Recipe by grumpybutt
"Very quick, easy, and tasty french toast."
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I made this recipe exact, only using lactose free milk. I served this with my Buttery Maple Syrup. Both of my kids ate all six pieces though my oldest boy thought it was a little too "eggy". Not a reflection on the recipe, just not my kids' cup of tea. Using my griddle, this recipe took no longer than 15 to make from beginning to end and it used the last of my bread before Grocery Shopping Day.
it was really good and very easy to make,but i added vanilla to give it that extra kick.
A good basic recipe for French Toast.
Just ate some with my daughter and it was yummy. Added a little Vanilla like someone else did and it turned out nicely. More then likely will make these again!
I personally never liked French Toast to start with, but when I made this one I found it was actually quite good. :)
I usually make a generic french toast with eggs, milk, salt, and pepper. For this recipe, I used french bread and made it exactly as printed. It was absolutely delicious! I served it with warm syrup, a couple of pieces of bacon, and decaf for dinner! Yum!
This is so easy and it taste great!
I was working at a café. Kids would order French Toast. I wanted to make it special for them. Basically same recipe.. I add vanilla and crush up Cinnamon Toast Crunch Cereal. Batter bread dip in CTC Cereal
and fry as usual. Everyone seemed to enjoy the cinnamon crunch. And I enjoyed their smiles when they tasted it. Talk about taking it up a notch. Oh Yeah.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Cinnamon-Accented French Toast
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 30
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