This delicious recipe for Whole-Wheat French Toast is perfect to have your kids help in the kitchen. It's super simple to make and we love having it for breakfast and dinner. Get creative by adding some extra ingredients that I share in this post.
Cut the bread into desired shape (we made triangles).
Whisk together the eggs, cream or milk, and vanilla in a shallow dish.
One-by-one dip the bread into the egg mixture until it is evenly coated on both sides. Let the excess run off before transferring the pieces to a plate.
If you have a griddle turn it to 325 degrees F. If you don’t have a griddle don’t fret…any old sauté pan will do. If using a pan place it over medium heat.
Melt a teaspoon or two of butter in your pan/griddle then add the first batch of battered bread. The key is for the finished product to be cooked all the way through by the time the outside turns brown so the heat should not be too high.
Cook until golden brown on both sides. Add a little more butter for a second batch if necessary. Serve warm with pure maple syrup and a side of fruit. Enjoy!