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French Toast Sticks (Paleo)

What is better than easy french toast sticks for a weekend brunch or breakfast treat? Everything is more fun when you’re dipping it into syrup, am I right?  No seriously, dipping is just way more fun. These french toast sticks are the real deal. They use my sandwich bread recipe, which is a reader favorite, and the perfect french toast batter- like the kind my mom used to make, but guilt-free!

Paleo French Toast Sticks

French Toast Sticks (Paleo)

These are… just the right amount of sweet, perfect bread texture, and reminiscent of your favorite childhood breakfast. Dip and devour! Don’t forget to freeze some for later, so you have an easy on-the-go breakfast the following week!

Paleo French Toast Sticks
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Paleo French Toast Sticks
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French Toast Sticks

Yield 4
Prep Time 10 min
Cook Time 25 min
Total Time 35 minutes

Make Ahead:
Author: Lexi
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  1. Make batch of bread following directions on this recipe.
  2. Slice bread into strips.
  3. In a bowl, whisk together eggs, vanilla, cinnamon, and milk.
  4. Dip bread into the mixture covering each side of the bread, repeat until all sticks are coated.
  5. Heat butter in a skillet and place coated bread pieces into the pan for 2 minutes.
  6. Flip, and cook for another 2-4 minutes on the other side.
  7. Remove and serve with syrup!

Recipe Notes

  • *I doubled the bread loaf and used this mini loaf pan. Any pan will work!
  • **If coating with the cinnamon sugar, combine the two and toss onto sticks immediately after removing from the pan
  • ***Nut-Free bread here


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May 1, 2015

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15 responses to “French Toast Sticks (Paleo)”

  1. Love that I’ll be able to freeze these for weekday breakfasts — nicely done!

  2. Such beautiful pictures. And congrats on working with American Express–they are the best 🙂

  3. WOW these just look spectacular! Yummmm! I love French Toast!

  4. RavieNomNoms says:

    WOW!!! I am so impressed!!! These look like the little french toast sticks I used to get as a kid, so yummy!

  5. Catherine says:

    Dear Lexi, what a fun treat to start the weekend with! These look so good! xo, Catherine

  6. Kim Henrichs says:

    Oh I definitely see making these in the near future!

  7. happy girlfriend says:

    Wow! These look really easy to make! Is there a brand of powdered sugar you recommend? I can’t seem to find one without corn starch and I am allergic to corn 🙁

  8. Angela says:

    These came out great. This is my go-to bread for basic french toast. I also use another blogger’s banana bread recipe for a banana french toast. Wonderful!

  9. Donna says:

    These were such a huge hit with my kids last weekend that they are already asking for more this weekend. I will have the bread cooked in advance this time though. I doubled the bread recipe and cooked in a 9 x 5 pan for 40 minutes. Excellent recipe!

  10. Donna says:

    The link to the sandwich rolls isn’t working.

  11. Charlane Leslie says:

    At what stage of the recipe do you recommend freezing the French Toast when freezing? How do you recommend thawing them out?

    Thanks, Charlane

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