French Toast Kids Cooking Party

A French toast kids cooking party can be an easy and fun way for kids to get an hands on cooking experience.
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French Toast Kids Cooking Activity

Write down the French Toast recipe. Create one for each child that will be at the party. This will give them each a chance to follow the recipe while they are preparing the menu. It is also a good idea to include an extra one for them to take home so they can impress their own family with what they learned at the party.

Once you know the number of children coming go through the list of things needed especially utensils, bowls, etc. If you need extra ask friends or family if you can borrow some items for your French Toast kids cooking party.

Items Needed for a French Toast Kids Cooking Party:

  • Mixing Bowl and mixer or bowl and wooded spoon
  • Griddle pan
  • Whisk
  • 1 set of teaspoons
  • Set of tablespoons
  • 1 set of cups
  • Actual recipe ingredients
  • Pastry brushes
  • Paper plates, cups and eating utensils

French Toast Kids Cooking Party Planning To Do List:

Two weeks ahead:
  • Send out invitations
  • Order/sew/buy aprons or chef hats

  • One week ahead:
  • Make your shopping list for the party
  • Buy non perishable items, goody bags and any craft supplies you need if you are decorating aprons or hats
  • Prepare chef hats ahead of time

  • Several days ahead:
  • Put your goody bags together
  • Get a final number of how many children are coming to the party

  • One to two days ahead:
  • Do your grocery shopping for the remaining items

  • Day before:
  • Prepare party cake if you are having one

  • Morning of party:
  • Line kitchen tables or any large table with a plastic tablecloth or white butcher paper.

  • Set table with ingredients
  • Slice bread if not already done

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French Toast Recipe

  • 6 eggs
  • 1 Cup milk
  • 2 Tablespoons vanilla extract
  • 1 Tablespoon cinnamon
  • Loaf of French Bread sliced
french toast with blueberries
Work together as a team and assign different tasks to each child so everyone has a turn adding or stirring. In a mixing bowl add eggs, milk, vanilla and cinnamon. Stir together. If you are working with a younger group of kids have an adult cook the French toast while the kids work on the homemade syrup ingredients. Heat griddle pan and soak each side of French bread. Place on griddle and cook each side several minutes.

Strawberry French Toast

Dress up your French toast by sandwiching in a strawberry cream filling. Makes 3-4 sandwiches.
  • 8 oz. cream cheese
  • 1/4 Cup powdered sugar
  • 1 tsp vanilla
  • fresh strawberry slices
In a mixing bowl, add cream cheese, sugar and vanilla. Blend together until smooth. Spread on a slice of bread. Add strawberry slices. Top with another piece of bread. Cook like you would French toast.
strawberry french toast

Try an Honey Orange French Toast recipe.

Homemade Maple Syrup Recipe

  • ¾ Cup White Sugar
  • ¾ Cup Brown sugar
  • 1 Cup corn syrup
  • 1 Cups water
  • 1 teaspoon maple extract
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
In large saucepan have kids take turns adding syrup ingredients. Start with white sugar, brown sugar, corn syrup and add water. Have an adult cook on the stove top stirring until sugar is dissolved about 10 minutes. While waiting for French toast and syrup to cook, prepare another recipe you have planned, decorate aprons, chef hats or play cooking games. When syrup is done cooking add in maple and vanilla extract. Allow to cool slightly.
homemade maple syrup
For more syrup ideas see our crepes kids party page for a chocolate syrup recipe and a strawberry syrup recipe.
Looking for pancake recipes to use instead?

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