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Dippable breakfasts are the best kind, especially when maple syrup is involved. These aren’t just your average French toast sticks, either – natural sweetness from bananas puts them a cut above the rest (think freshly baked banana bread combined with Cinnamon Toast Crunch without the added sugar).
Let French toast sticks cool, then place onto a baking sheet and freeze. Transfer to a freezer bag or container when hard. To reheat, microwave in 15 second increments until warmed through. You can also store cooled sticks in the fridge in an airtight container for up to 3 days.
I made this in my air fryer oven cooked on bake at 325 for 10 minutes, flip half way. They were perfect!
Hi Jamie! We're so glad to recipe was a hit! Thanks for giving it a try!
This recipe leaves out the milk in the ingredient list. I think it should be about 1/2 cup...?
We're so sorry for the typo in the instructions, Shannon! This recipe actually doesn't require any milk. There are enough eggs to make the batter just runny enough to coat the bread. Thanks for catching that!
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Made this super simple recipe for my toddlers this morning. They loved it and really enjoyed dipping their sticks in syrup. The french toast has a really good banana flavor, I'm sure my kids love.
Kids and parents love it every time!
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