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This was good! I added a little bit of sugar to the mix. I accidentally overdosed on the vanilla, but it still turned out great. (Note to self: don't pour out the vanilla into the measuring spoon over the prepared mixture) I loved the thickness of the Texas Toast. I have a belgium waffle maker...popped it in on setting number four, flipped it over, and just waited for the steam to die down. They came out a perfectly browned color. My husband said they were really good. I would dust some powdered sugar over it next time. Yum.

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The Bread of Life October 20, 2007

Fun and easy to make. Made Garlic Butter Texas Toast the next night for dinner with the leftover bread (#159750).

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Magicduo September 01, 2007

Used Hawaiian Bread for this and it was outstanding, thanks!

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kaec August 19, 2007

A very cool idea! Caught my attention immediately because I prefer french toast and my DH prefers waffles. It went together fast, and they came out crispy and golden. The bread size was perfect for my waffle maker, and even though I had some oozing out the sides, it cleaned up easily. Will be making this again for sure.

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pies & cakes & cookies ohmy! August 05, 2007

A perfect recipe to satisfy both myself and DH- I am HUGE fan of French Toast, he likes the waffles. We have made this recipe using both regular bread and texas toast, and prefer regular bread- it seems to cook up more to our liking. Very yummy and easy, thanks for sharing!

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eknecht March 07, 2007

The most awesome way to make french toast. I use whole grain bread and it takes the whole time, delicious. You can't burn these!!!

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satlady77 January 24, 2007

Excellent! Tastes exactly like french toast. I'm so thankful for this recipe because I got a waffle maker for Christmas and didn't have enough flour to make regular waffles. This reminds me of my Dad's french toast. MMMM!

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JPerez December 26, 2006

This was fun to make, and everyone really enjoyed it. Smelled like a donut while it was cooking!!! Thank you for posting!

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frozen_rain October 09, 2006

Thank you for sharing! I was in a hurry to make a solid breakfast and had almost nothing in the pantry. (Just back from vacation) Your recipe saved the day. I used hearty multi-grain sandwich bread, slicing off about an inch to fit my waffle maker and it worked wonderfully. This made 5 slices. We topped them with Strawberry preserves for a little sweet. Apple sauce would also be good on these. What a quick and easy recipe and very filling. We will make this often.

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Chef ZQ September 28, 2006

Easy and delicious! We'll be having this for breakfast often.

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Soup Fly * January 22, 2006
French Toast Waffles