Thursday, October 14, 2010

The BEST French Toast

Ok, So this morning I got very domesticated as the kids are out of school, and I got to sleep in a little. Amazing I know. Well, I decided I would make some French Toast. My husband mentioned last night that he hadn't had it in a while and thought it would be a good breakfast today. So, I took the challenge. It turned out fantastic!

12-15 eggs
1 -1 1/2 loaf of bread
2 tsp vanilla
1/4 tsp cinnamon
1/4 tsp pumpkin pie spice
1/4 to 1/2 cup milk

Ok, this might sound a little different than your mom's french toast. But let me tell you... IT's amazing. whip the eggs, vanilla, milk, and spices together in a bowl. I used a fork, till creamy and the eggs are thoroughly incorporated. Not all of the spices will incorporate into the eggs. That is fine. Place one slice of bread in mixture and coat both sides well with egg. Let excess drip off, then place on a hot griddle. Brown on both sides, eat with maple syrup, or plain. So yummy. these are good cut into strips and dunked, or drenched in syrup and cut with a fork.. these are very filling. My kids only could eat two each. I could only eat three. But we have extra's for later. MMMM Yummy

Enjoy :)


  1. mmmm. sounds good. landon added a little bit of libby's pumpkin puree to french toast a few days ago and it was really yummy!

  2. don't know if your family would like this variation or not, but we make "stuffed" french toast. you take an 8 oz pkg of cream cheese and soften it to room temperature, then mix it up w/about a 1/4 c of sugar (or to taste) then you add some vanilla to it and stir it up and spread it on a piece of bread, then put another piece of bread on top (to make a sandwich) then you batter it and cook on the griddle like normal. it's soooooo good.