Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 10 mins

From the Childrens step by step cookbook from my school library.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. cut stars out of the bread with a star shaped cookie cutter.
  2. break the egg into the bowl and add the cinnamon and the sugar. Beat the egg with a fork and dip the bread stars into it.
  3. Heat butter and oil in frying pan and fry the stars for about 2-3 minutes on each side until crisp and brown.
  4. Serve with jam, apple butter or syrup for dipping.
Most Helpful

ATTENTION! Kids and Moms and those who know them and/or LOVE them! This is ONE FABULOUS recipe! Kiandra! What a WONDERFUL recipe you have here! We - my 20 yr old dd and I- had a great time making this for an adored little tike. He inhaled these and wanted MORE! Not only are these YUMMY they are fun to make. Using the cookie cutter was a very smart idea! I bet you had as much fun as he did cutting out the shapes and it makes the recipe really special. This is similar to French toast in that it is dipped in egg BUT adding the cinnamon sugar is a REAL tummy pleaser! Way to go! This is a real kid friendly recipe. Oh and it is a GREAT adult friendly recipe too! My little buddy said to tell you.. MMMMMMM! That is all he could say because his mouth was full! He knows it is bad manners to talk with your mouth full! hehehe Thank you so much Kiandra! :)

Mama's Kitchen (Hope) August 07, 2007

Thanks Kiandra for a great recipe. This was so easy to make and is just like French Toast, but with sugar. Ours were not soggy at all, in fact ours looked very much like the ones in your beautiful photograph. The trick may be to use a large skillet that spreads the butter/oil mixture out over the surface. We made 6 servings and everyone loved it! Thanks for posting!

NcMysteryShopper March 29, 2007

Sorry I have to agree with Jessica! I had hopes for this to work out but it was a soggy mess. Thanks anyway!

LUVMY2BOYS March 19, 2007