National French Toast Day is November 28th, and oh-what-a classic French Toast is.
French toast is definitely a breakfast favorite at our house, but we have had it in the evening & called it supper, and at noon, and called it lunch!
This is a perfect way to use up stale bread, but fresh, white, brown or grain bread is perfectly okay too.
The bread is dipped into a milk & egg mixture, and browned up in butter. Jam, syrup or confectioners sugar can be served atop the toast. A biscuit cutter can be used to cut out round of bread to toast in the same fashion.
How to Cook French Toast:
This recipe yields 10 slices of French toast.
Type: Dessert Recipe
Serve with: butter & maple syrup or confectioners sugar
Prep Time: 10 min
Yields: 10 slices French toast
- 10 slices bread
- 1 cup milk or half & half
- 6 large eggs
- 1 tbsp sugar
- 1/4 tsp salt
- In a shallow bowl, using a whisk, combine milk or half & half, eggs, sugar & salt.
- Soak both sides of bread, one slice at a time, in the egg mixture.
- Preheat a large frying pan on medium or medium-low heat.
- Brown bread on each side in a buttered sauté pan.
- Serve hot, sprinkled with confectioners sugar, fine white sugar or syrup of your choice.
National French Toast Day is a perfect reason to cook up some of this tasty breakfast dish for your household.
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