Tuesday, December 8, 2009

French Toast - A Perfect Breakfast

French Toast

2 slices bread
1 egg
1 tbs milk

Mix 1 egg with 1 tbs milk. Soak bread into mixture. Fry.

I love French Toast.  It's also incredibly easy to make.  For a healthier version, use whole wheat slices of bread.  Also, top your French Toast with nuts or fruit. Add a glass of orange juice to your meal for an extra boost of immunity.

I'm totally obsessed with French Toast, but I've never actually made it.  I always ate it at school  or home and it was something I looked forward to.  For my breakfast tomorrow, however, I had to have French Toast. 

I also sprinkled sugar cinnamon on my toast for an extra kick (cinnamon is actually good for you).  I added walnuts and raisins on the side.  Of course, you can't forget the syrup either.  French Toast wouldn't be the same without it! I still love Aunt Jemima syrup the best because it has a buttery taste.

I'm learning the basics of French Toast, but would love to learn how to make stuffed French Toast or even crepes!  As of right now, however, I'll stick with my two slices of French Toast.  I can't wait for breakfast!


  1. You're really getting into the cooking blogs. Why not post some of these pics on flickr. hehe, I keep bugging you about flickr.

  2. Lorie, are you being sarcastic? hehehehehe It was an awesome breakfast.

    Jeff, I would like to add pics to flickr, but I didn't think I had any that were good enough yet! Yeah, I've only had time for cooking until we go on our next photo walk!! =)

  3. I wasn't being sarcastic! =(
    I was serious - the french toast looks like it came out pretty good. Try making pancakes.


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