Do you remember when your mother would make you a special breakfast when you
were younger? Did you love that great homemade dish that had a unique taste? I’m going
to show you how to make French toast, but with a special style that will leave you
believing that it was your mother who made it instead of you.
First, you need to know exactly how many slices you want. For one person, two eggs
are required to make at least three to four slices of French toast. However, if you wish to
make six to eight, then you will need four eggs to make the batter.
After you have decided how on many slices of French toast you want, you will now
need to gather your ingredients and utensils the ingredients you’ll need are eggs, bread,
butter, grounded cinnamon, pure vanilla extract, and milk (depending on how you like
your eggs). For utensils, you’ll need a bowl, an eggbeater (or fork), a frying pan, a
spatula, a measuring cup, and a measuring spoon.
Now that you have what you need to make French toast, you are ready to begin. First,
you will be scrambling your eggs as though you making scrambled eggs. Be sure that the
eggs are well beaten. If you like milk in your eggs, you can add ¼ cup of milk into the
eggs to make them fluffier and beat well. Next, you’re going to add pure vanilla extract to
the mix. Using the measuring spoons, add two to three tablespoons of the extract into the
batter and beat well again. This next step is a little tricky. You are going to be adding the
cinnamon to your batter now. There are two ways to do this.
One, you can add small portions of cinnamon to the eggs as you beat in the mixture.
You may have to add more as you dunk your slices of bread into the mixture. Or, you can
first dunk the bread into the eggs and coat well on both sides. Then, sprinkle cinnamon on
one side of the bread and place it into the pan with melted butter with the...
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