My kid’s love French toast and I love that this easy Cinnamon French Toast recipe makes enough to freeze and have a healthy breakfast meal prepped for the week. Especially as we are finding our new morning routine during Covid-19 and navigating homeschooling.
It’s all a lot right now and that makes me love this recipe even more, if that’s possible. The home fills with cinnamon griddled goodness. My picky eater is in heaven and I am a happy mom.
My boys are 10, 9 and 6 years old and if I say homeschooling has been frustrating for us all, that’s an understatement. So after I prep this on a Sunday morning, then freeze the remaining pieces in pairs, there is a quick, healthy breakfast in the freezer and that saves my sanity right now.
I love cooking this on a cast iron griddle but there was a mishap one day and it literally cracked in half. I could have cried. I loved that pan so much. It happened when my husband used it so instead I just turned my sadness to resentment towards him. Just kidding! But I miss it! These days I use an electric griddle that I plug in and it works beautifully too.
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This Easy Cinnamon French Toast recipe makes enough to freeze and have a healthy breakfast meal prepped for the week.
8 eggs, pastured preferred 1 ½ C Organic whole milk 1 tsp vanilla 1 tsp cinnamon Pinch of sea salt 14 pieces of seedy whole grain bread, I like Dave’s Killer Bread Real maple syrup Oil for cooking
- Preheat your griddle on medium heat.
- Add eggs to a large mixing bowl and whisk the eggs for a minute. Add the milk, vanilla, cinnamon, sea salt and whisk again until all incorporated. I add three pieces to the mixture at a time, dipping one by one. Oil the griddle generously, this helps tremendously when you reheat in the toaster. Makes approximately 14 pieces of french toast.
- If you have leftovers you want to freeze, let them cool completely and then bag them up and pop in the freezer. In the morning I pop two slices into the toaster and it’s a hearty breakfast for my kiddos.
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