Homemade French Toast Sticks – A Delightful Breakfast

Some swear that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Its the first thing your body sees when its fasting the whole day. The quality of your breakfast determines the mood and energy you’ll have to start the day. Some of us like a light meal like eggs and hash browns or something heavier like pancakes on top of that. I prefer something with cinnamon yet still crispy like homemade french toast sticks. I first came about to french toast sticks I always joined my friends for breakfast meals. I was never a fan of pancakes for how dry they felt to me. I always had to drench it in syrup and that still was a challenge. Luckily there’s a lot of alternatives like crepes, hash browns, or my favorite – french toast sticks. 

The Ins and Out of French Toast Sticks

French toast sticks are just white bread but coating along with it being fried adds so much flavor to it. Its perfect pairing for someone who doesn’t want to get super full on breakfast and can easily pair with eggs, bacons and sausage. In fact, I think its better than pancakes because how can you enjoy the other parts of your breakfast when you’re already so full. 

ARView makes a homemade french toast sticks is that Its super simple for anyone to make. All you need to do is dip it into two types of mixtures and pan fry it. It doesn’t require anything fancy or any out of the ordinary ingredients. This is perfect because breakfast is suppose to be simple enough to make that you don’t waste too much time. Yet still delicious enough that you get excited for mornings (especially for those non-morning people like myself). Extra motivation to wake up early in the morning to enjoy some homemade french toast sticks with your breakfast. 

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AR View's Homemade French Toast Sticks

Prep Time5 mins
Cook Time10 mins
Course: Appetizer, Breakfast
Cuisine: American
Keyword: homemade french toast sticks
Servings: 2

Ingredients

  • 2 slice white bread
  • 2 whole eggs
  • 1 pinch salt
  • 1 1/2 tablespoon white sugar
  • 1 slice butter
  • 1 tablespoon maple syrup optional

Instructions

  • Cut out the crust of the white bread
  • Cut both pieces of white bread into small rectangular pieces
  • In a separate bowl, mix together cinnamon powder and sugar
  • Dip the rectangular pieces of white bread into egg and milk mixture until completely covered
  • Then coat each piece in the cinnamon and sugar mixture
  • Heat up a pan and coat in butter
  • Pan fry each side of the white bread until it becomes golden brown
  • Serve with maple syrup and enjoy!

Homemade French Toast Sticks for Breakfast

Some of us like a light meal like eggs and hash browns or something heavier like pancakes on top of that. I prefer something with cinnamon yet still crispy like homemade french toast sticks. Its no wonder my favorite cereal growing up was Cinnamon Toast Crunch. Homemade french toast sticks are perfect for those who aren’t a big fan of pancakes, but still pairs well with maple syrup to give it that breakfast feeling. French toast sticks aren’t as heavy and dense like pancakes.

Slice the white bread into rectangular pieces. The smaller the piece you make the more flavor each will have. 

Mix together cinnamon and sugar until well blended. This will be used as the 2nd coating. 

In a separate bowl, mix together milk and eggs.

Dip each piece of bread into the egg and milk mix until completely covered and soacked in a bit. The egg mixture not only gives it flavor but helps the next step as well.

Then dip each piece of bread in the cinnamon mixture to cover all sides. Without both coatings, it would just taste like regular bread. 

homemade french toast sticks

Coat the pan with some butter and begin to fry both sides the each bread stick until it becomes golden brown

homemade french toast sticks

Cover with maple syrup (optional) for a complementary and sweeter kick.

homemade french toast sticks

Enjoy your new homemade french toast sticks for breakfast!

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