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foods are some of my favorite foods. Eggs, pancakes, sausages, bacons, French
Toasts all come in a variety of styles, tastes and textures. I love all kinds
of foods but Breakfast is truly the meal I look forward to the most, even if I
have it for Supper. For years, French Toast was at the bottom of this list
mainly because all the recipes that I had found for it seemed more complicated
than I wanted to handle before my morning coffee. As I gained more experience I
realized that it wasn’t as complicated as some made it seem. French Toast can
be simpler than omelets if you stick to basics. Here is a quick and easy French
Toast recipe that even a half asleep father of Six can handle.
slices laying out so they become stale or use this recipe when you have stale
bread rather than wasting it. Combine eggs, Half and Half, Nutmeg and sugar is
a bowl large enough for your bread to lay flat in the bottom, whip them
together with a whisk or fork. Heat a skillet over a medium low heat. Melt
butter in skillet be sure to use enough to cover bottom of skillet. Drop bread
flat in your mix flip it over and place directly in hot skillet. The idea is to
coat each side of the bread not soak it in the mix. Cook until one side is
golden brown flip and cook other side. This can take a few minutes as slower
cooking is best. That’s it, no muss no fuss. Can be served as is or with your
favorite syrup. This dish makes a great companion for spicy sausages as well as
salter bacons and hams, as always ENJOY.