BLW French Toast Sticks Quick Easy Recipe

BLW French Toast Sticks is a quick and easy breakfast for babies and toddlers. A perfect breakfast to encourage baby-led-weaning using just a few ingredients available in your pantry. You can choose to make it with or without milk as per your preference and make it a good family meal.

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This is a typical breakfast my kids enjoy it. And I love the fact it is quick and simple to do and serve it with fresh fruits and berries. For my pre-schooler, I even cut them into shapes as she finds it more attractive. This happens to be our best family meal on the weekends.

Most paediatrician now asks to introduce eggs early to avoid any kinds of allergies to be developed with the delay. French Toast & Scrambled eggs are the best way to introduce eggs to baby and also encourage baby-led-weaning.

What you need to make french toast for kids?

Here are some simple ingedients that mostly are available in your pantry to make french toast for kids:

  • Eggs – An essential ingredient that is high in protein and healthy for kids. I have used 2 eggs to make these french toast.
  • Milk/ Cream – It is totally optional to use milk, spoon of cream or cream cheese as some babies might be intolerant. You can choose to use almond milk or oat milk as an alternative.
  • Vanilla Extract – A drop of vannilla extract adds flavour that your baby will enjoy.
  • Butter – A generous amount of butter to smear on the pan while toasting the bread.
  • Whole wheat Bread – I prefer to use whole wheat bread cut into shapes and I cut the sides as they can be a choking hazard for babies.
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Instructions to make BLW French Toast Sticks

  • In a bowl, beat 2 eggs.
  • Add milk and vanilla extract and whisk well using a fork or a whisker.
  • Meanwhile, cut bread into shapes.
  • Heat a pan and add generous amount of butter to melt.
  • Dip in each pieces of bread in the egg mixture and toast them on the pan.
  • Alternately you can even choose to air fry the toast in air fryer and add butter while serving it to baby.
  • Serve the french toast sticks to baby with banana and other fruits they like.
  • I have caramelized banana in this recipe using butter and maple syrup in this recipe.

Tips French Toast Recipe

  • You can freeze the french toast in an airtight bag and use a toaster to toast them.
  • Cut them into strips by cutting the edges. For babies who are learning to use fork, you can cut into small squares.I prefer cutting into shapes for my picky eating preschooler.
  • Serve along with peanut butter or thick fat yoghurt and choice of fruits.

FAQs BLW Eggs

1. Can my 6 month old eat french toast?

Yes but with a few precautions. The experts recommend introducing eggs when you start solids at around 6 months. It best to consult doctor if there are any egg allergies in the family. Introducing bread can be confusing as it is one of the choking hazard to look for. But a toasted bread with sides cut is a safer way as proven by experts. Which makes this french toast a best way to introduce egg and toast for babies.

2. Is French Toast Healthy for kids?

French toast contains eggs and milk which are high protein and fat that is essential in a kids diet. Unless your child has been asked to watch their diet by doctor, it is perfectly healthy for babies, toddlers and kids.

3. What can I give my 6 month old for breakfast?

Here are some simple recipes free from allergens that you can try to introduce for your baby at 6 months:

  • Baby Banana Pancakes – Made with just 3 simple ingredients, this is one the best BLW foods loved by my kids.
  • Scrambled eggs – Soft and fluffy scrambled eggs are a great breakfast with high nutrition and no milk added to it.
  • Healthy & Easy Banana Bread – Made using a few simple ingredients from your pantry, this banana bread can be made in 10 mins. Easy to carry and a great lunch box recipe.
  • Fenugreek Flatbread – An Indian recipe filled with nutrition and flavours let your baby enjoy their breakfast. The best thing is this flatbread can be stored for a very long time & easy for travel and lunch boxes.
  • Avocado Flatbread – With just 2 ingredients, avocado flatbread makes a healthier option for babies. And the soft texture helps with baby-led-weaning.
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BLW French Toast Sticks

Rashmi Madhwaraj
easy breakfast for babies and toddlers. A perfect breakfast to encourage baby-led-weaning using just a few ingredients available in your pantry. You can choose to make it with or without milk as per your preference and make it a good family meal.
Prep Time 5 mins
Cook Time 5 mins
Total Time 10 mins
Course Breakfast
Cuisine American, French
Servings 2 kids

Ingredients
  

  • 2 Eggs
  • 2 tbsp Milk or Cream
  • 1 drop Vanilla Essence
  • Butter (to smear the pan)
  • 2 slices Bread

Instructions
 

  • In a bowl, beat 2 eggs.
  • Add milk and vanilla extract and whisk well using a fork or a whisker.
  • Meanwhile, cut bread into shapes.
  • Heat a pan and add generous amount of butter to melt.
  • Dip in each pieces of bread in the egg mixture and toast them on the pan.
  • Alternately you can even choose to air fry the toast in air fryer and add butter while serving it to baby.
  • Serve the french toast sticks to baby with banana and other fruits they like.
  • I have caramelized banana in this recipe using butter and maple syrup in this recipe.

Notes

  • You can freeze the french toast in an airtight bag and use a toaster to toast them.
  • Cut them into strips by cutting the edges. For babies who are learning to use fork, you can cut into small squares.I prefer cutting into shapes for my picky eating preschooler.
  • Serve along with peanut butter or thick fat yoghurt and choice of fruits.
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