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Simple French Toast

There are words that describe life; though in a word; bread.  For it comes in many forms.  There is bread that identifies each.  It is a staple that brings together the masses.  Bread defines a culture and is the gold that is harvested from the land.


Ingredients:

Sliced white bread
Butter
Powdered sugar
Syrup

Bread Wash:

3 eggs
1 tsp. powdered sugar
½ tsp. vanilla
¼ tsp. salt
½ cup milk
¼ tsp. cinnamon


Combine the above ingredients for the bread wash in a shallow bowl and beat with fork.

Heat a griddle with a pat of butter.  Do not have the heat too high or the butter will burn.

Dip the bread in the wash on both sides and place on a griddle.  Do not soak the bread or it will fall apart.

Dust the French toast with powdered sugar; add a little extra butter and syrup.


Enjoy with Love,

Catherine
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23 comments:

  1. Scrumptious. One of my favorites...and not just for breakfast. I've been known to whip 'em up for our dinner also.

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  2. May I have sausage and eggs instead? With sourdough toast? I knew you wouldn't mind.

    Have a fabulous day Catherine. Big hugs to you and Tammy. ♥♥♥

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  3. I love French Toast! I need to make it more often. =)
    Stopping by from "Thursday Favorite Things"!

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  4. These look perfect and delicious Catherine!

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  5. Catherine, We both love French Toast but for some reason we never think to make it at home... Thanks for the recipe and the reminder! Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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  6. I rarely treat myself with french toast, but for me it is one of the best ways to have bread.

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  7. simple but delicious Catherine ! Have a great weekend, a hug...

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  8. A perfect way to wake up on the weekend. I love French toast!

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  9. I just finished dinner but the photos made me hungry again! Looks wonderful!

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  10. Hi Catherine , you know what 's on my breakfast table tomorrow :D , thanks for sharing :)

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  11. One of my favorite childhood breakfasts! My mom would always add a pinch of nutmeg, but cinnamon sounds wonderful, too :)

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  12. Simple and delicious!!!
    Have a nice weekend

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  13. Simple but so tasteful!
    Blessings,dear Cathrine!

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  14. French toast is a favorite around here! We always have powdered sugar, but yours is the first recipe I've seen call for it. You sure know how to make French toast! :)

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  15. Looks divine, Catherine...I have never made a proper French toast, I didn't know it was sweet. Thanks :) ela

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  16. Hi Catherine and Tammy, great recipe on French Toast. I love this recipe. Have made this many times on the griddle, like you. I have not used these ingredients, I will now. Years ago I remember my mom frying them in oil. On the griddle is a perfect way to cook it. Looks delicious...I think I will make this today..Thanks for sharing..Blessings on a great weekend. Dottie :)

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  17. french toast
    is one of those foods
    that i can enjoy at just about
    any time
    day or night

    yours looks heavenly

    thanks for sharing
    at Fridays Unfolded!

    Alison
    Nancherrow

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  18. Hi Catherine,
    Your French Toast looks so good, I have been hungry for some French Toast and now I just have to have some. Thanks so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday and have a great weekend!
    Miz Helen

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  19. one of my very favorite things!!! Thank you so much for helping to make the Thursday Favorite Things blog hop so much fun Hugs!

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  20. French Toast was the very first food I ever cooked. We learned how to make it in school in Home Economics, and I couldn't wait to go home and make it for my family, which I did many times. I had to be around 12 years old. I've never lost my love for it! Yours looks delish!

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  21. French Toast is so good and yours looks delicious! Your picture makes you want some right now!! Thanks so much for sharing on the Four Seasons Blog Hop.

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