Toast? French Toast?

Let’s face it, toast is kinda boring.

It’s a vital part of the western breakfast plate, but for many years the prospect of slightly more burned bread has never really appealed to me, until I finally learned how to make French Toast! For a long time this dish was something I’d enjoy while eating out, but once I found the recipe I realized that it was definitely something I could try at home!




Get yourself:

3 slices of white bread

1-2 eggs







How to do the do:


Grab your bread and cut it into four slices. You can remove the crust if you want to, or use cookie cutters to make fun shapes as well!








Break the eggs into a bowl and whisk it together. One egg is usually enough to make four slices, but if you’re like me and you really love to dunk your bread in there, add another!








Start up your stove to a medium heat. Dip your bread into the gooey egg mixture and place it onto the pan.









Flip the bread over once the egg turns a light brown colour.









Arrange your slices onto your plate— a larger pile of food always helps one assert their dominance at the breakfast table!








It won’t be complete without maple syrup!



I found this particular recipe from an old children’s cookbook stashed away in the kitchen drawer, and the simplicity of the recipe came from the fact that it was written for children. This French toast recipe is fast and simple, and took me less than ten minutes to create!


For your own tastes and enjoyment, adding a stream of maple syrup, some butter, fresh fruits or a dollop of whipped cream, and embrace the homemade self-proclaimed French cuisine for the time-limited eater. And if you’re interested in trying something a little fancier for breakfast, check out Christy Denney’s website for some gourmet French Toast Roll Ups!



Feel free to let me know about your cooking adventures in the comment section below!

Until next time, keep munchin’, everybody!


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