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Freezer French Toast

Easy recipe for French Toast that you can freeze from Walking on Sunshine.

One of my favorite breakfasts to enjoy is French Toast.
Nothing fancy like the French Toast Casserole that is so popular here on the blog,
but just good old-fashioned bread dipped in an egg mixture and sprinkled with 
some cinnamon/sugar topped with warm syrup.  
(And maybe a little bit of butter)

I like to make extra to freeze so on busy mornings all we need to do is pull a few slices
of already made French Toast from the freezer and breakfast is ready1 

Not only do I enjoy French Toast, but my family does as well.
But sometimes it can be a lot of work to get French Toast on the table, 
especially when you're trying to get everyone ready and out the door to school,
work or even church.

 French Toast is usually a Saturday breakfast for our family.
And most of the time, I mix together too much egg mixture and have in the past
dumped it down the drain.


I go ahead and make EXTRA French Toast and freeze the extra slices for busy mornings.
Lay your leftover French Toast in a single layer on a baking sheet and place the tray in the freezer.
Leave the tray in the freezer for about 30 to 40 minutes.
Remove the FROZEN French Toast slices and place in a freezer safe bag.

The next time you're having a busy morning, just pull a few slices 
out of the freezer and heat up in the microwave.

French Toast with butter and syrup on red plate from Walking on Sunshine.

My Recipe for Old-Fashioned French Toast

6 to 8 slices of sandwich style bread (nothing fancy)
3 eggs
1 cup milk
cinnamon/sugar mixture

Combine the eggs and milk together.
Dip the bread slices into the egg and milk mixture one at a time
and place each slice on a hot griddle greased with melted butter.
Sprinkle the bread with the cinnamon/sugar mixture before flipping
and continue cooking until both sides have a nice golden brown color.

Feel free to add powdered sugar to the top of your cooked French Toast.

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  1. Looks yummy. Kevin likes to make French toast for the grandkids when they're visiting. This week, when he asked the 5 year old if he wanted French toast, he said, 'Grandpa, we've had French toast THREE DAYS this week.' So they had pancakes that morning. lol

  2. Freezing French toast; brilliant! Now that school's out, I don't have to get up early but Hubby still does. It would be awesome for him to have another breakfast choice. This is an outstanding idea. (Your French toast look perfect!)

  3. That is such a good idea and they look great. I am going to try to pin it. Hope you had a wonderful Father's Day. sandie

  4. Who doesn't like French Toast? Seriously yum;)

    Thanks for linking up at Super Sunday! Hope you come back and link up this week ;)

  5. Dear Lois, I love how simple and delicious this recipe it. I use plain sandwich bread too..always a wonderful treat on the weekend. Blessings my dear friend, Catherine xo

  6. Thanks so much Lois, I must remember to do this. I'm always racing against the clock and having French Toast in the freezer will be a life-saver.


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