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Prep time: about 15 minutes
Serving size: 1 slice
Nutritional analysis (per serving):
6 g protein
9 g fat
13 g carbohydrate
0 g fiber
107 mg cholesterol
218 mg sodium
80 mg calcium
1.1 mg iron
Note: Nutritional analysis may vary depending on ingredient brands used.
Eat your French toast with powdered sugar, cinnamon, maple syrup, jelly, or fruit on top.
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Learn how to make French toast in this kid-friendly recipe!
Use our printable breakfast planning sheet to select healthy foods that satisfy your taste buds and meet your time constraints.
You’re up and at ’em – but are you old enough to make your own breakfast?
Inviting kids into the kitchen to help you cook can be a great way to create quality together time and help your child learn and refine some basic skills.
Why encourage school-age kids to join you in the kitchen? Because the lessons learned there can be helpful both at home and in school.
Why is food safety important? And how can you be sure your kitchen and the foods you prepare in it are safe?
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Note: All information is for educational purposes only. For specific medical advice, diagnoses, and treatment, consult your doctor.
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