They say if you put it on a stick, kids will eat it — and these French Toast Kabobs prove that old saying true!
These French Toast Kabobs are a fun and beautiful way of serving regular French toast.
Kids are drawn to them and you might actually get them to eat some fruit using this method. I used raspberries and blueberries here but you could use whatever fruit you like, such as bananas or strawberries.
These French Toast Kabobs appeal not only to little kids but are an elegant way of serving breakfast or even brunch. You could even incorporate them into the spread of a bridal or baby shower — they’d make a clever addition to any menu.
I started off by baking a loaf of Pillsbury crusty French bread and then cut it into one inch cubes.
Then I poured the cubes into a milk and egg batter that had a sprinkle of cinnamon and vanilla for flavor.
Once the bread has soaked up the batter, cook it in a pan until all the sides are browned. Keep the cooked bread cubes warm in the oven while you cook the rest of the bread.
Finally, thread your bread and fruit onto little skewers. I used 6 inch skewers but you could definitely use longer ones for a more substantial serving. Get your kids involved here and let them help you string on the fruit and bread.
Serve right away with a sprinkle of powdered sugar and a drizzle of maple syrup.
More French Toast Recipes
If your family loves French toast, try more recipes to make breakfast fun and yummy!
- Overnight French Toast Recipe
- French Toast Sticks with Honey and Nutmeg Recipe
- French Toast with Gingered Applesauce Recipe
- Pumpkin Pie French Toast Recipe
- Homemade Braided Challah Bread Recipe for French Toast
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