OK - at the sake of my own embarassment (as I should know better) - you want to make sure your melted butter cools before pouring it into your eggs. Excellent recipe though.
I followed this recipe exactly and my family LOVED these french toast sticks. I prefer to avoid the commercially prepared products like this since they include a host of preservatives. Love the real french toast sticks in this recipe! Thank you for a great recipe.
Super easy and very tasty - no egg taste like you get with most french toast. I use a loaf of wheat italian from the bakery at my megalomart, halved horizontally and then sliced. Increase eggs to 5 & sugar to 1/3C. and add a dash of nutmeg. We like to reheat ours in the toaster oven to keep that wonderful crispness.
Finally made this the other day and it turned out so-ooo good! The only thing I can say that for me I needed more egg mixture for that amount of bread. Other than that I really cant say much. My 1 year old loved them fresh and this morning loved the frozen sticks too. Microwaved 1 for 25 seconds and it was ready. Thank you for sharing this recipe and helping us to save money! :)
I made 1 batch to try out the recipe....I am making another before the 1st are even cooled. YUMMY! The kids LOVE 'em. Great recipe! Thanks JillAZ
My DD (12) loves these in her lunch box. I pull out the zip lock bag from the freezer & pop them into her lunch box in the morning & they are ready by snack time. Thank you for posting
Well mine are still cooling before I can freeze them, but they are SO YUMMY!!! And I usually don't eat French toast b/c I hate eggs and I feel like I can ALWAYS taste the egg, but these are so yummy!! My family always dips our French toast in a cinnamon and sugar mix right after they are pulled off the griddle (it's how they do it at Chef Mickey in Disney World!!) so that is what I did when they came out of the oven. My son really liked them and he was surprised when he woke up this morning to have a fun different breakfast! I also added some maple syrup to my mixture b/c well my son is 3 and I hate giving him syrup on his plate lol so I did it this way and we use yogurt as a dipper! Thanks for this great money saving recipe! Oh, I also had a whole loaf of regular bread that was going stale b/c I bought too much and we didn't get to this one, so I used it! And it worked perfect! I'm sure it would be awesome if I used Texas toast though too! Thanks again :)
My son loves french toast sticks, these are great for 6 am hockey practices. I made some modifications, I used 6 slices texas toast bread, 1 tbsp melted butter, 4 eggs, 1 tbsp sugar, 1 tsp cinnamon, 2/3 cup milk and 1 tsp vanilla. I think I will bake a little less time next time. These were a big hit, thanks!
Easy to make and my boys loved them. I may have to make these every weekend to have on hand for school days.
I made these for a church breakfast and they worked out really well. I put cinnamon in the batter AND sprinkled cinnamon and sugar on top before putting in the oven. I didn't freeze them - just made them in the evening and warmed them up the next morning. Thanks for posting!