Tasty French Toast - CopyFrench toast is a breakfast treat and most kitchens have the basic ingredients for this recipe.  You can use all kinds of breads from white, wheat, sourdough and rye.   Whatever you have on hand will work as well as bread that is a little stale.  Great for a weekend breakfast on Sunday morning. The kids love it!

4 eggs
4 pieces bread of your choice
1/2 cup milk
1 teaspoon vanilla flavoring
Pinch of salt
3 tablespoons butter or margarine
Confectionery sugar
Maple syrup, sorghum, or syrup of your choice
Whisk together eggs, milk, vanilla, and salt in a bowl.  Dip bread in mixture, turning to coat both sides.  Melt butter  in skillet. Cook on both sides.  Sprinkle with confectionery sugar, add syrup.  Enjoy! 
Note:  If I have any mixture left over, I spoon it over the bread while it is cooking in the pan.
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  1. Christina MCLAUGHLIN says:

    Never make mine either without cinmon

  2. Wonderful recipe! Might I make a suggestion? I love adding Hazelnut coffee creamer instead of milk. Gives the french toast that sumpin extra!

  3. I haven’t had this in too long and I’m out of sorghum. Both situations must be remedied!

  4. Our kids make fun of me but I grew up with only salt and pepper on French Toast. When they mention syrup, I say, “Would you put syrup on a fried egg?”

    They see French Toast like they see pancakes . . . not I. I see fried eggs and toast.

  5. I had this for breakfast today too…Mine with cinnamon. I had leftover vienna bread…yum! Balisha

  6. ths was my breakfast this morning – with maple syrup……..

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