Maple Toast Sticks — Most Popular Pin of the Week

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If you're looking for a super-fast way to start the day, try a breakfast dish like this week’s  Most Popular Pin of the Week: Food Network Magazine's Maple Toast Sticks. Cut one slice of Texas toast into sticks. Mix one tablespoon each melted butter and maple syrup and 1/4 teaspoon each cinnamon and vanilla. Brush on the bread and toast in the oven.

For more recipes that are sure to kick-start your morning off right, visit Food Network’s Let’s Rise & Shine board on Pinterest.

Get the recipe: Maple Toast Sticks

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