Jan 18, 2011

From Linda's Lips: Toaster French Toast

One of my kids' favorite breakfasts is French Toast. Unfortunately I don't have the time to make it every time they want it. I had a stroke of genius a while back that is a time saver on school mornings. When I make French Toast on the weekends I make a lot. Like two loaves worth. I try to use whole wheat bread to make it more healthy, but sometimes I cave and make it white. The kids can enjoy all they want for breakfast and then I freeze the rest in storage freezer bags and pop them right into the freezer.The toast hardly sticks together, so pulling it out another day is no problem. On a school morning when I get a request for a hot breakfast instead of cereal, I pull out a couple of pieces of the french toast and pop them in the toaster. The house fills with the yummy cinnamon smell and the toast comes out even better than when they ate it fresh. Nice and crispy on the outside and soft in the center. Sometimes we sprinkle on the powdered sugar and syrup, and other times they just eat it in hand. Here's to breakfast!


Sue said...

You're right. That's a great idea! (It bet it works with waffles, too.)


erinmalia said...

not just guessing, but i KNOW this works with all breakfast fare: waffles, pancakes, and my beloved french toast. we always have a store in our freezer of our breakfast-for-dinner leftovers that sub for lunches or even emergency dinners. i love it.

S Skinner said...

Awesome idea! I'm definitely trying it. Thanks

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