Amazing French Toast

I’m not lying, this stuff is AMAZING! This stuff is dead easy to whip up for breakfast, lunch or dinner.  My hubby loves this for breakfast with the wild blueberry syrup I make.  It’s one of his favorites.

You could very easily stuff this french toast if you want.  A mixture of cream cheese and blueberry syrup with blueberry syrup on top would be sick…..as in good sick, not bad sick……I’m totally going to try that.

But first – here’s the star of this post:

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I told you – AMAZING!

Here’s the recipe – the photos of the steps are below the recipe.

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Amazing French Toast

Author Carrie Hill

Ingredients

  • 1 loaf discount day old italian or french bread
  • 5 eggs
  • 1/2 tsp cinnamon
  • 1 tsp vanilla
  • 2 Tbsp Milk
  • Butter

Instructions

  1. Whip up your 5 eggs in a pie plate
  2. Add the 2 Tbsp Milk, cinnamon and vanilla
  3. Cut your french bread on the bias into slices about 1" thick
  4. Heat your non-stick skillet on medium and coat with butter
  5. When your pan is hot, drop 2 slices in the egg for about 15 seconds, flip for 10 more seconds and remove with tongs
  6. This bread is pretty resilient - sometimes I squeeze the slices a bit to get the excess egg out
  7. Lay each piece in your hot buttered pan and cook until the first side is toasty, about 4-5 minutes
  8. turn and cook the second side until toasty.
  9. Sometimes if it looks like the middle is still pretty "eggy" I'll throw a lid on my pan for a few minutes to trap the heat in and cook the toast all the way through
  10. Remove from pan, butter lightly, place on your plate and enjoy.

Here are photos of the steps to this perfect french toast

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Looks like my french toast. I add a pinch of nutmeg, only 2-3 eggs and to make it wow, I use half and half. I bake a rustic simple loaf of bread, slice some snd then cook and freeze so breakfast or brunch is quick to pull together! Yumms!