French Toast Bites

Just last week Mama B made a super delicious looking French Toast Casserole and it inspired me for this weeks Tasty Tuesday. We were getting ready to make dinner and I couldn’t think of anything for Mason to have when it occurred to me that I had everything I needed to make French Toast but I hesitated because he doesn’t really just eat big pieces of bread and then I thought I’ll just have to cut it up and make it bite sized and then I realized I’m just going to start it off like that. So enough with the pointless story and on to the French Toast Bites! 


First you want to cut the slice of bread using a super sharp nice so it doesn’t crush the bread. I used Nature’s Own Oatmeal Bread. It’s really dense so it sliced nicely without crushing the bread! 

 

Next you want to beat one egg, a little bit of milk and about a teaspoon of vanilla.

Then you put the bites into the egg and cover all sides of each piece!



Once their coated put them in a pan over low to medium heat with some butter so it doesn’t stick! 



After a couple of minutes flip them!



I was making big boy French Toast for B too 🙂


When they’re done toss the bites with 1/4 teaspoon white sugar, 1/4 teaspoon brown sugar and a dusting of cinnamon



Serve to your favorite toddler: 



Who will wonder what this new meal is before digging in and enjoying the yumminess! 

“No Pictures, Mom, I’m eating here.”
 
French Toast Bites 
Makes 1 Serving/1 Slice/12 Bites
 
Ingredients: 
 
1 Slice of Bread 
1 Egg
2 Tablespoons Milk 
1 Teaspoon Vanilla 
1/4 Teaspoon Sugar
1/4 Teaspoon Brown Sugar
Cinnamon to Taste
 
Directions: 
 
1. Cut one slice of bread into bite sized pieces. 
 
2. Beat one egg, 2 tablespoons of milk and 1 teaspoon of vanilla in a small bowl
 
3. Melt butter on low-medium heat
 
4. Coat the bread bites with the egg mixture and place on pan. Flip after about 4 minutes or when the pan-down side has reached a golden brown. Cook for another 4 minutes or until golden brown. 
 
5. Toss bread bites with the brown sugar, white sugar and cinnamon! 
 
6. Serve to your favorite toddler or hubby or can’t seem to NOT toss them into his mouth! 
 
ENJOY!

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Comments

  1. Lisa says

    I'm a big kid and I think next time I make French toast I want the bites instead!!! This looks super delicious!

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