Want to learn how to make french toast? Try this easy and delicious breakfast recipe. I used homemade bread with this recipe, but any store-bought bread works just fine. The creaminess of the milk and egg mixture works perfectly with the buttery texture of toasting it. I enjoy eating this breakfast treat with real maple syrup. Very tasty. Topping it with your choice of fruits gives both a sweet and acid taste to your palette.
I’d say this is easy to make because you can get all the ingredients at your local grocery store. The step-by-step recipe video makes it even easier to make. Another breakfast idea that you may want to make over the weekend for breakfast, brunch, or dinner. Amazingly, delicious!
- 2 large eggs, beaten
- Dash of salt
- 2 cups fresh milk I used 2% fresh milk.
- 1 tbsp honey (I use pure raw honey)
- 2 dashes of cinnamon powder
- 2-4 slices of bread (I used homemade white bread.)
- 1 tbsp unsalted butter, softened (for toasting)
- Fruit of your choice (Optional)
- Powdered sugar (Optional)
- Maple Syrup (Optional)
Item’s you’ll need
- 1 medium-sized frying pan
- 1 large bowl
- 2 wooden spatulas or ladles
- Measuring cup(s)/container(s)
In a large mixing bowl, crack 2 large eggs. Season with a dash of salt. Whisk thoroughly. Pour 2 cups of fresh milk (2%, non-fat or whole milk) and a tablespoon of honey. Whisk again until well combined. 2. Slice or get a slice of bread and dip into the milk and egg mixture. Soak for 30seconds.
Cook: In a medium-sized frying pan or griddle, heat up a tablespoon of unsalted butter over medium heat until it melts completely. Put the soaked bread and toast it for 3-5 minutes or until golden. Pour 1/4 cup of the mixture. Push the excess liquid to the center and onto the bread. Check the bread every 30-60 seconds. Flip the bread over and toast the other side for equal time.
Serve: When done, transfer the french toast onto a plate. Top with your choice of fruits, with powdered sugar, butter, or Nutella. Then drizzle with your favorite maple syrup. Serve warm and enjoy!
If you enjoyed this classic American breakfast dish. Try my Denver Omelet recipe.