How to Make French Toast Sticks With Plain Old Sandwich Bread
This step by step video recipe tutorial on "How to Make French Toast Sticks With Plain Old Sandwich Bread" recipe is the perfect breakfast or brunch idea. Sometimes the best recipes have the simplest ingredients, and that is especially true with breakfast foods.
This recipe will show you how to make French toast sticks with plain old sandwich bread. Some of the ingredients you will need for this easy French toast recipe include eggs, brown sugar, milk, ground cinnamon, vanilla extract, salt, Texas toast (or thick cut sandwich bread) cut into thirds lengthwise and some butter for cooking. The nice thing about this recipe is you can make a big batch of these, stick them in the freezer and during the week just pop them in the microwave, toaster oven or toaster for a quick and delicious breakfast. To start mix your eggs, brown sugar, milk, ground cinnamon, vanilla extract and salt together. Then dip your bread pieces into the egg mixture, and on a medium high grill cook until golden brown on each side.
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