That was a “Waffle” lot of fun!

My daughter loves french toast. It is one of her favorite foods. The first thing she does when it comes off the griddle is smash in the middle so the syrup has somewhere to go. I solved that problem for her–I waffled french toast :)! Now there are plenty of little pockets for syrup or butter sauce or fruit or whatever. Try it out–it is great! Here we go:

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Waffled French Toast–looks yummy, doesn’t it?
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Get your ingredients: Eggs, milk, bread, and I like a little vanilla and cinnamon.
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I used 3 eggs, a generous splash of milk, a good sprinkle of cinnamon and about 1/2 teaspoon vanilla and scrambled it all up with a fork.
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Give the bread a good dunk and coat both sides with egg mixture.
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Cook on a preheated waffle iron. Spray with non stick spray right before you plop the bread on there. I cook it on the lowest setting.
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Look at those pockets waiting to be filled…
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Top with fruit for a change. This french toast was topped several different ways. Maybe it has multiple personalities 🙂 I love to use butter sauce (from my first blog post) with fruit. Try it out!
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