Introduction: Homemade French Toast
French Toast a great way to change the weekly 'pancake' routine; and it serves as a simpler substitute. Whisk up the wet ingredients; dip the bread in; fry the bread; that's pretty much what French Toast is--simple and good--depending on what bread you use.
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Step 1: Ingredients
3/4 cups milk
12 pieces of thick bread
1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
1/2 teaspoon pumpkin spice
2 teaspoons vanilla
Step 2: Whisk It Up
Heat your griddle to 400 degrees. Spray with non-stick spray. Put all the ingredients (not including bread) into a wide bowl, and whisk until thoroughly combined.
Step 3: Dip It
Place pieces of bread one at a time into the bowl, and coat with the mixture on both sides. Then place bread onto heated and oiled griddle.
Step 4: Fry It
Let the bread sizzle until it is almost completely brown on the other side (see pic), then flip and fry on the other side. Serve hot; with syrup, and other optional toppings.
Step 5: Done!
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