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French Toast Stick Kabobs

What kid doesn’t love French Toast Sticks?  I have been making OAMM Toddler French Toast Sticks for almost 2 years now.  They are a staple in our freezer, and the kids love them plain…but isn’t it fun to shake things up a bit every now and then??

These colorful kabobs not only taste good, but they are a great way to have a “learning” breakfast or snack.  Having the kids take each individual toast or fruit off the straw helps with fine motor skills, as well as incorporating counting.  Introducing texture “Is the fruit soft, crisp, smooth, bumpy” and color recognition are great ways to make each little bite more interactive for the little ones.

French Toast Stick Kabobs

Toddler French Toast Sticks

Lisa@ onceamonthmeals.com


  • 3 french toast sticks, warmed and cut into small pieces
  • 1/4 medium banana, sliced
  • 1/2 kiwi, sliced
  • 1 large strawberry, quartered
  • 1 drinking straw, cut in half
  • Alternate fruit options: red grapes, fresh pineapple, fresh melon, oranges


Carefully slide french toast and fruit onto straw, alternating french toast and fruit.  Serve with additional fruit or syrup if desired.

Servings: 1

**conversion chart image provided by Erik Spiekermann

3 Responses to “French Toast Stick Kabobs”

  1. Lindsey says:

    I love this idea! My kids love things on a stick (one of the only ways I have gotten them to eat certain foods and I never thought to try it for breakfast!

  2. [...] French toast after you make it (saves you throwing away the unused egg mixture), make it into kabobs, and, more surprisingly, you can hide vegetables in it (she adds butternut squash puree!). I [...]

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