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    Cheryl Guest

    Default Freezing french toast for later

    I bought a loaf of Italian bread, one of those loafs they sell in a
    paper sack that isn't sealed. I had some plans for it but never
    followed through so tonight I made up some slices of french toast that
    included not just eggs and milk, but some egg nog, too. I froze the
    slices to cook up later, probably Christmas morning.

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    sf Guest

    Default Re: Freezing french toast for later

    On Tue, 11 Dec 2012 00:48:55 -0500, Cheryl <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    > I bought a loaf of Italian bread, one of those loafs they sell in a
    > paper sack that isn't sealed. I had some plans for it but never
    > followed through so tonight I made up some slices of french toast that
    > included not just eggs and milk, but some egg nog, too. I froze the
    > slices to cook up later, probably Christmas morning.


    I would have made bread pudding.

    --
    Food is an important part of a balanced diet.

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    Steve Pope Guest

    Default Re: Freezing french toast for later

    Cheryl <[email protected]> wrote:

    >I bought a loaf of Italian bread, one of those loafs they sell in a
    >paper sack that isn't sealed. I had some plans for it but never
    >followed through so tonight I made up some slices of french toast that
    >included not just eggs and milk, but some egg nog, too. I froze the
    >slices to cook up later, probably Christmas morning.


    Sounds great -- French or Italian bread makes the best French toast.

    Steve

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    Sqwertz Guest

    Default Re: Freezing french toast for later

    On Tue, 11 Dec 2012 00:48:55 -0500, Cheryl wrote:

    > I bought a loaf of Italian bread, one of those loafs they sell in a
    > paper sack that isn't sealed. I had some plans for it but never
    > followed through so tonight I made up some slices of french toast that
    > included not just eggs and milk, but some egg nog, too. I froze the
    > slices to cook up later, probably Christmas morning.


    Excellent idea to replace milk with egg nog in pancakes. I'm making
    this tomorrow morning.

    Or sooner.

    -sw

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    ImStillMags Guest

    Default Re: Freezing french toast for later

    On Dec 11, 1:36*am, Sqwertz <swe...@cluemail.compost> wrote:
    > On Tue, 11 Dec 2012 00:48:55 -0500, Cheryl wrote:
    > > I bought a loaf of Italian bread, one of those loafs they sell in a
    > > paper sack that isn't sealed. *I had some plans for it but never
    > > followed through so tonight I made up some slices of french toast that
    > > included not just eggs and milk, but some egg nog, too. *I froze the
    > > slices to cook up later, probably Christmas morning.

    >
    > Excellent idea to replace milk with egg nog in pancakes. I'm making
    > this tomorrow morning.
    >
    > Or sooner.
    >
    > -sw


    Not only the egg nog, try a couple big spoons full of pumpkin in there
    as well.

    At the restaurant, during the Holidays, we made pumpkin & spice
    pancakes and topped them with pumpkin seeds roasted with sugar,
    served with a rum/maple syrup (the real stuff) and a knob of honey
    butter.



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    jmcquown Guest

    Default Re: Freezing french toast for later

    On 12/11/2012 10:28 AM, ImStillMags wrote:
    > On Dec 11, 1:36 am, Sqwertz <swe...@cluemail.compost> wrote:
    >> On Tue, 11 Dec 2012 00:48:55 -0500, Cheryl wrote:
    >>> I bought a loaf of Italian bread, one of those loafs they sell in a
    >>> paper sack that isn't sealed. I had some plans for it but never
    >>> followed through so tonight I made up some slices of french toast that
    >>> included not just eggs and milk, but some egg nog, too. I froze the
    >>> slices to cook up later, probably Christmas morning.

    >>
    >> Excellent idea to replace milk with egg nog in pancakes. I'm making
    >> this tomorrow morning.
    >>
    >> Or sooner.
    >>
    >> -sw

    >
    > Not only the egg nog, try a couple big spoons full of pumpkin in there
    > as well.
    >
    > At the restaurant, during the Holidays, we made pumpkin & spice
    > pancakes and topped them with pumpkin seeds roasted with sugar,
    > served with a rum/maple syrup (the real stuff) and a knob of honey
    > butter.
    >
    >

    While I admire the creative effort, seems like a strange combination of
    flavours. Rum/maple syrup *and* honey butter... could anyone even tell
    there was pumpkin in the pancake batter?

    Jill

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    Dave Smith Guest

    Default Re: Freezing french toast for later

    On 11/12/2012 12:48 AM, Cheryl wrote:
    > I bought a loaf of Italian bread, one of those loafs they sell in a
    > paper sack that isn't sealed. I had some plans for it but never
    > followed through so tonight I made up some slices of french toast that
    > included not just eggs and milk, but some egg nog, too. I froze the
    > slices to cook up later, probably Christmas morning.



    I bought a loaf of day old bread at the bakery last week. I let it sit
    out for another day. I made some bread pudding with it one day and the
    rest went into the freezer. On Sunday I took some out and let it sit out
    for a couple hours and made French toast. Yesterday I took a couple
    pieces out to be used for stuffing for pork tenderloin.

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    gloria p Guest

    Default Re: Freezing french toast for later

    On 12/10/2012 10:48 PM, Cheryl wrote:
    > I bought a loaf of Italian bread, one of those loafs they sell in a
    > paper sack that isn't sealed. I had some plans for it but never
    > followed through so tonight I made up some slices of french toast that
    > included not just eggs and milk, but some egg nog, too. I froze the
    > slices to cook up later, probably Christmas morning.




    I think it would have a much better texture if you had frozen it after
    cooking.

    gloria p

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    Brooklyn1 Guest

    Default Re: Freezing french toast for later

    On Tue, 11 Dec 2012 22:07:48 -0700, gloria p <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    >On 12/10/2012 10:48 PM, Cheryl wrote:
    >> I bought a loaf of Italian bread, one of those loafs they sell in a
    >> paper sack that isn't sealed. I had some plans for it but never
    >> followed through so tonight I made up some slices of french toast that
    >> included not just eggs and milk, but some egg nog, too. I froze the
    >> slices to cook up later, probably Christmas morning.

    >
    >
    >
    >I think it would have a much better texture if you had frozen it after
    >cooking.


    Absolutely... freezing raw french toast when thawed it'll be like it's
    partially digested and puked up. Cook french toast before freezing,
    they sell frozen french toast that's heated from frozen in a toaster.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eAH-9...endscreen&NR=1
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pNugEymrUAU

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    Cheryl Guest

    Default Re: Freezing french toast for later

    On 12/12/2012 12:07 AM, gloria p wrote:
    > On 12/10/2012 10:48 PM, Cheryl wrote:
    >> I bought a loaf of Italian bread, one of those loafs they sell in a
    >> paper sack that isn't sealed. I had some plans for it but never
    >> followed through so tonight I made up some slices of french toast that
    >> included not just eggs and milk, but some egg nog, too. I froze the
    >> slices to cook up later, probably Christmas morning.

    >
    >
    >
    > I think it would have a much better texture if you had frozen it after
    > cooking.


    I thought of that after they were frozen on the cookie sheet and I was
    transferring to a ziplock bag. But I figure if I put them frozen onto a
    hot pan, they will thaw by the time the first side is cooked. We'll
    see.


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