152 Ratings
  • 5 Rating Star 92
  • 4 Rating Star 44
  • 3 Rating Star 11
  • 2 Rating Star 3
  • 1 Rating Star 2

This is a fun way to serve your French toast! Serve with whipped cream, maple syrup, or any of your favorite toppings.

Jen
prep:
5 mins
cook:
10 mins
total:
15 mins
Servings:
6
Max Servings:
6
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Ingredients

Directions

  • Cut each slice of bread twice diagonally to make each slice into 4 triangles.

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  • Beat together eggs, milk, vanilla and cinnamon. Dip the bread slices into egg mixture.

  • Heat butter over medium-high heat in a frying pan or skillet. Cook bread until golden brown. Serve warm with your favorite topping.

Nutrition Facts

123.4 calories; 4.93 g protein; 14.3 g carbohydrates; 0.7 g dietary-fiber; 2.57 g sugars; 4.94 g fat; 2.25 g saturated-fat; 69.26 mg cholesterol; 192.06 IU vitamin-a-iu; 2.14 mg niacin-equivalents; 0.06 mg vitamin-b6; 0.06 mg vitamin-c; 37.02 mcg folate; 80.84 mg calcium; 1.27 mg iron; 10.98 mg magnesium; 90.42 mg potassium; 218.4 mg sodium; 0.08 mg thiamin; 44.42 calories-from-fat; 46 percent-of-calories-from-carbs; 36 percent-of-calories-from-fat; 16 percent-of-calories-from-protein; 16 percent-of-calories-from-sat-fat


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Most helpful positive review

JDVMD
03/24/2004
I like to make this using Texas toast a thicker piece of white bread. Up the vanilla just a tad and sprinkled some sugar in the mix before dipping the bread.
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Most helpful critical review

Anonymous
09/08/2009
NO FLAVOR! I was excited to try this recipe because it seemed simple and easy enough to have my 6 year old daughter help. However the ending result was not good at all. Will not try this version again unless I can spice it up a bit.
152 Ratings
  • 5 Rating Star 92
  • 4 Rating Star 44
  • 3 Rating Star 11
  • 2 Rating Star 3
  • 1 Rating Star 2
JDVMD
03/24/2004
I like to make this using Texas toast a thicker piece of white bread. Up the vanilla just a tad and sprinkled some sugar in the mix before dipping the bread.
(67)
Navy_Mommy
03/21/2004
Simple easy recipe. The flavor is nothing out of the ordinary but it gets an extra star because the small size is great for little ones as well as fun and easy. I didn't really make any changes to the recipe other than to use wheat bread rather than white.
(53)
Anonymous
04/11/2003
I haven't had French toast since I was a kid and I'd never thought of having it sweet. This was really nice - not too sweet or rich. I made it with bacon and maple syrup on top for a Valentine's breakfast and my boyfriend loved it!
(53)
Anonymous
09/19/2004
YUM. I love french toast. This recipe was very good I love the concept of french toast "corners". I won't ever make it differently. No children in our household but the adults liked it too! I found that the batter wasn't enough for 6 pieces of the bread I used. I added another egg and some milk towards the end because I ran out. However it could have been the excessively large pieces of bread I was using. Also I didn't use white bread. I used a 7 grain bread. We don't eat white bread in our family but it was fabulous. Served it up with a side of bacon. w00
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Jillian
07/12/2010
Great recipe that's fun to do with kids! I used a pizza cutter to cut the bread and added some sugar to the egg/milk mixture along with a little nutmeg for good measure. Once they were done I topped them off with some confectioners' sugar and real maple syrup. There's nothing like really good french toast and orange juice to start your morning.....
(26)
MsSunflwr
03/01/2008
Made this for my husband and it was a hit! I cut the french toast after cooking it in diagonals using a pizza a cutter. Very quick & easy recipe that I'll use again.
(13)
TREKBABY
01/03/2011
Ever since my trip to Jamaica I've wanted French Toast. This recipe is the closest to what I had there with one exception - I use the thick cut bread like they do in Jamaica. The bread gets less soggy and is easier to handle. This recipe is perfect in that there is no sugar added and only uses a few ingredients. I through everything in the blender and use a shallow dish for the bread. I've even mastered flipping the toast so I don't need any utensils.
(11)
goldenwookie
02/26/2006
Loved the taste was a bit "fiddly" Next time would probably just cut in half instead of quarters.
(11)
Tanaquil
11/08/2007
This is such a good idea! Since seeing this recipe several years ago I cut my kids' toast into 4ths.
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