Peach Cobbler French Toast Sticks


At every meal I address the question “How can we add more fruits and vegetables to this meal!” The answers obviously get creative. Sometimes they turn out amazing, and sometimes it’s a total fail.

So, with a box full of mini-peaches, given to us by my mom, that question was obviously answered with peaches.

Baby Peaches

My family got home from church yesterday and of course they were “Starving”.  With plenty of peaches on hand, coupled with an abundance of eggs and bread, we decided to have French Toast.   The French Toast turned out delicious, and it was another way we can add more fruit to our day.  And who doesn’t love breakfast for dinner, right?

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Here is our final recipe:

  • 10 slices whole wheat bread
  • 8 eggs
  • 2 tsp cinnamon
  • 2 TBL Peach juice (we juiced one of our boxes of peaches, so it was easy)
  • 2 TBL Milk
  • 2 tsp vanilla


  • 3 lbs peaches
  • 1 cup plain Greek Yogurt

Break eggs into a shallow dish and add cinnamon, peach juice, Milk, and vanilla.  Mix thoroughly.

Soak each slice of bread in egg mixture on both sides.

Cook soaked bread in a hot skillet until egg is no longer runny.

Combine peaches and yogurt and use to top French Toast, or use as a dip.

I love recipes like this because it can be modified seasonally.  As soon as Apples are at peak season, we can make Apple Pie French Toast!

Peach Cobbler French Toast Sticks

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Thanks so much Amy for creating a healthy world for our children. I am a Mum of 4 under 7 and have recently embarked on a clean eating and fit lifestyle. Amazing how the kids quickly follow suit when presented with amazing colours and choices of fresh food. Thanks so much for the inspiration xxDani

Ah, yes! You just inspired me to make french toast this morning, instead of pulling out a frozen waffle… you rock Amy!

Honestly, that is some VERY light colored WW bread…looks more like French bread. Care to share the brand? Or did you make it yourself? Just curious.