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French Toast

  • Prep 5 min
  • Total 20 min
  • Ingredients 10
  • Servings 4

Ingredients

8
to 10 thick slices of bread
3
eggs
1
cup whole milk
1
pinch of salt
1
pinch of sugar (optional)
2
tablespoons powdered sugar
Cinnamon or vanilla essence
Butter for greasing the pan
Syrup
Whipped cream

Nutrition Information

NUTRITION INFORMATION PER SERVING

Serving Size: 1 Serving
% Daily Value
% Daily Value*:
Exchanges:
Free
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
No nutrition information available for this recipe

Expert Tips

You can use bread that's hardened over the week to avoid being wasteful.

Every week, I patiently await the arrival of the weekend. Not only because it allows me to sleep in more than I'm used to, but also because it gives me the time to do my favorite things like going out for brunch or enjoying it at home. Realistically, I love cooking and there's no better time to hit the kitchen than on my days off, allowing me to recreate the dishes I long for during the week. This past weekend I took a peek into my fridge and realized I had all the ingredients I needed to prepare a dish I usually order at restaurants, so I took advantage of some leftovers, in this case bread, and set myself up to prepare this treat. The breakfast I prepared was French toast, perfect for a late Sunday morning brunch.

You can serve with whipped cream and/or blackberry or strawberry jam.

Directions

  • 1 Mix the milk, pinch of salt, cinnamon, vanilla and eggs in a large bowl. Beat with the help of a fork. Add the slices of bread to the mixture and make sure they’re moist on both sides.
  • 2 Heat a saucepan over medium heat and let the butter melt. Once the saucepan is nice and hot, place the slices of bread on the pan and brown on both sides.
  • 3 Once ready, serve on a plate with cubes of butter and powdered sugar on top.

Every week, I patiently await the arrival of the weekend. Not only because it allows me to sleep in more than I'm used to, but also because it gives me the time to do my favorite things like going out for brunch or enjoying it at home. Realistically, I love cooking and there's no better time to hit the kitchen than on my days off, allowing me to recreate the dishes I long for during the week. This past weekend I took a peek into my fridge and realized I had all the ingredients I needed to prepare a dish I usually order at restaurants, so I took advantage of some leftovers, in this case bread, and set myself up to prepare this treat. The breakfast I prepared was French toast, perfect for a late Sunday morning brunch.

Rate and Comment

Natalia Carter Natalia Carter
September 9, 2015

Every week, I patiently await the arrival of the weekend. Not only because it allows me to sleep in more than I'm used to, but also because it gives me the time to do my favorite things like going out for brunch or enjoying it at home. Realistically, I love cooking and there's no better time to hit the kitchen than on my days off, allowing me to recreate the dishes I long for during the week. This past weekend I took a peek into my fridge and realized I had all the ingredients I needed to prepare a dish I usually order at restaurants, so I took advantage of some leftovers, in this case bread, and set myself up to prepare this treat. The breakfast I prepared was French toast, perfect for a late Sunday morning brunch.