One of our favorite recipes. French toast is cheap, east, and delicious. Plus it can be eaten anytime of the day Breakfast, lunch or dinner!

1/2 Cup Milk (125ml)
1 Egg
5 Slices of bread
Butter for frying
Maple syrup, honey, or powdered sugar to taste

Frying pan
Bowl for mixing milk and eggs


1) Combine milk and eggs in bowl. Mix well till combined
2) Heat pan over medium heat. When pan is hot, melt a little butter in the pan.
3) Dip slice of bread in egg/milk mixture. Make sure both sides are covered.
4) Fry bread until brown on each side. About 2-3 minutes per side.
5) Add sweets on top: syrup, honey, powdered sugar, jam.

–We like to remove the milk and add applejuice instead. Then fry a couple thin slices of apple on the pan with some butter after you’ve finished cooking the bread. The fried apples make a delicious topping for the french toast.

–Jam works well on top of the french toast as well.


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