Real Food For Families

Grandma Kathy’s French Toast

on July 14, 2013

We’re starting our fourth week of summer vacation…are your kids bored yet? I hope not! But if they are, why not ask them to be in charge of breakfast tomorrow morning? Most kids will be on board with any recipe that requires cracking of eggs. Toddlers can help whisk and soak and older kids can cook and flip. Double the recipe and freeze the leftovers for heating up in the toaster oven on busy mornings.

~2 eggs
~1/2 cup milk
~1 teaspoon sugar
~1/2 teaspoon vanilla
~several shakes of ground nutmeg
~5 to 6 slices of bread

1. Whisk all the ingredients (except for the bread) together in a shallow pan.
2. Heat a non stick (or slightly oiled) griddle or skillet over medium high heat.
3. Soak the bread in the egg mixture for several seconds and then cook in the skillet or griddle several minutes on each side until golden.
4. Remove the French Toast from the heat and sprinkle with cinnamon and maple syrup.


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