What I like best about this recipe is the easy clean-up. I don't usually make french toast because you have to watch it so closely, and I'm never sure if the center is cooked through. I used a belgian waffle iron, whole wheat bread, egg beaters, vanilla soymilk and cinnamon. No leftovers! This is how I will make french toast from now on. Thanks for posting!
These are great. I used a whole loaf of texas toast (16 slices) and quadrupled the recipe. I froze the rest and pop them into the toaster oven for a quick and delicious breakfast. Thanks for the great recipe.
This is a keeper! Much quicker then French toast, none of the mess for waffles. Perfect for when company stays over. The egg mixture was a little bland for me, I like more spice, but that's personal preference. Try this one!
Words cannot describe how good this is. Super easy, fast, minimal mess, and the whole family loves it. My new favorite recipe! I made this twice in less than a week, and I rarely make the same thing twice. Even bought a larger waffle iron specifically for this recipe so I could make multiple slices at once. None of my three boys has ever voluntarily eaten French toast, and I had to double this recipe since they ate so many slices. Used Orowheat Potato bread, a heavier textured regular sandwich bread which worked well. Am sure any bread would work nicely. Omitted the cinnamon since I planned to serve with Syrup for Blueberry Pancakes which was delicious. Also excellent with maple syrup or honey. Thanks for sharing the recipe!
These were so good. They were also so so easy. The cinnamon gave these a great flavor. Made these for my kids for breakfast and I just had to have some too. I will be making these time and time again. Thanks so much for sharing. Made for Zaar Cookbook Tag. June 2010
I went to make this again this morning and realized I hadn't reviewed this. We have a housefull of guests this morning so I'm making these. I also love the ease of clean up. These are great and delicious. I always use the texas toast it works great.
What a quick, simple way to make french toast! I used thick sliced cinnamon raisin bread and still added cinnamon to the batter. The best part was the clean up being so easy!
So easy!! Clean up a breeze! Satisfies all!! Excellent with sliced banana!
Made this delightful recipe for breakfast on New Year's Day while watching the Rose Parade. Everyone loved it. I used a thick sliced bread named "French Toast Bread".
This was a super-easy & very tasty recipe! My waffle iron cooked the slices perfectly.