My Amazing French Toast

Introduction: My Amazing French Toast

About: I am always into trying new things out. I tend to have random, crazy arty binges and I love every moment of them!!

Here is the best recipe for French toast ever :-)
it's so easy a kid could make it!!!

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Step 1: Ingredients

You will need as follows;
2slices of white bread
1egg per slice of bread
1dash of cinnamon
1tsp sugar
(2 tbsp milk is optional)
2 Tbsp of icing sugar (for top)
1 quarter cup of real maple syrup (for top)
whipped cream-canned or homemade (for top)

Step 2: The Eggs

first, take the eggs and crack them into a bowl.
next, put the cinnamon & sugar (not icing) in the eggs.
Whisk together.

Step 3: The Bread

Take 1 slice of bread and dip both sides in the eggs. Repeat with the 2nd slice.
Keep repeating until all the egg is gone.

Step 4: Cooking

Put the frying pan on med. heat.
Add a Tbsp of butter.
When the butter is melted & bubbling, add the slices of bread.
Cook until both sides are light brown (don't forget to flip the bread!!!)
Remove from heat.

Step 5: The Sweet Stuff

Place the bread on a plate.
First put some icing sugar on the toast ( I used a sieve because it looks nice)
Then pour on all of the maple syrup.
Sprinkle the remaining icing sugar.
Add gobs and gobs of whipped cream!

Step 6: Eating

Enjoy !!! :-) :-) :-) :-) :-) (please comment, request any ideas, and rate!!!!!!)

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    3 Discussions


    9 years ago on Introduction

    I've made delicious french toast using either home-made or store-bought eggnog too. You beat an egg into into a cup (or less) of eggnog and soak the bread till fully absorbed. It gives a slightly different taste to french toast.


    9 years ago on Introduction

    I'm English and my father taught me my version of French toast and we always mix equal parts milk to egg, or at least until a pale creamy custard colour. For the best cooking it's fried in butter. My favourite topping is a simple dusting of caster sugar.....that's sugar half way between standard granulated sugar and icing or powdered sugar. Cinnamon can be sprinkled at this point too. I think that any form of French toast is fab but if you want to up the ante, make it with brioche (this would be a very French French toast!) which is very eggy and buttery to start with. You can slice this quite thickly as it fills up with the egg and milk easily. Great with orange marmalade to top and, even better, some cream! Yummm....!


    9 years ago on Introduction

    works a bit better if you let the bread go a little stale. my best frenchtoast i pull the bread out and set it flat on a plate a few hours before soaks up the egg better without getting too floppy. toasting it works too but not as well.