Wonderful! I made this for a family gathering (pre-Christmas) breakfast and everyone (including the picky ones) loved them! I made them the night before, put them in the fridge overnight and then re-heated them (at 350 for 8 minutes) in the morning. I'm making these every year from now on. I doubled the recipe (for 15 people) but I think I'll make 4X next year as I think everyone would have liked more.
This makes a great breakfast for my toddler. I omitted the sugar and some of the butter to make it a healthier recipe. I also used regular organic wheat bread instead of texas toast.
These are great- makes for a very quick & easy breakfast on school mornings. Plus it beats the price you pay for them from the store!
This was a quick dinner for us. The kids ate these just as fast as they came out of the oven. I forgot to add the butter and I still think they turned out great. Thanks!
Great Recipe! The kids,hubby and myself have enjoyed these. They are easy to make and freeze. So much nicer than store bought stuff too cuz I use my homemade bread (via bread machine) to make the sticks. I am going to have to try Britty's suggestion next time and make Cinnamon Sugar Bread for the sticks. Thank you! Update: Tried the Cinnamon Sugar Bread and it was awesome! Thank you Britty for the suggestion.
My kids loved these. I did have trouble with them sticking to the pan, so some of the toasted crispness was gone. Also I microwaved them on 1/2 power, they were too chewy at full power.
These were a huge success. My son loves french toast sticks, but they are so pricey. I came across this and decided to try it. He loved them and so did the rest of us. I will add more cinnamon next time for more cinnamon flavor. Thanks. These will be great warmed up on school mornings.
This was easy and really good. I made to have on hand for breakfast or school lunches. Used TX Toast. I was able to use 3 more slices to use up all the egg mix. I put on parchment paper, one sprayed, the other not (ran out!) When it said turn halfway through, I had a brain fart and literally turned the pan, not the sticks! Duh! They came out fine, just not as crisp on the bottom. Won't be able to tell after defrosting. Kids liked them, but DD said you couldn't just take a bite, you had to rip with your teeth, which may be from the crust.
Yum, yum, yum!! I have been wanting to try these for a while and we finally ate up the store bought french toast sticks. Made them this evening, so the kids could have a quick, easy breakfast before school. They smelled heavenly as they were baking. I was afraid the smell might wake them up! Of course I had to sample one (ok, two) :) I hope they are as good once they are frozen and just heated up. Straight from the oven they are delish!! Update: We ate the last of the french toast sticks yesterday. We baked them in the oven for about 10 min. and they turned out good. The crusts made them a bit hard, so next time I am going to trim the crusts off of two sides so they will only have crust on the ends. They did warm up well in the microwave for a quick breakfast, but were better in the oven.
Instead of Texas Toast, I made Cinnamon Sugar bread in the bread machine, cut it up, and followed the recipe. Ohmygod, delicious. I recommend the same to anyone that has a breadmaker, because that extra step MADE this for me. And now I don't have to buy the additive-packed french toast sticks at the store! Thank you Thank you!