Vanâ€™s Foods Cinnamon French Toast Sticks
Yesterday was National French Toast Day.
If you're eating Gluten free, you do have some options for French Toast:
- Vans Foods French Toast Sticks
- Ians Natural Gluten Free French Toast Sticks
- Schar French Toast Sticks
Van's Foods Cinnamon French Toast Sticks
My five-year-old daughter really loves Van's Foods Cinnamon French Toast Sticks. We have a couple of boxes in the freezer in our basement, always making sure that they are always available.
We find that they are better served with a nice dab of Nutella on the side. She actually prefers that way.
We have tried Hershey spreadable chocolate, but they don't taste the same. Hershey Spreadable chocolate is perfect for other things, just doesn't do well with Cinnamon French Toast sticks.
The French toast are perfect for dipping.
You put the pre-slice bread in the toaster for about a minute, and then take them out and separate around the chocolate. I find they taste better when you click the frozen button on the toaster.
If your kindergarten has celiac is looking for a good breakfast treat, stock up on Van's Foods Cinnamon French Toast Sticks.
The Cinnamon French Toast Sticks are expensive (~$5 for 12 slices) to have every day for breakfast. They are a great treat when you're looking for something different than the usual cold cereal.
They are also nice snack on a really cold day.