My Favorite French Toast
JoannaWhen your French Bread is done pour your syrup over it. My sons just want the regular yet wonderful Maple syrup from Vermont, but all sort of syrups are out there. Blueberry, strawberry, raspberry, huckleberry... even sliced banana.
  • 3 eggs
  • milk
  • vanilla
  • cinnamon
  • slices stale bread of any sort (sourdough ia great, also any whole grain bread )
  • syrup
  • break the eggs into a bowl and beat until fluffy
  • add the milk
  • add the cinnamon, or you can sprinkle the cinammon on each piece in the skillet or after it is done...Choices!
  • add the vanilla, a good over-full teaspooon...
  • mix this in a bowl deep enough to lay your slice of bread in. Let it sit for a while to soak up the juicy egg mixture. Even press the bread like you would a sponge and it soaks up even more egg.You can even stack a couple pieces of the bread in the bowl of egg( so you can do two at a time)and turn them over so each of the sides gets well covered and soaked.
  • While soaking your bread, melt the butter in the skillet or on the griddle. You can also use an oil, but butter is so good. When the butter is nice and bubbly but not brown add the bread. Let it sit and sizzle and flip it when it is sealed and getting brown on the down side. You can always turn it over again and again, but it is hard when the bread is really very gooey( the best!) so let it get cooked well one one side before turning.
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