Ready in 15 minutes
This french toast is a great hit with the kids and adults alike!
"I created a minor adaptation of this recipe, which was absolutely terrific.
I omitted the cinnamon (I think it'd be delicious, but thought our young kids might not like it).
In a small saucepan, I added chopped walnuts to maple syrup, and put it on the stove over very low simmer heat. When the french toast was ready, I topped with powdered sugar and sliced bananas, then the walnut syrup. Fantastic result. Kids and adults all enjoyed it for brunch. Pair with fruit cup, coffee, etc. and you're all set a weekend brunch."
Top-ranked recipe named "Banana French Toast"
Puree the bananas, vanilla, egg, egg whites, and mil. Preheat griddle to 375F. Place bread in oblong pan and our batter over. Turn so that bread is covered evenly. Place bread on griddle and cook until lightly brown, flip and cook until done. Dust with cinnamon and serve.
Makes 4 servings, per serving: calories 286; Protein 12g; Fat 5g; Carbs 49g; Fiber 3g; Sodium 407mg
ezflushplumbing 6 months agoThese taste amazing!! Kids couldn't get enough
Charmin26 1 year ago
hollyloveland 1 year agoDelicious! Tastes like warm banana bread
mpercoco 1 year agoGreat idea! I put a lot of cinnamon on it while i was cooking it.
alisonmcdonald 1 year ago
ckz125412 1 year ago
jjfields04 1 year agoI will never eat French toast the same again!
deedoty 1 year ago
Mannda1220 1 year agoOk
sarahbaker2 1 year ago