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|Calories190Calories from Fat45|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Jennifer Mahan 3 months ago
Just ok. I had to use the sandwich bread I had at home, so I’m not sure if I noticed a benefit over a traditional French toast recipe.
Bec 4 months ago
very yum...kids loved them
MarvelousLineCook 7 months ago
Easy to make. Kids really liked them.
Suz 7 months ago
Great recipe. I cut it in half and added a little nutmeg. Made 6 large muffins and they came out perfect.
Jessica 7 months ago
Simple and delicious
Honey burns the kitchen down a year ago
Really easy and fast to make. Nice snack or breakfast!
Tonya a year ago
I loved how easy it was to make. I'm going to freeze some for quick on the go breakfasts.
Hi Austin Ready To Cook? a year ago
Pretty good overall I feel like I could have used a little bit less eggs
Payne a year ago
Was flavorless, not sure if due to only having sourdough bread. I like the idea and will experiment with different sugar and cinnamon ratios.
Vicki Sofianos a year ago
pland without the syrup but not bad!
Lisa Pizarro a year ago
Absolutely loved these. Simple and delicious...My kids loved them so much they're gone!!
Greg a year ago
Amazing, easy recipe! Will definitely make these again.
Penny Braux a year ago
easy to make and were delicious.
Megan G. a year ago
Very tasty. My family loved it. I probably would add a touch more cinnamon.
Trinity Niesing 2 years ago
I made these as a suprise for my mom and brother, it turned out really good. I will definitely make these again
Shari 2 years ago
it turned out really really good it was perfect awesome the best
Cindy B 2 years ago
It was great wanted to use brioche but couldn't find it so used Hawaiian slider buns instead Worked great just enough sweetness. Great substitute for brioche
Sara 2 years ago
Easy to make like the crunch sides better than a traditional bake. make sure to really grease the pan they stick
Jacklyn C. 2 years ago
Cute Idea. I used "stale" Texas toast (left slices on baking sheet out in the kitchen for a few hours) and cubed it up. If you aren't big on Syrup, definitely add more sugar.
Gracee Dejoras 2 years ago
lack of sugar but that's fine. I think it is because of the added maple syrup if you add some
Savanah Greenwood 2 years ago
Was fun and delicious. Didn’t have cubed bread so cut 9 slices of bread and fit in the muffin tin of 12. Kids loved it. Would cook slightly longer (5 or so minutes) because it was still wet inside, but that probably was because I did not used stale bread. Overall, very good!
Teresa M. 2 years ago
The kids loved it. My husband loved it!
Karen Olson 2 years ago
they were yummy. I need to try a thicker bread next time