Tuesday, December 11, 2012

FRENCH TOASTS

French toast is known in France as "pain perdu", which translates to "lost bread," because it makes delicious use of leftover bread. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, so why wouldn’t you start off in a most delicious way possible? Not only are these French toast recipes a fantastic way to use the last of a great loaf of bread, they make the perfect simple-yet-elegant meal to impress your loved ones and show them just how much you care. Treat them and yourself to something delicious this weekend with this yummy and easy to do recipe. If you have kids they will love this one!!!:)
 
You will need:

-3 eggs
-1/2 cup milk
-4-6 slices whole wheat or if you prefer white bread
-butter or vegetable spray
-cinnamon and maple syrup
In a shallow bowl with a fork, combine eggs and milk. On medium, heat a non-stick frying pan on stove. Either melt a little butter or spray pan with vegetable spray. Dip bread into bowl with egg mixture. Make sure both sides are wet. Place slice of bread in pan. Continue process with the other slices. Turn slices over when bread is slightly golden brown.  
 
 




Sprinkle French Toast with cinnamon and sugar after cooking. Remove cooked slices to a plate and keep warm.
  



Serve with maple syrup, jam, honey, orange or lemon zest or fresh seasonal fruit.
The results are pure heaven!!!

 
Bon Appetit!!!
 
 Claudia
 

3 comments:

  1. This looks delicious! Thanks for sharing.

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  2. Thank you so much Amanda, it was indeed delicious. You should try it.:)
    Claudia

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  3. aqui chamamos de rabanadas ou fatias douradas e só costumamos comer no natal

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With Love,
Claudia Persi