Characteristic Eggy Coating

Characteristic eggy coating by Stella Wambui

Remember the Banana stuffed French toast I was eating yesterday. Well,they just met their match on the brunch buffet. Today,we’re adding one more to the mix,French toast sticks.

So what makes these buttery hot batons tasty enough to steer clear drive-through breakfast menu?


None other than a simple cinnamon-cream that lends the characteristic eggy coating.

They are so sooo much fun to make! And it goes without saying that they’re so much  fun to eat too!

Its about time you forget the forks and take a walk on the slender side with finger-friendly French toast batons. Food you can eat with your hands. My favorite kind….

1,4 slices of toast.
2, 4large eggs
4,1 teaspoon grated lemon zest
5,1teaspoon Cinnamon powder
6,1 tablespoon of sugar
7,pinch of salt
8,butter for cooking \cooking oil
9,maple syrup\honey



1,Cut each slice into four sticks. Set aside.
2, In a large bowl, whisk together the eggs,heavy cream, cinnamon and sugar. Dip each piece of bread in the egg mixture,turning to coat it on all side so that its well saturated with  the custard.
3, shake off any excess and place the coated bread on a large plate.
4, Heat a large pan over a medium heat and add the butter\cooking oil. Place the coated sticks in a single layer in the pan
5, Cook until golden brown on one side then flip and continue cooking until all sticks all golden brown and slightly crisped on all edges.


All that was missing from this breakfast party,my lovelies, is a few fresh grapes and a warm maple syrup plung pool. Dip. Dunk.

           Live and Love





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