I never write reviews and this recipe is so awesome i had to say something. I made this for a xmas brunch with friends and it was AMAZING & EASY to make ... LOVE IT !!
I'm so tired of buying the store bought ones. These ate great and I didn't even need to buy Texas today, I was already making bread and set aside a loaf to make these. Be very gentle when dipping, they get weak. I coated with cinnamon sugar just like the store. The kids want them for lunch and they're still baking!
These are seriously SO GOOD, the perfect French toast that you could imagine. I've always tried new recipes but all the French toast turns out with too much egg glopped on the sides and such. I can't describe how or what makes it delicious. This recipe is a keeper for sure!
I cut the Texas toast into 3rd's and had no problem dipping. If you foil your baking pan or not make sure you spray Pam a little heavy. Also I found that baking on the bottom rack gave me the best browning. Great recipe!
My kids HATED these. They were dry and tasteless and they fell apart. All of the other reviews seem to love them, but we did not.
We haven't had a chance to freeze these yet, but they were a big hit straight out of the oven. I did 1 1/2 batches of batter, and got almost 12 slices out of it. I used french bread, cut into 1" slices, with each slice cut into thirds. I used parchment paper, and turned them carefully with a spatula - no problems sticking. I baked them a bit longer than 25 minutes. We had them for "night breakfast" with sausage and grapefruit. We're looking forward to reheating the leftovers for breakfast. Thanks for sharing! (Also, I've never added the butter, and we haven't missed it a bit!)
I made these for my husband for fathers day as he loves french toast sticks. They did not look like the picture. Since my oven runs very hot, I kept the toast in tact and cut it into 3rds after baking. I believe I let the bread soak up too much of the egg mixture. They did taste good however the middle was not as firm as I had hoped and the toast did not brown like the photo. Will make again but will truly dip the toast in the egg mixture instead of set it in and then flip it over. Definitely worth another shot! I gave 5 starts because the taste was there but I did not follow the directions exactly which is why I believe I ended up with the result I did.
Made this recipe, but cut out the butter and added 1T maple syrup. My toddler to my parents love this quick and easy meal. I don't cut my up until after it is baked, and only if my toddler request it. Great meal! Freezes well!
I cut the bread in thirds and lightly toast it before dredging. It keeps the integrity of the middle slice.
These were amazing-so simple and delicious!!! We sprinkled just a little extra cinnamon on the second side near the end of baking and they turned out fantastically. We'll use this method often. Thank you very much!