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Excuse my french toast

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Norma Normy
Norma Normy

As far back as I can remember, I've always eaten french toast. It was usually a quick Sunday morning breakfast instead of pancakes or the go-to snack to use up the last stale bread slices. This is one of the easiest recipes that you can find for a quick treat.


  1. Bread slices (2/3 per person)
  2. Eggs (1 per person)
  3. A dash of milk
  4. Sugar or powdered sugar or maple syrup or honey
  5. Cinnamon
  6. Butter for frying (This is my preferred taste, but any other neutral cooking oil will do the job)
  7. Salt


  1. Beat your eggs with some milk (about a tablespoon per egg), a pinch of salt and cinnamon.
  2. Heat up a frying pan to medium heat and add some butter to cover the bottom.
  3. Dip each slice of bread into the mixture for about 20 seconds on each side.
  4. Fry your slices until they are golden brown on each side.
  5. Once done, plate them and sprinkle with sugar/maple syrup/honey and cinnamon.

Tips to kick it up a notch

  1. Top the toast with some fresh seasonal fruit like sliced strawberries, sliced bananas or blueberries.
  2. Caramelize sliced up bananas with butter and sugar (brown is the tastiest) as a topping.
  3. Make a french toast tower, by alternating with your toppings and slices. Drizzle the maple syrup or honey on top.

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