You can fritz up French toast with all types of glitz…or you can eat plain old-fashioned French toast still sizzling from the pan with a pat (or two) of butter melting down the sides and smothered in real maple syrup! We seldom have French toast for breakfast, but periodically we will look at each other about dinner time and come up with the same thought…French toast for supper. You can kick up the nutritious value by using a whole grain bread. I had a loaf of homemade bread in my freezer and I will not tell you how many slices we each ate…
Mix 2-3 eggs with 1 c. milk, 1 t. vanilla and 1/2 t. cinnamon.
Slice bread into thick slices and dip each side into egg mixture.
Melt 2 T. butter blend in non-stick skillet. Place dipped bread in medium hot skillet and cook on both sides until browned.
Serve with butter and maple syrup and a tall glass of ice-cold milk.
Next time when you aren’t in the mood for a meat and potato meal, consider preparing French toast. I would consider this a comfort food!