Painted Toast

"Have the kids create their own designs and toast away! Makes for a great slumber party breakfast treat or to get them moving any morning!"
 
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photo by kRiti2404 photo by kRiti2404
photo by KristyThe Wicked No photo by KristyThe Wicked No
photo by KristyThe Wicked No photo by KristyThe Wicked No
photo by eknecht photo by eknecht
Ready In:
10mins
Ingredients:
3
Serves:
6
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ingredients

  • 6 slices bread
  • 1 14 cups low-fat milk
  • food coloring (5 different colors)
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directions

  • Fill 5 shallow glasses with a 1/4 cup of milk in each.
  • Take your 5 food colorings and in each glass put 5 drops of food coloring in the milk and stir till color shows.
  • Use a small paint brush and dip the brush into the food coloring.
  • Then take a piece of bread and paint a face or picture of choice on it.
  • Place the bread into a toaster and wait till the bread is lightly toasted.
  • Butter lightly to give taste.
  • Enjoy your masterpiece!

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Reviews

  1. Teacher
    Thanks for the photo comments! I've made this before but am doing it with DD5's preschool class tomorrow and always make a visual recipe. Your pictures saved me having to photograph each step myself!
     
  2. kRiti2404
    Saw this recipe when it turned up in the food.com newsletter as a fun summer activity for kids. We used Q-tips instead of brushes and had lots of fun making tie-and-dye toast and rainbow toast. And actually we even managed to paint both sides of the bread slice before toasting it.
     
  3. Rita1652
    What a creative idea! A great way to get the children involed. Makes me wonder how this would come out with french toast or grilled cheese?
     
  4. eknecht
    We had so much fun with painted toast this morning! Considering my boys are 4 1/2 and 2 1/2, I just used three colors (red, yellow, blue) and monitored the 'paint' usage. After they were toasted I spritzed them with butter spray and sprinkled on a little vanilla sugar to make them sparkle. The kids loved this, and it made breakfast a really fun project. FYI, don't let the kiddos paint BOTH sides of the bread. LOL. Thanks for sharing!
     
  5. Lady Wheeler
    So creative! I sent this to my mom, she runs a daycare and is always looking for ideas for creative food! I will definately remember this for when I have kids of my own! Thanks!
     
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