What a crazy past few days it’s been! Phew! Yesterday was my dad’s birthday. The one thing Chase wanted to do was to take Grandpa to go play arcade games. Ten dollars and a few hours later Chase came home with more little toys that I could believe! My dad must have been impressively good at those arcade games.One of my favorite dinner’s growing up was ‘brinner’. What, you don’t know what that is? It’s breakfast for dinner, silly. 🙂 My dad is the bacon master & can whip up a mean french toast. My love of french toast and bacon has been passed down to my children. You know what I don’t love though? Getting out of bed at 6:30 in the morning to make said french toast. Please tell me I’m not alone in this? For a while now, I’ve been making extra french toast and freezing them to quickly heat up in those wee hours of the morning. Now when the request for french toast happens in the morning, I am almost more excited than when they say they want cereal! I now always have french toast in my freezer, I even have a recipe that is perfect for one loaf of bread! I’ll include it below.After you’ve mixed the ingredients together, quickly dip each side of bread, & cook, you will want to let the french toasts cool completely.I like to cut squares of parchment paper to put in between each slice so they don’t stick together. I put the french toast back into the bread bag and then freeze. Simply pop the frozen french toast into the toaster when your ready to eat it! Easy Peasy!
Freezer French Toast
With just a little bit of prep, french toast can be a quick option for breakfast every morning!
- 4 eggs
- 1/2 cup milk
- 2 tbsp sugar
- 2 tsp vanilla
- 1 loaf bread
Preheat griddle to 300°.
Mix together all ingredients excluding the bread. Mix well.
Spray griddle with non-stick spray.
Dip each side of a slice of bread into the egg mixture quickly to give it a light coat. Immediately place onto hot griddle. Cook on each side for approx. 2 minutes, or until done to your liking.
Repeat with each slice of bread. My griddle can fit 8 slices of bread, so I only repeat this step twice.
Once the 16 slices of french toast are finished, allow them to cool completely. While they are cooling, cut parchment paper into 4x4 inch squares
When everything is cool, stack the french toast with a square of parchment paper in-between each slice. Place the french toast back into the bread bag and freeze.
When you are ready to heat them to eat, all you need to do is pop the frozen french toast into the toaster.