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Raisin Waffle Toast

Good Monday morning!  The sun is shining in through the windows on this beautiful start to the first full week of fall.... a great morning for a waffle breakfast!  

My kids love waffles!  They also love raisin bread!  Last week while recipe hunting I stumbled upon this neat twist on a waffle breakfast that incorporates both... "Raisin Waffle Toast".  It was a very simple fix that took just minutes to prepare and put on the table. 

Raisin Waffle Toast
3 eggs
3 tbsp milk
2 tbsp packed brown sugar
1/4 tsp vanilla extract
6-8 slices raisin bread

Heat waffle iron.  Whisk together eggs, milk, brown sugar and vanilla in a shallow dish.  Dip raisin bread into egg mix.  Place in waffle iron, close and grill until golden and baked through.

I served the waffle toast with an easy raspberry smoothie.  Christian has a smoothie every morning for breakfast.  It's a great way to get his servings of fruit and diary in one glass.  

Raspberry Smoothie
1/2 small banana, 1/4 cup raspberries, 1/2 cup milk

Slice the bananas into the blender.Add raspberries & milk.  Blend until smooth.

Christian gobbled up the Raisin Waffle Toast, with a drizzle of syrup and slurped down his smoothie before he caught the school bus.  He said that it tasted delicious and wanted to have it again next week.  I love it when a good breakfast comes together.


  1. Sorry that it's been a while since I visited your blog, but this is a fantastic idea! Hope your winter has been as mild as ours has and that you are all doing well. All is well here in North Carolina...we just found out that we will be stationed here for another 4 years and that our oldest son will be joining the Coast Guard to become a chef!


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