6 Reviews

BIG hit with my 2 & 7 year olds!! They had a great time making it and eating it!! We do our toast on the broiler and it crisped up nicely this way! Thanks!!

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TnuSami October 26, 2006

A Huge hit with my 3 year old! I painted the whole toast blue, turned the toast upside-down and then did a pink smiley on top. Great idea, thanks!

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lolablitz October 27, 2011

this is a very creative idea!! i definitly will try it some day!!

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[THEE UNiQUE] August 08, 2008

5 stars for cuteness! I love this idea. I thought that toasting the bread would make it crispy, but the milk-paint stayed wet, however my 1 1/2 year old ate it all up anyway. Very sweet idea. I will probably be making these again for a fun project!

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Juju Bee July 11, 2005

What a cute idea for the kids!! Thanks, I'm going to make this with a very special kid I know who will be visiting me today, tomorrow and day after:-)

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Charishma_Ramchandani September 17, 2003

My grandmother made a variation of this (without the food coloring) when we were sick. She called it milk toast. She toasted the bread and put it in a bowl. She then warmed some milk and poured it over the toast and sprinkled on a little sugar and ground nutmeg. MMMMM! I used to FAKE a sore throat for this!

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wildhorse December 10, 2002
Monster Toast