Massive Amount of Healthy French Toast

Massive Amount of Healthy French Toast

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"I wanted to make something healthy for breakfast that wasn't too much trouble in the morning, so one day I decided to make a ridiculously large batch of French toast and wrap them up for later. When I go to eat them later, I just unwrap and pop them in the toaster! While this is a fairly health-conscious variety, you can substitute whole eggs and whole milk and sugar or brown sugar to suit your taste. However, even calling them healthy, they were still light, fluffy, and flavorful!"
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1.5 h servings
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  1. Mix all of the ingredients except the bread together in a mixing bowl and transfer it into a shallow pan.
  2. Prepare your frypan or griddle with a bit of nonstick spray and heat for 30 seconds or so on low to medium heat.
  3. Soak your slices of bread in the egg mixture, allowing it to soak up plenty of batter, a few seconds on each side. Be careful not to over-soak it or your bread will fall apart on the way to the griddle. Only soak as many pieces of bread as will fit on your griddle or pan at one time. Carefully lay your soaked bread on the griddle. If you are patient and cook it more slowly, the middles of your bread will be fluffier, while the outside gets crisp and brown. Once each batch is nicely browned on each side, remove from griddle and place on a layer of paper towels on a cookie sheet so they can cool (if you are saving them for later--otherwise, serve 'em up!).
  4. Once all of your toast is cooked and has cooled completely to room temperature, you can wrap each slice individually with plastic wrap, or put a few of them in a zip lock sandwich bag. You can store them in the fridge for a couple of days, but if necessary, you can also freeze them!
  5. Once you are ready to eat them, pop them in the toaster and toast them up until they are crispy again! Enjoy!

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