Get your kids in the kitchen with this wholesome recipe for an apple-cinnamon french toast bake for the Kid Chef Junior Cookbook! You can also get our full list of cooking recipes for kids!
We had the opportunity to review the Kid Chef Junior cookbook by Anjali Shah of Picky Eater Blog and I have to say, I am in love! This cookbook is full of beautiful pictures, easy to follow directions and real food ingredients.
There is even a spot next to each recipe for your child to rate the recipe, note who helped them make it, and includes a fun joke. The pictures include real kids making these recipes which makes it all the more attainable for my kids. They want to make all of the things (and we probably will), but we started with the apple-cinnamon french toast bake.
Recipes included in the Kid Chef Junior cookbook
- Tri-Color Ice Pops (next on our list)
- Magic Unicorn Toast
- Easy Peas-y Mac & Cheesy
- Peanut Butter Surprise Brownies
- Butterfly Quesadillas
- Lasagna Roll-ups
So much more! Seriously, all of the recipes look fun and yummy. You can grab the book here.
Ingredients for Apple-Cinnamon French Toast Bake
When we decided to make this recipe, we already have everything on hand! I didn’t have fresh berries but did have frozen strawberries in the freezer. It worked!
- Whole Wheat Bread
- Cream Cheese
- Brown Sugar
- Vanilla Extract
- Powdered Sugar
Sneak a peek at the video below to see us making this on Facebook Live (edited for time). I would love if you would hit “subscribe”, too.
We really enjoyed this recipe for apple-cinnamon french toast bake and look forward to making many more of these recipes. I have shared about cooking with kids several times in the past and really hope to raise confident cooks who can make themselves a real meal when they move out.
As mentioned above, I wholeheartedly appreciate that this cookbook includes many real-food ingredients (like whole grains). If you want to swap it out for whatever you have on hand, that’s fine, but it teaches kids to cook while using healthier ingredients. That, to me, makes all the difference. Especially now that I have an early reader who will undoubtedly want to read the recipe for himself.
Other cooking recipes for kids
- Cooking with Kids: Colorful Pita Pizzas
- Cooking with Kids: Homemade Soft Pretzels
- Cooking With Kids: Cinnamon Glazed Bananas
- Cooking with Kids: Making Popcorn
Amount Per Serving Calories 208