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  • I found them at our local Piggly Wiggly grocery store for around $2
  • I'm not sure if there was a way to avoid this (like by making them using another method) but the French toast sticks came out pretty chewy and, as a result, were somewhat difficult for my girls to eat unless I cut them up into very small bites for them
  • This is not a problem I have with most other brands

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      Product Description: Box of frozen cinnamon French Toast sticks. I found them at our local Piggly Wiggly grocery store for around $2.

      What I liked about this product: Both of my daughters love cinnamon and, when I went to the store this morning, I was looking for something that would offer enough cinnamon/sugar flavor for them to actually eat breakfast in a reasonable amount of time rather than pick at


      it for half the morning while I kept reminding them to eat their food.

      This product fell perfectly into that category.

      There was enough cinnamon/sugar on these to allow me to serve them without having to add syrup or more cinnamon (like with many other brands).

      These were also pretty easy to make.

      I just had to put them in the microwave for about a minute.

      This is also important ...


      • to me because, when they are hungry, my daughters can be a bit impatient and aren’t going to wait for much longer than that minute.

        What I didn’t like about this product: I’m not sure if there was a way to avoid this (like by making them using another method) but the French toast sticks came out pretty chewy and, as a result, were somewhat difficult for my girls to

        eat unless I cut them up into very small bites for them.

        This is not a problem I have with most other brands.

        My Final Opinion: This is an OK cheap brand if you are looking for something to make for breakfast that doesn’t take a great deal of time.

        However, if you have young children, you might have to supervise them a bit to make sure they don’t choke while trying to chew these.




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