Berry Bunch Crunch French Toast Recipe
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Do your kids look forward to breakfast as much as my three do? It seems they’re much more eager about their first meal of the day verses any other. Maybe it is the fact that they are super hungry, or possibly because I am the coolest mom and make my kids a super creative breakfast. Berry Bunch Crunch French Toast anyone?
As if the Malt-O-Meal® Berry Bunch Crunch was not yummy and alluring enough, I realized that it would go great mixed into my mom’s french toast recipe. After some trial and an error with getting the recipe, and cooking process perfect, I manged to create a fun and fruit breakfast creation that can even be prepared ahead of time, and froze for busy mornings.
Our family really has a fondness for Malt-O-Meal® Cereal because it is priced perfectly, contains so much product, and comes in a nifty resealable bag. Plus, it doesn’t hurt that they have tons of flavors! It is really crazy that many of the flavors are actually quite a bit tastier, and satisfying than their boxed counterparts.
Before trying Berry Bunch Crunch cereal, my kids were huge fans of Berry Colossal Crunch®. Yes, they might have picked out all the berries first and gave those preference, so they were pretty elated to have a cereal of just berries with the Berry Bunch Crunch!
- 6 slices of premium white sliced bread
- 4 large eggs
- 1/2 cup whole milk
- 1 tablespoon of vanilla extract
- 1 teaspoon of cinnamon
- 1 cup of finely crushed Malt-O-Meal® Berry Bunch Crunch + 2 tablespoons for presentation
- Cooking spray for griddle
Heat griddle to 300 degrees and spray with non-stick spray
Whisk the eggs, milk, extract, and cinnamon in a medium bowl
Add in the crushed 1 cup of Malt-O-Meal® Berry Bunch Crunch and stir well
Dip one slice of bread it and coat evenly; place on the griddle and repeat.
Cook each side for about 2-3 minutes being careful to not burn the pieces.
Serve with syrup, butter, and extra crushed cereal on top.
By using finely crushed cereal it will adhere better and allow the toast to fully cook.
You can double or triple this recipe easily and freeze your french toast for future breakfasts. I recommend allowing each slice to cool fully and then placing it in baking tray in the freezer to freeze each piece thoroughly before adding in a freezer bag. You can heat in the microwave for a minute or so to serve.