Tight Wad in Utah: Freezer French Toast

Saturday, April 24, 2010

Freezer French Toast

Maybe this is something everybody knows, but it's my first time freezing french toast.

This is my favorite French Toast recipe:

1 egg
2 egg whites (Im going to try the Hollandaise Sauce with the yolks!)
1/4 c skim milk
1 t vanilla
1/2 t cinnamon
1/8 t nutmeg
about 8 pieces of bread (depends on size)

whisk eggs until foamy
add milk, vanilla, cinnamon, and nutmeg
dip bread in mixture (just coat, don't soak)
spray skillet with cooking spray
fry until golden brown on both sides

To Freeze:
Let cool completely, then put in foil or a freezer bag.  Should peel apart fine after frozen.  
Reheat in oven, microwave or toaster until heated through.

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Cher said...

I need a bigger freezer!

Audrey said...

Me too! Although nothing seems to stay in there very long. :)

Noelle said...

I don't know why I haven't ever thought of doing this, but I love it! French toast is my favorite but feels like such a hassle to get everything out. I am going to do this!

Sak said...

Thanks, this will be awesome. Do you know if you can freeze any type of pancake or does it have to be a special recipe? I buy frozen pancakes for my son because I never have time in the morning to make them.

Audrey said...

Noelle - It is a hassle! Popping it in the microwave in the morning is way more my style :)

Sak - As far as I know it doesn't matter what bread you use. Just make sure the mixture is even on the bread. Mine turned out great!