Before you can make French toast, you will need some batter. After preparing this mixture, you can dip the bread and place it in the toaster. Apart from giving it an incredible look, the batter also makes the bread taste amazing.

You might prepare more than enough batter for the bread. When this happens, what would you do?

Some people might dump the mixture in the trash while others might make an unwanted batch of french toast. In most cases, people do not know what to do with the batter.

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What to Do with Leftover French Toast Batter: 8 Cool Ideas

However, French toast batter is not entirely useless. If you look hard enough, you will find many things that you can do with it.

Do you have some leftover toast batter in your home? Then try the following recipes

1. Turn It into an Calvados Omelette

If you have extra french toast batter, you can use it to prepare an omelette. But before you cook the dish, you will need some calva or apple brandy. Since it contains alcohol, this meal is ideal for adults.

Ingredients

  • Butter
  • Sugar
  • Calvados
  • Leftover French Toast Batter

Recipe

  • Allow some butter to melt in a non-stick frying pan.
  • Wait for the butter to foam, then add some french toast batter. Then allow the mixture to set properly.
  • Fry the omelette and allow the bottom to turn golden brown. If it has turned to a golden brown, flip the omelette to the other end.
  • Add a tablespoon of brandy to the pan.
  • Ignite the alcohol by using the flame from the cooker.
  • Wait for the flames to burn out then serve on a plate.
  • Add some sugar and butter to the omelette.

2. Make Some Cheater Crepes

Do you have some toast batter mix and tortillas? Then you should pair these ingredients to make some cheater crepes. Even if this crepe does not look like traditional types, it tastes good enough to place on your breakfast table.

Ingredients

  • Leftover french toast batter
  • Whipping Cream
  • Flour tortillas

Recipe

  • Set the griddle to medium heat.
  • Pour the leftover French toast batter into a baking dish and set it on the griddle.
  • Add some whipping cream to the batter and mix properly.
  • Dip the tortilla in the barter/whipping cream mixture and fry. Remove if both sides turn to a golden brown.

3. Make Some Ice Cream and Caramel  Toast

Instead of using the same recipe for your french toast, you can make some changes and enjoy new dishes. For instance, you can add some ice- cream to the toast made from the leftovers. If you want to try this recipe, you should use these steps.

Ingredients

  • Leftover French toast barter
  • Caramel topping
  • Cocoa powder
  • Breadcrumbs
  • Bread
  • Ice Cream

Recipe

  • Dip the bread into the leftover french toast mixture
  • Cover the bread in breadcrumbs
  • Fry the bread in oil until the edges turn brown
  • Divide the bread in half and top with caramel, ice cream, and cocoa powder.

4. Make Extra French Toast

If you store french toast batter properly, it should last until your next breakfast. During this period, it serves as the right ingredient for some French toast. If you want a simple but tasty French toast, use the following recipe.

Recipe

  • Cinnamon
  • Vanilla extract
  • Egg
  • Bread
  • Milk

Ingredients

  1. Mix all the ingredients – except the bread
  2. Put the bread into the mixture, allow both sides to stay coated.
  3. Heat until it becomes brown on both sides. Serve with syrup.

5. Make Some French Toast Monkey Bread

Instead of using bread, you can dip some biscuits into leftover french toast batter. As expected, these ingredients can create an amazing dessert. Known as the French toast monkey bread, this pastry does not require much work.

Ingredients

  • Biscuits, refrigerated
  • Salt
  • Butter
  • Maple Syrup
  • Leftover French Toast Batter

Recipe

  • Heat the oven and coat the pan with non-cooking spray.
  • Break the biscuit into smaller pieces and dip into the leftover French batter
  • Put the biscuits into the coated pan
  • Get a separate bowl then add syrup and butter. Heat the bowl with a microwave. If the butter starts to melt, take out the plate from the microwave.
  • Drizzle the biscuits with butter syrup. Then bake the biscuits until they turn brown.
  • Allow to cool, then serve with syrup and sugar.

6. Store the Leftover Toast Batter

If you don’t feel like making any toast, you should store the batter properly. For this task, simply place the batter in a clean, airtight container. Most times, a well-kept barter can last for long periods.

7. Make a Fruity Toasted Sandwich

Even if the regular french toast tastes good, you would like to try out new recipes. If yes, add some fruit to your recipe and get a new type of toast.

Ingredients

  • Leftover French Toast Batter
  • Nutella/Peanut Butter
  • Strawberries Or Bananas, mashed
  • Sliced Bread

Recipe

  • Make a sandwich with the bread, fruit, and Nutella/peanut butter
  • Dip the sandwich into the leftover batter.
  • Fry and serve

8. Prepare some Challah Bread Toast

A few slices of challah bread with fruits and nuts will impress your tastebuds. You can even make them tastier with french toast mix.  Now, these steps can help you prepare this dish.

Ingredients

  • Banana
  • Olive Oil
  • Honey
  • Pecans/Almonds
  • Chocolate
  • Confectioner’s sugar

Recipe

  • Fry three bananas for two minutes with olive oil
  • Add some honey and water to the pan
  • Cut the challah bread into slices
  • Put the banana/honey mixture on the bread and fry both sides
  • Top with nuts or chocolate

Did French Toast Come from France?

No, french toast did not come from France. Instead, it came from an American – Joseph French. However, a variation of this meal was found in the Roman empire.

Wrapping Up

French toast is a popular meal on many tables. But many people do not know what to do with the egg mixture.

Several recipes use french toast batter. You can try these meals and see if they taste better than regular french toast.

About the Author Dwight Donovan

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