Freezable French Toast Sticks
French toast is one of those easy, yummy, quick breakfasts loved by many. My kiddos and I are no exception.
Even better? Even quicker? Freezable French Toast Sticks!
With 7 kids, our days can get pretty busy. I love having quick foods I can pull out and reheat when we are in a hurry. Instead of paying extra for boxed varieties from the store, we make our own.
French toast, pancakes, waffles, biscuits, and burritos are just a few freezable breakfasts we make. Most are reheated in the microwave!
Freezable French Toast Sticks are really no much more work than making French Toast. You spend a few more minutes cooking more than you are going to eat. This recipe makes 4 servings to eat and 4 servings to freeze, so 8 servings total. I typically triple this recipe, making us 3 days worth.
- 16 slices of bread
- 4 eggs
- 1/4c milk
- 1t vanilla
- ground cinnamon, if desired
- Crack 4 eggs in a bowl large enough to fit a slice of bread.
- Add milk.
- Add vanilla and a few dashes of cinnamon, if desired.
- Using a fork or whisk, mix ingredients well.
- Heat a skillet over med/high heat and spray with non stick cooking spray.
- Place one slice of bread in egg mixture, turning to coat both sides.
- Place egg dipped bread in hot skillet. My skillet is large enough to fit 3-4 slices, depending on slice size.
- Flip to other side when bottom is thoroughly browned.
- Remove from pan and place on a plate to cool. Finish cooking remaining bread slices.
- Using a pizza cutter, or sharp knife, cut each slice of bread into 4 strips.
- Place 32 strips on a cookie sheet, in a single layer, and put in freezer for at least 1 hour.
- When the strips are mostly frozen, transfer them to a freezer bag.
- Remove as much air as possible. Label the bag with and date it before placing it in the freezer.
While waiting for the sticks to freeze, enjoy the other 32 sticks. My kiddos love them with Peanut Butter Syrup and Vanilla Syrup.
Remove desired amount of French Toast Sticks from the bag. Heat them up in an oven/toaster oven, microwave, or a quick dip in hot oil.
Did you try this? Do you have a question? Drop a comment and let me know what you think. I’d love to hear from you!