Who has syrup with french toast? Its made from eggs and bread...
If you go to like a dinner they do it, I know my siblings do it. I personally don't think it tastes good with it. Now if we were talking about cream cheese and strawberries though..
can I have sum meow ? :3
best thing for french toast is to let the bread lay in the egg mix for about 10 minutes, it swells up to an insane size and is just epicly fluffy && thick when cooked. Can always add a sprinkle of cheese or a dollop of ketchup too
Well great....now you got me wantin' French toast... :}
Mmm, I love french toast right out of the pan. I always sprinkle some cinnamon in the egg before I dip it.
Mmmm. French Toast...
We eat 'em Rancher Style... with Syrup and Peanut Butter.
@Chester, I used all my mix to feed myself. Sorry!
Haven't tried it yet, I will say that I'm not going to let regular white bread sit in it for 10 minutes, it was kind of falling apart when I put it in for 5 seconds lol. There is a bread at the store that's made for french toast though!
It's simple and quick to make
Oh your right, I've heard of that. I have cinnamon on the shelf too. Dang it. Will do next time!
There is like so many cool things you can do... I love it. I'll have to jot all your suggestions down.
Never had american bread so idk, but like, dont you have bread like this?
I always get the 'toastie' thickness for French toast, Cause yea, the bread has a tendency to become far too fragile otherwise
also, a spatula is great for moving the bread from the the bowl of mix into the pan
That's considered standard white bread or enriched if you will. This is the bread I was referring too. It's called Texas toast.
Well, Dekita, that is standard sandwich bread. But at most stores you can get a wide variety of different types of bread. I like to get a loaf of French bread (imagine that) and cut thick slices for French toast.
That looks awesome !!
Just cause can, here is a link to some Scottish bread
Is that a pretty standard Scottish bread? Like, eaten by most on a daily basis? It looks interesting.
Unfortunately, the bread in US markets never look like true loaves of bread. It's much cheaper to buy regular sandwich bread that's flimsy on purpose. lol Although, Id stick to wheat bread for sandwiches.
@M. S. Logan ~ yea, its called 'Plain' Bread. Its a traditional Scottish bread and can be purchased in any convenience store.
Nice. It looks light and fluffy.
Another thing I love doing is making banana bread when I'm in the mood for it. Homemade items in general just taste better to be honest.
I'm pretty sure your bread would taste better then what we have.
Course it would, its Scottish bread, and Scottish everything is superior ^_^
American's go big on everything though. Big houses, Big Cars, Big Meals, Big People. You know.. lol
stale bread does wonders for FT. it absorbs more custard and gets all thick and nummy ~~
French Toast!! I always make them with either spices (hearthy), or with cinnamon and sugar (sweet). You mix your sugar+cinnamon or spices into the batter. I always mix eggs with some milk, that's all.
I'm certainly gonna try some of these suggestions out
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