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Making French Toast In An Air Fryer May Be A Game Changer
By Emily Price
Getting both sides of your French toast to cook evenly can be a hassle, but your air fryer handles the task surprisingly well.
An air fryer offers a quicker and more even cooking job than a conventional oven. The only bit of extra work is cutting your bread into strips to fit into your air fryer basket.
Carefully place your French toast sticks in the air fryer basket, making sure they're spaced apart and not touching, and air fry them for eight minutes at 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
The sticks should have a crispy exterior thanks to the added sugar, and might not even need maple syrup thanks to their innate sweetness, which is a lifesaver if you're on the go.
If you own an extra-large air fryer, you could fit whole slices of bread into the basket. No matter what, make sure to spray the basket and top of the bread with cooking spray.