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Corn Flakes French Toast Sticks

These make for the perfect, quick and easy breakfast for everyone in the family!

Corn Flakes French Toast Sticks - Makes for the perfect, quick and easy breakfast for everyone in the family!

Happy Sunday! Notice anything different?

Damn Delicious has FINALLY gotten a makeover! It was way overdue and as much of a headache it’s been with the sleepless nights and continuous angry fights with CSS coding, I am very happy with it. There’s still some more work that needs to be done so if you receive a 404 error message, please bear with me. You can always contact me if you need a specific recipe.

Corn Flakes French Toast Sticks - Makes for the perfect, quick and easy breakfast for everyone in the family!

Now to celebrate the face-lift of Damn Delicious, I decided to share these epic French toast sticks that are absolutely TO DIE FOR. I was inspired by the Corn Flakes crusted French toast from the Biltmore when I stayed there for the CA ambassador trip so the minute we came home, I just had to recreate it.

Corn Flakes French Toast Sticks - Makes for the perfect, quick and easy breakfast for everyone in the family!

The Corn Flakes creates such an amazing crunchy exterior base, wonderfully complementing the fluffiness of the bread slices. And turning them into sticks just makes it more fun to eat for both kids and grown-ups!

Corn Flakes French Toast Sticks - Makes for the perfect, quick and easy breakfast for everyone in the family!

Corn Flakes French Toast Sticks

Makes for the perfect, quick and easy breakfast for everyone in the family!

10 minutes10 minutes

Ingredients:

  • 2 tablespoons unsalted butter
  • 2 large eggs
  • 2 tablespoons milk
  • 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon
  • Pinch of nutmeg
  • 4 slices bread, cut into 1-inch thick strips
  • 2 cups crushed Corn Flakes
  • Maple syrup, for serving

Directions:

  1. Melt butter in a large skillet over medium high heat.
  2. In a large bowl, whisk together, eggs, milk, vanilla, cinnamon and nutmeg.
  3. Working one at a time, dip bread strips into the egg mixture, then dredge in the crushed Corn Flakes, pressing to coat.
  4. Working in batches, add bread strips to the skillet, 3-4 at a time, and cook until evenly golden brown and crispy, about 2-3 minutes on each side.
  5. Serve immediately with maple syrup.

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60 comments

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    yummy and easy!!

  2. How many calouries is in this please? 🙂

    • Nutritional information is provided only for select and some new recipes at this time. However, if it is not available for a specific recipe, we recommend using free online resources at your discretion (you can Google “nutritional calculator”) to obtain such information. Hope that helps!

  3. Hi there!
    Thanks for posting this awesome recipe! I’m going to try it out on my husband for breakfast this Saturday. 🙂 Do you have the nutrition information listed anywhere? I couldn’t seem to find it anywhere.

    Thanks!!!

    • Nutritional information is provided only for select and new recipes at this time. However, if it is not available for a specific recipe, it is best that you use free online resources at your discretion (you can gooogle “nutritional calculator”) to obtain such information.

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  6. Do you use regular cornflakes (like Total or Special K) or sweetened cornflakes (like Frosted Flakes)?

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  9. I was looking all over for a good breakfast food for a campout! And I found one! LOOKS SO YUMMY!

  10. Just made these! This is a nice alternative to regular French Toast. I don’t make it that often but I do love it. The crunch is what makes it — and it is a special treat, esp if served with real maple syrup. YUM!

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  12. Is there supposed to be any sugar in the egg mixture? I was excited to eat these this morning, but it didn’t turn out the way I’d hoped. The syrup helped to sweeten it, but I found mine to still be bland. Any tips?

    • Rachel, the main purpose of the corn flakes is to provide that wonderful crunchy texture, not taste. I do not recommend serving these on their own – it’s just like any kind of french toast or pancake recipe – butter and syrup are needed!

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  14. Wow, excellent variation. The only other “unique” french toast recipe I’ve heard of was with garlic and grated parmesan cheese. I think after seeing this one it is pretty much taking the #1 spot.

  15. I have been looking for something like this to get my Wolfgang Puck’s Cornflake Bagel French Toast…one of the very best things I have ever eaten! I guarantee I will be trying this this weekend..thank you for sharing!

    Just found you via Pinterest ..loving the blog!

  16. This is my first visit to your blog, and I have to say I’m in love!!!! All these recipes look and sound amazing! Can’t wait to make my weekly dinner menu this week! 😀 And I’m making corn flake french toast here in about…mmm….5 mins!

  17. I make French toast with sour dough bread like this, except I use cornflakes mixed with nuts and honey granola. I crush them making them smaller us it for the coating after dipping the bread in the egg-wash. Top this with fresh sliced fruit. WONDERFUL!!!!!! It has become a Christmas morning tradition!!!!!!!

  18. I didn’t have corn flakes so I used Frosted Flakes and they were awesome. Thanks for the idea!

  19. Just wanted to say, “I loved the recipe. So did the kids.” For what it’s worth, I used ‘Texas Toast’ for my bread. Designed for French toast anyway, what I enjoy about it is its thickness, about an inch. Cutting 1″ square sticks was a breeze. Take care!

  20. I love this recipe and my husband definitely will too!! Looks so delicious 🙂

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  22. I love the new look here, mama! So pretty! And these corn flake french toast sticks look killer!!! xo

  23. Love the site makeover! It looks gorgeous. Argh, I have so much admiration for your persistence with CSS coding. I had a go at CSS the other night but swiftly gave up. It boiled my brain inside my head. I don’t know when I’ll feel brave enough to reattempt it!!
    Anyway, back to the food side of things. These french toast sticks are AMAZING. I am drooling over the gorgeous crunchy outside and the soft thick bread inside. Perfect celebratory dish for the blog makeover! Love it! xx

  24. Holy breakfast, Batman! These look aaaaaamazing.

    PS: I love the new site design! Looks fantastic. Clean and lovely.

  25. Love the makeover and LOVE the french toast tweak! I always love your photos =)

  26. Love the new look Chung-Ah! And I love these french toast sticks! I generally love french toast sticks, but these look especially yummy with the crunchy corn flakes coating. 🙂

  27. I’m loving the new look! You did this all by yourself? Impressive! You’re truly a woman of many talents. I don’t want to have anything to do with CSS haha. These french toast sticks look soo good! What a fantastic idea. Hope you have a wonderful Labor Day! Any special plans? I’m going to be one with the couch 😉

  28. Ooh, that looks incredible! Your blog looks beautiful, and so do your photos. 🙂

  29. Chung-Ah, the blog looks incredible! It’s so fun, fresh, modern, easy to navigate and just overall gorgeous. These corn flakes french toast sticks are a brilliant idea – I love how crunchy these must be. Your photos and styling are top notch as always.

  30. Love the new look! The color scheme and header are fun and appealing. It did take a while to load for me too, but no biggie…as long as you continue to provide me with great recipes! 😉

  31. Yay for the makeover! It looks awesome, Chung-Ah 🙂 These look incredible!!

  32. Congrats on the new look, love it! Um, these look unreal! Dying over that cornmeal crust!

  33. these look so fun and delicious! love the crunchiness from the corn flakes – brilliant idea!

  34. Your site has ALWAYS been gorgeous, and now it is a supermodel! (It did take about a minute to load the page, but perhaps that is just me). Love your Fr. Toast Sticks, and every damn delicious thing you post!

  35. What a fun idea for French toast! My kiddos will go crazy for this! Love the new design!

  36. Wow, this should be my b fast!! Great new look and way easier to comment 🙂

  37. CONGRATS on the new look!!! I LOVE it!

    And these french toast sticks look increeeedible!

  38. Yummy! I might have to try these! Love your new site. I use the same theme on mine. It’s awesome! 🙂

  39. The facelift is GORGEOUS and so fun. I love it!! It is so you and so pretty! Congrats! I cannot wait to go and look around!!

    I just posted french toast waffle dunkers last week and can not get enough of them. I love, love, love he cornflakes on these! A nice crunch is awesome!

  40. LOVE the new look, Chung-Ah! It’s so fun 🙂 And I’m loving these French toast sticks, too… cornflake-crusted anything is guaranteed to be delicious!

  41. I love the new look – the colours are great and it’s so bright and fresh; it really suits your blog!

  42. Those look so good! I like to have a little crunchiness when it comes to French Toast. it takes it to a whole nother level.

  43. Omg that look so yummy! What kind of bread do you use?

  44. They look incredible! I have a recipe that uses graham cracker crumbs as the breading on sweet potatoes and they taste like French toast sticks. I love how really texture-loaded yours are. Pinned! Loving the new site, too! So much faster/easier to comment on!