Top-ranked recipe named "Bud's Cinnamon French Toast"
This is my husband's recipe for French Toast.
"Great Bud - Thanks. For moister result, add a little more milk (half&half) and let it soak for about 1/2 hr per side to get the center of the bread moist. Add the cinnamon at the end so it will be more evenly distributed before cooking."- foxbluff
Heat large skillet over medium heat and melt 1 teaspoon of butter. Meanshile, beat together with a fork the eggs, milk and 1/4 teaspoon of the cinnamon in a medium sized bowl (large enough to lay a slice of bread in). Dip two slices of the bread into the egg mixture, turning to coat both sides.
Gently place each slice side by side in the skillet and once the bottom side is browned, turn the slices over to brown the second side. Remove to a plate and repeat the process with the other teaspoon of butter and the two remaining slices of bread. Sprinkle each piece of toast lightly with cinnamon and dust with powdered sugar, if desired. Drizzle syrup over the toast and enjoy!
LavenderWand 1 year agoNot bad....but missing something. Maybe brown sugar and less eggs would be better for my taster???? I did try a 2nd batch with the vanilla as suggested...no change really. I also soaked a piece longer as somebody else suggested but that was a messy disappointment.
twebb 1 year agoEasy and great result. I left off the powdered sugar (wish I had some in the house).
cookerlover234 1 year ago
Jreed26244 1 year agoSuper easy and delicious!
Bebop2 1 year agoIngredient measurements are perfect; eggs sounded like too many, but would've ended up short if I didn't use the qty it said.
michelleturnerspencer 1 year agoInstead of butter try peanut butter and still add the syrup my kids love it and it makes it a little more healthy
DGMom 1 year agoVery easy and delicious. Thanks!
Psych51 2 years agoI love it!!!! It is so delicious!
foxbluff 2 years agoGreat Bud - Thanks. For moister result, add a little more milk (half&half) and let it soak for about 1/2 hr per side to get the center of the bread moist. Add the cinnamon at the end so it will be more evenly distributed before cooking.
mrcook78 2 years agoWe love this recipe, really easy to make and it tastes great!