French Toast Balls

 

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Happy Christmas Eve Eve. We are only two days away & it has been a busy & exciting holiday so far. I am thrilled that we have the next few days off together as a family because it is so rare. Yesterday, there was a party for the kids at a Polish club from my husband’s home town. Mai saw Santa for the third time this season.                                                       She was still not impressed.

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With all of the excitement from yesterday, Mai hardly ate a thing. As you all already know if you tune in with me often, she is not the best eater. This morning I wanted to ensure that she had a good breakfast before we headed out for some last minute Christmas shopping. There is one thing that I know about my toddler, she loves to eat anything bite sized. She is a snacker. It is not the same if I cut in to small pieces. It has to be a bite sized morsel on it’s own. She knows the difference.

One of my favorite breakfast foods is French toast. My daughter likes it too…sometimes. It depends on her mood. This morning we had an idea to form our French toast into little balls. Our hopes were that it would make her breakfast more appetizing. Will it work?

French Toast Balls

Wheat bread

Eggs

Cinnamon

Powdered sugar

Preheat oven to 375.

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Beat eggs slightly.

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Remove crusts from bread & cut into quarters.

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Roll into a bite sized ball with your fingers.

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Place balls into beaten egg. Let sit for a couple of minutes to absorb the egg. Scoop the balls out.

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Dip into a mixture of cinnamon & powdered sugar.

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Place on a greased cooking tray & bake until golden brown & slightly crispy on the outside.

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Watch your munchkin enjoy.

She loved helping mommy make them & she loved eating them too. I even got a “Mmmmmmm” out of her this morning. Try our quick and easy trick for your finicky toddler.

Try it with cinnamon raisin bread too.

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Related Topics:

http://gwwministry.wordpress.com/2013/12/23/cream-cheese-cinnamon-rolls/

http://beingmrspierce.wordpress.com/2013/12/23/pumpkin-streusel-coffee-cake-new-recipe-103/

http://zosedesigns.wordpress.com/2013/12/23/christmas-pancakes/

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38 Responses to French Toast Balls

  1. I totally pinned for my picky eater and am so going to make these now. Thank you for sharing, because I seriously am always on the lookout for easy to make, but also foods that she would eat, too. And Merry Christmas to you and your family!! 🙂

  2. cindy b says:

    Yummy! French toast is my favorite breakfast! You can bet I will be trying this out very soon! thanks so much for sharing and Happy Holidays! xo xo

  3. Reblogged this on British Blokes Cooking and commented:
    What a totally brilliant idea! Have sent link to our niece as she has a ‘snacky’ bite sized toddler. But also kept link for us, as a great sweet party food idea, thanks!

  4. The Editor says:

    Reblogged this on Recipe Reblog.

  5. Oh my, these look delicious and a great way to have a social breakfast Christmas morning.

  6. This looks so yummy! My son loves French Toast, but he always eat so much, the balls will be a great portion size! Love it!

  7. Susannah says:

    These sound great! What an awesome idea! 🙂

  8. Ashley M says:

    We celebrated Christmas a few days early at our house, Sunday, and made French toast and all the extras as a special breakfast, I love the idea of turning them into pop-able balls.

  9. Sounds delicious and it looks like she agrees!

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  11. Lexie Lane says:

    I love french toast and I love donut holes. Never thought of combining the idea! This is great! So easy to do!

  12. Deena Kakaya says:

    Great idea, my toddler loves crunchy textures x

  13. Natasha says:

    I absolutely love this idea! My son is also a picky eater and loves bite-sized snacks. Like your daughter, he’s a true snacker! I’ll definitely be trying this!

    Thanks so much for sharing on Turn It Up Tuesday! We love having you! 🙂

  14. This is a great idea. One thing I learned is that children love things that fit in their hand, whether it’s a toy or food. When my grandson was born I realized whenever I gave him something small he loved it and held on to it so if it’s food then it’s definitely a winner. Thanks for sharing this on Foodie Friends Friday Best of Party 2013.
    I’ll be pinning and sharing on my FB page this weekend.

    We look forward to seeing you again soon,
    Joanne

  15. Wow, these look so easy to make and look delicious too! Definately making these this week for my fussy toddler, and I may have a few too 😉 Hope you guys had a wonderful Christmas and all the best for 2014! 🙂

  16. So simple and delicious! Pinned and shared on Facebook 🙂 Thanks for linking up to Freedom Fridays!

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  18. G’day! What a GREAT idea! YUM!
    Thanks for sharing at the Foodie Friends Friday Best of 2013 Party!
    Cheers! Joanne

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