Kids In The Kitchen: Waffled French Toast


When it comes to weekends, it's all about a great breakfast or even brunch. Why not get your junior chef cooking while you're drinking your morning coffee. Here's an easy take on everyone's favorite waffles. The best part about these waffles is the short cut-no flour is required. Yup, this is especially great now when flour is hard to find. All your kids need to do is grab a loaf of sliced sandwich bread, and dip a few slices in a mixture of eggs, milk, vanilla, and cinnamon. Waffled French Toast is just like making French Toast, except the dipped slices are cooked in a waffle maker. So with a little help from mom and dad, once the grill is heated, the battered dipped bread is slipped into the waffles maker. A few minutes later, your kids are serving up waffles. And breakfast is served.



Ingredients for Waffled French Toast:


6 pieces of sandwich bread

3 eggs

3/4 cup of milk

2 teaspoons of vanilla

3/4 teaspoon cinnamon

Serve with syrup and butter


Time-Saving Top: Have all of the ingredients ready before you get started cooking.


Let's see what we need.


The kids are ready to cook.


Have your kids crack the eggs in a casserole that can hold six slices of bread. Then your little chef needs to add the eggs, vanilla, and cinnamon; and whisk until well combined.


Now the junior chef(s) should add the bread and carefully turn them over to drench it in the liquid.


You might need to help your little cooks add the soaked bread to a preheated waffle maker and close the lid. Now cook until crisp-golden.


It's ready! Waffled French Toast is so crisp and delicious. This cinnamon-vanilla flavored breakfast treat is the perfect combination of waffle and French Toast. It's ideal for junior chefs to prepare, and they will be so excited to serve breakfast to the rest of the family. Top the Toast with butter and syrup for a yummy way to start the day.


Enjoy!


Waffled French Toast:


  • 6 pieces of sandwich bread

  • 3 eggs

  • 3/4 cup of milk

  • 2 teaspoons of vanilla

  • 3/4 teaspoon cinnamon

  • Serve with syrup and butter

  • Have your kids crack the eggs in a casserole that can hold six slices of bread. Then your little chef needs to add the eggs, vanilla, and cinnamon; and whisk until well combined.

  • Now the junior chef(s) should add the bread and carefully turn them over to drench it in the liquid. You might need to help your little cooks add the soaked bread to a preheated waffle maker and close the lid. Now cook until crisp-golden.

  • Time-Saving Top: Have all of the ingredients ready before you get started cooking.

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