French toast definitely ranks high on my list in terms of my favorite breakfast carbs. They’re hand hold-able, easy to serve, easy to eat, perfectly delicious oven-baked french toast sticks of goodness and they’re definitely a great start to any weekend morning. Let the oven French toast sticks cool on a wire rack, then place them on a baking sheet in an even layer. Freeze the French toast sticks and transfer them to a freezer bag once firm enough. This french toast is also kid-friendly, basically, you want to turn a classic french toast into french toast sticks. Begin with a bread toast preferably bread that is around two days old which is nice and dry, perfect for making french toast. Cut each bread slices into three equal size sticks.
Move on to your egg mixture, add your eggs into your container then add in a little bit of milk then heavy cream and vanilla extract. Mix it all up and get everything all scrambled up and even color then set that aside. Add sugar into a container with cinnamon then you are going to put those in an interracial relationship, give that a swirl until they are well mixed. So, you have your egg mixture, cinnamon sugar mixture and your bread are ready to go. Take one of your pieces of bread and put it in the egg mixture and turn it on both sides so it is well-coated with the egg mixture. Take it out and then place it on a pan In a skillet, add butter and when it’s hot and starts to sizzle, add in the french toast sticks into the pan. Make sure you do not crowd the pan and let them cook until they are all golden brown and smelling delicious. The butter is going to get them all crispy on the outside and make them taste amazing.
Take them out of the pan and into the cinnamon sugar and coat them well and then sere them for breakfast. You=r loved ones are going to enjoy this.! French toast sticks are a great make-ahead breakfast that you could have on hand in the freezer rather than buying the store-bought kind. And if you wanted to make them healthier you could use hearty whole grain bread and cut back on the sugar and syrup. Try this baked French toast recipe and you’ll be hooked.
- Granulated sugar
- Toast bread
- Maple syrup
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
- Whisk together sugar and cinnamon.
- In a separate bowl whisk milk, eggs and vanilla.
- Cut toast slices into 3 strips each.
- Dip each strip into the egg mixture, let excess run off, transfer to the baking sheet.
- Baste with butter then sprinkle with cinnamon sugar mixture.
- Bake in preheated oven for 13 minutes.
- Flip french toast sticks brush with butter and sprinkle with cinnamon sugar.
- Bake until cooked through, about 13 – 18 minutes longer.