Vanilla French Toast

Even better than fluffy pancakes.

Vanilla flavored french toast – crunchy and golden on the outside, soft and fluffy on the inside.

I used to hate eggs and rejected anybody who would try to serve these up, but in 6th grade I slept over at a friends and we managed to (between 5 of us) finish off a whole loafs worth of french toast!

I recommend using high quality vanilla bean paste for this recipe, however if that is not available, you can use vanilla extract or essence.

Serves: 1

Vanilla French Toast

Ingredients

©       ½ cup milk (I used vanilla soy, but any kind of milk is fine)

©       2 eggs

©       1 tsp. vanilla

©       2 tsp. caster sugar

©       4 slices bread of choice

Method

  1. Pre-heat a non-stick pan on medium heat.
  2. Whisk the milk, eggs, vanilla and caster sugar until well combined.
  3. Using one slice at a time, gently coat the bread and soak for approximately 45 seconds each side (the longer you soak the bread, the ‘soggier’ it will be).
  4. Place the coated slice down and cook until browned, flip and repeat.
  5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 until all slices have been cooked.
  6. Serve hot!

Serving Suggestions:

©       Lemon and caster sugar

©       Butter and maple syrup

©       Vanilla ice-cream and melted chocolate

*Please note, the alcohol reference is from the vanilla extract that the website acquires the information from.

Vanilla French Toast Nutritional Information

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