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Someone was asking about making micro-wavable French Toast Sticks….I don’t really have a recipe, but I have fiddled around and “invented” some that were rather good….Well, my PICKY children loved them, so that’s the real test around here. What I did was make my regular old french toast egg mixture, adding a little flour to make it thicker. Then I cut thick slices of (day-old) bread (“texas toast”) into strips, dipped in egg mixture, then rolled in graham-cracker crumbs (this was the big break-through i ngredient during my experimentation!) and cooked on lightly buttered skillet. To store, I “flash froze” them on cookie sheets, then into a ziploc bag…..they reheated great in the microwave. And, like I said, the kids loved them…. .and boy, are they cheaper than the store-bought ones! I have a recipe for cookies from cake mixes and they are wonderful. I believe that you can make them from any flavor. Most cake mixes call for 3 eggs, 1+ cups of water and oil. When making co! okies you only put in 2 eggs, NO water, and 1/2 cup of oil. It makes a cookie like consistent dough. My family loves them. I like to make Lemon and sprinkle powdered sugar on them. Last time I made them, I did freeze them for a few days, and they were great.