffled french toast! :)
 Put a few strawberries on top with some syrup and enjoy!

You could add cinnamon and vanilla to the egg mixture if you liked, or more syrup, less strawberries, or a dusting of powdered sugar, etc. However you normally enjoy your french toast and/or waffles would work great! 

Slightly modied from Waffled French Toast by Martha Osborne on AllRecipes.com


2 eggs
1/3 cup milk
4 slices whole wheat or white bread
1 cup frozen strawberries
1/4 cup syrup


In a shallow dish, beat the egg, egg white and milk. Dip bread into egg mixture, coating both sides. Bake in a preheated waffle iron according to manufacturer's directions until golden brown.

For sauce, in a bowl, crush the strawberries; stir in the pancake syrup. Serve French toast with the strawberry sauce.
Jun. 27, 2011 7:37 am
Thanks. Looks like a good way to get two favs in one, plus strawberries!
Jun. 27, 2011 8:16 am
This actually makes me want to buy a waffle iron now! (Never mind that I have NO place to put one.)
Jun. 27, 2011 11:09 am
Neat! I'm going to give this a try. Don't know about mixing the strawberries and syrup but who knows...I might like it.
Jun. 28, 2011 5:22 am
If you like fruity syrup you'll probably like it mixed, but it not you can skip it! :D
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