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THere is way more dip than is needed for this amount of bread. I used leftover garlic bread and it was surprisingly delicious!

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timhammond December 16, 2013

Made for a nice breakfast. I used double the soaking liquid in order to get the right ratio for the bread. Do follow the directions and cook these over medium low, or they will burn. I think putting some chocolate chips on them after they have been flipped would be a good touch, and would make them nice and chocolate-y and sweet.

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Maito February 15, 2012

Just tried this, and liked it, but my dense whole wheat bread overpowered the flavor. I will definitely try this again with a lighter bread. Also, I found the chocolate flavor very mild, so for personal preference, I plan to try doubling the cocoa. My husband enjoyed cream cheese on his, and I enjoyed jam on mine. Thanks for posting - novel way to get my vitamin "C" fix first thing in the morning ;-)

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Dorie's Lori February 08, 2009

A lovely simple french toast to make & the cocoa is a nice touch, toddler DD enjoyed helping makethese & eat them, we ate them with cream cheese & strawberries for a not too sweet brekky.

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**Mandy** October 31, 2008

Wonderful! Neither of my Grandsons will eat nor come close to an egg. Sneaky old MawMaw loves to add these to their diets at least occasionally

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Susan49 April 09, 2008

I knew I'd like this, afterall it does involve chocolate! My family loved it as well and I will make again and again! Thanks for sharing!

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Lainey6605 April 17, 2007

Wonderful! Simple, tasty, fun, and easy enough to make healthier if you wanted. Great recipe. I spread peanut butter on these for my husband. He liked them plain and with the syrup. Thanks Kree!

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yogiclarebear March 19, 2007

A delicious recipe. I cut the recipe in half-just to try it-I used Eggbeaters, skim milk, Splenda for the sugar & used a little more vanilla than was called for-by mistake, actually! I used the optional cinn as well. I have to say-it "looked" kinda weird with all the brown-but it tasted good w/ my sugar free maple syrup! I didn't have "thick" bread, just my normal whole wheat bread, but it worked fine-just be sure not to over-saturate when dipping the bread. Very yummy!

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LUVMY2BOYS July 19, 2006

This is really wonderful. I used only egg whites and fat free vanilla soy milk. I did use the optional cinnamon but with the vanilla in the soymilk and the extract the prominant taste was a mellow chocolate one. I used Texas toast and the kids and I enjoyed it as a yummy and easy to make before school treat!

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ladypit August 24, 2005

This recipe will be a stable in my home. I'll give it a 5 star. It was very easy to make and my family requested that I should prepare this recipe more often. Great job Kree! Thanks for posting.

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jeanwhal August 17, 2005
Chocolate French Toast