This recipe is French Toast Kebabs, but there is nothing spicy or exotic about it other than the cool kebab-like presentation. This recipe is so delicious and versatile, you can even make this ahead of time and put it in the fridge or freezer for later eating.
You can use this recipe as a snack or even as toddler finger food. I love eggs. Eggs are one of the cheapest sources of protein out there. I like how eggs can be used for breakfast, salads, dinners and desserts. Eggs are a great source of protein and all 9 essential amino acids. Their yolk contains leutin, which helps with eye development.
In my journey as a parent, I have realized that kids are picky, today they will love a dish and two days later they won’t touch it. I have also heard from parents that they struggle with getting their kids to eat eggs. Try this recipe if you are going through an egg rejection phase with your kid as your kid will not even know they are eggs with this recipe. I also like how this recipe has cinnamon in it. Cinnamon has a natural tendency to lower blood sugar so this recipe is great for days when you have birthday parties to attend where there’s plenty of sugary food.
Here’s the recipe (makes about 4 slices of French toast)
4 slices of bread. ( I used the 3 Seed Oatnut bread from Orroweat)
¼ cup milk (I used 2%)
1/8 teaspoon vanilla extract
¼ teaspoon cinnamon powder
Butter or oil for frying the bread
1) Crack the eggs and pour them in a mixing bowl.
2) Add the milk, vanilla extract and cinnamon and whisk together.
3) Melt butter or heat oil over medium heat in a large nonstick skillet.
4) Dip each bread into the batter, add to the skillet, and cook until browned on both sides.
5) Serve with fruits, sauce, nuts and or whipped cream of your choice.
The Verdict: The recipe was a hit. I heard Simone say – “so yummy in my tummy” after a few weeks today. She finished her entire breakfast, french toast kebabs topped with blueberries and whipped cream, without my hubby or me asking her to finish it.
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