Pumpkin Molasses French Toast Sticks

 

I came across this recipe for  Pumpkin French Toast Sticks during one of MoneySavingMom’s Freezer Cooking Day link ups. I had to try it and they were good.  (I’m making them for this Freezer Cooking Day too).

 

But…

 

I experimented today and I really like my version better. I prefer to cook them on an electric skillet instead of baking them in the oven also.

 

 

  • If you’re using an electric skillet (or oven) go ahead and preheat to 350 degrees.  Spray your skillet or pan with a little cooking spray.

French toast sticks make for good freezer food.

Sorry, that pic isn’t better. And I’ll add, I’m not much for measuring other than eyeballing it. Thats the freedom in experimenting 😉

 

 

Do enjoy french toast sticks?

 

I mixed about

 

  • 8 oz of  canned pumpkin (about half of a 15 oz can)
  • 6 eggs
  • about a cup of milk
  • generous shaking of cinnamon and  pumpkin pie spice
  • about 3/4 cup of sugar
  • then add some molasses. For the molasses I just used the “smell” method (hehe). I added enough molasses till I thought it smelled perfect (did NOT take alot).
  • Mix it all up.


 

Cut bread vertically to make dipping sticks.

 

I got about 15 pieces of bread cut in thirds (about 45 sticks) out of that mixture. I ran out of eggs, otherwise I could’ve made more or I could have diluted the mixture also.  Dip your bread pieces in the mixture to coat and I left them in a bit longer (don’t over do it) to soak it up. This may be why mine turned out so moist 😉 .

 


 

They took a little while to cook, several minutes at least, just watch them. My main concern is to get the egg part cooked well enough so I may have overdone them a little bit but they turned out so moist and delicious that I ate some without any syrup. They were that good!

 

 

Pumpkin-Molasses French Toast Sticks:  eat now or freeze for later.

 

But of course, they were so much better with some syrup to dip into!

 

*Also linking to ThingsILoveThursdaysTutorial Tuesdays.
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7 Comments

  1. Hello, I want to welcome YOU to SITS, it’s an honor to have you there.

    I love these toasts,they are so so delicious, and easy and fast to make, my Grandma used to make them before the school..good memories… I love to drink hot chocolate with them…

    AgyTalks
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  2. Welcome to SITS! These look freakin awesome. This girl needs some toast now, even if I have to settle for strawberry jelly on wheat. :)
    .-= Heather´s last blog ..Happy Easter! =-.

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  3. Yum! These look delicious–a perfect way to use up pumpkin this time of year!

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  4. I am going to have to give this a try! These look soooo good and I can almost taste them now. Thanks for sharing your recipe and showing pictures to go with it!

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