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French Toast Bagel

Updated: Jan 24, 2023


Let's have some fun for breakfast! This bagel is coated in your kid's favorite cereal, whether it's Fruity Pebbles, Cinnamon Toast Crunch, or Frosted Flakes. I added raisins for the eyes, nose, and mouth, with some bacon ears or ponytails. Use your imagination! You can use grapes cut in half for the eyes, cut a strawberry in half for the nose, and bacon for the mouth. Nothing is impossible with your imagination but I'm possible is in the word.


This innovative Bagel & Cereal combination is a great breakfast party after a sleep over to get the kids involved first thing in the mornings. Personal time with your kids or grandkids. Kids love to play with food and it gets them cooking early in life.


You could prepare a decorating station on the table and allow the kids to create their own faces on the bagels. Whip cream for hair chocolate chips for the eyes. Let the kids have fun.



Ingredients French Toast & Cereal Bagels



  • Bagels- You can use any kind of bagel. Make it your own.

  • Eggs- are used as the ingredient that binds it all together and firms the liquid up upon heating.

  • Heavy Cream- deep rich cream

  • Cinnamon & Vanilla- warm spice and vanilla enhance the flavor

  • Lemon juice- gives an extra tang to the French toast

  • Cereal- choose your favorite cereal for that extra crunch

  • Powder Sugar- provides that touch of sweetness no syrup is needed but can be added if desired.

Let's Cook!

  • Combine the eggs, heavy cream, vanilla, cinnamon, and lemon juice in a bowl. Whisk the mixture well.

  • Cut the ends off on both sides so the cereal will adhere to the bread. Dip each bagel into the mixture.

  • Coat the bagel in your favorite cereal. You can use a Ziplock bag and crush the cereal. shake the bagel in a bag until well coated. Cook in a cast iron skillet or griddle with melted butter ( This step is not shown)

  • Plate and sprinkle powder sugar. Make it fun add your favorite topping raisins, syrup, or fruit.

Bon Appetit, ENJOY!



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Debra Johnson | Food Blogger
Hi, I'm Debra

I am happy to share quick and easy recipes that fill the belly, warms the soul, and tastes Delish!

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