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Cook: Sunday Morning French Toast

French Toast and Sunday mornings are two things that just go together.  I like french toast other days, I suppose, but I love it on Sunday mornings.  It was my favorite thing as a kid, and I made it last weekend and fell in love with it all over again.

My french toast is not fancy.  Or gourmet.  And I’m sure someone can come up with a more delicious, stuffed, fancy-battered version, but I really like my plain and simple version.

Start with four eggs and whisk them thoroughly with a fork.  Then add a splash of fat free half and half, and 1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon.  Whisk together.

Then melt some butter in a large skillet.
Then take sliced bread, I used potato bread because I had some, and dip it into the egg batter, coating it on both sides.  Once the butter is melted and the skillet is hot, place the bread in the skillet and cook until golden brown.
Then flip ’em over and cook the other side until golden brown.
Repeat these steps until the egg mixture is gone.  My batter made six pieces of french toast.
I served two pieces of toast, drizzled with warm maple syrup, with scrambled eggs on the side.  Classic Sunday morning.
The eggs were good and all, but the French toast was the star.

Oh yum.  Happy Sunday to you all.

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