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Waffle French Toast

Happy Sunday! I woke up feeling a little better this morning so wanted to make a delicious breakfast.  I am not a huge fan of a sweet breakfast.  Like pancakes or french toast or waffles.  I prefer a bagel or eggs and bacon.  However, this morning I decided to make my waffle french toast.  It’s just like it sounds french toast that looks like a waffle.

I’ve made the egg waffles and also the french toast waffles before but today’s came out even better.  The first time I made it I used a healthy bread that was super thin and today I made it with a much better bread.  It was thick and soaked up the egg mixture without falling apart.  Take a look at the recipe below.  I used a round waffle iron as that’s all I had, but the larger square waffle iron would probably work the best.  Then you can make 2 pieces at a time.

Waffle French Toast

Ingredients:
4 eggs
1/3 cup milk
3 t vanilla extract
8 slices bread, thick
Syrup
fruit, optional

Directions: Preheat oven to 300°.  Whisk together eggs, milk and vanilla.  Heat up waffle iron until ready.  Add bread to the egg mixture and add into waffle iron and close. Cook 3-4 minutes, it may be sooner just check it and see if it’s done enough.  Remember this isn’t like a normal waffle that is completely raw.  The french toast just has the egg that is raw so won’t take as long. Once piece is done, remove and put into a pan and into the oven to keep warm.  Complete for the following slices.  Cook in waffle iron  and continue to add to the pan in the oven.  Once finished top with whatever your favorite syrup is and top with fruit if you’d like then enjoy!

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