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I cook hot lunch at a small school. Mondays meal is a baked french toast. Wondering if it is safe to make it on a friday and it sit in the fridge?

Can French toast bake sit for 2-3 days in the fridge? Or should I cook it and reheat? I'm in a time crunch! Thank you!

asked by Mackenzie about 1 year ago

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Nancy
Nancy

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added about 1 year ago

do you mean, bread in the raw egg-milk mixture sitting 3 days in fridge?
or fried French toast sitting in the fridge to reheat on monday?

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Mackenzie
added about 1 year ago

Raw egg mixture. I'm sure I know the anwser. But I don't have time to make it this weekend.

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Nancy
Nancy

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added about 1 year ago

Thanks for telling us it's the raw egg mixture.
For a home meal, you could make your decision and take the risk.
For an institution, I would err on the side of safety:
1) Don't leave the raw egg-milk-bread mixture 3-4 days.
2) Get ok from an official, reliable source.

Michele
added about 1 year ago

Where children are involved I absolutely wouldn't take any chances. If you can't make it fresh I really wouldn't make it. You run the risk of a little person getting sick or just being a little off and the risk ( and stress) isn't worth it. Maybe you could make variation?

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Mackenzie
added about 1 year ago

I have decided not to chance it. I'll be making something different. Thank you

QueenSashy
QueenSashy

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added about 1 year ago

It's not worth the risk... But you could freeze it.

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