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Easy French Toast Waffles

Easy French Toast Waffles

You know how I LOVE coming up with unique breakfast ideas!  Well, this one, by far, is the most excellent… I think anyways!!!

I was craving some french toast the other morning but I really didn’t want to pull out the griddle and mess with all the clean up and everything that the griddle entails.
So…..why not do it in the waffle iron?!
I mean the waffle iron is a cinch to clean up.
It takes up minimal space.
It cooks super fast!
And, it beeps to tell me when the food’s done!!
Yeah, waffle iron= simple!!
So here it is….

Easy French Toast Waffles

My SUPER Simple French Toast Waffles:

4 Slices Stale Bread
4 Large Eggs
1/2 cup milk
1 tsp Vanilla
1/4 tsp Lemon Extract– really only need like 2 drops- just enough to give a hint of a taste
1/2 tsp Cinnamon

In a large bowl, beat your eggs. Mix in all the ingredients except for your bread.  You will then dip the bread, one slice at a time, into the egg mixture.  Make sure it soaks it up good.  It’s best to use stale bread so that it will soak up a good amount of egg mixture and it won’t fall apart.

Excuse my messy counters!
But, hey, that’s real life anyway! 🙂
This is what your french toast waffle will look like when it’s done:
Then, just add a little powder sugar and….

chris eisenhauer

Friday 25th of April 2014

made these for dinner last night, doubled the recipe, kids loved them, no leftovers!!

Easy Breakfast Recipes: French Toast Waffles - The Breakfast Hub

Tuesday 20th of August 2013

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Erin Alldredge

Saturday 7th of July 2012

You've been featured over at my blog!


Saturday 30th of June 2012

My next seven meals, I'm going to ask myself, "what would this look like if I just chucked it into the waffle iron?" Makes perfect sense to me.

If it's stellar, I'll share it, and let someone else pin it.


Wednesday 13th of June 2012

This sounds yummy, will have this over the weekend, thanks for sharing!

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