FINALLY! A new(well new-ish recipe!)post. I’m so excited for tomorrow: I’ve enrolled in a cake decorating/sugar craft class and it starts tomorrow night!! Sugar craft is something I’m very interested in, and can’t wait to play with it more. Wish me luck!
This recipe is a super easy, and classic, brunch idea: French toast. And sometimes, you just can’t beat, and need, a classic!
I’m big into my breakfasts, especially pancakes and French toast. Growing up, it was such a treat! And when I was younger I had such a a sweet-tooth, so French toast hit all the right notes( and it still does!). And the smell of the cinnamon batter is just DIVINE!
The secret to getting French toast right: melting LOTS of butter in the pan.
For your next super easy breakfast treat:
1 1/2 tablespoons cinnamon
About 4-5 slices of white bread-sourdough is also a great choice! Slice diagonally for presentation!
Melt 3 HEAPED tablespoons in a saucepan (I did say A LOT!). In a mixing bowl, whisk eggs, cinnamon, and milk. Soak slices of bread for about 30-45 seconds in the mixture. Then add to the pan. Flip when golden brown.
Serve with a heaping pour of maple syrup. Add a side fruit salad of grapefruit and pomegranate seeds- they add a a cut to the sweetness of the French toast.