aka The Slow Cook
Food service officials in D.C. Public Schools wanted to get rid of the frozen "French toast sticks" Chartwells served on a routine basis. So now we have French toast that's actually made out of toast and liquid eggs by our own lunch ladies.
And instead of serving it with high-fructose corn syrup masquerading as maple syrup, they offer it with a dollop of flavored yogurt. In this particular case, the "whole grain" French toast (it's really 51 percent whole grain, 49 percent regular flour) came with a container of juice, milk, a cup of canned peaches and a piece of string cheese.
Sometimes the kids dip the toast in the yogurt, or they don't eat it at all.
They probably could have skipped the juice. I wouldn't be able to eat the toast because of the carbs. Or the yogurt or the peaches, for that matter, because of the sugar. Otherwise, this seems like a reasonable breakfast for an elementary school kid, no?