Well my Son is off to College and Basketball has begun for my Girls. Last week I got the flu and had to have an emergency dental appt. I’m still alive and kicking though so let’s start the week out with these super easy French Toast Waffles that I created this weekend! These can easily be made ahead of time and frozen for later!
French Toast Waffles!
It doesn’t matter what type of Waffle Maker you use! There are many different kinds, but they all work the same. I LOVE my 4 waffle size because it’s faster for making waffles for a bigger crowd.
If this is one of those kitchen appliances you’ve wondered if you’d like…they are so fun! You can really make anything in them…sandwich’s other varieties of breakfast sandwich’s…let your imagination run wild!
- 5 eggs (cracked and mixed thoroughly, in a shallow bowl)
- 1 tsp. Vanilla
- 1 Loaf of store bought or homemade French Bread (cut into 1 1/2 inch slices)
After heating your Waffle Iron up and spraying with a light coating of oil (only once) Dip a slice of French Bread into your egg mixture on both sides. DO NOT SOAK! Just dip, dip…This is the little secret to great French Toast. Put however many pieces of French Bread that will fit onto your Waffle Iron. Sprinkle with Cinnamon Close lid and toast for the same amount of time that you would a Waffle. That is it!! Is that deelish or what? These were a total hit with my Family and they were so very easy! They had a nice little crunch too! 😀
These can also be frozen for later! Kids also love them in there lunch box with a cute little lunchbox love note!
- 5 in eggs cracked and mixed thoroughly a shallow bowl
- 1 tsp . Vanilla
- 1 inch Loaf of French Bread cut into 1 1/2 slices
After making your Egg mixture (eggs and vanilla)
Dip bread slices one at a time into egg mixture
DO NOT SOAK
Just dip, dip
Now put onto Waffle Iron and sprinkle with Cinnamon
Cook for as long as you would cook your Waffles.
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