Daughter A loooooves French toast for breakfast. So does Daughter M, but she likes anything, and I mean anything for breakfast.
Back to Daughter A. I try to make things she likes to eat because at almost 3 years-old, she is the pickiest eater on the block. A couple of times a month I make a batch of pancakes or French toast and they both eat that for breakfast for the week. Or I freeze some, depending. They also like their fresh fruits for breakfast but this gives me a good jumping-off point for a meal.
A is very into helping in the kitchen so we got out our ingredients and went to town. Here is what you will need:
1. Put M down for a nap, first and foremost. One year-olds would like to help in the kitchen very very much, but the whole fire safety thing really eludes them. The first thing she does when she is allowed in the kitchen is to stick her tiny little fingers right on the burners. If you don’t have a little M, continue on to Step 2.
2. Slice your Challah bread. Challah bread, I find, makes the absolute tastiest French toast. I know, I know, there are a lot of cultures going on in this meal, but we’re a family of many cultures, so it is okay.