French toast is probably one of my favorite breakfast/brunch options. I always feel really fancy when I have a plate stacked tall with buttery french toast and maple syrup. However, I don’t think my waistline would love that every weekend… In true Coined Cuisine fashion, I get around that caveat by making these baked french toast sticks. They are completely freezable; that way I can portion out and control how much I’m eating!
The easiest part about these french toast sticks is they are hands-off to prepare since we bake them instead of frying them on a skillet. No need to stand over the stove like traditional french toast!
These hold really well in the freezer and can be microwaved/reheated without any thawing. They are great for workday meal preps or those days where you don’t have a lot of time to make breakfast but want to put something delicious on the table!
If you don’t have brioche bread, any thick bread that’s getting stale will work perfectly for French toast – it’s all about making sure the egg mixture doesn’t get your bread soggy, so fresh and soft bread is a no-go.
Are you planning to make a batch of these baked french toast sticks to keep on standby in the freezer? Let me know in the comments!
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Baked French Toast Sticks (Freezable!)
- 6 slices brioche bread
- 3 ct. eggs
- 1 cup almond milk
- 2 tsp. ground cinnamon
- 1 ½ tbsp. granulated white sugar
- 2 tbsp. vanilla extract
- Preheat oven to 350°F. Line a baking sheet/cookie sheet with aluminum foil and non-stick cooking spray.
- Cut each slice of bread, width-wise, into 3 pieces.
- In a large bowl shallow enough to dip, combine eggs, almond milk, vanilla extract, and spices. Whisk very well until combined.
- Dip each stick into the bread and coat on both sides. Shake any excess liquid off and add to the lined baking sheet (keeping a little distance between each stick.)
- Bake for about 14 minutes and then flip and cook for another 12 – 15 minutes.I've found that after flipping, it helps to add more non-stick spray to avoid any messes.
- Remove from oven and serve with fruit, warm maple syrup, and any other toppings of your preference. Enjoy!
- Follow cooking instructions and ensure french toast sticks are fully cooled down. Store in a freezer bag. These can be easily reheated straight from frozen by microwaving for about a minute until warm!
The Coined Breakdown
- Total Cost per serving (6 sticks): $1.15
- Total Cost (18 sticks): $3.46
- Those Other Guys: $2.99 per serving