French Toast Sticks

I absolutely love making French Toast! I can eat French Toast for Breakfast, Lunch, or even Dinner. I can also have french toast as a snack or dessert with ice cream and berries. 

For this recipe, I decided instead of making French Toast slices, I decided to make French Toast Sticks. They taste exactly the same, but I felt that I had more to consume with the sticks. Essentially, I took the bread and just cut the bread into stick form.

French Toast Sticks

5 from 2 votes
Recipe by Madison Amara Course: Breakfast, Snacks, DessertDifficulty: Easy


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  • 2 large 2 eggs

  • 1/2 cup 1/2 milk

  • 1 1/2 teaspoons 1 1/2 cinnamon

  • 1/2 teaspoon 1/2 nutmeg

  • 1 teaspoon 1 pure vanilla extract

  • 8 8 (¾ inch thick) slices of Brioche

  • 2 tablespoons 2 unsalted butter


  • Slice bread into quarters to form sticks. 
  • Next, in a bowl, beat the eggs, milk, cinnamon, nutmeg, and vanilla extract until well combined.
  • Dip bread sticks into mixture and set aside.
  • In a large skillet, melt butter over medium heat. Add soaked bread and cook for 3 to 4 minutes per side. 
  • Serve your with warm maple syrup and Enjoy!

Just the smell of the butter, cinnamon, nutmeg, and vanilla extract tickled my nostrils with anticipation of envisioning myself enjoying every bite. I loved dipping the French Toast Sticks in the maple syrup while taking my own sweet time to stay in the moment and enjoy every morsel.

And, I did exactly that, because it only took mere minutes, to dip the brioche breadsticks in the dipping mixture and put the dipped French Toast Sticks in the skillet. I only had to cook each side for a few minutes until golden brown. The smell of the spices and butter permeated throughout the kitchen. 

I like to find out what other countries call the foods we eat in America. So, I did a little Google research. I found out that in the UK, they sometimes call French Toast, Eggy Bread, or Gypsy Bread. And, in France? It is called pain perdu-” lost bread.” How about Italy? According to Google: “The exact origin of French Toast was traced back to a cookbook written in fourth-century Rome, where it was called “pan dulcis.” 

One more country, just for fun and knowledge? Let’s find out what Germany calls French Toast shall we? Google says: “Armer Ritter” which means poor knight because the dish is known to be cheap to make. No matter what name a country calls French Toast, we all will be able to say: Delicious! Enjoy Every Perfect Bite!

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