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TITLE:French Toast
GENERAL PURPOSE: To inform on how to make French Toast.
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SPECIFIC PURPOSE STATEMENT: After listening to my speech, the audience will -------------------------------------------------
have learned that there are different kinds of French Toast. -------------------------------------------------

INTRODUCTION
I. Attention-getter:Did you know there are different kinds of French Toast then just our regular cinnamon French Toast? According to incredibleegg.org there are five other ways to make French toast.

II. Credentials: One of my breakfast foods is French toast. I am always finding new ways on how to “spice it up”. I like to cook, but I am mostly a baker when it comes to food. And when it comes to the holidays like this time of year my family is all about baking and cooking. But what family isn’t.

III. Thesis statement:French toast is a great breakfast food but can be messy when making it. But it is all the more fun when you are making it as a family.

IV. Preview of main points:Today I will be talking about an easy way how to make French toast and two other ways to make French toast that are fun and enjoyable during the holidays.

BODY

I. Main Point:Easy French Toast Recipe.

According to culinaryarts.about.com this is how to prep for making French toast in the oven. A. Supporting point- Ingredients:
1. 4 eggs
2. 1 cup half and half
3. 2 tsp sugar
4. 8 slices regular white bread
5. ½ tsp pure vanilla extract
6. 2 Tbsp butter
B. Supporting point- Preparation:
1. Pre-heat oven to 200°F.
2. Beat eggs thoroughly. Whisk in sugar, half and half and vanilla. 3. Pour the custard mixture into a shallow glass dish. An inch deep should be fine. 4. Heat your griddle to medium-low, and melt the butter on it. 5. Soak a couple of slices of bread (but only as many your griddle can accommodate at once) in the custard while...
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