Cafe Style French Toast for 2

I love going out to breakfast and ordering a plate of fluffy and golden french toast. However, this is something I used to be terrible at making. Too much milk or too much egg or too much of everything (heck, even too much of nothing)….it never came out well. Until now! I have perfected the perfect french toast to make your plain jane white bread into a culinary experience in your very own kitchen. This is the exact amount to make 4 slices of french toast with no left over liquid to throw away and your french toast, will be perfect!

 

You Will Need:

4 slices plain old white bread

3 tsp Brown Sugar

1 tsp  cinnamon

1 egg

1/2 c. milk

1 pinch of salt

non-stick cooking spray

flat top griddle

1 dinner plate for liquid mixture

Optional: maple syrup, powdered sugar, fresh fruit

 

On a large dinner plate, crack 1 egg.

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Next add brown sugar and cinnamon and a pinch of salt.

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Next add in the milk.

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Whisk it! Whisk it, good!

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Heat up your flat top griddle (I sprayed mine with non-stick cooking spray).

 

Dip the bread in the mixture on the plate.

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Rotate to coat both sides!

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Place on the hot griddle.

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It’ll take 2-3 minutes on each side, once it is golden brown, then you can flip it over.

 

A few minutes on the other side.

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Then plate it up and top it however you like (fruit, pie filling, powdered sugar or just with syrup).

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It is amazing. It is perfect way to turn any breakfast into an occasion.

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Enjoy!

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