Try these frozen french toast sticks in the air fryer when you need a quick breakfast. Why heat them up in the oven / toaster when you can do them in the air fryer with ease!
Looking for more easy ways to use your air fryer? Try some air fryer frozen waffles instead.
How to Cook Frozen French Toast Sticks in the Air Fryer
If needed, preheat your air fryer to 350°F.
Depending on how your french toast sticks come packaged, they probably look like the ones pictured below. I recommend not breaking them into sticks until after you’ve cooked them in the air fryer so place them in the air fryer basket whole as per the picture below.
Now cook at 350°F for about 5 minutes, turning at the half way point (around 2-3 minute mark).
They should be crispy brown and feel toasted when you take them out. Now remove them from the air fryer and plate them up for breakfast!
We spoil the kids with whipped cream and sprinkles before adding the maple syrup. Some people like to pour the maple syrup on, some like to dip the sticks in the syrup and eat them that way, the choice is yours!
Enjoy your breakfast!
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Frozen French Toast Sticks in the Air Fryer
- Prep Time
- 1 minute
- Cook Time
- 1 minute
- Fast & Slow Cooking
- 2-4 frozen French toast sticks Eggo brand is great
- If needed, preheat your air fryer to 350°F.
- Place the French toast sticks into the basket, leaving space between them for air to circulate. If Eggo brand do NOT take apart first, put it in whole!
- Cook for 4-5 minutes, turning once, until crispy on the outside and heated through.
- Remove and if Eggo brand, slice into stick and serve!
- Leave the Eggo brand sticks together so they heat up but don’t dry out. Slice them apart after cooking.
- Nutrition is going to depend on what brand of French toast sticks you make and will differ
All calories and info are based on a third party calculator and are only an estimate. Actual nutritional info will vary with brands used, your measuring methods, portion sizes and more.
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