August 25, 2010

Famous French Toast

Let me tell you something you may not know - my french toast can kick your french toast's ass. It's a fact. If you don't need syrup on french toast and it still tastes like Christmas in your mouth, well, that's just good french toast! 

1 loaf French or Italian bread - I use Italian more often because it's bigger - sliced
6-8 eggs
1/2 cup milk
3/4 cup sugar, 1/4 cup cinnamon mixed in a small bowl

Mix the eggs, milk, and about 1/3 of the sugar/cinnamon mix together in a large bowl.

I think the general process of making French toast is widely known but just in case... dip the slices of bread into the egg mixture, place into heated, greased frying pan.

Heavily sprinkle the top of the bread with sugar/cinnamon mix, flip the bread, repeat on the other side. 

Cook till golden brown.

You can thank me later. Enjoy!


Kirby said...

I alaways forget about making french toast, now you've gone and made me hungry!

Teisha said...

My mouth is watering now. That looks delicious and I will definitely have to try it! It would taste even better, though, if you'd make it for me :)

MostlyFlumxdArt said...

I won't even challenge you on this one. pancakes will kick your pancakes teeth in! Ha!!

cbs111 said...

French toast is a standard around our house! I make mine with whatever bread is around but the process is the same 'cept I add a little vanilla to the egg/milk mixture.

Crystal said...

That looks soooo good. We might have to have breakfast for supper here tonight just to try it!

Niki said...

I make mine just about the same way. The only difference is I use Texas toast.

Lorie Shewbridge said...

That does sound heavenly... and I prefer my French toast without syrup if it is made right. I like it with just a little butter and maybe a tiny bit of brown sugar.
Yours sound just perfect!
You always scare me when you get all domestic!