Pumpkin spice french toast sticks featuring Thin Slim Foods

pumpkin spice french toast sticks

The other day I decided I wanted french toast. But not just any kind of french toast. I wanted fun and flavorful french toast. So I put my thinking cap on and made these pumpkin spice french toast sticks. Not only does the pumpkin and the spice make this a yummy, flavorful treat but the fact that it’s a finger food makes it extremely fun to eat. And much more delicious 😉

This recipe was recently featured on the Thin Slim Foods website and in their newsletter. Be sure to check out the recipe here, also!

Pumpkin spice french toast sticks

makes ~12 french toast sticks

Ingredients

2 eggs
1/4 cup pumpkin purée
1 tsp cinnamon
2 tsp liquid sweetener of choice (I used pure maple syrup)
1 tsp vanilla
2-3 slices bread, cut into strips (I used @thinslimfoods)

Directions

Combine first 4 ingredients and mix until well combined. Cut your bread into strips and dunk in the egg mixture. Cook strips on a skillet a few minutes on each side. Dunk in date caramel (recipe here).

 

More breakfast inspiration/favorites:

Chocolate muffins with peanut butter protein cheesecake filling

Pumpkin spice coffee (oat) cake

Chocolate filled pumpkin spice protein muffins

5 minute pumpkin spice donuts

5 minute pumpkin cinnamon rolls

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