{Tyke Bites} Banana Bread French Toast & More!

Welcome back to Tyke Bites, my new series on a day of meals for the quads!

Alright, so I can't take credit for this genius idea. My nanny is actually the one who invented it for breakfast one morning then shared the goodness with me. It only took about three months for me to finally getting around to making some fresh banana bread (I've been trying new recipes using whole grain flour, honey and applesauce, instead of sugar and oil) and give it a shot the next morning. And let me tell you, banana bread french toast is delicious.

I treat it the same way I make regular French toast, with my very exact recipe. Two egg whites, a glug or two of milk, a generous helping of sugar and cinnamon and a hot pan. Told you, it's pretty exact. ;)

(Pardon the off-color in these breakfast photos, guess the lighting wasn't so great in my kitchen that morning. And the bread on the kid's plates looks super dark!)




Needless to say, breakfast was a delicious combo of scrambled eggs, bananas and banana bread French toast drizzled with honey!


It was a late breakfast that particular morning, so we did a light snack of a couple animal cookies.


Lunch consisted of grilled cheese, sweet potato puffs (I like the all-natural Alexia brand in the frozen foods section at the grocery store), apples, raspberries and clementines.


The quad's afternoon snack was honey nut cheerios, raisins and a couple frosted animal cookies.


The dinner menu on this day is quickly becoming a favorite around here, the husband requested it! I made my Greek one pot chicken pasta and served it with cheese, raspberries and blackberries for the babies. They wolfed it down!


Find any new snacks your tyke(s) is loving? I'm always searching for fresh, fun additions to our menu, so please share any ideas in the comments section!
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7 comments:

  1. Next time you are in the baking mood make a loaf of cinnamon raisin bread, and have that as french toast, or get a loaf of cinnamon raisin bread at Costco, not healthy I am sure but makes yummy french toast :)
    Enjoy your Mom and LD visit today, always look forward to her posting about her Quadville Wednesday .
    Thanks for sharing:)

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  2. That one pot chicken pasta looks fabulous :)

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  3. How incredibly interesting! I love seeing how you feed your LOs! :)

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  4. I really like those plates. Where are they from?

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    1. They are boon edgeless saucer plates, got them on amazon!

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  5. I enjoy the food ideas. Love those dishes. Wondering if they can be put into the dishwasher and where they can be purchased?

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    1. They are boon edgeless saucer plates, got them on amazon! Dishwasher safe!

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