Food Storage French Toast

Food Storage French Toast From Simple Family Preparedness:

French toast is adored at our house.  Yes.  Adored.  All six of us love it.  Everyone requests it for the birthday breakfast.  We often have it for dinner.  Overnight guests enjoy it for breakfast.  We might be addicted.

This is one meal I know I need to be able to make anytime, even if I’ve run out of eggs or forgot to buy the french bread, or we are having difficult times financially and need to live off our food storage.  We MUST have french toast.

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And this 100% food storage french toast is DELISH!  I guess I shouldn’t be that surprised.  I mean, we enjoy tasty meals with our food storage regularly, but I was somewhat surprised.  I just wasn’t really sure I’d be able to re-create our beloved french toast with homemade wheat bread, and powdered eggs.  But I think we actually liked it better.  The homemade bread was so dense and moist.  YUMMY!

Scrambled Egg Mix/Whole Egg Powder

For this food storage french toast, I used the scrambled egg mix instead of the whole egg powder.  The whole egg powder is wonderful in baking (I actually like it better than fresh eggs), but I find that when it use it in cooking instead of baking, it has that weird aftertaste you expect from food storage eggs.  But the scrambled eggs mix tastes just like scrambled eggs!  I can’t tell the difference.  As a bonus, it is still 100% eggs (unlike many other brands of scrambled egg mix), just processed differently from the whole egg powder (using less heat).  While the scrambled egg mix is more expensive, I think it is worth it to store for situations like this!

Make Your Own

And now, how to make your own lovely 100% food storage french toast:

Slice a loaf of homemade bread into 1 – 1/2 inch thick slices, and gather all your other ingredients.

Food Storage French Toast Ingredients

Heat a griddle to medium high while you mix scrambled egg powder, water, cinnamon, and Allspice, and pour onto a plate or shallow bowl.

Food Storage French Toast Egg Mixture

Dip each piece of bread (both sides) into egg mixture making sure it gets very wet!

Dipping Food Storage French Toast

Place each piece of bread on the griddle and cook until egg mixture browns.  It takes a bit longer than it does with fresh eggs.

Cooking Food Storage French Toast

Top with your favorite toppings and enjoy!

Food Storage French Toast from Simple Family Preparedness:

Food Storage French Toast
Recipe Type: Breakfast
Cuisine: American
Author: Misty
  • 1 loaf [url href=””]homemade bread[/url]
  • 3/4 cup [url href=””]Thrive scrambled egg powder[/url]
  • 1 cup + 2 Tbsp. water
  • 1 tsp. allspice
  • 1 tsp. cinnamon
  1. Slice bread into 1 1/4 inch slices.
  2. Heat griddle to medium high.
  3. Mix eggs, water, Allspice, and cinnamon together.
  4. Dip each slice of bread into egg mixture, on both sides.
  5. After bread is wet, place on griddle and cook until browned on both sides.
  6. Top with something yummy and enjoy!

Becky is a wildlife enthusiast and pet and livestock care expert with a diploma in canine nutrition. With over a decade of experience in animal welfare, Becky lends her expertise to Simple Family Preparedness through insightful info about pets, livestock, bee keeping, and the practicalities of homesteading.

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