AbuZak , 3 years agoI found the mixture a little too runny but all in all flavour was good.
mauer7 , 3 years agoGreat recipe. I added an extra third of a banana and a spoonful of sugar the second time I made it, which really helped. Definitely drizzle some maple syrup over the top when served!
tripletmama , 3 years agoI made this for me and my trio this morning... Verdict was... the boys seemed to like it but my "picky princess" was not impressed. I think she took 2 bites and then refused the rest! I ate 2 pieces myself and it just didn't really impress me either. I was expecting a lot more flavor, more similar to banana bread; but it was just bland with a hint of banana and cinnamon. I wasn't a fan of the texture either, too mushy for me. I may try it again maybe adding a bit of sugar to the batter... it just seems to be missing something?
magnus777 , 4 years agoGood.
dsandlin , 4 years agoPerfect! Great Recipe!
Legolas66 , 4 years agoEasy to make. Filled a teenage boy up
Kascocal , 4 years agoYummy! Was really soft. I think if you want it crispy you have to seriously overcook it as some of my bits were slightly black but very soft! Thanks for recipe.
dc14r , 4 years agodelicious!! I would have liked it a little crisper, maybe my pan wasn't hot enough. I also added sliced bananas on top and the warm maple syrup with walnuts.....yummy
ebaravik , 4 years agoI'll admit that I messed this up a bit trying to cook it for the first time, but I managed to preserve the flavor (just not the appearance). It was delicious! I actually used a homemade loaf of orange-cranberry bread when I cooked it. I also added a bit of brown sugar to the banana puree. Easy enough for my 8-year-old son to help me with it.
Buddercup , 4 years agoThe bread stuck to my pan and kinda burned but other than that, these had good banana flavour.
stevemur , 4 years agoDelicious! I really enjoy this one when visitors arrive for brunch.
galations22o , 5 years agoThis recipe was easy, fun, and yummy!!! My boyfriend and I loved it! Thank you for an excellent breakfast!
stevemur , 6 years agoEasy and delicious. Pair with some fresh fruit and freshly squeezed orange juice for a terrific brunch!
bholland , 7 years agoServed this for company this morning and everyone loved it. Just a hint of banana and the egg whites gave it a special taste
stevemur , 7 years agoI 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.
Greenclovers , 8 years agoMakes 4 servings, per serving: calories 286; Protein 12g; Fat 5g; Carbs 49g; Fiber 3g; Sodium 407mg
Greenclovers , 8 years agoMakes 4 servings, per serving: calories 286; Protein 12g; Fat 5g; Carbs 49g; Fiber 3g; Sodium 407mg [I posted this recipe.]