Today is another day of Deepavali holiday for the girls. I just found out from Alycia in the car this morning that her holiday ends today while Cass and Drama Queen have another day of holiday tomorrow. WTF?!! I thought I was going to have another day of sleeping in tomorrow morning, but my holiday officially ends today too *boo hoo hoo hoo*
We had Indian food again today (all of us except for Drama Queen who preferred to stay home since she has to abstain from spicy and heaty food).
I didn’t know what to takeout for Drama Queen. Everything sold outside is oily and has MSG, which is a big NO NO for someone recovering from inflamed tonsilitis. So I got back empty-handed and told Drama Queen that I was going to prepare French Toast Sticks and Bites for her since we’ve got so much bread left in the fridge. I got her to help in the preparation. But Cass and the Big Princess wanted to play masak-masak in the kitchen too, so it was a bit of havoc in the kitchen with too many hands. But the girls had fun with their masak-masak which churned out really delish French Toast. It was so delish that the girls could not get enough of it and they finished off the entire loaf of bread for French Toast! One loaf has 13 slices of bread! 😀
Dust some vanilla powder or cinnamon powder on the sticks just before serving…
And drizzle maple syrup over…
Alycia cut her bread into cubes and heart shape and I could even saute the bread on the pan. Bite-size French Toast seems to taste better as they are crispier and easier to pop into the mouth.
I thought that Cass and Alycia were already pretty stuffed from tosei rawa and chicken Murtabak with curry fish but they stuffed in several slices of French Toasts when they got back. If anyone can gobble down several slices of these even after a heavy meal, these French Toast Sticks and Bites must be dang good!
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