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Whole Foods Earth’s Best French Toast Sticks

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If you go shop at Whole Foods with small kids and go in the frozen breakfast isle, the kids will certainly notice and want to buy the frozen french toast sticks with the big red Elmo on the box 🙂

These Homestyle french toast sticks are Earth’s Best brand.  It’s a good kid-friendly healthy breakfast option.  They are 70% organic and are an excellent source of iron, zinc and six B vitamins.

Here’s the nutritional information for Earth’s Best french toast sticks: serving size 4 sticks, 110 calories, 2.5 g total fat, 0.5 g saturated fat, zero trans fat, 5 mg cholesterol, 230 mg sodium, 19 g total carb, 1 g fiber, 5 g sugar, 3 g protein, 10% calcium, 40% iron.

Here are some great serving ideas from the back of the box of these french toast sticks:

“Sprinkle sprinkle! For added fiber and fun, give your child a small teaspoon of toasted wheat germ to sprinkle on top of their french toast sticks.

Dipping fun! Instead of syrup, provide low-fat yogurt or apple sauce for your child to use as a healthy dip.”

To cook this frozen french toast from Whole Foods, just toast it in a toaster – just like a bagel or frozen waffle.

The french toast sticks are made as big squares with the pressed-in lines that guide you to break up the french toast into sticks.  First you toast the whole french toast square in a toasted, and when it’s done, separate it into french toast sticks.  And of course, you can eat it as a whole pieces, without making sticks 🙂

Here’s the picture of the whole piece of Earth’s Best french toast, before it’s separated into sticks:

whole foods earth's best french toast

If you want to make your own french toast from scratch, check out my recipe for homemade french toast.

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