Sunday, September 2, 2012

French Toast

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day but because of limited time in the morning, most just skipped it or settle for just a cup of coffee. Breakfast means "breaking the fast" of the night and the food differ from one country to another. The most common examples of breakfast are coffee, juice, fresh fruit, breakfast cereals, toast with butter and jam, pancakes, bacon, sausages and french toast.

French toast
is one of my kids favorite breakfast. It is a dish of bread soaked in eggs then fried. I usually serve it together with bacon, some fresh berries or any fruit available.

  • 5 eggs
  • 1 cup milk
  • 2 teaspoons cinnamon
  • slices of white or french bread
  • Butter or margarine
  • pancake or maple syrup
  • dash of salt

1. Beat eggs, milk, and cinnamon together. Whisk until well blended.
2. Dip each slice of bread one at a time into the egg mixture. Make sure it soaked enough mixture before frying.
3. Melt butter on a pan over medium high heat. Add as many slices of soaked bread onto the skillet. Fry until brown on both sides.
4. Serve with butter and syrup.


  1. Yay mommy! May gagayahin akong bago. Love love love!

  2. This sure is healthy because it has eggs, milk and cinnamon. I like to try this for breakfast =)

  3. I am hungry again. Love to eat french toast, especially with cinnamon. SUPERB!

  4. I super love french toasts! And I have been preparing this for my husband for his breakfast. We just love it. :-)

  5. i first saw the french toast how its done when I was watching Ivan Doschner cooking this at PBB. I love french toast! :)

  6. Love French toast in the morning. Day old bread or stale bread for me works best since they really suck up all the egg mixture.

  7. i always put this in my brekky recipe lists! together with pancakes and the traditional brekky. i love cinnamon! xx

  8. Hoho, I can make use of the cinnamon my grandma bought. She's been talking about it nonstop since one of my aunts mentioned it can help in losing weight :P

  9. I would truly love to make this for the hubby. Kaya lang, I'm sure I'd eat most of it since he's watching his sugar level. I super like this recipe, though... Lutuin ko to sa pinas!

  10. I love french toast! When we eat in a buffet and they happen to make one by request, my cousins and I always order this one. :)

  11. i like french toast especially on a lazy weekend where I get to enjoy heavy brunch, more time to prepare the meal and a relaxed dining...

  12. I recall doing French Toast a couple of years back but with a different set of ingredients except for the bread and the egg.

  13. I have to say too,never added the cinnamon must try that next. Post looks MMM MMM Good lol


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