The Recipe Box: French Toast

recipeboxI love French Toast. I think it’s a wonderful way to start a morning, even if it is a little bit of work. I’ve searched for a long time to find the perfect recipe, and I found two that I liked, so I combined them.

This recipe makes 3 servings.

Ingredients:

6 slices stale bread

3 eggs

¾ cup of milk

¼ teaspoon nutmeg

½ teaspoon cinnamon

1 teaspoon vanilla.

Instructions:

Turn stove element to medium- low heat and let warm.

Beat eggs with a whisk. Add spices and whisk thoroughly. I add the spices to the egg first as the cinnamon and nutmeg will clump together and float to the top with milk. This way, the dry spice disperses better. You’ll still have to mix the batter each time before placing a slice of bread. Just to make sure they’re blended. Add milk.

Place bread in the mixture for five seconds on each side. Then place on the hot pan. Let cook for two minutes on each side. If making a lot, double the recipe and keep prepared toast in a warm oven.

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About Darke Conteur
Darke Conteur is a writer at the mercy of her Muse. The author of stories in several genres, she prefers to create within the realms Science Fiction and Dark Fantasy. A pagan at heart, her personal goal it to find her balance within nature; exploring the dark through her stories and the light through her beliefs. When not writing or working with crystals, she enjoys knitting, gardening, cooking and very loud music.

2 Responses to The Recipe Box: French Toast

  1. I never thought to add nutmeg and vanilla. I’m going to try it next time. Thanks!

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